In this post I would like to collect a list of resources that are available to mathematicians displaced by conflict. Here are some general resources:

- The IIE Scholar Rescue Fund
- Scholars at Risk
- The New University in Exile Consortium programs for scholars
- (Europe) European fund for displaced scientists (a joint ALLEA-Breakthrough Prize Foundation partnership)
- (Brazil) The Sao Paulo Research Foundation has an initiative for Researchers at Risk.
- (Canada) Joint CRM-ISM initiative in support of mathematicians in distress
- (Canada) WES gateway program to assess educational credentials for displaced individuals
- (France) The French PAUSE program (National program for the urgent aid and reception of scientists and artists in exile)
- PAUSE has a special call for Ukrainian researchers at risk.

- (Germany) The Humboldt Foundation’s Philipp Schwartz initiative
- Special measures for the current crisis include postponing the deadline for applications to March 18 for Ukrainian scholars, and arrangements for current recipients from Russia who are threatened due to their critical attitude to the war to receive fellowship extensions.

- (Germany) DFG Refugee Researchers program
- (UK) Cara – a lifeline to academics at risk
- (UK) Universities of Sanctuary network
- (UK) The Isaac Newton Institute for the Mathematical Sciences has a Solidarity list for researchers in the Mathematical Sciences, as well as a Solidarity for Mathematicians programme for displaced mathematicians.
- (UK) The University of Oxford Mathematical Institute has outreach sessions for Refugees and Asylum and Sanctuary Seekers to acclimate them to the academic environment in the UK.
- (USA) Harvard University’s Scholars at Risk (distinct from the preceding program of the same name)

There are also resources specific to the current crisis:

- Science for Ukraine
- See this web page for some background information on this initiative.

- Jobs for Ukraine
- Help for Displaced Ukrainian Mathematicians
- (Europe) The member universities of the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities have a number of support measures for researchers, academics, and students affected by the war in Ukraine.
- (Europe) The European Research Centres on Mathematics (ERCOM) committee of the EMS has a number of offers of assistance to mathematicians who are refugees of the current war.
- (Europe) The EU agency EURAXESS has an initiative ERA4Ukraine that collects various support initatives for Ukrainian researchers.
- (North America) Opportunities in North America for Ukrainian Mathematicians
- (Austria) Austrian Academy of Sciences JESH academic mobility program – call for applications from Ukrainian researchers
- (Austria) FWF Austrian Science Fund has the Crisis Support for Researchers from Ukraine program.
- (Belgium) The KU Leuven program for researchers from the global South has relaxed its eligibility requirements for Ukrainian refugees.
- (Belgium) The Université libre de Bruxelles has implemented emergency procedures to welcome Ukrainian students who have fled or plan to flee Ukraine because of the war. Contact: helpukraine@ulb.be
- (Canada) A statement from the presidents of Canada’s federal research granting agencies to support Ukrainian research trainees (Additional contact: Lior Silberman lior@math.ubc.ca)
- (Canada) PIMS Mathematical Scientist Support Fund Program
- (Canada) NSERC Special Response Fund for Trainees (Ukraine)
- (Czechia) Announcement from the Czech Academy of Sciences (see also their “Help for Ukraine” page)
- (Czechia) Announcement from the Czech Science Foundation
- (Czechia) NF Neuron grant for Ukrainian scientists to study in the Czech republic
- (Finland) Call for grants for Ukrainian researchers in Finland
- (Finland) The University of Helsinki offers free courses at its Open University for citizens of Ukraine.
- (Germany) Opportunities in Germany for mathematicians from Ukraine (administered by the German Mathematical Society (DMV))
- (Germany) Support and assistance for Ukrainian students and scientists (administered by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD))
- (Germany) Funding for Refugee Scholars and Scientists from Ukraine by the Volkswagen Foundation (Additional contact: Delio Mugnolo delio.mugnolo@fernuni-hagen.de)
- (Germany) The Deutsch-Ukrainische Akademische Gesellschaft page on support for students and researchers from Ukraine
- (Germany) University of Muenster statement on Ukraine
- (Germany) Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+ Support for mathematicians for Ukraine
- (Luxembourg) The Luxembourg National Research Fund offers Temporary FNR support for Researchers who have fled the war in Ukraine.
- (Hungary) There are some resources available at the Renyi Institute in Hungary. Contact: Andras Stipsicz stipsicz.andras@renyi.hu
- (Poland) Science for Ukraine Action at AMU PAN (Polish Young Academy – Polish Academy of Sciences) Visits of Ukrainian scientists to the Polish Academy of Sciences
- This effort is also being supported by the National Academy of Sciences in the US via the Safe Passage Fund; more details here.

