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The Simons Foundation will again provide funding to the ICTP-SAIFR to supplement funding to two Simons-FAPESP (Sao Paulo State Research Funding Agency) tenure-track professors for three additional years.
MATRIX is a residential research institute for the mathematical sciences. The Simons Foundation funding will support a variety of MATRIX-Simons programs, including extended visits of international scholars, the participation of early-career researchers in MATRIX programs, engagement with other institutions and external partners, and assisting the travel of researchers and their families to MATRIX.
The foundation’s award will support the Simons Postdoctoral Leadership Initiative, which, over a three-year period, will host four Simons Postdoctoral Leaders to conduct research in either theoretical computer science or the foundations of data science and artificial intelligence.
Funding will support Lebedev Physical Institute’s Summer School of Modern Astrophysics (SOMA) via student and lecturer fellowships. SOMA is designed for the scientific growth of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in astronomy and astrophysics.
International Centre for Theoretical Sciences of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Simons Foundation funding will establish Simons Early Career Fellowships, enabling some of the best young researchers to become tenure-track faculty at ICTS. Additionally, the award will continue current support for Simons Visiting Scholars and Simons Visiting Chair Professors. Funds will also be used toward special program initiatives.
Banach Center of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
The foundation will continue to provide funding to the Banach Center to support Simons Semesters, in which distinguished senior researchers and outstanding young researchers are appointed as Simons Semester Fellows to come to IMPAN to lead long-term programs in forefront research areas.
The Simons Foundation will provide funding to the Park City Mathematics Institute to support the six programs that are part of their annual three-week residential summer program.
The University of Miami Department of Mathematics will create and manage the Institute of Mathematical Sciences of the Americas (IMSA), with the goal of building a cohesive mathematical community for the Americas. Intensive, two-year-long research working groups, semester emphasis programs and hot-topic workshops will be key components of IMSA’s work.
The Simons Foundation will continue to provide funding to the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences to expand upon the Simons Fellowship Program to support more fellows, provide per diem and travel support, and allow fellows to be appointed to short programs, with the condition that they must stay for the full duration (four to six weeks).
The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) advances the frontiers of mathematical knowledge by fostering collaborations among diverse groups of researchers. AIM’s primary scientific programs are weeklong, focused workshops and small research groups called Structured Quartet Research Ensembles (SQuaREs). Simons Foundation funding will go toward increasing the number of SQuaREs held each year.
Perimeter Institute is an independent, resident-based research institution devoted to theoretical physics. The Simons Emmy Noether Fellows Program is designed to provide a strategic boost to outstanding early- and mid-career female physicists. While resident at Perimeter Institute for periods of up to one year, Fellows will be able to pursue their research intensively, free of teaching and administrative duties, and to develop new international peer networks.
The Institute for Nuclear Theory offers scientific programs in various areas of nuclear theory, bringing together large numbers of distinguished scientists from around the world. The Multifarious Minds Initiative aims to gather people from a variety of different cultures and backgrounds, with an emphasis on the developing world, providing an environment where young scientists can critically assess promising new ideas.
The Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) develops and hosts research programs and activities that support and broaden the relationship between mathematics and computation. The Simons Foundation will support the Simons Research Professorships at ICERM program, which will provide substantial stipend support for key scientists to be in residence for three months at ICERM. The foundation will also support the programming of hot topic workshops, enabling the...
Saint Petersburg Department of V.A. Steklov Mathematical Institute is an independent institute within the Russian Academy of Sciences. The Simons Foundation will support thematic programs, conferences and workshops each year, as well as international meetings that include scientific schools for graduate students and new postdoctoral fellows.
The Mandelstam Institute for Theoretical Physics (MITP) aims to encourage discussion and multidisciplinary collaboration between traditionally separated areas of theoretical physics and to provide an environment conducive of quality research. The Simons Foundation funds will go toward improving research competitiveness and international integration of the research activities in South Africa, through supporting month-long visits by leading researchers, joint postdoctoral fellowships and worksh...
