Funding

  • Martha Yip has been awarded a 2016--2021 five year Simons Foundation Collaboration grant for her proposal, "  ".
  • Margaret Readdy has been awarded a 2016--2021 five year Simons Foundation Collaboration grant for her proposal, "Investigations in combinatorial mathematics".
  • Richard Ehrenborg has been awarded a 2016--2021 five year Simons Foundation Collaboration grant for his proposal, "Whitney stratifications, partitions and permutations".
  • Graduate student McCabe Olsen was awarded an NSF EAPSI fellowship in support of a 10-week visit to Osaka University in Summer 2016, where he will be working with Takayuki Hibi.
  • From May 2016 through April 2018, Benjamin Braun is partially supported by a National Security Agency grant, including summer support for his graduate students.
  • From July 2013 through June 2015, Richard Ehrenborg is partially supported by a National Security Agency grant. In summer 2014 his grant is supporting Discrete graduate students Brad FoxAlex Happ and Dustin Hedmark. In summer 2013 his grant supported Discrete graduate students Brad Fox and Yue Cai.
  • From May 2013 through April 2015, Benjamin Braun is partially supported by a National Security Agency Young Investigators Award. In summer 2013 and summer 2014 his grant is supporting Discrete graduate student Robert Davis.
  • Graduate student Liam Solus was awarded an NSF EAPSI fellowship in support of a 10-week visit to Osaka University in Summer 2014, where he will be working with Takayuki Hibi.
  • Graduate student Robert Davis was awarded a Fulbright Graduate Research Fellowship to spend 2013-2014 at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland, working with Alex Engstrom.
  • Benjamin Braun, together with Matthias Beck, Thomas Bliem, Matthias Koeppe, Peter Paule, and Carla Savage, have been awarded funding from the American Institute of Mathematics for a SQuaRE (Structured Quartet Research Ensembles) on "Partition Theory and Polyhedral Geometry." 
  • Margaret Readdy has been awarded a five year Simons Foundation Collaboration grant (July 2011 - June 2016).
  • Margaret Readdy has been awarded a University of Kentucky Tenured Professor Fellowship to support her research and the writing of a research monograph during Spring 2011.
  • Margaret Readdy is the PI and Richard Ehrenborg is the CoPI for National Science Foundation grant DMS-1024407 to support participants at the workshop "Combinatorics 2010: Advances, Trends & Speculations (CATS 2010 Workshop)".
  • From July 2009 through June 2013, Richard Ehrenborg is being partially supported by the National Science Foundation via award DMS-0902063. This grant is also supporting summer research by his students Eric ClarkJiYoon Jung and Brad Fox.
  • Margaret Readdy is the PI for National Science Foundation grant DMS-0913073 to support participants of the 2009 Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference.
  • From July 2008 through June 2014, Benjamin Braun is partially supported by the National Science Foundation via award DMS-0758321. This grant also supports summer research for his doctoral student Matthew Zeckner.
  • The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) has funded Margaret Readdy's proposal for the 2009 Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference.
  • Benjamin Braun has received MSRI funding to participate in the January 2008 MSRI workshop "Introductory Workshop in Combinatorial Representation Theory".
  • Richard Ehrenborg is the Principle Investigator for a National Security Agency Grant (June 2006 - May 2009). His grant is currently supporting summer research by Eric Clark and Michael Slone.
  • Carl Lee is a Co-PI for ACCLAIM (Appalachian Collaborative Center for Learning, Assessment and Instruction in Mathematics), National Science Foundation grant ESI-0119679 (5 years beginning September 2001; $10,543,250). See www.acclaim-math.org. He is also a Co-PI for AMSP (Appalachian Mathematics Science Partnership), National Science Foundation (5 years beginning October 2002; $22,263,868). See www.appalmsp.org.
  • Carlos Nicolas Terry Contenza and Laura Schmidt received partial support to attend the workshop, "Discrete and Computational Geometry: Twenty Years Later", Snowbird, Utah, June 18-22, 2006.
  • The NSF and BIRS supported Richard Ehrenborg's and Carl Lee's March 2006 research visits to the Banff International Research Station.
  • The NSF and Mittag Leffler Institute supported Richard Ehrenborg's and Margaret Readdy's March 2005 research visits to the Mittag Leffler Institute.
  • During the academic year 2004-2005, graduate student Michael Slone was selected to be a University of Kentucky Presidential Scholar. This support, along with NSF funding, enabled him to spend the Spring 2005 semester at the Mittag-Leffler Institute for their special semester in Algebraic Combinatorics.
  • The NSF and BIRS supported Richard Ehrenborg's and Margaret Readdy's August 2004 research visits to the Banff International Research Station.
  • The NSF and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton supported Richard Ehrenborg's and Margaret Readdy's July 2004 research visits to the IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute.
  • During the summer 2004 Richard Ehrenborg was partially funded by a University of Kentucky Summer Faculty Research Fellowship.
  • During the summer 2004 Margaret Readdy was partially funded by a Research Activity Award Grant sponsored by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Kentucky
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