School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Sydney

Application for Long-Term Visit

For visits starting between August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019

Deadline: December 1, 2017.

Use this form to apply for funding to support visits of duration 2–9 months to The School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Sydney.
The School may provide funding of up to 4.5K AUD per month for lodging and local expenses plus one return economy airfare. This program aims to attract outstanding mathematical scientists interested in spending at least two months at our School. We expect the applicant to have an established research line and to be interested in interacting with different members of our School.

Before you start to complete this form, please prepare the following three documents as PDFs to attach:

* Required

Personal Details

First Names(s) *

Last Names(s) *

Email *

Homepage (if available)

Accompanying spouse/children (i.e. number of adults, number of children and their citizenship)

Do you and your family have right of residency in Australia?

Professional Details

Current Institution

Position at Current Institution

Date of PhD completion (or expected completion)

Primary Field of Research Interest

Research Keywords

Proposed date of start of visit (between 2018-08-01 and 2019-07-31)

Proposed date of end of visit

Proposed host at the School


Do you have other sources of funding for this visit?

If "Yes", list the funding agencies and the status of the funding (Under consideration, Denied, Awarded)

Total external funding you have obtained for the visit (if known)

First Referee




Second Referee




Additional Remarks

Is there anything else that is relevant that we should know?


Upload a brief Curriculum Vitae *


Upload a list of your publications *


Upload a 1–2 page statement on the planned activity during the visit including:
a research plan, details of collaborations at the School, and
any planned time away from the School.
If you want to give a mini-course, what is the proposed topic? *

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