This provides researchers the opportunity to pursue research projects in mathematics at the school. The positions are for all career stages and offer training in many diverse aspects of mathematics including pure mathematics, theoretical computer science, mathematical physics and applied mathematics.

Two types of fellowships are available:

  • up to eight von Neumann fellowships for applicants at least five but no more than 15 years past their PhD, supports one-year memberships;
  • the Veblen research instructorship, is a three-year instructorship, offered in partnership with the University of Princeton, for applicants who have received a PhD in pure or applied mathematics within the last three years.

Applications from women and minorities are strongly encouraged.

Read more on the IAS website