Some useful links:

  • Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM)

    • "With its world-renowned thematic programming introduced by the CRM in the 80's, its scientific workshops and outreach activities, its 1,500 annual visiting scientists from around the world, and ten laboratories directly involving more than 200 researchers from twelve major universities in Quebec and Ontario, the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM) is a major hub for the mathematical sciences. The dual structure on which the CRM is built -- top level international scientific programming running in parallel with ten high-performance research laboratories -- is unique in Canada. It is also unique in the world.

      The Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM) was founded in 1968. Under the direction of Professor Luc Vinet as of July 20, 2013, the Centre's mandate is to serve as a national centre for fundamental research in mathematics and their applications. The CRM's scientific personnel includes more than one hundred members and postdoctoral fellows. Further, the Centre hosts from year to year a large number of guest researchers.

      The CRM coordinates advanced courses and is instrumental in the training of young researchers. Throughout the world one finds numerous researchers who have had the opportunity to complete their research training at the CRM. The Centre is a major meeting place where all members benefit from a large number of scientific exchanges and collaborative projects."

  • Institut des sciences mathématiques

    • The ISM is an interuniversity organization which coordinates intermediate and advanced level graduate courses amongst nine institutions of higher learning in the province of Québec, including five in Montréal (Concordia, HEC Montréal, McGill, Université de Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal) to offer a cooperative environment for graduate students at each of these institutions. The goals of the ISM are directed towards graduate education.

  • Centre interuniversitaire en calcul mathématique algébrique (CICMA)

    • CICMA is an FQRNT Centre in number theory and computational algebra, comprising researchers at Concordia, Laval and McGill and was established in 1990. The main goals of CICMA are the support of research in these areas, and the promotion of research interactions between these subjects

  • Centre de recherche en théorie des catégories (CTRC)

    • The CRTC is a Research Centre consisting of researchers from the four universities in Montréal (McGill, Concordia, Montréal and UQAM), from two CEGEP's (Vanier and John Abbott), and from the University of Ottawa. The main activities are the organization of seminars.

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