|The National Science Foundation has awarded a travel grant to support
mathematical scientists at US universities to travel to the second
PRIMA Pacific Rim Mathematical Association Congress, being held at
at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in Shanghai, China, during June 24-28,
2013. The grant is being administered by the University of Washington,
with application support from the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical
If you wish to apply for travel support, you need to submit some basic information here, including the Standard Coversheet, a current CV, a publication list, and additional information about your interest and role at the PRIMA Congress, together with other possible sources of travel funding. You may wish to also submit supporting letters, but these are optional. Please submit your information online through MathPrograms; paper applications will not be accepted. Even after you submit your initial application, you will be able to add or change the information you've supplied through this site.
Please be aware that since NSF funds are involved, air travel must be on US carriers (or code-listed with US carriers). The official NSF policy states: "Any air transportation to, from, between, or within a country other than the U.S. of persons or property, the expense of which will be assisted by NSF funding, must be performed by or under a code-sharing arrangement with a U.S.-flag air carrier if service provided by such a carrier is available. Tickets (or documentation for electronic tickets) must identify the U.S. flag air carrier's designator code and flight number."
The Selection Committee is now considering all applications completed before April 8, 2013. Any applications submitted after this date, and before April 30, 2013, might also be considered, subject to availability of funds.