The Flatland Research Institute - A Mathematics Research Camp
Ponder U N S O L V E D problems . . .
within a circle of fellow researchers.
The Flatland Research Institute is a residential, e x t r e m e math adventure camp. Campers will work together to try to solve f u n mathematical conundrums, which have never - ever - been solved!
You must be 16-19 yo. to participate (or younger if accompanied by your guardian(s)) - and seek e p i c mathematical challenge.
Camp counselors are undergraduate math majors, or have undergraduate or graduate degrees in math; each counselor is an active researcher. The counselor-to-camper ratio is 1:8.
The Flatland Research Institute is offered during the summer. Particular session location and dates will be announced, once scheduled. We aim to accommodate the schedules and location preferences of prospective participants.
Registration Fee: TBA
How to Apply
Visit U N S O L V E D, our wiki about unsolved problems in mathematics, for examples of unsolved problems - but the possibilities are e n d l e s s . . . .
Click here for some tips on doing mathematics research.
Offers of admission will be made on a rolling basis.