- (Poland) The National Science Center has a special program for researchers from Ukraine.
- (Sweden) The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research has individual grants for Ukrainian scientists.
- (Sweden) The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announces scholarships for Ukrainian scientists to perform research in Sweden.
- (Taiwan) Taiwan is offering scholarships for Ukrainian students and scholars.
- (USA) The National Academy of Sciences has a page for resources supporting Ukraine’s scientists, engineers, and health care workers.
- (USA) The American Mathematical Society has a page on resources for displaced mathematicians.

Finally, there are a number of institutes and departments who are willing to extend visiting or adjunct positions to such displaced mathematicians:

- (Australia) The Sydney Mathematical Research Institute has launched a Visitor Program for Displaced Mathematical Scientists from Ukraine.
- (Austria) The Erwin Schrodinger Institute has a Special Research Fellowship for Ukrainian Scientists.
- (Brazil) IMPA offers a program in support of mathematicians affected by war or persecution.
- (Canada) Augusto Gerolin‘s research group at the University of Ottawa has PhD and postdoctoral positions available; Ukrainian students are highly encouraged to apply.
- (Denmark) AUFF-Ukraine research fellowships at AIAS, Aarhus University
- (Germany) MathCoRe at the Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg supports visiting scientists affected by the current conflict. (Contact information contained in the link.)
- (Germany) Oberwolfach has a statement on Solidarity with Ukraine – support for Ukrainian scientists
- (Germany) Friedrich Alexander University (FAU) at Erlangen-Nuremberg has a page on assistance to Ukraine.
- (Israel) Tel Aviv University has launched an emergency fellowship fund for Ukrainian graduate students.
- (Israel) The Weizmann Institute of Science has a program to support visiting students and postdocs and encourages applications from Ukraine.
- (Israel) The Technion opened a specific budget to host undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, and faculty from Ukraine. Contacts: Ms. Ortal Arazi Minyan ortala@int.technion.ac.il (for students) and Ms. Lisa Aisman lisa@technion.ac.il (for postdocs/faculty)
- (Israel) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem opened an emergency aid for researchers and students from Ukraine. The invitation is for a period of up to four months.
- (Israel) Ben Gurion University has a program for students and researchers affected by the war. Contact: oiaa@bgu.ac.il
- (Italy) Politecnico de Milano welcomes Ukrainian students and researchers.
- (Luxembourg) The University of Luxembourg offers support initiatives for displaced researchers and students from Ukraine.
- (Netherlands) Utrecht University has a page containing Support from the Mathematical Institute for students, lecturers and researchers from Ukrainian universities.
- (Poland) The Polish Academy of Sciences offers help to Ukrainian mathematicians, including accommodation and employment. Contact: mail.amu.pan@gmail.com
- (Poland) The Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN) in particular offers such help to Ukrainian mathematicians. Contact: Piotr Achinger pachinger@impan.pl
- (Poland) The CS/math department of the University of Warsaw (MIMUW) also offers help. Contact: Piotr Achinger pachinger@impan.pl
- (Spain) A visiting position at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, aimed at Ukrainian nationals
- (UK) The London Institute for Mathematical Sciences is hiring five Arnold Fellows from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in theoretical physics and mathematics.
- (USA) My home department at UCLA, in cooperation with IPAM, is likely to have a position available for such mathematicians. Contact: Dimitri Shylakhtenko shlyakht@math.ucla.edu
- (USA) An announcement from Columbia University
- (USA) The mathematics department at Indiana University, Bloomington has several positions. Contact: Kevin Pilgrim pilgrim@iu.edu
- (USA) The mathematics department at Michigan State University may have up to two positions for mathematics faculty who are displaced by the Ukrainian crisis. Applicants are encouraged to contact a faculty member at MSU who will support their nomination.
- (USA) The mathematics department at Johns Hopkins University has 2-3 one-year visiting positions for next year, and is willing to waive some of the required documents for such applications for displaced persons. Contacts: David Savitt savitt@jhu.edu and Emily Riehl eriehl@jhu.edu.
- (USA) MIT could accept a few Ukrainian/Russian mathematicians as visitors. Contact: Pavel Etingof etingof@math.mit.edu
- (USA) Georgia Tech has a program for displaced students.
- (USA) George Mason University has a 2-year visiting scholar position in Math available starting Fall 2022, specifically targeting Ukrainian and Russian mathematicians affected by the crisis. Contact: Maria Emelianenko memelian@gmu.edu

