The Atlantic Association for Research in the Mathematical Sciences (AARMS) has received a three-year PromoScience grant of $90,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to support the annual All SySTEMs Go series of outreach events.
On May 11-12, 2019, AARMS hosted the second annual All SySTEMs Go event in collaboration with the Girl Guides of Nova Scotia. This year’s event involved nearly 500 girls aged 9-17 and almost 200 adult volunteers from the Guiding community.
A workshop entitled “Statistical analysis and machine learning with applications in medicine, biology, environmental sciences”, organized by Dr. Hong Gu, was held on May 9th and 10th at Dalhousie University. The workshop was co-sponsored by the CANSSI Maritime Statistical and
The 2019 AARMS Spring Newsletter is available for download.
The 2018 AARMS Annual Report is available for download.
The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) will cover the the travel and local expenses of 2-3 students from AARMS member universities to attend one of its Graduate Summer Schools (detailed description of Summer 2019 program). The rate for travel reimbursement
The AARMS 2018 Summer Newsletter is now available for download.
AARMS held its first Industrial Problem Solving Workshop (IPSW) during the first week of July at Dalhousie University. The four-day workshop was a great success with over 45 participants (6 industry reps, 28 students, 11 faculty) from across Atlantic Canada
Connecting Math to Our Lives and Communities is an AARMS supported outreach initiative focussed on Mi’kmaw and African youth in Nova Scotia. In this article, Dr. Lisa Lunney Borden (St. Francis Xavier) summarizes the 2017-18 edition of the program. On
On May 12-13, 2018, AARMS hosted a camp for over 500 Girl Guides from New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island at the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus. The goal of the camp was to expose girls aged 9-17 to