May 16-18, 2012, the Institut des sciences mathématiques (ISM) will be holding a summer
school for undergraduate and Master's students interested in continuing their studies
at the graduate level. The aim of the school is to present the ISM, its member universities,
and its research groups. Talks shall be given by:
Galia Dafni (analysis),
Franco Saliola (combinatorics),
Christiane Rousseau and
Frédéric Rochon (geometry and topology),
Jean-Philippe Lessard (applied mathematics),
Louis-Pierre Arguin (probability),
David Stephens (statistics), and
Matilde Lalin (number theory).
The talks shall be given at McGill University (May 16), the University of Montreal (May 17) and UQAM (May 18).
ISM Graduate Program in Mathematics
The ISM, a unique consortium of eight Quebec universities, offers a unified graduate program in the mathematical sciences. Through specialized courses and seminars, graduate students quickly become part of inter-university research groups, making the transition from student to researcher perfectly natural. The ISM works closely with the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM), a world-renowned mathematical research centre located in Montreal.
All interested students are welcome, and registration is free. Please register at: Registration.
Participants may apply for financial aid to cover travel costs to attend the School by sending transcripts, a letter of recommendation and a letter of motivation to the following postal or email address by April 25, 2012:
Institut des sciences mathématiques
Université du Québec à Montréal
Case postale 8888, succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal (Québec) Canada H3C 3P8
It would be helpful in your application if you mention which field of the mathematical sciences is of particular interest to you.
The full schedule is available here.
For accommodations, we suggest the McGill University Residences, located in downtown Montreal.
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