This article does two things:
• John Baez, Simon Cho, Daniel Cicala, Nina Otter, and Valeria de Paiva, Applied category theory in chemistry, computing, and social networks, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, February 2022.
It urges you — or your friends, or students — to apply for our free summer school in applied category theory run by the American Mathematical Society. It’s also a quick intro to some key ideas in applied category theory!
Applications are due Tuesday 2022 February 15 at 11:59 Eastern Time — go here for details. If you get in, you’ll get an all-expenses-paid trip to a conference center in upstate New York for a week in the summer. There will be a pool, bocci, lakes with canoes, woods to hike around in, campfires at night… and also whiteboards, meeting rooms, and coffee available 24 hours a day.
You can work with me on categories in chemistry, Nina on categories in the study of social networks, or Valeria on categories applied to concepts from computer science, like lenses.
There are also other programs to choose from. Read this, and click for more details: