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LMS Travel Grants for Early Career Researchers

Provide partial support for UK-based Early Career Researchers to attend conferences or undertake research visits either in the UK or overseas.  Early Career Researchers are defined as a Master's student, PhD/research student or anyone who has completed their PhD in the last five years.  The maximum award is normally £500 towards actual expenses for travel costs, which can include visa costs.

Conference Grants - Scheme 1

Provide partial support for conferences held in the UK.  Maximum award of £7000 towards travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses for principal speakers, UK based research students and participants from Scheme 5 or former Soviet Union countries.

Visits to the UK - Scheme 2

Provide partial support for a visitor to the UK, who will give lectures in at least three separate institutions.  Maximum award is £1500.

Joint Research Groups in the UK - Scheme 3

Provide upport to research groups of mathematicians to enable them to engage in collaborative activiites through holding regular meetings.  Groups should be made up of mathematicians who are working in at least three difference locations and who have a common research interest.  Maximum award is £2000.

Research in Pairs - Scheme 4

Support a visit for collaborative research either by the grant holder to another institution within the UK or abroad, or by a named mathematiciain from within the UK or abroad to the home base of the grant holder.  Maximum award is £1200.

International Short Visits - Scheme 5

Support a visit for collaborative research either by the grant holder to a country in Africa (or countries where mathematics is in a similar position) or by a named mathematician from a country in Africa (or countries where mathematics is in a similar position) to the home base of the grant holder.  Maximum award is £3000.

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