Canadian Mathematical Society, Ottawa, ON K1G3V4
613-733-2662 ext 733
meetings@cms.math.ca

Registration

75th anniversary CMS 2021 SMC 75e anniversaire: Ottawa

Please note, all meeting attendees (e.g. participants, session organizers and speakers, CMS members, and students) are required to pay the appropriate registration fee.

This 75th year of the CMS was a challenge for the Society, which has historically used your registration fees at its semi-annual meetings to help offer its many services in support of the Canadian mathematical community.  But we are strong and will endure!   Your support helps us expand our programs and continue to offer affordable rates to junior researchers.

To make the meeting accessible for all and to balance the needs of your Society, we are offering two tiers of registration rates from which to choose.  The discounted COVID rate is significantly lower. We encourage all researchers who are able to do so to register at the regular rate, which includes access to several special value-added features:

Registration of Other Attendees
If you wish to register someone else to the conference and pay their registration fee, please sign on to your account, select the appropriate category, and add their name to the attendee contact details page.  If you wish to add more than one attendee, click continue shopping to get a new page.
 
Refund Policy 
Participants wishing to cancel their registration must notify the CMS (meetings@cms.math.ca) in writing 72 hours before the meeting to receive a partial refund. Please note there is a 10% administrative cancellation fee.
 

Abstracts
CMS has changed their policy so you are now required to register for the meeting before you can submit an abstract. The online abstract submission system enables this feature through a cross-verification with the meeting registration database.

Registration Fees
Registration fees are given in Canadian and US dollars. US and Canadian rates are the same.

 Regular rate Discounted Covid rate
CMS Member Regular$150$60
Organizer / CMS Fellow$120$45
CMS Student – Member$50$25
Student – Non Member$80$50
Speaker – Non Member$200$80
Postdoc, Retired, Pre-University Teacher, Unemployed – Member$80$35
Postdoc, Retired, Pre-University Teacher, Unemployed – Non-Member$120$50
Non-Member$250$120
CMS Member: College, Cegep, K-12 Teachers, education committee$30$20
Non-Member: College, Cegep, K-12 Teachers$50$40

Please note that CMS members need to be logged in to see the member rates. 

Canadian Mathematical Society Mini Courses

The CMS is organizing three-hour mini-courses to add more value to meetings and make them attractive for students and researchers to attend.

The mini-courses will be held on Friday afternoon, June 5th, before the public lecture, and include topics suitable for graduate students, postdocs and other interested parties. 

Registration fees for the mini courses are: 

 

Regular rate

 Fees are for one mini course

 

Students/Postdocs (members)

$50

  
Students/Postdocs (non-members)

$75

  
CMS Members

$100

  
CMS Non-Members

$150

  

Membership

By becoming a CMS member, you will be making a real difference to mathematics in Canada. Your participation and support will add strength to the national voice of Canadian mathematics.

This year only, new members, excluding students and lifetime, will receive 2 years of membership for the price of one year!

If you belong to another participating mathematical society such as AMS or other reciprocal societies and reside outside of Canada, you can get 50% off the price of your membership!

To see a full list of member benefits, click here.

Please follow these easy steps:

  1. Select the membership category that best describes your current situation;
  2. Consider making a donation to further support CMS activities;
  3. Read the terms and conditions of membership; and
  4. Complete the online application on the CMS portal.  Before you create a new account, please verify that you don’t already have an account with CMS on the portal.  

For more information, please contact the CMS Membership department at memberships@cms.math.ca.