Modern Mathematics -
International Summer Schools for Students
The International Summer Schools Modern Mathematics are a
unique opportunity for international top-level mathematicians of today
and tomorrow to interact in a fruitful and substantial way. During 10
days, approximately 100 highly-potential young mathematicians from
around the globe meet with international leading mathematicians.
Beyond formal presentations, emphasis is laid on opportunity for
informal interaction and communication, for instance during breaks,
common meals, sports and games, excursions, and other activities. In
addition to presentations, discussion and involvement are encouraged
by active tutorials led by young researchers.
- The Modern Mathematics Summer School is for talented students in their last
two years of high school or in their first two years at
- Open to international
students from all countries.
- The language of the school is English.
- Students and instructors live in the same accommodation with
ample opportunities for informal interaction.
- Projected to take place in July 2019.
- Precise dates and application details TBA.
- Hosted by Jacobs
University in the Northern German city
A detailed summary of the goals and experiences from the first
International Summer School for Students can be found in
piece by Étienne Ghys and Sergei Tabachnikov which appeared in the
March 2012 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical