Deadline for submission of applications
is February 15, 2004.
(Late applications may be accepted at the discretion of the organizers.)
Response may be expected in early April.
Be sure to read the guidelines
and requirements for
your chosen program before accessing and completing the online
application. Incomplete application packages cannot be forwarded to
the selection committee.
Guidelines for each program are contained in pertinent
sections below. Applicants should choose the one program which is most appropriate for
them. Included in each section is a list of the items necessary for a complete application
Financial support is available in all
programs. Applicants are invited to request financial support by checking the appropriate boxes on the application form.
For hard-copy applications, please contact the IAS/Park
City Mathematics Institute office:
telephone 1-800-726-4427 or 1-801-585-7661 (worldwide)
fax 1-801-581-5508 (worldwide)
PROCEDURES FOR APPLICATION SUBMISSION:
Online Application form:
The application is submitted from this web site.
Supplemental information may be submitted via e-mail, fax, or regular postal or express
service. A follow-up phone call or email to confirm receipt is recommended.
Letters of Recommendation:
Letters of Recommendation may be submitted via
email directly from the person writing the recommendation, or by regular postal or express service, or by fax. A follow-up phone call or email to confirm
receipt is recommended.
Curriculum vitae should be submitted via regular postal or
express service. Your vita may be faxed or emailed if it is no more than 2 pages in
Pre-print (where applicable):
If a preprint is submitted in support of your application,
please send only the abstract and the reference pages. Preprints should be submitted as
hard copies via regular postal or express service, or they may be faxed if no more than 3
pages. Electronic submission is also possible (.pdf file attachment), providing there are no more than 3 pages to
be printed out. Otherwise, please send a hard copy.
Formats supported for
Please note that TeX files
cannot be printed by the PCMI office. TeX files should be converted
to .pdf files before transmission.
APPLICATION GUIDELINES BY PROGRAM
PhDs with at least two years of teaching experience
are welcome to apply. This program is not for graduate students.
UFP application requirements:
Participation in Summer Session 2004 is by
High School Teachers
and Math Supervisors
All teachers interested in participating in the Summer
Session, including those who have participated in the past must apply for admission.
High Sschool Teacher application requirements:
Groups of at least 5 teachers from cities or regions other
than those listed may apply if they have been able to find an interested
university/college faculty member to act as PDO group leader (contact Catherine Giesbrecht at
email@example.com, or call
1-800-726-4427 before applying).
Math Supervisors requirements:
A limited number of mathematics specialists will be selected to participate
in a one week math specialist program during the 2004 summer
institute. Mathematics specialists should fill out the form for high
and Postdoctoral Scholars
Some mobility between programs is expected and encouraged, but
interested candidates should read the guidelines carefully and apply to the one program
best suited to their field of study and experience. Postdoctoral scholars who are working
in the field of Geometric Combinatorics should apply
to the Research Program, not to the Graduate Summer School..
Graduate students who are beyond their basic courses and
recent PhDs in all fields of mathematics are encouraged to apply to the Graduate Summer
School. Funding will go primarily to graduate students. Postdoctoral scholars not working
in the field of Geometric Combinatorics should also
apply, but should be within four years of receipt of their PhD.
Graduate Summer School application requirements:
Research mathematicians and postdoctoral scholars working
in the field of Geometric Combinatorics are
encouraged to apply. The applicant should already have obtained a PhD or be expecting to
receive one by the summer of 2004. This program is not for graduate students or for PhDs
with limited expertise in the research topic. (see guidelines for Graduate Summer School).
Research Program application requirements:
Undergraduate mathematics majors interested in an intensive
research experience in mathematics are encouraged to apply to the Undergraduate Program.
Undergraduates at all levels will be considered. A modest stipend will be awarded to
participants who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents.
Undergraduate Student Program application requirements:
materials should be sent to PCMI's Utah office:
IAS/Park City Mathematics
c/o Dept of Math
University of Utah
155 S. 1400 E., JWB 233
Salt Lake City UT 84112
or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline is February
Late applications may be accepted at the discretion of the
Financial support is available.
PCMI is sponsored by:
for Advanced Study
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
phone: 1-800-726-4427 or 1-801-585-7661
November 17, 2003.