ICIAM Conference Support for
Applied and Industrial Mathematics
in Developing Countries
The International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM)
has adopted the policy that in non-Congress years it will give support
to existing conferences (typically to three conferences per year),
with the support used to fund a number of ICIAM Fellowships
for participants from developing countries and regions.
The following principles will govern this support.
Applications may be submitted at any time by email (email@example.com) to the ICIAM Secretary.
There is no prescribed form for the application.
Applicants should give details of the conference, the organising body,
and the plans for the use of ICIAM funds.
Each year there will be three rolling deadlines on 31 March, 31 July and 30 November.
The decision on which conferences to support, if any, will be made by
the ICIAM Officers within one month of each of the deadlines.
The Officers' decision will be final.
The level of support for 2013 will be up to USD 3,500 per conference:
a proportion of these funds is normally paid upfront when the application has been
approved, and the remaining funds are paid after the conference has taken place
and the report has been received and approved by the ICIAM Officers.
The ICIAM funds are expected to be used to fund a number of ICIAM
Fellowships for selected delegates from underdeveloped countries and regions.
The selection of the ICIAM Fellows and the determination of their level
of support will be the responsibility of the conference organisers.
The existence of the ICIAM Fellowships should be advertised under that name
on the conference web site,
and the support of ICIAM acknowledged in an appropriate way
on that web site and in printed materials for the conference.
Within six months of the end of the Conference
a report should be submitted to the ICIAM Treasurer.
The report should briefly describe the scientific achievements of the conference,
list the ICIAM Fellows and where they travelled from,
and indicate the funds expended on each ICIAM Fellow.
Unexpended funds must be returned to the ICIAM Treasurer.
Other things being equal,
preference will be given to conferences held in developing countries.
site by Ross Moore, for ICIAM.
enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org