PIRE NYU-Oxford 2016

    NSF PIRE PROGRAM

    Mathematical Models of Defects and Patterns Held at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, January 5-8, 2016. Thank you for participating in this NSF-PIRE workshop. To improve on future workshops, we need your feedback. This survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Thank you; we value your input.

    Part I: Opinions

    The content of the workshop met my expectations.
    The presentations expanded my understanding of the workshop topic.
    There was adequate time for speaker / participant interaction.
    The discussion periods (after presentations and other) provided an effective environment for interaction between participants. 
    The number of workshop participants was appropriate.
    My interaction with other participants was useful in fostering networking. 
    As the workshop progressed, interaction with participants from other countries became more frequent.
    The workshop facilities were appropriate.
    Housing accommodations were satisfactory.
    I would recommend a NSF PIRE workshop to a colleague.
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    Part II: This portion helps us document participants’ interests and improve our programs.

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