### Program information and application instructions

**Columbia Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences in Mathematical Modeling (CSUREMM)** is a full-time ten-week program for collaborative undergraduate student summer research experiences in mathematical modeling.

The purpose of the summer program is two-fold: to introduce the participants to some of the advanced topics in mathematical modeling and simulation encountered in modern interdisciplinary research; and to allow the participants to propose and develop collaborative interdisciplinary research projects under the joint mentorship of Columbia graduate students and faculty.

**For additional details, please see CSUREMM 2022 Program**

**Eligibility:** The program is open to any continuing Barnard/Columbia undergraduate student, independent of U.S. residency. We particularly encourage women and historically underrepresented minorities to apply. Graduating seniors and graduate students are not eligible for the program.

**Program dates: **May 31 – August 5, 2022. Final presentations by participants will be scheduled on the last day of the program.

**Stipend: **Participants will receive $3500 stipend and may not accept other employment or enroll in classes during the program. Summer session housing is also paid for by the program.

**Applications are now closed. **

**Contact:** For more information, contact George Dragomir or Ivan Corwin.

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*The 2022 CSUREMM program is made possible with support from the following departments and institutes at Columbia University:*

*Department of Mathematics**Department of Statistics**Barnard Mathematics Department**Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research**Herbert and Florence Irving Institute for Cancer Dynamics (IICD)**Data Science Institute (DSI)*

and the *NSF** *through

*DMS:1937254 – Research Training in Applied Mathematics at Columbia University.*