PIMS Summer School 2016 Registration
Use this form if you study or work in Edmonton and are applying for waiving the registration fees of the summer school.
What is your first name? *
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What is your last name? *
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What is your email address? *
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What is your telephone number (including area code)?
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What is your gender? *
At which university do you currently study or work? *
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What level of education are you currently enrolled? *
What is your current area of study or research? *
This application requires one reference Letter (preferably from academic supervisor), which will be requested directly from the referee by email.
What is the first name of your referee?
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What is the last name of your referee?
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What is the email of your referee?
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This summer school consists of two themes. For more information, please see the program (http://www.mathfinance2016.com/program/). We expect that most participants attend the entire summer school, but give the option to attend only one theme.
Which parts of the summer school would you like to attend? *
The summer school will be followed by the Sixth IMS-FIPS workshop on July 7-9, which is a scientific conference dealing with contributions of probability and statistics to finance and insurance. Do you plan to attend this conference, too? *
We require you to submit two documents with your application. Please email cfrei@ualberta.ca with the following two documents and the subject line "Edmonton PIMS Application" before the end of March 2016: Resume (maximal 2 pages), A document (maximal 1 page) where you briefly describe your motivation to participate in this summer school.
Please note that students from Edmonton are eligible to apply for waiving the registration fees, but no support for accommodation will be provided. We plan to make decisions in April.
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