Registration deadline: 25 November 2017 Please register by 25 November 2017. We will notify you of acceptance and funding decisions in early December 2017. If you need an earlier decision, please let us know and we will try to accomodate you. Participant Info First Name* Last Name* Professional Description* Undergraduate Student Graduate Student Postdoctoral Professor other: Name of university or organization* Email* Date of PhD (or expected date for students) Desired dates of attendance (select all that apply)* Week 1 (May 21-25) Week 2 (May 28-Jun 1) Other If other desired attendance dates, please specify. Additional information, comments, or requests for the organizers. Students and New PhDs If you are a student or received your PhD after 2012, please tell us about your advisor and your mathematical interests. Thesis Advisor Brief summary of your mathematical interests and why you want to attend this workshop. Lodging and Meals Thanks to the generous support of the National Science Foundation, we anticipate being able to provide housing for the entire period (20 May—2 Jun) and many meals (at least two per weekday) for almost all participants. Most participants will be assigned a double room with a roommate. If you would like to request a single, private room, or if you would like to bring guests, we can probably accomodate them, but there will be a charge. Also, if you can arrange and pay for your own lodging, either at Snowbird or in the surrounding area, that will free up resources to support other participants. We will schedule lodging based on your responses here. Are you requesting a regular (shared) room, or do you prefer other accomodations?* Regular shared room Arrange (& pay for) my own housing Bring (& pay for) guests Request (& pay for) a private room. other: Number of additional guests, if any 0 1 2 3 4 5 or more Roommate preference Male Female other: Your gender* Male Female Prefer not to answer other: Do you have a request for a specific roommate? Enter the name of your preferred roommate, if any. Other requests/special needs (including food allergies) Travel Funding Depending on the number of participants and availability of funds, we may also be able to pay for some travel expenses for some participants. Priority for financial assistance will be given to students and new PhDs, especially those from traditionally underrepresented groups (women, minorities, and persons with disabilities). Please indicate here if you would like to be considered for travel funding. If you have funding from other sources, we ask that you please use that funding so that we may support those who could not otherwise attend Do you have access to travel funding through a grant or other award? This includes NSF grants, fellowships, and support from your university.* Yes No Would you like to request funding for travel?* Yes No If funding is provided for you, then your travel should be scheduled through the BYU Math Travel Secretary. Additional details will be provided when you are contacted about the funding decision. According to NSF criteria, do you qualify as an underrepresented minority or as a person with a disability? Yes No Prefer not to answer Required if you are seeking funding Telephone Number Required if you are seeking funding Forget your private link? Click here to have it emailed to you.