Ottawa Mathematics Conference

For senior undergrads, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers

Call for Contributors:
It is my great pleasure to invite graduate students, postdoctoral
researchers, and undergraduates from your department to par-
ticipate in the fourth annual Ottawa Mathematics Conference

The OMC is a two-day, student-organized conference to be held
on May 13-14, 2011 at the University of Ottawa. The purpose of
the OMC is to provide a venue for participants to showcase their
original research in a 20 to 25-minute presentation. There will
also be two invited speakers from Ottawa universities.

Graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and undergraduates
studying mathematics from universities across Ontario, Quebec,
and the Northeast United States.

There is no registration fee. Interested participants should e-
mail Camelia Karimianpour at with the
following information by Friday, April 29:

Contact information
Major area of research
Would you be interested in giving a talk?

If interested in giving a talk, please send a preliminary title and
abstract to by April 29. The deadline for
final abstracts is Friday, May 6. Abstracts should be submitted
as plain text or TeX file in your e-mail.

Refreshments will be provided, and a complimentary lunch will
be served on May 13.

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide financial support for travel 
and accommodation.  Nevertheless, participants from out of town are 
very welcome!

Keynote Speakers:
Yves Bourgault, University of Ottawa.
Paul Mezo, Carleton University.

Conference Organizers:
Jamal Al-Smail, Jan Cannizzo, Camelia Karimianpour, Joel Lemay, 
Jiang Mei and Fanny Santamaria Ramirez.

Conference Website:
Our website is

The organizers of the OMC gratefully acknowledge support from the 
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, the Faculty of Graduate and 
Postdoctoral Studies, and the Math Grad Students Association of 
the University of Ottawa.

Faculty members: 
Please encourage your graduate students, post-docs, and talented 
undergraduates to participate!

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