Canadian Mathematical Society and its Student Committee are inviting everyone to present their posters at the CMS Winter meeting in Montreal.

The AARMS-CMS Student Poster Session will take place on Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9. Everyone is encouraged to present a poster on a topic of their choice in either English or French. Presenters are asked to give a short (~3-5min) informal presentation to the judges; based on the content, organization, and presentation, the judges will choose the top 3 winners. Each winner will receive two complimentary tickets to the banquet on December 9th as well as $100 and a framed award certificate.

Check out http://cms.math.ca/Events/winter12/students or http://studc.cms.math.ca/ for more information and to register. Deadline is October 31st.

You can follow this and other Studc’s projects by liking us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/studcCMS.

 

CMS Studc.

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Hi everyone,

The Fall 2012 edition of the Notes from the Margin is now out. You can find it on our website http://studc.cms.math.ca/ or download it directly from the following link: http://studc.cms.math.ca/nftm/newsLetters/CMSS_newsletterFall2012.pdf.

If you have any comments or would like a paper copy to be sent to you and your Department, please e-mail us at student-editor@cms.math.ca. We also welcome submissions for the next issue due to come out in January 2013.

You can follow this and other Studc’s projects by liking us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/studcCMS.

Enjoy!
CMS Studc.

Canadian Mathematical Society and its Student Committee are inviting everyone to present their posters at the CMS Winter meeting in Montreal.

The AARMS-CMS Student Poster Session will take place on Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9. Everyone is encouraged to present a poster on a topic of their choice in either English or French. Presenters are asked to give a short (~3-5min) informal presentation to the judges; based on the content, organization, and presentation, the judges will choose the top 3 winners. Each winner will receive two complimentary tickets to the banquet on December 9th as well as $100 and a framed award certificate.

Check out http://cms.math.ca/Events/winter12/students for more information and to register. Deadline is October 31st.

Hi everyone,

The CMS Student Committee (Studc) would like to invite you to submit an article for the next edition of Notes from the Margin, which is due to come out in September 2012. We are accepting opinion pieces and math-related stories as well as concise research-related articles.

The Margin a semi-annual publication whose articles are intended for a wide audience and should be accessible to all the people in the mathematical community starting from the second/third year undergraduates. It is delivered electronically to virtually all the Canadian undergraduate and graduate math students. In addition, the hard copies of the Margin are sent to the math departments of all the Canadian universities. To check out the most recent issues, click on the Notes from the Margin link on our home page at http://studc.math.ca.

Please send your submission or any questions you might have about it to student-editor@cms.math.ca. Submission deadline is August 15th, 2012. For guidelines on submissions, please see http://studc.cms.math.ca/home/documents/guidelines.pdf.

To keep up to date with the events happening in the Canadian mathematical community, visit our website at http://studc.math.ca and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/studcCMS.

Regards,

CMS Studc.

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From: Jessica St-James <commsp@cms.math.ca>
Date: 2012/7/13
Subject: [cmath] Special opportunity for junior Canadian number theorists / Occasion privilégiée pour les jeunes théoriciens des nombres canadiens
To: cmath@cms.math.ca

Special opportunity for junior Canadian number theorists
CMS WINTER MEETING, DECEMBER 8-10, 2012, MONTREAL, QUEBEC

The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS), in partnership with the Tutte Institute for Mathematics and Computing (TIMC), intends to stage an additional Number Theory session as part of the upcoming 2012 CMS Winter meeting, on Thursday, December 6th and Friday December 7th, 2012.

Presentations on all aspects of Number Theory are welcomed.  TIMC is particularly interested in graduate student and postdoctoral participation by Canadian mathematicians, and some presentations at the special session may lead to intern research opportunities with TIMC.  Participants in this special session may be offered some travel and accommodation funding.

Anyone interested in making a presentation at this supplementary special session should send a proposal (in pdf files) to CMS.NumberTheory.2012@gmail.com by August 30th, 2012 which should consist of:

  • An abstract of their intended presentation put in the context of their research interests (no more than 100 words);
  • A brief CV (no more than two pages); and
  • A brief supporting letter from a research supervisor or research mentor, which must be sent separately with the candidate‘s name on the subject line).

