Math REU Sites

This page contains a listing of the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REUs) aimed at mathematics students that will run in the summer of 2019. 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.

  • Location: Knoxville, TN
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Topics: Mathematical biology

  • Location: Piscataway, NJ; Prague, Czech Republic
  • Program dates: May 28 - July 26 (US); July 19 - August 2 (Czech)
  • Application deadline: January 31
  • Topics: Computer science; mathematics; data science; bioinformatics; applications in health & physical sciences; security applications

  • Location: Worcester, MA
  • Program dates: May 20 - July 19
  • 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)
  • Application deadline: TBA (mid-February)
  • Topics: Algebraic combinatorics

  • Location: Kent, OH
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: Graphs associated to a group; Change point analysis with applications to large scale data; Noncommutative algebra

  • Location: Corvallis, OR
  • Program dates: (ten weeks)
  • Application deadline: April 1
  • Topics: Statistical and computational sciences (extreme value theory; multiple comparisons; multivarieate survival analysis; modelling of the power grid; other biomedical and statistical problems)

  • Location: Princeton, NJ
  • Program dates: June 10 - June 28
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: Geometric analysis
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org; accepts graduating seniors

  • Location: Harrisonburg, VA
  • Program dates: May 20 - July 12
  • Application deadline: February 21
  • Topics: Automated identification of geologic features; algebraic and geometric invariants of incidence structures
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: College Station, TX
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Application deadline February 15
  • Topics: Algebraic methods in computational biology' algorithmic algebraic geometry; number theory
  • Notes: Application online at MathPrograms.org

Duke University (Statistical Science)

  • Location: Durham, NC
  • Program dates: (eight weeks)
  • Application deadline: December 15 for full consideration (February 15 is final deadline)
  • Topics: Nonlinear dimensionality reduction; Human brain connectomics; Deep learning in climate research; Minimax results for adaptive confidence intervals; Non-parametric regression and posterior inference over distance matrices; Designing experiments for estimating peer influence effects in massive online networks; Evaluating disease spread in partially observed networks; Fast Nearest Neighbor Gaussian Process Approximation with k-d Trees
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org; for more information: stat-summer-programs@duke.edu

  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Program dates: June 24 - August 16 (June 24 - July 26 for apprentice program)
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: wide variety of topics
  • Notes: Apprentice program is aimed at students with less mathematical experience; all participants required to write a short mathematical paper
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: Singapore
  • Program dates: June 17 - August 9
  • Application deadline: February 12
  • Topics: Applied mathematics with industry connections. Three different projects.
  • Notes: Applications at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: Park City, UT
  • Program dates: ???
  • Application deadline: January 31
  • Topics: Gauge theory, gravitation and geometry; Low-dimensional topology
  • Notes: apply at MathPrograms.org
  • Notes: can take international students (but no stipend)

  • Location: Tyler, TX
  • Program dates: May 27 - July 19
  • Application deadline: February 21
  • Topics: reliability polynomials; graph splines; inverse semigroups

  • Location: San Marcos, TX
  • Program dates: June 10 - August 2
  • Topics: Algebra, Combinatorics, and Statistics

  • Location: Wilmington, NC
  • Program dates: May 19 - July 26
  • Application deadline: March 31
  • Topics: Statistical data mining; machine learning

  • Location: Normal, IL
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Application deadline: February 26
  • Topics: Combinatorics, design theory, graph theory
  • Notes: Works with pre-service and in-service secondary mathematics teachers

  • Location: Williamsburg, VA
  • Topics: Matrix theory

  • Location: Tempe, AZ
  • Program dates: June 5 - July 27
  • Application deadline: January 31
  • Topics: mathematical biology
  • Notes: Can take international students on a limited basis

  • Location: Rochester, NY
  • Program dates: June 7 - August 2
  • Application deadline: March 1 (tentative)
  • Topics: Applied mathematics; statistics
  • Notes: Aimed at students who are deaf or hard of hearing

