LMS Travel Grants to ICMs and ECMs

The London Mathematical Society sets aside funds to be used for making grants to support the attendance of UK-based mathematicians at the European Congresses of Mathematics (held every four years) and the International Congress of Mathematicians (also held every four years) The Society would particularly like to support those mathematicians at an early stage in their career, including postdocs.

ICM 2022 Travel Grants

Applications for travel grants to attend the International Congress of Mathematics (ICM) 2022 in St. Petersburg, Russia can be submitted via the following schemes:


LMS-EPSRC ICM Travel Grants for Early Career Researchers - Application deadline: 15 October 2021

The London Mathematical Society, jointly with EPSRC, has set aside funds to be used for making approximately 50 grants of up to £400 per grant to support the travel costs and, where needed, the caring costs of UK-based mathematicians so they can attend the ICM 2022 in St. Petersburg from 6-14 July 2022 (https://icm2022.org/).  The grants contribute to the costs of attending the ICM, not to meet them entirely. The grants are not to support attendance at Satellite Meetings.

With applicants' permission, information about successful awards will be communicated with the Kolaveskaya Grants Committee, with the expectation that all subsistence, accommodation and registration fees will be supported by the Kovalevskaya Grants. ICM registration is required prior to the award of a Kovalevskaya Grants. ICM 2022 Registration may be done either before applying for a LMS-EPSRC travel grant or, where the travel grant application grant is successful, after receiving news of a LMS-EPSRC travel grant but no later than 20 November 2021. If you decide to register for the ICM 2022 before submitting an application for a LMS-EPSRC travel grant, you can advise us of your ICM registration number on the application form. 

Applicants should be Early Career Researchers, defined as within five years of PhD completion (excluding career breaks), based at a UK institution. PhD students whose research would benefit from attending the meeting may also apply but their applications should be strongly supported, with a clear mathematical case, by their supervisor. 
 
Applications for the LMS-EPSRC ICM Travel Grants for Early Career Researchers closed on 15 October 2021.
 
Applications will be acknowledged by email. Applicants will be informed of the outcome before mid-November 2021.
 
You do not need to be an LMS member to applyInformation on becoming a member.
 
Queries should be addressed to ecr.grants@lms.ac.uk,

LMS ICM Travel Grants for Established Mathematicians - Applications will open later in 2021.
 
The London Mathematical Society had set aside funds to be used for making grants to support the attendance of UK-based mathematicians at the ICM 2022 in St. Petersburg (6-14 July 2021). The grants contribute to the costs of attending the ICM, not to meet them entirely. The grants are not to support attendance at Satellite Meetings.
 

ECM 2024 Travel Grants

Applications for travel grants to attend the ECM 2024 will open in 2023.