Each of the Clay Mathematics Institute's activities addresses a key component of its mission:
Fellows & Scholars
The Clay Research Fellowship provides a young mathematician employment under ideal conditions for a period of two to five years. A Fellow may work at the location that best suits his or her research.
The Senior Scholars Program is intended to provide support for senior mathematicians to be part of an institute or university program in which they will play a key role and have a significant impact on the work of other mathematicians.
Clay Research Scholars are supported on research projects of up to one year.
Recognition of extraordinary achievement in mathematical research. Presented each year at the Clay Research Conference.
Placing before the public seven of the grand challenges of mathematics, and giving these challenges the recognition they deserve.
The CMI summer schools are instructional conferences whose aim is to furnish a new generation of mathematicians with the knowledge and tools they need to successfully work in an active and important area of mathematics.
CMI conducts a program of small workshops which are held at the Mathematical Institute in Oxford.
As part of its mission to encourage talented students to pursue mathematical careers, the Clay Mathematics Institute partners with established outreach programs.
The Clay Mathematics Institute publishes two book seri\ es with the American Mathematical Society: the Clay Mathematics Monog\ raphs and the Clay Mathematics Proceedings.
The Clay Mathematics Institute, in cooperation with its partners at Libraries Without Walls and the contributing libraries, has a program to make digital facsimiles of significant historical mathematical books and manuscripts freely available.
Collected Works of James Arthur is available.
The 2007 annual meeting marked the inauguration of the Clay Research Conference.
The aim of this public lecture series is to increase the awareness and understanding of mathematics — in the public at large as well as in the business, scientific and university communities.