The CMS Executive Office will be closed for the holidays from Friday, December 23rd to Monday, January 2nd, inclusive.
We look forward to serving you in the New Year!
The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) invites you to join or renew your membership through our new CMS portal!
New members: The portal requires new members to provide their personal information and then complete a ‘member survey’. Upon completing the survey, you will be invited to submit payment.
Existing members: Upon visiting the portal and completing the first page, existing CMS members will receive a prompt to receive their new portal password via email. Please use the new password to log-in to your account. Once logged in, you will see an orange button that will allow you to renew your membership and complete the payment.
Please note that the CMS office will be closed from December 23 to January 2, inclusive.
If you have any problems with the membership portal during the holidays, please contact Yvette Roberts at email@example.com or by phone at (613) 733-2662 ext., 788.
Click 'more' to visit the portal.
The Society regrets to announce that former CMS President Dr. Paul George (Tim) Rooney passed away on December 16, 2016.
Dr. Rooney served as Editor of the Canadian Journal of Mathematics (CJM) from 1971-1975, as CMS President from 1981-1983 and as a member of the CMS Finance Committee from 1994-1996.
The CMS intends to publish an obituary in due course. Click 'more' to view Dr. Rooney’s obituary in the Globe and Mail.
The CMS Doctoral Prize Selection Committee invites nominations for the 2017 Doctoral Prize...
Violette’s incredible energy and passion have allowed him to work towards demystifying the subject of mathematics for students and the general public. Outside of teaching mathematics at the post-secondary level, Violette has kept busy with outreach activities, from conducting over 450 workshops benefiting nearly 17,000 students at local high schools, to initiating new programs and math competitions, which include concours de mathématiques Poincaré, concours de mathématiques de Möbius and concours de mathématiques de Sierpinski.
OTTAWA - The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) is pleased to announce that Vincent X. Genest is the recipient of the 2016 Doctoral Prize. Dr. Genest will receive his award and present a lecture at the CMS Winter Meeting to be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario, December 2-5, 2016.
The CMS annually awards the Doctoral Prize to a doctoral student from a Canadian university who has demonstrated exceptional performance in mathematical research. The Doctoral Prize recipients are selected primarily based on the impact of their results and the creativity of their dissertations; other activities and accomplishments in the area of mathematics are also taken into consideration.
Each student earned an award for Canada after competing against over 600 students at the world’s most challenging high school mathematics competition.
OTTAWA — Six of the country’s best mathematics students will represent Canada as part of Math Team Canada. Qi Qi (Phillips Exeter Academy), Kai Sun (AB Lucas Secondary School), Kevin Sun (Phillips Exeter Academy), Jinhao Xu (University Hill Secondary School), Ruizhou Yang (University Hill Secondary School), and William Zhao (Richmond Hill High School) will represent Canada at the 57th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Hong Kong from July 4-16.
OTTAWA – McGill University Associate Professor Louigi Addario-Berry is the recipient of the 2016 Coxeter-James Prize for his outstanding contributions to mathematical research. Louigi Addario-Berry works on the interface of probability and combinatorics, and “has emerged as one of the leaders of his generation in the area of discrete probability,” one referee said.
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OTTAWA – University of British Columbia Associate Professor Malabika Pramanik is the recipient of the 2016 Krieger-Nelson Prize for her outstanding research contributions. Pramanik uses analytical tools to answer questions about pattern identification in sparse sets; that is, in finding regular structures within sets that are otherwise very disordered and thin.
The winning design will appear on CMS T-shirts for more than 1,000 students across Canada.
The 48th Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO) will be held on Wednesday, March 30, 2016. In North America, South America, and Central America and in time zones covering these areas, the competition will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Elsewhere in the world, the 3 hour writing period will be arranged in consultation with the CMS. All exams will be proctored by officials who are not family-related to any of the participants being supervised.
The CMO is open only to students who have received a direct invitation from the Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS). The CMS will provide registration information to schools with eligible students in early March. Teachers must complete and submit the registration form with each student by March 18, 2016. Once registration is completed, the CMS will mail the competition kit directly to the exam proctoring official.