This is a series of training modules addressed to the young researchers in the community, trying to help you develop complementary and transferable skills. This will include Communication/Presentation to diverse audiences, Fundraising and Proposal writing, and Knowledge Transfer Basics. These sessions are taught by BGSMath faculty or by external lecturers and often include hands-on activities.
Additionally our mentoring sessions consist of meetings in order to be able to meet mathematicians who have delevoped a successful carreer and learn from their experience.
Where’s the money? How do I get it? These 2 sessions will show you how to identify funding opportunities suitable for mathematics-related projects and will give you tools to formulate winning proposals.
This course offers an introduction to FDA and presents some of the R libraries oriented to this type of data. Course organized by Servei d’Estadística Aplicada with the support of the BGSMath, through the ”María de Maeztu” Programme for Units of Excellence in R&D”.
Tips with do’s and don’ts for Maths PhD students looking to move on with their careers
How to plan and execute scientific research taking into account aspects such as accountability and transparence…
With this same title, Paul Halmos published an article more than 40 years ago in the Notices of the AMS, which is still worth reading today.
This is the second module on Fundraising: “Writing Proposals: the IF example”.
The first of a series of training modules addressed to the young researchers, to develop complementary and transferable skills.
Quants, short for quantitative analysts, are persons who apply and develop mathematical or statistical methods in the context of problems in finance or risk…
This is the first of a series of meetings addressed to BGSMath master and Ph.D. students and young researchers…