Research Support Fund
To celebrate its centenary in 1983 the Society established a Research Support Fund (originally called 'The Centenary Fund') to give financial support to a variety of mathematical activities,
including research visits, conferences and publications.
Through this Research Support Fund, the Society supports a variety of mathematical activities of benefit to the broad mathematical community, particularly in Scotland.
The main criteria used to assess applications are their academic merit and benefit to the mathematical community (either individuals, groups or the mathematical community in general).
It may be used to top up support from other sources. Any application from a non-member must be counter signed by a member of the Society.
Typical Activities supported by the Society.
Plain text form for prospective applicants.