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Mathematical Sciences: Innovations at the Interface with the Sciences and Engineering

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005
Administered by:

National Science Foundation, Office of Budget, Finance and Award Management, Headquarters
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  • Original Grant - Jan 30, 2004
Applications Due:

Apr 7, 2004

total funding: Not Available
max award: none
min award: none
cost sharing, matching: Yes
number of awards: Not Available
type of funding: Grant

This solicitation describes many of the opportunities available for support through the Foundation's Mathematical Sciences Priority Area (MSPA). Investments in the Mathematical Sciences will deepen support for fundamental research in mathematics and statistics, and the integration of mathematical and statistical research across the full range of science and engineering disciplines. Initial investments in interdisciplinary research will focus primarily on mathematical and statistical challenges posed by large data sets, managing and modeling uncertainty, and modeling complex nonlinear systems. Innovative educational activities that foster closer connections between research and education in the mathematical sciences will also be supported. In FY2004, a set of focused competitions will be supported; these are described or referenced in this

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Funding Sources:

Biological Sciences
Computer and Information Science and Engineering
Education and Human Resources
Engineering Grants
Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Polar Programs
Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences

More Information:

NSF Publication 04-538

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