François Bergeron, member of LACIM, was awarded the title of 2021 Fellow of the Canadian Mathematical Society. For more details, see this page.
Vladimir Reinharz, regular member of LACIM, was awarded in 2021-2022 with a FRQS «research scholars» funding on the subject of «Prédiction de la perturbation des mutations sur les structures complexes d’ARN non-codant et leur fonction.»
François Bergeron will give a Grande conférence publique du CRM “Bach et les mathématiques de la Fugue” on Wednesday 17, 2021. The conference will be in French; more information on the event web page. Here is the conference video (in French).
Our member François Bergeron will host the concert “Symmetry, Bach & Math” from the Kitchener-Waterloo orchestra on January 15, 2021; more information on the event web page.
Our regular member Anne Bergeron is confirmed as a member of Research tools and instruments Committee for the Computer, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences for 2020-2021
Our regular member, François Bergeron, published an article in the Notices of the AMS entitledTurning a Zoom Talk into a Live Talk.
Our member Hugh Thomas contributed to the book Computational Mathematics with SageMath. The American Mathematical Society published a review in his July 2020 edition of the Bulletin of the AMS.
Stephen Melczer, who was a CRM-ISM postoctoral fellow at LACIM for 2019-2021, got a tenure-track position at University of Waterloo in 2020. Congratulations!
Our member Abdoulaye Diallo gives an interview on the article The professionals who predict the future for a living.
Due to the COVID19 crisis, this event has unfortunately been canceled. From this distinguished event website: After rapidly presenting how symmetries play an interesting role in nature, art, and science, François Bergeron and Jurgen Petrenko of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony will explain and illustrate how Bach uses mathematical symmetries in writing the scores for his music. This will partly...