Annual Meeting

Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society

June 24-27, 2024

Kingston, ON

Latest News

  • Due to construction, participants may want to use this map to walk between the BioSciences Complex and the Chernoff Hall/Stirling Hall area.
  • The full Technical Program is now available.
  • Early bird registration is now closed. Regular registration remains available until the first day of the conference. Please make sure to only use the link provided on our REGISTRATION page which leads to a Queen's University Financial Services website.
  • Abstract submission is now closed. If you are part of a mini-symposium and missed the abstract submission deadline, please contact your mini-symposium organizer.
  • Schedule overview is now available.

Special Events

June 17-21, 2024

The Queen's Mathematics Summer School is open to undergraduate and Masters students who are interested in spending one week learning exciting, cutting-edge mathematics on the beautiful campus of Queen's University by the shores of Lake Ontario. There will be three courses, each with 9 hours of lecture time over the week.

The Canadian Symposium on Fluid Dynamics (CSFD) has played an indispensable role within the Canadian applied mathematics community. In 2024, it will proudly mark its 50th anniversary. This significant event will coincide with CAIMS 2024. The CSFD is custom-tailored for applied mathematicians, engineers, and biologists, and covering topics from theoretical PDEs to computational and numerical challenges.

Plenary Speakers

  • Alexander Anderson

    Alexander Anderson

    Moffitt Cancer Centre

  • Jeff Calder

    Jeff Calder

    University of Minnesota

  • Jim Gatheral

    Jim Gatheral

    City University of New York

  • Marta Lewicka

    Marta Lewicka

    University of Pittsburgh

  • Annalisa Quaini

    Annalisa Quaini

    University of Houston

  • Sebastian Reich

    Sebastian Reich

    University of Potsdam

  • Susanna Terracini

    Susanna Terracini

    Università di Torino

Public Lecture

Ram Murty

Ram Murty

Queen's University

Minisymposium Proposal

Minisymposium proposal submission is now closed.
  • Minisymposia will consist of 120 minute blocks containing four (4) talks per block.
  • Each talk will be 25 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions and transition.
  • Minisymposium proposals should consist of 4 to 16 speakers.
  • Minisymposium organizers will be contacted with details on how to schedule talks.
  • While all the minisymposia will take place in person, if necessary, it is possible to have a few virtual speakers as part of a submission. We do prefer, however, to keep the number of online talks to not more than 1/3 of the talks in each submitted minisymposium.
  • Review of proposals for minisymposia will begin March 1, 2024.
  • To ensure your proposal is considered, we advise submitting as soon as possible.

OPENS: December 1, 2023
CLOSES: February 29, 2024 March 14, 2024
Designed by Cesar Aguilar