Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics
CanaDAM 2023
June 5–8, 2023
Hosted by University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg
Held in downtown Winnipeg, MB

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Ortrud Oellermann

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Zyron Paul Felix
(courtesy of Tourism Winnipeg)

Abstract Submission

The deadlines are:

Note that you cannot submit your abstract for a talk in a Contributed Minisymposiusm until the proposal for that Contributed Minisymposium has been received and added to the list.

Contributed Minisymposia

To submit a Contributed Minisymposium proposal you will need a short description of the Minisymposia (maximum of 100 words), as well the names of the proposed speakers. Once this has been preliminarily accepted, the speakers will need to individually submit the abstracts for their talks. Please use the same email addresses for the speakers as they will use for their abstracts and for their registration.

In submitting a Contributed Minisymposium proposal, you acknowledge that your proposed speakers have already accepted to give a talk in your Contributed Minisymposium and are ready to submit their abstracts according to the deadline. Contributed minisymposia are evaluated as a whole: both the organizers and speakers will receive a decision on the proposal by the deadline. (Any talk submitted to a contributed minisymposium that is not selected will automatically be evaluated as a potential contributed talk.)

When you have all your information ready, submit your Contributed Minisymposium proposal using this form.

No more contributed minisymposia are being accepted at this time, as the deadline has passed.

Abstracts for talks

To submit an abstract for a talk (Plenary, Invited Minisymposium, Contributed Minisymposium, or Contributed Talk) you will first need to download this LaTeX template file. Edit this file to include:

In editing the file take care of the following:

You will then copy and paste your edited file into the abstract submission form. You will also select your session code from the drop-down list, and enter your name, email, affiliation, and talk title in the form as well. Your session code is either the name of the minisymposium you are speaking in, or "Contributed Talk" if you are submitting a talk outside of any minisymposia, or "Plenary Talk". Separately entering this other information on the form (even if some of it is already in your edited file) helps us ensure your abstract goes to the correct place.

When you have all your information ready, submit your abstract using this form.

No more abstracts are being accepted at this time, as the deadline has passed.


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