|Title||UCLA - Institute For Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)|
|Editor||Institute For Pure and Applied Mathematics, NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif., United States|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
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|Keywords||University of California; Los Angeles; UCLA; IPAM; pure mathematics; applied mathematics; NSF;|
|Description||"IPAM is one of seven NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes in the U.S. It opened its doors in 2000 with its initial five-year grant, which was renewed in 2005. IPAM seeks to bring the full range of mathematical techniques to bear on the great scientific challenges of our time, to stimulate exciting new mathematics via new problems motivated by other sciences, and to train the people who will do this.
Every year IPAM offers two three-month scientific programs, or long programs. These programs bring together senior and junior mathematicians and scientists and engineers from the scientific disciplines related to the program. In addition, IPAM supports graduate students, post-doctoral scholars and young academics to encourage their participation in long programs. "
|Source Type||University Departments|