University of Alberta, June 24 - 27, 2016
Student Poster Session
Organizer: Svenja Huntemann (Dalhousie) firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are encouraged to present a poster with a topic of their choice on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26. To register for the poster session, the abstract has to be submitted and registration has to be paid by May 13.
Setup will take place on Friday, June 24 starting at 3:00 pm, or on Saturday, June 25 before 8:30 am. Presenters are asked to give a short (~3min) presentation to the judges and remain at their posters during judging to answer questions. The winners will be announced following the judging time period. Prizes are awarded at the banquet on Saturday, June 25 to the three best poster presenters, based on content, organization, and presentation. Each winner will receive two complimentary tickets to the banquet as well as $100 and a framed award certificate.
Congratulations to the award winners!
AARMS Award - Harry Richman (Michigan)
CMS President's Award - Hannah Brown (Alberta)
CMS Student Committee Award - Kai Fender (Lethbridge)
Student Research Presentations
The Canadian Mathematical Society Student Committee (CMS Studc) invite students (undergraduate and graduate) to present a talk on a topic of their choice on June 24th and June 25th at the Student Research Presentations Session during the 2016 CMS Summer Meeting in Edmonton, AB.
These presentations should introduce the student’s research to a general mathematical audience. If requested by the presenter, an experienced mentor will be available to provide feedback on the talk.
Any questions about the student sessions should be directed to the student session organizers, Muhammad Khan and Kyle MacDonald, at email@example.com
To register for the session, contact the organizers of the session with a draft abstract by April 30th. Notice of acceptance will be given by May 2nd. Abstracts submitted after this deadline will be considered if space remains.
Presenters will also have to register for the meeting, which can be done through this form. Student members of the CMS who are presenting a poster or talk have significantly reduced registration costs ($30 until May 6th, $45 thereafter). If you are not currently a member of the CMS, talk to your department chair about the possibility of becoming a university-sponsored student member for a reduced fee.
There is a limited amount of travel support available for graduate students. The deadline for applications to this fund is April 30th. The application form is available here and more information on these funds can be found on this page.
The Canadian Mathematical Society Student Committee (CMS Studc) invites student attendees to join us for food and drink at this year’s Student Social on Friday June 24th at Devaney's Pub during the 2016 CMS Summer Meeting in Edmonton, Alberta. Studc will be providing complimentary appetizers, as well as the first round of drinks.
Devaney's Pub is located on campus at 11113 87 Ave NW, approximately a 10-15 minute walk east
of the Lister Centre. Studc members will be arriving at the pub at 8:00 PM sharp. Please visit
for walking directions to the restaurant.
Graduate Student Travel Support
With the support of CRM, the Fields Institute, and PIMS grants are available to partially fund the travel and accommodation costs for bona fide graduate students at a Canadian or other university. Preference is given to Canadian students. To apply for this funding, applicants should ask their supervisor or departmental graduate advisor to complete the online application form no later than April 30.
Applicants will be notified late in September of the funding decision. If successful, the student will receive a cheque for reimbursement of expenses after the meeting and upon completion and submission of the standard Travel Expense Claim Form, along with appropriate original receipts.
For more information, please contact the Meeting Committee.
Application Form - Please click here to access the online application. All those who submitted applications will hear from the Canadian Mathematical Society in late September.