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Pr. Jaksic will be giving a course on “Classical and Quantum Entropy” in May , addressed to undergraduates/graduate students and postdocs, Large part of the course will be accessible to U1 and U2 students. There will be two or three 2 hour lectures per week. The organizational meeting is on Wed May 1st, 2pm, BURN 1120. He will also give then the first lecture.
BH911 is open for all questions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11:30 to 3:30pm during May. Feel free to drop by.
If you want to attend a conference during the summer (whether it be CUMC, SSC, CMS or JSM) and you are member of SUMS, you can email SUMS with your proof of registration. We will create a support group for approximately 30 students. If you are attending a conference outside of Montreal, we require that you either participate in a poster session or give a talk to be eligible for support. Further support can be obtained via SUS if you are a Science student not graduating in May.
You need to supply in the email your name, program of study and level, along with the abstract for your presentation and the proof of registration.
If you are around during the summer, there are many interesting conferences that one might want to attend. First, the ISM summer school (more info to come). Next, the CUMC2013 which will be held this year at UdeM. SUMS will be putting together a fund for attendants (which could also be used for other events), via support from the Faculty of Science, the Math & Stat department, the Science Undergraduate Society and SUMS. Priority will be given for students for students giving talks. Other events include the SSC Annual meeting in Regina from May 26-29, the 2013 CMS Summer meeting in Halifax from June 4-7 and the Joint Statistical Meetings from August 3-8.
SUMS is looking for articles, cover illustrations and volunteers for the next edition of Delta-Epsilon. If you happened to see the most recent edition at the Awkward Mixer, you know what a slick piece of work it is and were probably already wondering how you could be a part of its development. Whether you want to participate in the review and selection process or journal formatting and logistics, your assistance will be vital! Submissions can range from graduate-level to U1-accessibility. The deadline for articles and graphics is March 30th. Please contact $\delta-\varepsilon$ with your interest or for information on how to submit materials and expect to see an announcement for an information session in this listserv later in the month.
SUMS est à la recherche de braves qui sont intéressés de travailler ensemble pour créer la prochaine édition du Delta-Epsilon, ainsi que les articles et illustrations de page couverture. Si vous avez vu l'édition la plus récente au Awkward Mixer, vous savez déjà que c'est un chef-d'œuvre et étiez certainement en train de vous demander comment y participer. Que vous participiez au processus de revue et de sélection, ou à celui de la mise en forme et de la logistique, votre aide sera cruciale! Les soumissions peuvent s'adresser une auditoire diplômée ou même au début d'université. La date limite pour les articles ou graphiques est le 30 mars février. Veuillez contacter firstname.lastname@example.org, si vous êtes intéressé ou avez besoin de savoir comment à soumettre vos matériaux. D'ici un mois, une session d'information sera organisée.