Institute for Mathematical Innovation

Workshop support

 

IMI provides financial support for workshops organised by academic researchers at the University.

A workshop is typically a 1-5 day meeting that brings together academic researchers providing an opportunity for networking, exchanging ideas, problem solving or identification of areas for collaboration. Participants in workshops may also include industrial researchers and practitioners.

To be eligible for support, your workshop has to involve an element of mathematics or data science. Support is given both to purely academic workshops as well as those that enhance external engagement or cross-campus collaboration. 

 

How we can support you

If you are hosting a workshop, we can help you financially, with a grant of up to £1000 per workshop.

 

What we require from you

If Bath IMI supports your workshop, you must:

  1. Acknowledge our support in all promotional activities and include the IMI logo on workshop documents
  2. Send us the workshop programme at least of two months before the event
  3. Send us a one-page report about the workshop and its outcomes within one month of the event taking place. Please ensure you include the attendance list when submitting your report.
     

How to apply

Just fill out the short application form and email it to imi@bath.ac.uk. All applications must be received at least two months before the start date of your workshop. 

Your application will be reviewed by the IMI Research Panel which convenes a number of times throughout the year. Please send your application to us by one of the following deadlines: 

  • Wednesday 21 November 2018
  • Monday 11 February 2019 
  • Wednesday 27 March 2019
  • Tuesday 11 June 2019

 

If you would like to discuss your application or any part of the application process before applying, please email us at imi@bath.ac.uk or call us on 01225 383404.

 

What happens next?

Your application will be reviewed by IMI's Research Panel based on the extent to which they further IMI’s objectives of supporting the mathematical sciences, enhancing cross-campus research collaboration and growing external engagement.

We will let you know the outcome of your application following the relevant Research Panel meeting.