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Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics was founded in 2000 by Mark Green, Tony Chan, and Eitan Tadmor as an NSF Mathematical Sciences Institute with a grant from the NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences. Over 2,000 visitors per year attend its workshops, long programs, student research programs, summer schools, and other programs. IPAM seeks to bring the full range of mathematical techniques to bear on the great scientific challenges of our time. They sponsor programs that bring together researchers from different disciplines or from different areas of mathematics, with the goal of sparking interdisciplinary collaboration that continues long after the IPAM program ends.

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