Registration and Funding Application: Arizona Winter
For non-students: To register
for AWS 2019,
simply fill out the forms below, and click "Submit
For students: A funding application will appear
when you select your status below. Please fill out all
forms. We will require a CV and a few paragraphs
describing your background and interests, and will additionally
ask that you provide the email address of a faculty member
from your current institution who we
will contact directly for more information about you (we mainly
want them to indicate that you are serious and likely to benefit
from the winter school). Additionally, graduate students
will be asked to indicate their preferred activities for the evening
working sessions. There are three sorts of official activities.
Projects: Each speaker will be assigned a group of graduate
students to work on a project in the month leading up to the AWS, as well as during
the workshop; the student groups will present their results on the final
day of the workshop. Project descriptions are posted on our
- Problem sessions: There will be two problem sessions
on foundational material related to one or more of the lecture series, designed
for students wishing to solidify their background.
- Study groups: The study groups will gather together students
with a common interest in gaining a thorough, detailed understanding of
one of the lecture series, for instance by working carefully through the
You may also indicate that you would not like to be assigned
to any official group at this time. We hope to be able to inform you of
your assignment in early February.
Note that the evening
sessions are flexible: you are welcome to move informally between the
above activities or to initiate your own activities. All participants are welcome and very strongly encouraged to attend!