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Call for Education Sessions

2024 CMS Summer Meeting

The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) welcomes and invites education session proposals for the 2024 CMS Summer Meeting in Saskatoon from May 31 - June 3.


The education session proposals will be selected by the CMS Meeting Education Session Committee, which will also schedule the accepted sessions, in communication with their co-organizers.


Each proposal should follow the guidelines indicated in the call for Scientific Sessions. In addition, organizers are asked to specify the structure of their session (e.g., 20-minute talk followed by 5 minute Q&A and 5 minute transition; or a panel, or interactive session/workshop, etc.).

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Proposals should include:

(1) Names, affiliations, and contact information for all session co-organizers. Early career researchers are welcomed to propose sessions.
(2) A title and brief description of the topic and purpose of the session. This should include a brief paragraph of the subject. 
(3) Two to three sentence summary that will be posted on the CMS Meeting website if your proposal is selected.
(4) Indicate the number of time blocks needed. A block can be between 1 and 3 hours in length.
(5) A list of speakers who have confirmed or who expressed interest and are approached before submitting the proposal. An inclusive and diverse set of speakers is highly encouraged.
(6) The structure of your session. Traditionally, each presenter gets 20 minutes to talk, 5 minutes of Q&A, and a 5-minute buffer for transition. We are open to different formats as well, such as a panel, interactive session/workshop, 10-minute lightning talks, etc

The CMS kindly asks session organizers to consider all eligible abstract submissions for their session, as up to 30 speakers per session can be accommodated.

All sessions will take place from June 1-3, 2024. 

Submisson Form and Deadlines: 

Proposals should be submitted by Wednesday, January 31, 2024. Contact information is as follows:

Andie Burazin a.burazin@utoronto.ca 
 
With Elana Kalashnikov: e2kalash@uwaterloo.ca
Steven Rayan: rayan@math.usask.ca 
Jacek Szmigielski: szmigiel@math.usask.ca, and meetings@cms.math.ca in cc.

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