PROPOSALS AND APPLICATIONS
|May 21, 2013|
General scientific activity generally consists of a period of one day to one month of concentrated activity in a specific area of current research interest in the mathematical sciences. General scientific activity should include opportunities for the involvement of graduate students. A large number of general scientific activities are scheduled for each academic year. Topics supported through general scientific activity are often newly emerging areas in the mathematical sciences in Canada and add breadth to the range of research supported by the Fields Institute. These activities can be in the form of workshops, seminars, conferences and/or summer schools.
Preparation for proposal submission
Proposals for general scientific activities should be submitted in the following format:
*Support for preparing proposals
Sample budgets and consultations are available to assist in preparing proposals for General Scientific events. See the Budgeting Guidelines for more information. If you have any other questions, please send your email to the Deputy Director.