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Graduate-level Research in Industrial Projects for Students (G-RIPS) – Sendai


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Academic Level:
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Graduate Students (Masters)
Graduate Students (PhD)

Description:
Graduate-Level Research in Industrial Projects for Students (G-RIPS) in Japan will offer graduate students in mathematics and related disciplines the opportunity to work on industry-sponsored research problems in Sendai, Japan. Students from the U.S. and Japan will work on cross-cultural teams on research problems designed by industrial sponsors. The projects will be of serious interest to the sponsor and will offer a stimulating challenge to students; most will involve both analytic and computational work. At the end of the program, the teams will present the results of their work and prepare a final report. IPAM will encourage the U.S. students to publish and/or present their research at conferences in the year following the program. English is the only language required for participation.

Round-trip travel and accommodations are included. Students will also receive a meal allowance and a stipend. (These terms apply to U.S. participants recruited by IPAM.)
study abroad program

Application Deadline: 3/5/2021
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Program Dates: 6/14/2021 - 8/6/2021

Participating Institution(s):
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University of California, Los Angeles (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Applied Mathematics
Mathematics
STEM Fields

Keywords:
Mathematical Modelling
Mathematical Physics
Mathematical Techniques

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This program is funded by:
National Science Foundation (NSF)


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