Supporting research is one of the essential activities of B SO MA S S. The Institute has established a research grant program to support research activities in various areas, including both pure and applied Mathematics. Currently, there are more than 10 programs supported (or cosupported) by B SO MA S S, ranges from $5,000 to $50,000 per project.
Application information
Independent researchers and organizations may apply for grants in subjects that are of interest of the values of B SO MA S S. The B SO MA S S Research Grants Program has a twostep process. Only applicants whose preliminary grant applications have been officially accepted may proceed to the second step, the Formal Grant Proposal. Grantees are responsible for preparation of their own proposals, for conducting their research activities, and for preparing their results for publication. The B SO MA S S provides funding for research, but does not assume responsibility for findings and interpretations resulting from the research.
The core research directions of B SO MA S S are (but not limited to),
Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Analysis, Applications of Mathematics in Sciences, Applied mathematics, Applied statistics, Automated mathematical reasoning and interactive theorem proving, Combinatorics, Computational algebra and geometry, Computational methods for differential and difference equations, Computational number theory, cryptography, and combinatorics, Computeraided problem solving and instruction, Control Theory , Differential equations, Differential Geometry, Discrete mathematics, Dynamical Systems, Exact numerical methods and zero bounds, Financial mathematics, Formalization of mathematics, Foundation of Mathematics Foundations of real computation and complexity issues, Functional Analysis, Geometry Lie Algebra, Lie Groups, Logic, Mathematical Aspect of Computer Science, Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Science, Mathematical physics, Mathematical software design and implementation, Mathematics Education, Number Theory , Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing, Operations Research Probability, Operator Algebra, Optimization, Ordinary Differential Equations, Parallel/distributed/network computing, Partial Differential Equations, Probability and mathematical statistics, Probability theory, Pure and Applied mathematics, Statistics, Stochastic differential equations, Stochastic Process, Symbolic, algebraic, and geometric computation, Symbolic/numeric hybrid methods, Theoretical biology, Theoretical mechanics, Topology.
B SO MA S S does not offer scholarships or funds for schooling, nor fund projects designed specifically for bookwriting, though research findings may be published in a variety of formats at the conclusion of the grant project. However, the B SO MA S S grant program may fund seminars, workshops, or other similar activities as the basis for research.
Interested researchers shall email the preliminary research proposal (including significance, literature review, research methodology, initial assumptions, expected output, schedule and important reference, up to 15 pages) to editor126@gmail.com
