The 2023 edition of the 10th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2023) is scheduled to be held in Tokyo, Japan, during 20-25 August 2023. NBHM has for two decades now sponsored a contingent of Indian mathematicians to attend International Congresses. Continuing this tradition, NBHM hereby invites applications for selection to its contingent for ICIAM 2023. The selection will be based on merit with due regard paid to balance (of various kinds).
Flier: We solicit your help in spreading the word of this initiative of NBHM. Please have copies of this flier (pdf file of announcement) posted on notice boards; share it by email with your contacts who might be interested; and, more generally, give it wide publicity by all means.
The NBHM contingent
The sponsorship is open only to regular full-time members of bonafide research institutions,
universities, and colleges in India.
It will be routed
through the institution of the selected member.
For those with grants from other sources (e.g. Financial support from ICIAM ), it will be reduced by the sum total of the other grant(s).
Applicants must undertake to attend all days of the conference.
Note: Doctoral students, post doctoral fellows, and faculty on contract are considered "regular" members for the purposes of this sponsorship, in addition of course to regular faculty members.
Sponsorship benefits: The sponsorship shall pay for travel, accommodation, living expenses (all at rates in line with norms of the Government of India), and (advance) registration fee.
Application: In order to apply, you need to have a google account. Please follow this link: Application Form. The deadline to submit the form is Friday 31st March 2023.
What all do I need to complete my application?
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