Hi everyone,

CMS Student Committee is inviting you to present a poster at the AARMS-CMS Student Poster Session. The poster session will take place on June 3-4, 2012 at the site of the CMS Summer meeting in Regina.

This is great opportunity to present your research in a more relaxed atmosphere without the pressure of giving a talk. The poster can be on your current or previous research, it could simply be a survey of the topic you are planning to start your research in or even just a fun and interesting topic of mathematics. There will be judging and the top three posters will be awarded cash prizes as well as two complimentary banquet tickets each.

To register for the poster session and for more information, please go to http://cms.math.ca/Events/summer12/students. The deadline for the registration is April 30th.

All the best,
Student Committee.

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Hi everyone,

Notes from the Margin - Volume III: Cooking lessons with quantum Russians is now out.
You can find it on our newly updated web-site:
http://studc.math.ca/studc-nftm/CMSS_newsletterJAN12_v3.pdf.

As always, all feedback is welcome: simply e-mail us at student-editor@cms.math.ca.
Also drop us a note if you would like a paper copy to be sent to you and your Department.

The next issue is due in September 2012, but early submissions are always welcome.

Best,
CMS Studc.
The CMS Student Committee is looking for proactive mathematics
students interested in joining the Committee. Joining Studc is an
excellent opportunity to learn the organization of mathematics in
Canada and participate in Committee’s numerous projects, among which
are running student events at semi-annual CMS meetings, producing the
national student publication Notes from the Margin, overseeing the
organization of the Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference as
well as supporting local student math conferences and seminars. If you
are interested, or know someone who may be, please visit our web-site
http://studc.math.ca for more information.

To apply, please fill in the attached form and e-mail it to us at
chair-studc@cms.math.ca.

The nomination period will be open until April 15th, 2012. Decisions
will be made by May 1st, 2012.

Sincere thanks,
CMS Student Committee
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Dear Students,

On behalf of the Fields Undergraduate Network and the Canadian
Mathematical Society's Student Committee, I would like to invite
you to four math events that are being held this Friday.

Lecture by Professor Craig G. Fraser on the
History of Complex Analysis,
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (James Room)

Lunch with Professor Fraser at Richtree (444 Yonge Street),
12:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Panel Discussion on the Role of Mathematics in Industry,
2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. (Windsor Room)

CV Writing Workshop (pre-register here,
http://cms.math.ca/Events/winter11/student_workshop),
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. (James Room)

All events (except lunch) take place at the Delta Chelsea Hotel,
which is located at 33 Gerrard Street.

If you'd like to come to lunch, please RSVP by this Thursday at
noon to richard.cerezo@alumni.utoronto.ca

Lastly, please follow the links below to see posters for the events,

Lecutre on the Origins of Complex Analysis Poster
(http://www.flickr.com/photos/63196321@N07/6461977219/in/photostream/lightbox/)
Panel Discussion and CV Workshop Poster
(http://www.flickr.com/photos/63196321@N07/6461976291/in/photostream/lightbox/)

Sincerely,
Richard Cerezo
richard.cerezo@alumni.utoronto.ca
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Date: Wed, 02 Nov 2011 12:51:11 -0700
From: CMS Student Committee <studc-announcements@cms.math.ca>
To: undisclosed-recipients:  @MISSING_DOMAIN ;
Subject: [grad-students] CV Writing Workshop for students at the CMS Winter
meeting

***Please distribute as appropriate***
***We apologize for cross-posting***

Hi everybody,

CMS Student Committee is inviting you to take part in the CV Writing Workshop that will be held on December 9th at 4:00pm-5:30pm. This hands-on workshop will consist of a short presentation, followed by a discussion and peer-review of CVs. The participants are invited to submit their CVs ahead of time to help the workshop coordinators zero-in on common problem areas (your anonymity shall be preserved) and to get better constructive feedback. This workshop present a unique opportunity to improve your existing CV or to create your very first professional one and do so in a friendly supportive environment.

The CV Writing Workshop is a part of the CMS Studc Fields Trip. Other events of the day include a panel discussion on the role of mathematics in various sectors of industry as well as a student reception at the end of the day. So come join us for the panel and the workshop and stay for the reception.

For more information about the events and to pre-register for the workshop, please go to http://math.ca/Events/winter11/students.

All the best,
CMS Student Committee.
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