The Canadian Mathematical Society is pleased to announce the introduction of a new Fellows Program. The Inaugural Class of Fellows consists of 49 members from the Canadian mathematical community. The Inaugural Class of Fellows will be recognized at the CMS Winter Meeting Banquet, Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver, December 9, 2018.
CMS Inaugural Class of Fellows:
|Edward Barbeau||Nassif Ghoussoub||Sherman D. Riemenschneider|
|Martin Barlow||Shawn Godin||David L. Rodgers|
|Michael Bennett||Edgar Goodaire||Christiane Rousseau|
|Edward Bierstone||Bernard Hodgson||Yvan Saint-Aubin|
|George Bluman||Jacques Hurtubise||Thomas Salisbury|
|David Borwein||John Frederick Jardine||Bill Sands|
|David Boyd||Joseph Khoury||Gregory G. Smith|
|Lia Bronsard||Peter Lancaster||Catherine Sulem|
|H.E.A (Eddy) Campbell||Anthony To-Ming Lau||Srinivasa Swaminathan|
|Kenneth R. Davidson||Mark A. Lewis||Peter D. Taylor|
|Donald Dawson||Miroslav Lovric||Keith F. Taylor|
|Gerda deVries||Ram P. Murty||James G. Timourian|
|Michel Delfour||V. Kumar Murty||J. Harley Weston|
|Michael Doob||Richard Nowakowski||Robert E. Woodrow|
|Malgorzata Dubiel||Renzo A. Piccinini||Graham P. Wright|
|Peter Fillmore||David G. Poole|
|Ailana Fraser||Malabika Pramanik|
About the CMS Fellows Program
The Fellows Program was instituted to recognize mathematicians who have made very significant contributions to the profession and to the Canadian Mathematical Society. The Fellowship recognizes CMS members who have made excellent contributions to mathematical research, teaching, or exposition; as well as having distinguished themselves in serve to Canada’s mathematical community.
Induction to the Inaugural Class of Fellows was based upon CMS members who have been a recipient of a CMS prize or award for outstanding contributions for research, education, exposition or service to the Canadian mathematical community or to the CMS. The CMS Fellows Selection Committee will be responsible for the approval of future CMS Fellows.
About the Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS)
Founded in 1945, the CMS is the main national organization whose goal is to promote and advance the discovery, learning and application of mathematics. The Society’s activities cover the whole spectrum of mathematics including scientific meetings, publications, grants, math camps and national and international mathematics competitions, as well as awards and prizes that recognize outstanding achievements.