A word from the CSC Exec: The CUMC is not just about Pure Mathematics, Computer Science as a mathematical discipline is also welcome and a part of the conference, keep that in mind as you read the following message from the organizers:
Registration for the 17th Annual Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is now open!
Don't miss an exciting opportunity this summer! Travel to the University of Waterloo from July 6th to July 10th, and take part in the premier Undergraduate Mathematics event in North America.
Visit the conference website at: http://cumc.math.ca
Click on the Registration tab to sign up early! Registration fees will be going up at the beginning of the summer.
If you are an Undergraduate student who is interested in Mathematics, don't miss this year's conference. It's a fantastic opportunity to travel, learn more mathematics and meet other talented students.
-What is the Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference:
The Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (CUMC) is an annual gathering of undergraduate students with interests in the mathematical sciences. It is the largest event of its kind in North America. Each year it attracts over a hundred students of all abilities, from diverse fields such as pure math, applied math, physics, economics, bioinformatics, statistics, computer science, mathematical finance, and actuarial science.
The 17th CUMC will be held at the University of Waterloo (located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) from July 6 to July 10, 2010. We encourage students who are interested in any math-related field to participate. This is a great opportunity to not only learn about new areas of mathematics, but also to meet students from across the country with similar interests, and to practice giving a mathematical talk (which is encouraged but not required).
-Why attend the CUMC?
The CUMC is a unique event in North America. No other conference has run seventeen consecutive years for undergraduate students, by undergraduate students. The conference provides an inclusive, non-competitive environment for students with interests in Mathematics. There students of all abilities can meet, exchange ideas and socialize with others interested in math. The conference is an invaluable opportunity to learn, travel and become exposed to the broader mathematical world.
Signed: the 2010 CUMC organizing committee