Heidelberg Laureates Forum opportunity for young scientists

The Heidelberg Laureates Forum is a new opportunity for young scientists that will bring together winners of the Turing Award, the Abel Prize, and the Fields Medal to meet with ~100+ young researchers for a week in Heidelberg, Germany.

The idea for the forum, which is modeled after the Lindau Forum for Nobel Laureates and young researchers, came about after the Klaus Tschira Foundation and the Heidelberg Institute of Theoretical Studies approached ACM, the International Mathematics Union, and the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters with a proposal.

The Heidelberg Laureates Forum will be held for one week each September in Heidelberg, Germany.  The focus of the forum will alternate between computer science and mathematics in subsequent years.  For the first forum to be held September 22-27, 2013, the focus will be on both computer science and mathematics.

For more details, visit the Forum page.

To apply, visit the application page.

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