If readers have other such resources to contribute (or to update the ones already listed), please do so in the comments and I will modify the above lists as appropriate.

As with the previous post, any purely political comment not focused on such resources will be considered off-topic and thus subject to deletion.

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2 March, 2022 at 1:44 pm

Andrew KosenkoColumbia sent a message on this topic just now; an excerpt is below:

“As hundreds of thousands of people are being forced from their homes, pouring into neighboring countries and nations across Europe, we, as an institution of learning, will expand the initiative we put in place for students and scholars displaced by the crisis in Afghanistan to include those seeking refuge from the war in Ukraine. We are eager to welcome these students and scholars to our campuses.”

Important to note – men between 18 and 60 are not currently permitted to leave Ukraine.

[Added, thanks – T.]2 March, 2022 at 1:52 pm

gpeccDear Terry,

Please check this initiative:

https://scienceforukraine.eu/

Some explanation is here:

https://genevasolutions.news/science-tech/meet-the-latvian-scholar-rallying-support-for-ukrainian-researchers?fbclid=IwAR27bUNtdkxbvCsX8DlnULlXIJNveVu8IvsGkdUieJbSdTfkyg-aOWyuujI

[Added, thanks – T.]2 March, 2022 at 2:03 pm

Evangelos BampasPAUSE, National program for the urgent aid and reception of scientists in exile (France)

https://www.campusfrance.org/en/pause-program-urgent-aid-scientists-exile

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 12:30 am

Piotr AchingerThank you for this post!

The Polish Academy of Sciences offers help to Ukrainian mathematicians, including accommodation and employment. Contact mail.amu.pan@gmail.com .

The Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN) in particular offers such help to Ukrainian mathematicians. Please contact me directly: pachinger@impan.pl

The CS/math department of the University of Warsaw (MIMUW) also offers help, though I don’t know of an official statement. Again, just contact me at pachinger@impan.pl and I will talk to people there.

The above are not listed (yet) on the map “Science for Ukraine”.

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 6:23 am

Radek AdamczakIn addition to Piotr’s answer let me mention two relevant web pages:

https://amu.pan.pl/en/pomoc-ukrainie/

https://institution.pan.pl/index.php/755-visits-of-ukrainian-scientists-to-pas

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 1:27 am

Andreas Thomhttps://www.humboldt-foundation.de/en/apply/sponsorship-programmes/philipp-schwartz-initiative

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 6:44 am

Kevin M. PilgrimIndiana University (Bloomington, Indiana) has several open positions. Inquiries may be sent to Chair Kevin Pilgrim at pilgrim@iu.edu .

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 7:48 pm

Anonymous@Terry: I think there are typos in “Indiana Math University” in your post.

