In this informal and interactive presentation, winner Richard Hoshino will present four of his favourite math problems, and share stories of how these problems have led to authentic mathematical experiences for both high school students and undergraduates.
CMS Public Lecture by Edward B. Burger
or "You can sum some of the series some of the time, and some of the series none of the time...but can you sum some of the series all of the time?"
As part of Faculty of Mathematics 50th anniversary celebration at the University of Waterloo, this conference aims to bring leading academic researchers and practitioners together to share recent advances in predictive analytics with applications in insurance and risk management, as well as experiences and best practices on a wide range of topics around this theme in the insurance industry.
Lucia Turin and Saskia Wilson-Brown
Second, third and fourth-year undergraduate students are invited to come out and learn more about graduate studies in Faculty of Mathematics.
There will be an overview of Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Mathematics including a brief description from:
Take a faculty tour, visit the residences you're interested in, attend program information sessions, learn about key campus services, and meet with academic and co-op experts.
A printed Fall Open House guide will also be available when you arrive on campus.
If you haven't already, you can register to let us know you'll be attending.
Join fellow alumni, and Stephen M. Watt, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, in Montreal for an inspiring alumni event. Celebrating the Female Tech Trailblazer will feature short, ted-style talks highlighting speakers’ incredible contributions to technology and the work being done to remove the barriers for young women considering a career in tech.
You’re invited to catch up with your classmates from Waterloo Math and Engineering, hear what’s new on campus, and meet local students working in the area. Let’s celebrate Canada’s 150th and UWaterloo’s 60th birthday together!
The annual Bridges Conference, will be hosted this year by the University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics.
This conference brings together an interdisciplinary group of mathematicians, scientists, artists, educators, musicians, writers, computer scientists, sculptors, dancers, weavers, model builders, weavers and many others in an atmosphere of mutual exchange and inspiration. 300 participants from six continents will gather in Waterloo.
Visit the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science 50th anniversary site for details.
Math 101 is a one-day, free program for all incoming Math undergraduate students and their parents or family members.
The Faculty of Mathematics is hosting a networking reception for all Math/CS alumni living in the San Francisco area in honor of the Faculty's 50th Anniversary!
Join us and your fellow alumni on Tuesday, July 18th for drinks and appetizers at The Hidden Vine.
Visit the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization site for information on IPCO 2017
Waterloo's Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience invites everyone to an open house, the culmination of a two-week workshop that teaches researchers how to build sophisticated brain models. These international experts will demonstrate large-scale brain models running on laptops, robots, and specialized brain-like computers while simulating neural functions.
The Faculty of Mathematics is exceptionally proud of our alumni for their outstanding accomplishments, innovation, and achievements within their research, communities, and professions.
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF THE FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS & THE DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS AND ACTUARIAL SCIENCE AT WATERLOO!
The Faculty of Mathematics is hosting a networking reception for Math alumni living in Winnipeg, and alumni who will be attending the Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting at the University of Manitoba.
CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF THE FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS!
Join Mark Womack, Advancement Officer, from the Faculty of Mathematics to celebrate UW Mathematics' 50th Anniversary!
You are invited to join Stephen M. Watt (Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics), Professor Dan Younger (Tutte Historian), and the 50th Anniversary Committee for the William Tutte Way Naming Celebration on May 12, 2017.
While registration is closed for the talk and documentary screening, new guests are welcome to join us for lunch and the unveiling.
For students, the Math orientation leaders have organized a scavenger hunt to take place after lunch.
CELEBRATE MATH WITH US!
Join Stephen M. Watt, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, as he outlines new programs, innovations, and accomplishments that have helped make the University of Waterloo mathematics program one of the best in the world.
The Bridges lecture series are public lectures connecting Arts, Science and Mathematics.
The Platonic solids as Tiffany lamps, art objects and stepping-stones to higher dimensions.
With Hans Schepker and Carlo Sequin