# Math REU Programs

This page contains a listing of the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REUs) aimed at mathematics students that will run in the summer of 2020. This list will continue to grow as more sites announce their programs. Please keep visiting for up to date information. The lists will be listed reverse chronologically in the order in which they are made available (i.e., the newest programs will be listed first).

In addition there are many REU sites which are related to mathematics (i.e., use mathematics in various applications) which can be found on another page.

Much of this information overlaps with what can also be found at the NSF maintained list of REU sites and the AMS list or REU summer programs.

Note that the NSF is working on creating a centralized application side and several REUs will be taking applications through the following site: NSFREU.org.

- Location: Charlottesville, VA
- Program dates: June 8 - July 17
- Application deadline: February 15
- Topics: Number Theory, Representation Theory, and Topology
- Notes: Might be able to take foreign students
- Notes: Run by Ken Ono; formerly was at Emory and U. of Wisconsin

- Location: Williamstown, MA
- Program dates: Early June - Early August
- Application deadline: February 5
- Topics: Graph theory and throttling; Knot theory; Number theory/probability; Tropical algebraic geometry.
- Notes: Can take foreign students
- Notes: Apply online at MathPrograms.org (Graph theory and throttling; Knot theory; Number theory/probability; Tropical algebraic geometry)

- Location: Providence, RI
- Program dates: June 8 - July 31
- Application deadline: February 14
- Topic: Fast Learning Algorithms for Numerical Computation and Data Analysis
- Notes: Some possible funding for international students
- Notes: Apply at MathPrograms.org

- Location: Tempe, AZ
- Program dates: June 3 - July 25
- Application deadline: January 31
- Topics: mathematical biology
- Notes: Can take international students on a limited basis

- Location: San Bernardino, CA
- Program dates: June 22 - August 14
- Application deadline: February 12
- Topics: Geometry and knot theory

- Location: Singapore
- Program dates: June 1 - July 31
- Application deadline: February 12
- Topics: Applied mathematics with industry connections. Multiple different projects.

- Location: Los Angeles, CA
- Program dates: June 22 - August 21
- Application deadline: February 12
- Topics: Applied mathematics with industry connections. Nine different projects.
- Notes: Open to international students as well as graduating students
- Notes: Apply online at MathPrograms.org

- Location: Ponce, Puerto Rico
- Topics: Combinatorics/Probability and Algebraic Coding Theory

- Location: San Diego, CA
- Topics: number theory

- Location: Indianapolis, IN

- Location: Worcester, MA
- Program dates: May 27 - July 24
- Application deadlines: February 22
- Topics: Industrial mathematics and statistics; involves students with the opportunity to work on mathematical and statistical problems in close collaboration with faculty and industrial sponsors

- Location: Minneapolis, MN
- Program dates: (8 weeks; early June - early August)
- Topics: Algebraic combinatorics

- Location: San Marcos, TX
- Topics: Algebra, Combinatorics, and Statistics

- Location: Williamsburg, VA
- Topics: Matrix theory

- Location: Corvallis, OR
- Program dates: June 24 - August 16
- Application deadline: February 20
- Topics: Mathematical biology; Dynamics of polynomial maps; Secure computation; Partitions and modular forms

- Location: New York, NY
- Program dates: 7-8 weeks; flexible
- Application deadline: February 19
- Topics: discrete geometry; additive combinatorics; topological combinatorics; and other related topics

- Location: College Park, MD
- Program dates: June 8 - August 14
- Topics: Combinatorics and algorithms for real problems

- Location: Princeton, NJ
- Program dates: May 16 - May 22
- Application deadline: November 1 - February 17
- Topics: Machine learning
- Notes: For women.

- Location: varies with program
- Program dates: 12 week programs, typically end of May - mid August
- Application deadline: October 15 (Director's Summer Program); October 31 (other summer programs)
- Topics: miscellaneous, including cryptography, cyber security
- Notes: required to be US citizen capable of getting security clearance. Programming experience is desirable.