Rethinking Number Theory

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RNT-3 will be a remote collaborative research experience supported, in part, by the American Institute for Mathematics for the weeks of June 20 - July 1. The goal is for participants to learn new math, get to know colleagues, and have a joyful, affirming research experience. Workshop meetings will be planned around our busy schedules so that we can work on exciting research while also keeping up with our teaching and family responsibilities. Team leaders have planned projects for participants to work on during the workshop. You can read more about the projects here.

To ensure that all participants can share in this joyful research experience, we ask that all who apply to participate be committed to equity and justice. We will also make time to imagine a different way to do math: How could research seminars, postdoc positions, and graduate school be transformed to be comfortable to everyone? We will have a code of conduct for the workshop, which you can read here.

To participate in our workshop, please apply by the end of the day on May 15, 2022 The application is here.

RNT aims to foster diversity; we particularly encourage applications from historically underrepresented people in mathematics (including Black and Indigenous people, people of color, women, LGBTQ+ members of the community, and people with disabilities), scholars at undergraduate institutions, and in general scholars at all stages of their career who believe they would benefit from this experience. Please share this announcement with any groups, students, post docs, or scholars who might be interested in participating in this workshop. If you have questions, please email the organizers at: [email protected]


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