Funding
We thank the National Science Foundation, which has funded the Macaulay 2 project through the following direct grants.
- Collaborative research: a software system for algebraic geometry research, David Eisenbud, Daniel R. Grayson, Michael E. Stillman, 2010-2015, NSF DMS 10-02171 $674667 MSRI, NSF DMS 10-02210 $525333 Cornell.
- Collaborative research: a software system for algebraic geometry research, Daniel R. Grayson, Michael E. Stillman, David Eisenbud, 2008-2010, NSF DMS 08-10909 $142000 Cornell, NSF DMS 08-10948 $139999 UIUC, NSF DMS 08-10918 $18000 Berkeley.
- Collaborative research: a software system for algebraic geometry research, Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman, 2003-2008, NSF DMS 03-11806 $589010 Cornell, NSF DMS 03-11378 $251345 UIUC.
- A software system for algebraic geometry research, Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman, 1999-2002, NSF DMS 99-70085 $159359 UIUC, NSF DMS 99-70348 $207369 Cornell.
- A software system for algebraic geometry research, Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman, 1996-1999, NSF DMS 96-22608 $132018 UIUC, NSF DMS 96-23232 $135956 Cornell.
- A software system for algebraic geometry research, Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman, 1993-1996, NSF DMS 92-10807 $230000 UIUC, NSF DMS 92-10805 $225000 Cornell.
We are also grateful for the following indirect support.
- A Macaulay2 workshop in Minneapolis at the The Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), Monday, July 25, 2011, through Friday, July 29, 2011, organized by Anton Leykin and Sonja PetroviÄ‡, and funded by the IMA and by the National Science Foundation through grant NSF DMS 10-02171.
- A Macaulay2 workshop at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sunday, August 8, 2010 through Thursday, August 12, 2010, organized by Amelia Taylor, and funded by the National Security Agency through grant H98230-10-1-0218 and by the National Science Foundation through grant NSF DMS 09-64128 for $22768.
- A Macaulay 2 workshop in Berkeley, California, Friday, January 8, 2010 through Tuesday, January 12, 2010, organized by Amelia Taylor and Hirotachi Abo with David Eisenbud, Daniel R. Grayson, and Michael E. Stillman, and funded by: the National Security Agency through grant H98230-09-1-0111; and by the National Science Foundation through grant NSF DMS 09-64128 for $22768.
- Implementing algebraic geometry algorithms, October 26 to October 30, 2009, a workshop taking place at the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), Palo Alto, California, and funded by it and by the National Science Foundation; organized by Hirotachi Abo, Anton Leykin, Sam Payne, and Amelia Taylor. For details about participants and their contributions see details.