[Corrected, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 7:16 am

praguencgtOpportunities in Czech Republic:

1. https://www.avcr.cz/en/news-archive/The-Czech-Academy-of-Sciences-supports-scientists-in-Ukraine/

2. https://www.nfneuron.cz/en

3. https://gacr.cz/en/support-for-ukrainian-scientists-and-students/

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 8:06 am

pascalThe ÖAW (Austrian Academy of Sciences) offers a special mobility program targeted at all Ukrainian scientists (including mathematicians) who had/have to leave their country:

https://stipendien.oeaw.ac.at/stipendien/jesh-ukraine

[Added, thanks – T.]3 March, 2022 at 10:45 am

AnonymousWill this leads to an influx of academics from Russia and Ukraine such that the new grads will be at a disadvantage on the job market? I heard sometime before (maybe in the 80s?), a lot of established Russian mathematicians came to the US, and left many new grads jobless. There is no way a new grad can compete with established mathematicians in terms of publication record.

3 March, 2022 at 3:00 pm

Yanky LandauAs a grad student myself (albeit in physics, not math) this does resonate with me. However, my framing for this is that Putin upended global stability; it happened and that’s that. The cost for some people will be their lives, for some their families, for some financial hardships that will cripple their entire lives, and for some a decreased probability in getting their first choice of job. I am very happy that I am only in the final category

3 March, 2022 at 1:00 pm

Christian LessigSee the section Ukrainian scientists on this page: https://www.mathcore.ovgu.de/index.php?show=joinus

[Added, thanks – T.]4 March, 2022 at 8:27 am

David SavittThe math department at Johns Hopkins has 2-3 one-year visitor positions for next year : https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/list/19628

Displaced mathematicians wanting to be considered for these could also contact me directly at savitt@jhu.edu, or Emily Riehl at eriehl@jhu.edu. The mathjobs application link asks for some materials, but this isn’t necessary if someone might have trouble getting the materials together.

[Added, thanks – T.]4 March, 2022 at 8:58 am

Gilles LancienTo complete the message by Evangelos Bampas (2 March 2022). The link to the French program PAUSE dedicated to Ukrainian researchers :

https://www.college-de-france.fr/site/programme-pause/PAUSE-Solidarite-Ukraine.htm

[Link added, thanks – T.]5 March, 2022 at 3:09 am

Manuela ZucknickAlso see this list of measures for Ukrainian scientists from the Guild, a European network of universities, including my own University of Oslo: https://www.the-guild.eu/news/2022/time-for-action-universities-supporting-researcher.html

[Added, thanks – T.]5 March, 2022 at 4:55 am

Ofir G.The Weizmann institute invites Ukranian graduate students and postdocs to apply to their Visiting Students Program. Information can be found at https://www.weizmann.ac.il/feinberg/supported-visiting-students-and-postdocs-program-ukrainians

I quote:

“The Feinberg Graduate School at the Weizmann Institute of Science invites advanced undergraduate, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers to apply to our supported Visiting Students Program. The program welcomes students from Life Sciences, Mathematics & Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, and Science Teaching to apply. Visitors will be hosted at one of our labs and will get monthly support of 5000 NIS for up to six months + accommodations + airfare.”

[Added, thanks – T.]7 March, 2022 at 2:17 pm

Radek AdamczakThere is also this initiative, apologies if it’s already listed (I can’t see it):

https://sites.google.com/view/ukrainian-mathematicians

[Added, thanks – T.]7 March, 2022 at 7:17 pm

AnonymousGood gesture. But aren’t men between 18 and 60 not allowed to leave Ukraine? So technically, these only apply to women mathematicians, which are very few.

8 March, 2022 at 8:48 am

Alexandra HaedrichPrompted by the events in Ukraine, the Centre de recherches mathématiques and the Institut des sciences mathématiques (Montreal, Canada) offer a program in support of mathematicians in distress due to war, oppression, and persecution: https://crm.umontreal.ca/InitiativeCRM-ISM/en/index.php

[Added, thanks – T.]8 March, 2022 at 11:07 am

jhschenkerThe Mathematics department at Michigan State University may have up to two positions for mathematics faculty who are displaced by the Ukrainian crisis. Those in need are encouraged to apply to the Michigan State University Research Associate position advertised at https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/list/18643 and contact a faculty member at MSU who will support their nomination.

