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DMS Virtual Office Hours

Informational Webinar

April 23, 2021 1:00 PM  to 
April 23, 2021 2:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, UTC/GMT-04:00)

Save the Date

The Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) is hosting virtual office hours to share information about NSF’s current operations and to provide guidance to the mathematical sciences community. All members of the mathematical sciences research community interested in the work of DMS are welcome to attend.

Virtual office hours are held at roughly monthly intervals; topics vary. The event will be in the form of a webinar, starting with a brief presentation of selected current topics, with DMS program directors available to answer questions from the community.

Registration and Access to the Webinar

Participants should register (and may do so in advance) at the web page

https://nsf.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_k9luU1bORFaGsawlOe4Xcw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For help, contact Zoom Technical support at +1-833-966-6468 (+1-833-Zoom-Gov) or email support@zoom.us.

How to Submit Questions

Participants may submit questions in advance via the registration form or by sending e-mail to: DMS-VOH@nsf.gov. There will also be an opportunity to submit questions anonymously through the Zoom webinar Q&A feature.

Topics of Focus on April 23

  • Overview of DMS operations and the impact of COVID-19
  • A brief description of the Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (CDS&E-MSS) program
  • A brief description of the Probability program
  • A brief description of the Research Training Groups (RTG) program

Meeting Type
Webcast

Contacts
Michelle A Manes, email: mmanes@nsf.gov

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Mathematical Sciences

Related Programs
Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Probability
Research Training Groups in the Mathematical Sciences