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Summer Undergraduate Applied Mathematics Institute

May 28 - July 20, 2024

The Summer Undergraduate Applied Mathematics Institute (SUAMI) is an eight-week summer research program for undergraduate students. The program will be held on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University from May 28 through July 20, 2024.

The goals of SUAMI are twofold: (1) to expose students to the nature, culture, and rigors of research in pure and applied mathematics by working on a research project in collaboration with other program participants with faculty and postdoctoral mentors; (2) to give the students a taste of the graduate school experience to help them make an informed decision on whether they should attend graduate school, as well as inform them about other possible career paths in mathematics. SUAMI is part of the Summer Scholars Program run by the Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon, and SUAMI students will have opportunities to participate in the academic, cultural, and social programs of the larger MCS summer community.

In 2024, SUAMI will feature four pure and applied projects. More information about the projects and mentors will be posted soon.

Participating students will receive a stipend, on-campus housing, a meal allowance, and reimbursement for domestic round-trip travel to and from Pittsburgh.

The application deadline will be no earlier than February 1, and details on the application process will be posted later this fall.

We are particularly interested in including women and individuals from other groups underrepresented in higher mathematics.

▼ SUAMI 2024 Projects

More info forthcoming…

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