"The London Mathematical Society will award grants up to £9,200 to mathematicians of excellent promise. The purpose of the grants is to support a period of study and research in mathematics between three and six months in the academic year 2014-15 at one or more institutions other than the holder’s home institution. They are intended to support promising researchers during the transitional period between having submitted their thesis and the start of their first post-doctoral employment.
The value of the grant will be calculated at £1,200 per month plus a travel allowance of up to £2,000.
At the time of the closing date applicants have to be UK residents. Successful candidates must have submitted their thesis within twelve months before the start of their grant period. Grant holders are allowed to teach up to three hours a week. Otherwise they are expected to spend their working time on study and research.
The deadline for applications is Friday 25 April 2014"