Driving Mathematics Research
The Mathematical Sciences Institutes are comprised of seven U.S.based institutes that receive funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), an independent U.S. government agency that supports research and education in all nonmedical fields of science and engineering.
The math institutes aim to advance research in the mathematical sciences, increase the impact of the mathematical sciences in other disciplines, and expand the talent base engaged in mathematical research in the United States.
Research Highlights

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MSRI August 2020 
A Deeplearning Solution for the SchrÃ¶dinger Equation
IPAM February 2021 
Summer School on Data, Dynamics, and COVID19
AIM March 2021 
Squeezing data with the power of algorithms
IAS May 2021 
Better Understanding of Betti Numbers
SAMSI February 2021 
Eccentric binary black hole surrogate models for the gravitational waveform and remnant properties: comparable mass, nonspinning case
ICERM April 2021
 Sep 13, 2021 to Sep 17, 2021
 Sep 1, 2021 to Apr 30, 2022
 Jun 28, 2021 to Jul 2, 2021
 Jun 28, 2021 to Jul 23, 2021
 Jul 26, 2021 to Jul 30, 2021
 Jul 5, 2021 to Jul 16, 2021
 May 17, 2021 to May 21, 2021
 May 22, 2021 to May 28, 2021
 Jun 14, 2021 to Jun 18, 2021
 May 17, 2021 to May 21, 2021
 May 17, 2021 to May 21, 2021
 Jun 9, 2021 to Jun 18, 2021
 Dec 9, 2019 to Dec 11, 2019
Open Letter: The Impact of COVID 19 on Early Career Researchers
The Directors of mathematical sciences research institutes are concerned about the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on early career researchers, particularly women and researchers from historically underrepresented groups. They urge institutions to take steps to support their continuing scholarship. The full text of the letter can be viewed here.