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) sponsors programs that bring together researchers from different disciplines or from different areas of mathematics with the goal of sparking long-term interdisciplinary collaboration. The Simons Foundation will provide support to enable senior participants to participate in long programs as well as the enhancement of IPAM’s video facility to make lectures more widely accessible.
The Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA) is an independent center of excellence hosted by the Niels Bohr Institute. Its mission is to attract the best and brightest to Denmark, to an environment that enables breakthrough research in the physical sciences and mathematics. The Simons Foundation will support a three-year program of Simons Visiting Professorships in theoretical physics at the NBIA, for a total of six four-month professorships.
Institut Mittag-Leffler (IML) is an international center for research and postdoctoral training in mathematical sciences. The Simons Foundation will support two larger conferences during the major research programs at the IML and enable prominent scientists normally not able to come for longer periods to participate in the IML activities to the benefit of existing research programs.
International Centre for Theoretical Sciences of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
The International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS) is a multi- and interdisciplinary effort with a mandate to take new initiatives on the frontiers of science, and catalyze and promote collaboration in research. Support from the Simons Foundation will establish Simons postdoctoral fellowships, a visiting scholars program and a distinguished chair.
The Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics (GGI) hosts small-scale advanced workshops in theoretical particle physics and related fields. The Simons Foundation supports a fellowship program that enables eminent scientists to make extended visits to the institute.
The Banach Center, as part of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN), fosters mathematical research at the highest level by supporting conferences, workshops, short courses and hosting visits of research groups. With Simons Foundation support, the Banach Center will establish Simons Semesters, in which distinguished senior researchers and outstanding young researchers are appointed as Simons Semester Fellows to come to IMPAN to lead long-term (2–4 months) progr...
The Simons Foundation supported the establishment of the Simons Visiting Program at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, aimed at enhancing the existing Thematic Research Programs by offering financial support to senior researchers for visits from 2 to 6 months long.
The Simons Foundation approved funding to the International Center for Theoretical Physics South American Institute for Fundamental Research to supplement the Sao Paulo State Research Funding Agency Fellowship in order to create a competitive tenure-track position.
The Simons Foundation provided funding to the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences to create a Simons Fellowship Program with the aim of encouraging key participants, including program organizers, to stay longer than they otherwise would by offering an enhanced support package.
The Simons Foundation has provided funding to the Aspen Center for Physics to support the participation in the Aspen Summer Program of outstanding scientists based in developing countries.
The Simons Foundation has established a Simons Junior Professor in Mathematics or Mathematical Physics at the Erwin Schrodinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics.
The Simons Foundation has provided funding to The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics to support the ICTP Associates Program. This program enables a selected group of research-active scientists from developing countries to maintain a connection with ICTP by visiting for extended periods over the course of several years, and by sending students or post-doctoral fellows to ICTP.
The Simons Foundation has provided a grant to the IUM to support the funding of Simons IUM-Fellowships and Simons Stipends for Students and Graduate Students. Simons IUM-fellowships support outstanding researchers working at the IUM who are chosen by a selection committee consisting of the faculty members of the IUM. Stipends for Students and Graduate Students are awarded to the best students at the IUM doing successful research.
The Simons Foundation has provided funding to the IMPA to establish two new tenure track faculty positions, the Chern Chair in Geometry and the Simons Chair in Geometry. Two tenure track researchers, José Espinar and Mikhail Belolipetsky, were chosen after a thorough selection process with candidates from all over the world.
The Simons Foundation is providing funding for the Simons Visiting Scientist Programat the KITP at the University of California at Santa Barbara. This program provides support to scientists leaving their home institutions for extended periods of time to visit the KITP and participate in its programs.
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Jul 04, 2022 · The discovery revolutionised physics, partly because the boson confirmed current mainstream theory, the so-called Standard Model, which explains the fundamental particles that make up matter and the forces that govern them. Several recent findings have, however, raised questions about the Standard Model.