Auburn University: Mathematics
After two weeks of intensive introduction to a selection of open problems and problem areas, participants will break into groups working on problems in different areas. Participants will be asked to make short presentations, in daily seminars and problem sessions, of background literature and of progress made, or of obstacles encountered. At the end of the program each group will be asked to prepare a written summary and an oral presentation of the summer’s endeavors. Participants will receive a stipend of $3,600 and will live on campus with housing paid. Travel and food are left to the participants’ devices.