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CMS 75th+1 Anniversary Summer Meeting, Ottawa

 The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMSinvites the mathematical community to the CMS 75th +1 Anniversary Summer Meeting 2021 online from June 7-11. All meeting activities are taking place online. Five days of prize lectures, plenary speakers, scientific sessions and panels, and mini-courses on June 4.

Registration

Registration is open. Registration will be open up to and during the meeting. CMS Members must be logged in to view member rates. Please see the registration page for rate details.

Those who register at the regular rate can purchase discounted titles from the CMS Book Series

Abstract Submission

CMS invites all speakers to submit an abstract for their session or contributed paper.
New: You are now required to register for the meeting before you can submit an abstract.

Public Lecture

University Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing

University of Ottawa   

Plenary Speakers
Henri Darmon

Mcgill
University

Moon Duchin

Tufts
University

Matilde Marcolli

University of
Toronto

Aaron Naber

Northwestern
University

Ian Putnam

University of
Victoria

Prize Winners

Alfonso Gracia-Saz

University of Toronto
excellence in teaching

Joel Kamnitzer

University of toronto
jeffery-williams Prize

Anita Layton

University of waterloo
Krieger-Nelson Prize

Panels

CMS/CMESG Joint Panel : Data Literacy

What are the competencies that people need to access data literacy? What are the implications for the classroom?

Coming Soon

Panel Discussion on Supporting Indigenous Students in their transition to University math

Friday June 11 | 12:30 – 14:00 EDT

How can university and high school instructors, administrators, and other stakeholders help to support Indigenous students to success in first-year university mathematics courses? This transition is arguably one of the most difficult in many students’ university careers and outcomes in first year math courses may impact students’ decisions to continue in science or or science-related fields (i.e. professional health programs). In this panel we will hear from some experts in helping Indigenous students to manage this transition. We can discuss specific challenges that Indigenous students might face, as well as ways to help engage them and motivate them in first-year math courses.

Scientific Directors

Ailana Fraser (University of British Columbia) 

Monica Nevins (University of Ottawa) 

Mateja Šajna (University of Ottawa)   

Scientific Organizing Committee

Benoit Collins

Kyoto
University

Anita Layton

University of
Waterloo

Kathryn Mann

Cornell
University

Robert McCann

University of
Toronto

Ram Murty

Queen's
University

Sponsors