Acknowledging the IMA
If you would like to acknowledge the IMA in papers or other publications, here are some suggested acknowledgement statements.
Graduate Student Training Resources
Resources from the IMA Math-to-Industry Boot Camp and similar camps at other universities are available to support the development of graduate student training programs and internships in business, industry, and government (BIG). Read more about graduate student training resources.
Published since 1982, the IMA Preprint Series is designed to rapidly communicate important research results of IMA visitors during the annual program. Currently, more than 2,400 preprint papers are available for download. Read instructions for submitting a paper to the preprint series.
Most lectures given at the IMA are recorded and available for viewing in live-streaming format and later archived on our website for future viewing. These videos in the library are all available free of charge and are accessible to the general public.
The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, published by Springer-Verlag since 1986, are used to communicate results of the annual program that are of particular value to the broader scientific community.