About the Conference
The first CUMC was held at McGill University in 1994. It was intended to strengthen the undergraduate math community by increasing collaboration and giving students the opportunity to discuss research. Each year, the conference is organized locally by university students from a Canadian institution, and is sponsored and co-organized by the Canadian Mathematical Society Student Committee (CMS Studc).
The core component of the CUMC is student talks. Each student has the opportunity to give a 25-minute lecture on any mathematical topic that they wish. In addition, the conference includes keynote lectures, panels, workshops, a poster session, and various social events. Although the conference is intended primarily for undergraduate students, anyone is invited to register and to give a talk. If you are considering a talk but would like some more information, please consult the FAQs, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.