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【Call for Application】 2024 - 2025 NCTS International Exchange Program

Call for Application

2024 - 2025 NCTS International Exchange Program

The National Center for Theoretical Sciences (hereafter referred to as NCTS) provides the most important platform for collaboration and interaction between Taiwanese and international mathematicians. One of the missions of the NCTS, since its foundation, aims to facilitate scholarly exchange in mathematical sciences and cultivation of mathematical talents. With this in mind the NCTS has signed agreements with several partner institutions that give selected mathematicians affiliated with Taiwanese institutions the possibility to visit these institutions for a duration of 1-3 months for the purpose of international academic exchange. We are pleased to accept applications to these exchange programs.

Exchange program partners include:

PIMS(Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences), Canada
RIMS (Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences), Japan
KIAS (Korea Institute for Advanced Study), Korea
Fields (The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences), Canada
BMS (Berlin Mathematical School), Germany

For the full list of partners please refer to https://ncts.ntu.edu.tw/support.php 

Although all applications are welcome, priority will be given to junior mathematicians, e.g., assistant professors, postdoctoral fellows, and students.

Required documents

Please send the following documents to apply_acad@ncts.tw. (In the subject line please indicate “International Exchange Program.”)

•Curriculum Vitae
•Invitation Letter from Host Institute (if available)
•Research Proposal (no more than 2 pages), information including:
  1. Potential Host or Collaborator
  2. Institute of Visit
  3. Proposed Period of Stay

When to apply?

•Applications should be sent preferably 4 months prior to the starting date of exchange

Contact: Ms. Lucy Chang, Email: apply_acad@ncts.tw, Tel: 02-3366-8811



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