Each AIM workshop has places reserved for applicants. Successful applicants for in-person workshops 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.

In-person workshops

 Scissors congruences, algebraic K-theory and Steinberg modules. July 8-12, 2024  

 PreTeXt for small documents. July 15-19, 2024  

 Graph Theory: structural properties, labelings, and connections to applications. July 22-26, 2024  

 Research experiences for undergraduate faculty. July 29-August 2, 2024  

 Open source mathematics curriculum and assessment tools. August 5-9, 2024  

 PDE methods in complex geometry. August 26-30, 2024  

 Finite tensor categories: their cohomology and geometry. September 16-20, 2024  

 Higher-dimensional log Calabi-Yau pairs. September 30-October 4, 2024  

 Albertson conjecture and related problems. October 14-18, 2024  

 Higher Du Bois and higher rational singularities. October 28-November 1, 2024  

 Nilpotent counting problems in arithmetic statistics. November 11-15, 2024  

*Chromatic homotopy theory and p-adic geometry. December 2-6, 2024  

*Low-degree polynomial methods in average-case complexity. December 9-13, 2024  

*Motives and mapping class groups. January 27-31, 2025  

*Geometric partial differential equations from unified string theories. February 10-14, 2025  

*The geometry of polynomials in combinatorics and sampling. March 3-7, 2025  

*All roads to the KPZ universality class. March 17-21, 2025  

*New directions in G2 geometry. March 31-April 4, 2025  

*Moments in families of L-functions over function fields. April 28-May 2, 2025  

*Algorithmic stability: mathematical foundations for the modern era. May 12-16, 2025