Category Archives: research collaborations

I’m your new co-editor

Welcome! I am Alexander Diaz-Lopez, your new co-editor for this blog. I’m a faculty at Villanova University (go Nova!), got my PhD in 2016 from the University of Notre Dame, and work in the areas of Coxeter group theory and … Continue reading

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Paris Math

This autumn, I seem to have fallen forward instead of back—even though I moved back to a place I have lived before, things are changing and I am working on exciting projects. However, it also feels that I have fallen … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Inclusion and Simons Collaboration Grants

The Simons Foundation recently released new eligibility requirements for their Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians. These grants fund five years of collaboration-related expenses for a total of \$8,400 per year.  In previous years, the foundation accepted applications from PhDs in tenure-stream jobs … Continue reading

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