[Added, thanks – T.]8 March, 2022 at 12:06 pm

Augusto GerolinPhD and Postdoctoral positions available in my research group at the University of Ottawa

https://mysite.science.uottawa.ca/agerolin/openpositions.html

Ukrainian students are highly encouraged to apply.

[Added, thanks – T.]9 March, 2022 at 8:16 pm

AnonymousSad news. She didn’t make it.

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Yulia Zdanovska. She was 21. One of Europe’s best young mathematicians, a winner of European Math Olympics in 2017. She died under RU shelling in Kharkiv the other day

26 March, 2022 at 11:42 pm

Tom CopelandI understand she chose to teach math to underprivileged children through Teach For Ukraine in her city and was killed in a missile attack while distributing aid. A pic of her shows her in a t-shirt on which was printed “Education lights a fire” from William Butler Yeats: “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” (History is repeating itself. The Scottish Cafe is in Lviv, which was Lwow, Poland, during and before WW II. Most of the Lwow school of mathematicians who authored The Scottish Book were either killed or emigrated to the U.S. War has no favorites.)

23 April, 2022 at 3:04 pm

Tom Copeland“Yulia’s Dream is a unique program based on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) dedicated to the memory of Yulia Zdanovskaya 💛💙

This is a free math research program for gifted pupils (9-11 grades) from Ukraine based on the world’s best technological university.

(https://www.facebook.com/oksana.matiyash.9/posts/5042207402530797)

25 April, 2022 at 8:26 am

Tom CopelandSorry, the deadline for entering this program has already expired,

9 March, 2022 at 11:30 pm

Jas, the PhysicistThank you Professor Tao.

10 March, 2022 at 12:36 am

Andriy HaydysMy home institution, ULB (ulb.be), is putting in place an emergency procedure to welcome Ukrainian students who have fled or plan to flee Ukraine because of the war. We offer the possibility to welcome you on our campuses for the upcoming months, free of charge, to attend a specific module we are currently designing for Ukrainian students. The module will include courses of French language for beginners as well as optional English. Enrollment is possible from Autumn 2022. More info via helpukraine@ulb.be

[Added, thanks – T.]11 March, 2022 at 5:30 am

AnonymousAnnouncement of fellowships at Aarhus University, Denmark: https://aias.au.dk/opportunities-at-aias/auff-ukraine-fellowships

[Added, thanks – T.]11 March, 2022 at 3:14 pm

Pavel EtingofThe mathematics dept at MIT could accept a few Ukrainian/Russian mathematicians as visiting.

[Added, thanks – T.]12 March, 2022 at 6:23 am

Saraí Hernández-TorresThank you for the list. I include two additional resources from Israel.

(Israel) The Technion opened a specific budget to host undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, and faculty from Ukraine. The announcement is in their social media accounts. https://twitter.com/TechnionLive/status/1500834929567047681.

Contact for students: Ms. Ortal Arazi Minyan (ortala@int.technion.ac.il), and for post-docs and faculty: Ms. Lisa Aisman (lisa@technion.ac.il). They are both from the Technion International Office.

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(Israel) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem opened an emergency aid for researchers and students from Ukraine. The invitation is for a period of up to four months. More details here: https://international.huji.ac.il/news/hebrew-university-emergency-aid-researchers-and-students-ukraine

[Added, thanks – T.]13 March, 2022 at 11:33 pm

Lior SilbermanHi Terry. Please note this initiative from the three Canadian granting agencies

https://science.gc.ca/eic/site/063.nsf/eng/98369.html

I’ll be personally happy to host graduate students in need.

[Added – thanks – T.]14 March, 2022 at 12:20 am

Mats GyllenbergThe Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters has a special grant program for Ukrainian researchers who want to carry out research in Finland, see

https://scientiarum.fi/eng/1660-2/

[Added, thanks – T.]14 March, 2022 at 1:00 am

Delio MugnoloThanks for this post.