Clemson University (REU) (pREU)

  • Location: Clemson, SC
  • Program dates: May 20 - July 12 (REU); May 20 - June 21 (pREU)
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: Coding Theory, Cryptography, and Number Theory
  • Notes: apply on MathPrograms.org

  • Location: Easton, PA
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Topics: Statistics; Graph Theory; Geometry

  • Location: Ames, IA
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 26
  • Application deadline: mid February
  • Topics: Spectral graph theory; computational mathematics; analysis; data science

  • Location: Greensboro, NC
  • Program dates: May 20 - July 206
  • Application deadline: early February
  • Topics: Mathematical biology

  • Topics: Mathematical biology
  • Program dates: June 10 - August 8
  • Notes: First week is at MBI (Ohio State University) followed by project at a host institution (to be announced). Last week is Capstone conference at MBI.

  • 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: Los Angeles, CA
  • Program dates: June 24 - August 23
  • Application deadline: February 12
  • Topics: Applied mathematics with industry connections. Nine different projects.
  • Notes: Open to international students as well as graduating students
  • Notes: Applications at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: Providence, RI
  • Program dates: June 10 - August 2
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topic: Computational arithmetic dynamics
  • Notes: Some possible funding for international students

  • Location: Allendale, MI
  • Program dates: June 9 - August 4
  • Topics: Circle packing; Extremal numbrix puzzles; Geometry of sets; Referendum Elections; Lottery voting and sortition; Spherical & hyperbolic geometry; Symplectic geometry

  • Location: San Bernardino, CA
  • Program dates: June 24 - August 16
  • Application deadline: February 13
  • Topics: Geometry and knot theory

  • Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Program dates: July 2 - August 30
  • Application deadline: January 22
  • Note: Open to US/international students.

  • Location: New York, NY
  • Program dates: June 17 - August 2 (some flexibility)
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: discrete geometry; additive combinatorics; and other related topics
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: Atlanta, GA
  • Program dates: June 3 - July 12
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: Elliptic curves and Galois representations, Mock modular and quantum modular forms, Additive Number Theory, Distribution of Primes, Moonshine, Analytic study of high performance swimming
  • Notes: Applications handled through MathPrograms.org.
  • Notes: Contingent on funding

  • Location: Dearborn, MI
  • Program dates: TBA (late May - late July)
  • Application deadline: February 10

  • Location: Valparaiso, IN
  • Program dates: May 29 - July 31
  • Application deadline: February 25
  • Topics: Constructing copoint graphs of convex geometries; Biomath modeling: pollen competition; Generalized Motzkin paths and standard Young tableaux; Noise-induced stabilization of Hamiltonian systems

  • Location: Ann Arbor, MI
  • Program dates: set by student and faculty mentor; eight weeks between May 1 and August 15
  • Application deadline: February 8
  • Topics: varies; depends on interest of applicant and faculty mentor
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org

  • Location: College Park, MD
  • Program dates: June 3 - August 8
  • Topics: Combinatorics and algorithms for real problems
  • Notes: Contingent on renewed funding

  • Location: Manhattan, KS
  • Program dates: (eight weeks)
  • Topics: knot theory, PDEs, bioinformatics

  • Location: Berkeley, CA
  • Program dates: June 15 - July 28
  • Application deadline: February 15
  • Topics: Applied combinatorics
  • Note: Apply online at MathPrograms.org.

  • Location: Uzbekistan
  • Program dates: May 31 - August 3
  • Application deadline: January 15
  • Notes: Arranged through Cal State Fullerton


  • Location: Pittsburgh, PA
  • Program dates: May 28 - July 23
  • Application deadline: March 1
  • Topics: Applied mathematics
  • Notes: Apply at MathPrograms.org.

  • Location: Princeton, NJ
  • Program dates: May 18 - May 24
  • Application deadline: February 17
  • Topics: Geometric measure theory
  • Notes: For women.
  • Notes: Application at MathPrograms.org

  • 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.