EPSRC Reference: 
EP/V521929/1 
Title: 
Additional Funding for Mathematical Sciences: Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Principal Investigator: 
Tillmann, Professor U 
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Department: 
Isaac Newton Institute (Math Science) 
Organisation: 
University of Cambridge 
Scheme: 
Strategic Projects CSV 
Starts: 
01 October 2020 
Ends: 
31 March 2026 
Value (£): 
10,000,000

EPSRC Research Topic Classifications: 
Algebra & Geometry 
Continuum Mechanics 
Logic & Combinatorics 
Mathematical Analysis 
Mathematical Aspects of OR 
Mathematical Physics 
Nonlinear Systems Mathematics 
Numerical Analysis 
Statistics & Appl. Probability 


EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications: 
No relevance to Underpinning Sectors 


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Summary on Grant Application Form 
The additional funding programme for Mathematical Sciences announced in January 2020 included a proposed £7 million per annum of additional funding for three Mathematical Sciences Institutes: The Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, and The Isaac Newton Institute. Of this, funding awarded to the Isaac Newton Institute will be used to support an increase number of longterm research programmes, enhance the activity of the Newton Gateway to Mathematics, create (in conjunction with the ICMS) a national hub and spoke model for coordinated Knowledge Exchange activity, increase the number of standalone workshops and meetings, design and agglomerate software tools to enhance and enable remote interaction, and to strengthen the INI's commitment to research training and Continuing Professional Development.

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