I'm applying for jobs, and I am frustrated that I haven't yet found a nice 'master list' of thematic programs at various institutes in the coming year. I'm talking about semester-long or year-long programs in a topic, with the aim of assembling a bunch of young mathematicians in field for that length of time.

The ones I have found so far are:

- Random Matrix Theory, Interacting Particle Systems and Integrable Systems (MSRI, Fall 2010)
- Inverse Problems and Applications (MSRI, Fall 2010)
- Free Boundary Problems, Theory and Applications (MSRI, Spring 2011)
- Arithmetic Statistics (MSRI, Spring 2011)
- Asymptotic Geometric Analysis (Fields, Fall 2010)
- Dynamics and Transport in Disordered Systems (Fields, Spring 2011)
- Galois Representations and Automorphic Forms (IAS, Full Year 2010–2011)

And here are other 2011 programs:

- Discrete Geometry and Applications (Fields, second half of 2011)

certainlyof interest to mathematicians! Community wiki means that it's easier to edit questions and answers (i.e. you need less reputation), and also that no one gains reputation from questions and answers. Any question that hopes to produce a "sorted list of answers" should generally by community wiki. Also, any "soft" questions should be community wiki, mostly so they don't look like cheap attempts to garner reputation. Use your own judgement on this one, it's not essential but might help producing better organised answers. – Scott Morrison♦ Oct 24 '09 at 7:03