ICERM | |

Established | 2011 |
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Director | Brendan Hassett |

Address | 121 South Main Street |

Location | Providence, Rhode Island, United States 41°49′26″N 71°24′24″W / 41.824002°N 71.406663°W |

The **Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics** (**ICERM**), founded in 2011, is an American research institute in mathematics at Brown University, funded since 2010 by a grant from the National Science Foundation.^{[1]}

At the time of its founding, the institute was the eighth of its kind in the nation and the first in New England.^{[2]} It is located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island in a building it shares with the Brown University School of Public Health.^{[3]}

The Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM), hold numerous events and workshops throughout the year. Workshops range from one day events all the way up to week-long conferences and conventions.^{[4]} A notable ICERM workshop was, "Illustrating Mathematics" (2016), which brought mathematicians and digital artist together.^{[5]}

- Jill Pipher (2011–2016)
- Brendan Hassett (2016–present)

**^**"Brown's ICERM math institute awarded $23.7-million grant renewal".*EurekAlert!*. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). July 14, 2020. Retrieved 2021-12-27.**^**Long, Katherine (2011-03-08). "Hopes high at math institute's debut".*Brown Daily Herald*. Retrieved 2021-05-19.**^**Pipher, Jill (September 2013), "Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics" (PDF),*Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society*,**89**: 45–47.**^**Burke, Lilah (June 24, 2020). "Mathematicians urge cutting ties with police".*insidehighered.com*. Retrieved 2021-12-27.**^**Farris, Frank A. (5 April 2017). "With new technology, mathematicians turn numbers into art".*The Conversation*. Retrieved 2021-12-27.

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