AARMS invites nominations for two $5,000 graduate student scholarships to be awarded each year. These scholarships will recognize the brightest young mathematical scientists in the region and are open to graduate students registered at AARMS member universities in the Fall
The Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM), Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS), and Atlantic Association for Research in Mathematical Sciences (AARMS) have signed a joint long-term partnership agreement with the American Mathematical Society (AMS) to organize a plenary address
AARMS is inviting the Atlantic Canadian mathematical sciences community to submit Letters of Intent for its 2023 Collaborative Research Group (CRG) competition (deadline July 3). Successful CRG applicants will receive up to $50,000/year for two years. A Collaborative Research Group (CRG) consists
The Atlantic Association for Research in Mathematical Sciences is seeking a Director to provide scientific and administrative leadership. AARMS is a consortium supported by universities in the Atlantic provinces, provincial governments in Atlantic Canada, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering
We were saddened to hear news of the passing of AARMS Board Member Kai Liu. Dr Liu was an Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences at the University of Prince Edward Island, an Adjunct Assistant Professor
Congratulations to Jenny Lawson from the University of Calgary, who won the AARMS Award for her poster on Optimality and Sustainability of Delayed Impulsive Harvesting.
Congratulations to Irfan Javed and Caleb Wellbourn Jones, this year’s winners of AARMS Graduate Scholarships! Irfan Javed is a PhD student at the University of New Brunswick, supervised by Viqar Husain. Irfan Javed joined the quantum gravity group at UNB
Congratulations to Dr. Abdalaziz Hamdan Dr. Hamdan received his PhD from Memorial University in August, 2022, under the supervision of Dr. Scott MacLachlan, for a thesis entitled, Finite-element methods for fourth-order problems and smectic A liquid crystals. A key goal of
The Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute (formerly MSRI) will cover the travel and local expenses of 2-3 students from AARMS member universities to attend one of its Graduate Summer Schools (see the Summer School flyer and the listing below for more details). The
AARMS is pleased to announce that the winner of the AARMS Award for best student poster at the CMS 2021 Winter Meeting is Benoit Corsini of McGill University for his poster on Local minimum spanning tree optimization.