AIM sponsors a variety of research activities:
Workshops are held at the main AIM facility in Palo Alto, California.
Workshops usually involve up to 28 researchers collaborating on a focused
problem in the mathematical sciences.
All workshops are open for anyone to apply for funding.
Go to upcoming workshops or past workshops, or
propose a workshop
- SQuaREs are groups of 4 to 6 researchers, who have not previously
collaborated, who meet at AIM for a week of intense work. Typically the
group meets at AIM up to three times over a 2 or 3 year period,
and the first week includes the development of a long-term plan.
Questions about the SQuaREs program can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- AIM co-sponsors a small number of Conferences.
These conferences take place all over the world and
typically are funded by a grant from
the National Science Foundation
or another funding agency.
At present no future conferences are scheduled.
of past conferences is available
- Projects involve a small group of people working on a
specific problem for several months, usually at the home institution
of one of the participants. AIM funds projects occasionally,
and only when there is a strong indication for making progress
on a significant problem. Suggestions for projects can be sent to
AIM director Brian Conrey.