Events

Call For Proposals

Please note: AARMS is no longer accepting proposals at all times throughout the year. Instead, there will be three calls for proposals each year. The next deadline for submission is listed below.

We encourage mathematicians in Atlantic Canada 2016-ECCCto suggest programmes or themes for future AARMS activities in the region (workshops, conferences) and to submit all applications for funding to our online system. Proposals for short workshops are evaluated by the executive while larger conferences are referred to the Scientific Review Panel and responses will be given as quickly as possible. Proposals are usually expected to show a detailed program with a budget and a significant number of confirmed speakers. They must also include a budget table showing projected total revenues and expenses. In general AARMS is not in a position to fund indefinite continuing activities. Successful applicants will be expected to produce a report on their event.

We accept proposal submissions through our Online Workshops/Conferences Proposal System.  For more information visit our online services page.

Next Deadline for submission: May 15, 2017

Upcoming and Recent Events

AARMS Workshops, Minicourses and Lectures

  • CAIMS 2017 – Public Lecture
  • Organizers:  David Iron, Theo Kolokolnikov, Paul Muir
  • Location: Dalhousie University, Halifax
  • Date:  June 17 – 21, 2017
  • Contact Information: Paul Muir

AARMS-Sponsored Events

  • Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group
  • Organizers: Laura Broley, Annie Savard, Limin Jao
  • Location:  McGill University, Montreal
  • Date:  June 2-6, 2017
  • Contact Information: Laura Broley
  • The XI Americas Conference on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis
  • Organizers: Xiaoqiang Zhao et al
  • Location: University of Alberta, Edmonton
  • Date: August 12-19, 2017
  • NOTE:  travel funding available for students and postdocs from Atlantic Canada
  • Contact Information:  Xiaoqiang Zhao

AARMS is proud to sponsor high-quality activities in Atlantic Canada which significantly enhance research and the training of graduate students.

Past Events

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