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 The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMSinvites the mathematical community to the  2021 online CMS Winter Meeting from December  2-7. All meeting activities are taking place online. Five days of prize lectures, plenary speakers, scientific sessions and panels, and mini-courses on December 2.


Registration is open. Registration will be open up to and during the meeting. CMS Members must be logged in to view member rates. Please see the registration page for rate details.

Those who register at the regular rate can purchase discounted titles from the CMS Book Series and have exclusive access to view the recorded talks after the event.

Abstract Submission

CMS invites all speakers to submit an abstract for their session or contributed paper.
New: You are now required to register for the meeting before you can submit an abstract.

MITACS Public Lecture

Caroline Colijn

Simon Fraser university

Friday December 3 | 16:30 - 17:30 (EST)
Plenary Speakers

Rediet Abebe

University of Californa Berkeley

Richard Hoshino

Northeastern university

Dimitris Koukoulopoulos


Doina Precup

McGill University

Prize Winners

Joseph Khoury

University of Ottawa
Adrien-Pouliot Prize

Luke Postle

University of Waterloo
Coxeter-James Lecture

Christopher Liaw

University of Toronto
CMS Blair Spearman Doctoral Prize


Some snapshots of Women in Mathematical History Panel

Tuesday, December 7, 11:30-12:30PM EST

Organizers: Nicolas Fillion and Maritza Branker

Moderator: Nicolas Fillion (SFU)
Speaker: David E. Dunning (Oxford,
Title: Constructing the ‘Home-side’ of a Scientific Legacy: Mary Everest Boole, Pedagogy, and Domesticity

Speaker: Margaret Stawiska-Friedland (Math Reviews,
Title: Women mathematicians with PhD in the interwar Poland
Speaker: Maritza M. Branker( Niagara University,
Title Black American Women Mathematicians: Past and Present

Scientific Directors

Nils Bruin (Simon Fraser University)

Nilima Nigam (Simon Fraser University)  

Scientific Organizing Committee

Anthony Bonato (Ryerson)
Chantal David (Concordia)
Sara Faridi (Dalhousie)
Terry Gannon (Edmonton)
Alexandre Girouard (Laval)
Patrick Ingram (York)
Lilia Krivodonova (Waterloo)
Liam Watson (University of British Columbia)