Please note, all meeting attendees (e.g. participants, session organizers and speakers, CMS members, and students) are required to pay the appropriate registration fee and wear their meeting ID badge. Non-registered attendees will be required to pay the appropriate onsite registration fee.
The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) strives to keep registration fees as low as possible. However, there are significant operational costs to stage each semi-annual meeting which are subsidized through grants and other CMS sources.
Registration fees are given in Canadian dollars. Registrants outside Canada will pay the corresponding fee in US$(calculated at a conversion factor of 1 CDN $1.00 = US$0.81). Payment may be made by cash, cheque (Canadian or US dollars), or by VISA or MasterCard. To qualify for the reduced rate, payment must be received by May 8; for the registration to be processed before the meeting, payment must be received by May 18. Receipts will be provided at the meeting.
Advantages of Pre-Registration:
Participants wishing to cancel their registration must notify the CMS (firstname.lastname@example.org) in writing 72 hours before the meeting to receive a full refund. CMS permits a full refund without any penalty to all attendees.
CMS has changed their policy so you are now required to register for the meeting before you can submit an abstract. The online abstract submission system enables this feature through a cross-verification with the meeting registration database.
Registration fees are given in Canadian dollars. Rates are subject to change.
May 9 – May 18
|CMS Members Regular|
|Organizers / CMS Fellows|
|CMS Student Member|
|Student – Non Member|
|Speaker – Non Member||$ 400||$ 425||$ 470|
|Postdoc, Retired, Pre-University Teachers, Unemployed – Members||$ 165||$ 185||$ 205|
|Postdoc, Retired, Pre-University Teachers, Unemployed – Non-Members|
Banquet and Celebration
|$ 90||$ 90|
|Prize Recipient (incl. 2 free banquet tickets)|
Plenary or Public Lecturer or Scientific Director (incl. 1 free banquet ticket)
|$ 0||$ 0|
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:
Fees are for one mini course