KITP News Archive

KITP Call for Proposals

Now is the time to submit program pre-proposals or full proposals for the 2022-2023 academic year. Our activities consist of 2-4 month focused research programs. Pre-proposal submissions need not be elaborate — a title, at least two paragraphs explaining the idea, and suggestions for 2-4 organizers and 10-15 key participants, keeping in mind KITP's commitment to diversity and inclusion of under-represented groups. If you feel that your proposed program would benefit from a four day conference, please tell us how you see such an event impacting your program.
Proposed coordinators must be willing and able to spend most of the program in residence at KITP. Members of the advisory board will review these pre-proposals and encourage the development of promising ones into full proposals in advance of the late February 2021 board meeting. 

Waves of Change: KITP collaborators create a computational framework for fluid dynamics

The 2014 Wave-Flows program at the KITP was the ideal place to formulate Dedalus, an open-source computational framework that solves intricate classes of problems accurately and efficiently. Potential applications for Dedalus include fluid, chemical, radiation and biological transport problems in stars, planets, and laboratories.

Update from the Director

Monday, July 06, 2020

Dear KITP Community,

Since the start of the pandemic, KITP has been working with every program scheduled for calendar year 2020 to facilitate continued scientific progress. (read more)