Clay Mathematics Institute

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The Clay Mathematics Institute

Enhancement and Partnership Program

The principal aim of the program is to enhance activities that are already planned and financially viable. It is most commonly used to support a small number of highly distinguished speakers at a conference or workshop, but the program also provides funds for other forms of partnership, including graduate summer schools and similar events. The call for proposals for activities taking place after September 30, 2017  is open. 

Millennium Problems

The prime number theorem determines the average distribution of the primes. The Riemann hypothesis tells us about the deviation from the average. Formulated in Riemann's 1859 paper, it asserts that all the 'non-obvious' zeros of the zeta function are complex numbers with real part 1/2.

News

A short video by Mareli Grady about the PROMYS Europe summer program at Oxford in 2016 is available in the CMI Video Library
Videos of talks at the 2016 Clay Research Conference by David Ben-Zvi, Manjul Bhargava, Bill Minicozzi, and János Kollár are available in the CMI Video Library Conference page