2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries

2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries , and applications are submitted till 1 March 2016. Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the International Mathematical Union (IMU) annually award Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries. The Prize is awarded to a researcher who is less than 45 years of age on 31 December of the year of the award and who has conducted outstanding research in a developing country. The Prize is usually awarded to one person but may be shared equally among recipients who have contributed to the same body of work. The Prize carries a $15,000 cash award. Full details:

School(Institutions/ Country): | Developing Countries (The winner will be invited to ICTP to receive the Prize and deliver a lecture.)

Level: Research Prize

Field(s): Researchers working in any branch of the mathematical sciences

Deadline: 1 March 2016.

Funded By: Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), the International Mathematical Union (IMU), and the DST.

Beneficiaries(Target Groups): 2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians is targeted for Citizens of developing countries (Afghanistan, Gambia, Mozambique, Bangladesh, The Guinea, Myanmar, Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Haiti, Niger, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Cambodia, Korea, Dem Rep., Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, Liberia, Tajikistan, Comoros, Madagascar, Tanzania, Malawi, Togo, Congo, Dem. Rep, Eritrea, Mali, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mauritania, Zimbabwe, Albania, Indonesia, Samoa, Armenia, India, Sao Tome and Principe, Belize, Iraq, Senegal, Bhutan, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Bolivia, Kosovo, South Sudan, Cameroon, Laos, 

Sri Lanka, Cape Verde, Lesotho, Sudan, Congo, Rep., Marshall Islands, Swaziland, Ivory Coast, Micronesia, Federated States of Micronesia, Syrian Arab Republic, Djibouti, Moldova, Timor-Leste, Egypt, Arab Rep., Mongolia, Tonga, El Salvador, Morocco, Ukraine, Fiji, Nicaragua, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Nigeria, Vanuatu, Ghana, Pakistan, Vietnam, Guatemala, Papua New Guinea, West Bank and Gaza, Guyana, Paraguay, Yemen, Rep., Honduras, Philippines, Zambia, Angola, Ecuador, Palau, Algeria, Gabon, Panama, American Samoa, Grenada, Peru, Antigua and Barbuda, Iran, Islamic Rep., Romania, Argentina, Jamaica, Russian Federation, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Serbia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Seychelles, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, South Africa, Botswana, Lebanon, St. Lucia, Brazil, Libya, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Suriname, Chile, Macedonia, Thailand, China, Malaysia, Tunisia, Colombia, Maldives, Turkey, Costa Rica, Mauritius, Turkmenistan, Cuba, Mexico, Tuvalu, Dominica, Montenegro and Uruguay) .

Benefits(Value/ Inclusions):

Award No: The Prize is usually awarded to one person, but may be shared equally among recipients who have contributed to the same body of work.

Scholarship Duration: The Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India has now agreed to fund the Prize for a 5 year period, starting with the 2014 Prize.

Scholarship covers: The Prize carries a $15,000 cash award.

Description

2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries has been awarded annually since the first winner was announced in 2005.

The Prize is now funded by the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India (DST), and will be administered jointly by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), the International Mathematical Union (IMU), and the DST.

Eligibility



‣ The 2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians winner must be less than 45 years of age on 31 December of the year of the award, and have conducted outstanding research in a developing country. Researchers working in any branch of the mathematical sciences are eligible.

Prize for young mathematicians from developing countries

Selection Criteria for 2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians

The Selection Committee will take into account not only the scientific quality of the research, but also the background of the candidate and the environment in which the work was carried out.


Scholarship Application Method

Please send nominations to math-at-ictp.it describing the work of the nominee in adequate detail.

Nominations should include a CV and a list of publications, as well as a letter of recommendation. Additional supporting letters are encouraged. 

Self-nominations are strongly discouraged.

Scholarship Applications are due on The deadline for receipt of

nominations for the 2016 Prize is 1 March 2016.

The deadline for receipt of nominations for the 2016 Prize is 1 March 2016.

Nominations should be made through the online system:

https://e-ramanujan.ictp.it/nominator


Self-nominations are strongly discouraged.

Application forms and guidelines can be download from the official website

It is important to read the application procedure, and visit the official websites (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

For more Information about 2016 The Ramanujan Prize for young mathematicians


http://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/prizes-awards/the-ramanujan-prize/call-for-nominations.aspx


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