The VW foundation offers a support scheme:

https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/funding/our-funding-portfolio-at-a-glance/funding-for-refugee-scholars-and-scientists-from-ukraine

Applicants should submit a proposal together with a host at a German university. I’ll be happy to support applicants, if so wished by them.

[Added, thanks – T.]14 March, 2022 at 8:14 am

Tom WardApologies if this has been mentioned, but there is also CARA: https://www.cara.ngo/

[Added, thanks – T.]14 March, 2022 at 4:29 pm

Michael RuxtonSpelling – Augusto Gerolin‘s research group at the University of [Ottawa]

[Corrected, thanks – T.]15 March, 2022 at 4:51 am

Radek AdamczakBerlin Mathematics Research Center also provides support:

https://mathplus.de/news/math-support-for-mathematicians-from-ukraine/

Btw, in the list above the information about Poland is merged with the one about UCLA (should be a separate bullet)

[Added and corrected, thanks – T.]15 March, 2022 at 5:45 am

Resources for displaced mathematicians￼ | Blog.CarlRobitaille.org[…] Resources for displaced mathematicians […]

15 March, 2022 at 8:39 am

Bo Berndtsson“As an extraordinary measure, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announces scholarships for Ukrainian scientists to perform research in Sweden”:

https://www.kva.se/en/utlysningar/stipendier-bidrag/for-ukrainska-forskare-att-verka-i-sverige

[Updated, thanks – T.]17 March, 2022 at 8:00 am

Sasha FishA new visitor program for displaced mathematicians from Ukraine at Sydney Mathematical Research Institute at the University of Sydney:

https://mathematical-research-institute.sydney.edu.au/ukrainian-visitor-program/

[Added, thanks – T.]21 March, 2022 at 5:53 am

Bianca SantoroThe German Mathematical Society (DMV) aims to support mathematicians from Ukraine at all stages in their career who might consider a visiting position, scholarship or other forms of scientific long-term stays in Germany. In cooperation with Mathematics Münster, applications from mathematicians from Ukraine and offers from German mathematical institutions will be coordinated via this website.

Please share this with everyone you may think could be interested: http://Go.wwu.de/math-for-ukraine

[Added, thanks – T.]21 March, 2022 at 5:26 pm

戰爭中的 AI：烏克蘭用臉部辨識俄羅斯士兵，但這只是小兒科 – 頭條新聞[…] Resources for displaced mathematicians […]

24 March, 2022 at 2:27 pm

Maciej DołęgaThere is a new program of the Polish Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the American National Academy of Sciences addressed to Ukrainian researchers fleeing the war. Details are here – https://institution.pan.pl/index.php/769-support-for-ukrainian-scholars

[Added, thanks – T.]26 March, 2022 at 11:08 pm

Tom CopelandThis might be useful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-SYbiYD3xM&list=PLtN4y3-8OaDELy-z7yAdVdoVjtFpnaLZj&index=458&t=170s

[Link added, thanks -T.]29 March, 2022 at 5:37 am

Inna EntovaBen Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel, has a program for students and researchers affected by the war:

https://in.bgu.ac.il/en/international/Pages/Financial-Aid.aspx.

Contact email: oiaa@bgu.ac.il

[Added, thanks – T.]1 April, 2022 at 4:20 am

G. PeccatiLuxembourg University has now implemented a number of initiatives for researchers and students fleeing Ukraine. They are all listed on the following webpage: https://wwwfr.uni.lu/ukraine

Similarly, Luxembourg’s National Research Fund (FNR) is now offering short-term positions for displaced researchers willing to join the research groups of existing grant holders: https://www.fnr.lu/temporary-fnr-support-for-researchers-who-have-fled-the-war-in-ukraine/

Some of the FNR ongoing grants pertain to the Department of Mathematics (the best way to obtain information about existing grants is to directly reach out to the Department of Mathematics: https://wwwfr.uni.lu/recherche/fstm/dmath)

[Added, thanks -T.]1 April, 2022 at 3:32 pm

Resources for displaced mathematicians - 2NYZ.com[…] resrcs for displaced mathematicians, terence tao’s collection of resrcs on his blog. […]

7 April, 2022 at 11:06 am

Dennis Keeler“New University in Exile Consortium programs are meant to instill a sense of belonging to an intellectual community and to decrease the sense of isolation and dislocation which exiled scholars suffer.” https://newuniversityinexileconsortium.org/programs/programs/

While these programs don’t connect scholars to jobs (as far as I can tell), they might help them adjust to new surroundings.

