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Publications

Latest issue of Canadian Journal of Mathematics – Volume 73, issue 2, April 2021

 

Latest issue of Canadian Mathematical BulletinVolume 64, issue 1, March 2021

 

Latest issue of the CMS Notes Volume 53, issue 3, June 2021

 

Latest issue of Crux Mathematicorum – Volume 47, issue 5, May 2021

 

Stacey Smith? (the question mark is part of her name) is a professor of disease modelling at the University of Ottawa. Using mathematics, she studies infectious diseases such as HIV, malaria, human papillomavirus, COVID-19, influenza, neglected tropical diseases… and zombies. She’s published over 100 academic articles; is a winner of a Guinness World Record for her work on modelling a zombie invasion; was the winner of the 2015 Mathematics Ambassador award, given by Canada’s Partners in Research association; and won the 2018 Society for Mathematical Biology Distinguished Service Award. She was the first University of Ottawa employee to transition… but won’t be the last! Outside of her day job, she has more than 20 books to her name, including Bookwyrm (ATB Publishing), Who is the Doctor, Who’s 50and The Doctors Are In (ECW Press), Look at the Size of That Thing! (Pencil Tip Publishing), as well as a Black Archive on Doctor Who and the Silurians (Obverse Books), guides to the wonderful world of Doctor Who. She’s also the editor extraordinaire of the Outside In series of pop-culture reviews with a twist (ATB Publishing), covering Doctor Who, Star Trek, Buffy, Angel, Firefly and The X-Files. Oh, and she’s the world’s leading expert on the transmission of Bieber Fever, but let’s not worry about that one.

National Indigenous History Month

Edward Doolittle is a member of Six Nations in southern Ontario and a mathematician. He earned his PhD in pure mathematics at the University of Toronto in 1997, and later studied the Mohawk language for a year in the Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa immersion program in Six Nations. He has taught mathematics, math education, and Indigenous Studies at numerous universities and colleges including University of Toronto, Six Nations Polytechnic, and University of Regina. He is currently Associate Professor of Mathematics at First Nations University where his research interests are Indigenous mathematics, including Indigenous statistics and Indigenous mathematics education, and pure mathematics.

Canadian Mathematical Society’s 2021 Class of Fellows Announced

(Jun 14, 2021) The Canadian Mathematical Society is pleased to announce the 2021 Class of Fellows consisting of 7 members from the Canadian mathematical community.

The CMS Mourns the tragic murder of 4 Muslim Canadians

(Jun 10, 2021) The Canadian Mathematical Society is saddened and horrified by the hate crime earlier this week that ended the lives of 4 Muslim Canadians, and 3 generations of the same family, in London, Ontario.

The CMS Offers Its Condolences to the Families and Communities of the 215 Kamloops Residential School Children

(Jun 2, 2021) The Canadian Mathematical Society is saddened and horrified by the discovery of the remains of over 215 children on the site of a former residential school in Kamloops.

Dr. Kseniya Garaschuk to receive the 2021 Graham Wright Award for Distinguished Service

(May 18, 2021) OTTAWA — The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) is pleased to announce that Dr. Kseniya Garaschuk (UFV) has been named the recipient of 2021 Graham Wright Award for Distinguished Service. 

The CMS Honours the Memory of Dr. Alfonso Gracia-Saz

(May 10, 2021) The Canadian Mathematical Society is extremely saddened by the news of Dr. Alfonso Gracia-Saz’s passing from COVID-19.

​The CMS is very grateful for the support of its sponsors.

The CMS Student Committee (Studc) was created to help the Society serve the needs of university students. The Committee aims to develop and support the community of mathematics students across Canada.

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