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Affiliated conferences at the University of Ottawa

June 1-3, 2020
The Ottawa Mathematics Conference (OMC) is a three day conference organized by the Mathematics and Statistics Graduate Student Association of the University of Ottawa. The conference aims to provide a venue for graduate students in mathematics and statistics to showcase their original research. This year we will also be offering mini-workshops, more information to come. The conference is hosted by the University of Ottawa and will be held from June 1-3, 2020. There will be three keynote speakers from Canadian universities. Undergraduate students and postdoctoral researchers are also welcome to attend and submit talks.
June 3 (6pm) to June 4 (6pm), 2020

The CMS Committee for Women in Mathematics, with support of the CMS and its institutional partners, periodically organizes workshops entitled Connecting Women in Mathematics Across Canada (CWiMAC). The purpose of the CWiMAC workshops is to support the career development of junior female academics in the Canadian mathematics community.

June 5-9, 2020

The 44th Annual Meeting of CMESG/GCEDM will be held at the University of Ottawa, in beautiful downtown Ottawa. The conference begins at 6:30 pm on Friday June 5th and ends at 12:30 pm on Tuesday June 9th.

June 9-12, 2020

The summer school will feature three lecture series covering diverse aspects of operator algebras and their applications:
Kate Juschenko (University of Texas at Austin) – Liouville property of groups and their actions.
Magdalena Musat (University of Copenhagen) – Operator algebras and quantum information theory
Stuart White (University of Oxford) – Structure and classification of C*-algebras.

There will also be a career talk by Sarah Reznikoff, and opportunities for contributed talks by participants

June 9-12, 2020

Foundational Methods in Computer Science is an annual workshop that brings together researchers in theoretical computer science and category theory. Past workshops have enjoyed talks in areas such as categorical quantum mechanics, restriction categories, database design, and the differential and resource logics. We will host tutorials and talks in several of these and related areas. We especially encourage graduate students to talk.