Each AIM workshop has places reserved for applicants. Successful applicants receive funding for travel and accommodations for participation in the workshop. The workshops marked with an * below are still accepting applications. The AIM style workshop features a limited number of talks and significant time devoted to organized group activities.

 Zeros of random polynomials. August 12-16, 2019  

 Identifiability problems in systems biology. August 19-23, 2019  

 Noncommutative surfaces and Artin's conjecture. September 16-20, 2019  

 Self-interacting processes, supersymmetry, and Bayesian statistics. September 23-27, 2019  

 Double ramification cycles and integrable systems. October 7-11, 2019  

 Deep learning and partial differential equations. October 14-18, 2019  

 Rigidity and flexibility of microstructures. November 4-8, 2019  

 Geometric realizations of Jacquet-Langlands correspondences. November 11-15, 2019  

 Interactive assessments in open source textbooks. December 9-13, 2019  

 K-stability and related topics. January 6-10, 2020  

*Configuration spaces of graphs. February 3-7, 2020  

*Mathematics of topological insulators. March 16-20, 2020  

*Arithmetic reflection groups and crystallographic packings. March 16-20, 2020  

*Special holonomy and branes. March 30-April 3, 2020  

*Resurgence in string and gauge theory. May 4-8, 2020  

*Equivariant techniques in stable homotopy theory. May 11-15, 2020  

*Random walks beyond hyperbolic groups. June 1-5, 2020  

*Delta symbols and the subconvexity problem. June 15-19, 2020  

*Moduli spaces for algebraic dynamical systems. July 13-17, 2020  

*The Albertson conjecture and related problems. August 31-September 4, 2020