[Link added, thanks – T.]13 April, 2022 at 12:31 am

Наукова бібліотека ЧНУ імені Петра Могили інформує - Чорноморський національний університет імені Петра Могили - Чорноморський національ[…] Можливості для науковців у галузі математики; […]

18 April, 2022 at 2:56 am

AMS :: Resources for displaced mathematicians – beasiswa[…] Resources for Displaced Mathematicians, Terence Tao’s collection of resources on his blog. […]

11 May, 2022 at 5:29 am

Marcelo de Oliveira Terra CunhaThis is another Brazilian initiative for academics from Mathematical Sciences displaced (or in serious danger) by any war (not only Ukraine).

The Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computing (IMECC) at the University of Campinas (Unicamp) invites researchers in the Mathematical Sciences from countries involved in the conflict in Ukraine and other war-affected countries to apply for the Researchers at Risk Initiative, by the Sao Paulo Research Foundation (Fapesp):

https://fapesp.br/15402/initiative-researchers-at-risk

The scheme will cover scientific stays for 12+ months at any university in the state of Sao Paulo, as well as travel costs, under the following modalities:

— Visiting Researcher Award (PV), granted initially for up to 12 months, which may be reevaluated and extended at Fapesp’s discretion, under exceptional circumstances. Guidelines for the submission and selection of PV proposals are available at: https://fapesp.br/index.php/en/visiting

— Post-Doctoral Fellowship lasting up to 24 months, which may be extended. Guidelines for the submission and selection of Post-Doctoral Fellowships are available at: https://fapesp.br/en/postdoc

Applications must be sponsored by a local supervisor/host researcher; links to our established research groups can be found here:

https://www.ime.unicamp.br/en/research

Tentative applicants may contact our Research Coordinator at IMECC, Professor Marcelo Terra Cunha, at pqimecc@unicamp.br for further information, as well as assistance in matching with our research groups.

Furthermore, if no immediate collaboration can be locally established, we may assist in sharing individual profiles among groups in other Sao Paulo universities.

The call is currently open and applications will be processed as they are received, for expedited implementation, until the scheme’s closure on August 30th, 2022.

This is an equal opportunity call, and IMECC particularly welcomes applications from women and underrepresented groups in the Mathematical Sciences, regardless of religion, marital/maternity status, or migratory situation.

Please forward this message to any relevant persons or forums.

Yours sincerely,

Prof. Marcelo Terra Cunha

Research Coordinator | IMECC-Unicamp

Thanks for organising the efforts, Terence!

[Link added, thanks – T.]13 May, 2022 at 4:01 am

Інформаційний дайджест від Американських Рад з міжнародної освіти – Відділ аспірантури і докторантури[…] – Можливості для науковців у галузі математики: https://terrytao.wordpress.com/2022/03/02/resources-for-displaced-mathematicians/?fbclid=IwAR2ftspBq… – Конкурс на актуальні програми імені Фулбрайта: […]

7 June, 2022 at 6:22 am

Maria EmelianenkoGeorge Mason University (DC metro area) has a 2-year visiting scholar position in Math available starting Fall 2022, specifically targeting Ukrainian and Russian mathematicians affected by the crisis. Please send inquiries to Maria Emelianenko at memelian@gmu.edu

[Added, thanks – T.]12 January, 2023 at 6:27 am

AnonymousOne might want to add

(Germany) DFG – German Research Foundation – Special Programme for Ukraine:

https://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/announcements_proposals/2022/info_wissenschaft_22_65/index.html

[Added, thanks -T.]12 January, 2023 at 6:30 am

Anonymous… or, more generally:

DFG – Refugee Researchers:

https://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/proposal_review_decision/refugee_researchers/index.html