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.

 Optimization strategies for transportation. October 31-November 4, 2016  

 Polyhedral geometry and partition theory. November 7-11, 2016  

 Global Langlands correspondence. December 5-9, 2016  

 Stability and moduli spaces. January 9-13, 2017  

 Zero forcing and its applications. January 30-February 3, 2017  

 Painleve equations and their applications. February 6-10, 2017  

 Trisections and low-dimensional topology. March 20-24, 2017  

 Fisher-Hartwig asymptotics, Szego expansions, and applications to statistical physics. March 27-31, 2017  

 Foundations of tropical schemes. April 10-14, 2017  

 Engel structures. April 17-21, 2017  

 Arithmetic golden gates. April 24-28, 2017  

 Entropy power inequalities. May 1-5, 2017  

*Mathematical questions in wave turbulence theory. May 15-19, 2017  

*Connecting communities via the block model. May 22-26, 2017  

*Phase transitions in randomized computational problems. June 12-16, 2017  

*Topology of the biomolecular world. July 24-28, 2017  

*Crouzeix's conjecture. July 31-August 4, 2017  

*Nonstandard methods in combinatorial number theory. August 14-18, 2017