The ESSO  CMS  PIMS Camps, which are organized at various universities across Canada, are designed to provide students, who have demonstrated a talent for mathematics, with a variety of enrichment activities in a fun and rewarding environment. For more information, see CMS web site.

Monday June27 
Tuesday June 28 
Wednesday June 29 
Thursday June 30 
9:009:30 
Registration AQ4150 
Real, Virtual, and Virtually Real Mathematical Knots Rob Scharein IRMACS ASB 10900 
The Chaos Game: Drawing Fractals with Random Numbers Randall Pyke IRMACS ASB 10900 
The ABC's of Petra Menz AQ4130 
9:3010:30 
Mathematics in Art & Nature: Fibonacci Sequence and Golden Rectangles Justin Gray AQ4150 

10:3010:45 
Nutrition Break AQ4140 
Nutrition Break K9503 
Nutrition Break IRMACS 
Nutrition Break AQ4140 
10:4512:00 
Problem Session Tim Mott AQ4150 
Problem Session Tim Mott K9509 
The Chaos Game: Drawing Fractals with Random Numbers Randall Pyke AQ3145.2 
The ABC's of Petra Menz AQ4130 
12:0012:45 
Lunch AQ4140 
Lunch K9503 
Lunch AQ4120 
Lunch AQ4140 
12:4514:00 
An Introduction to Coding Theory: How are you feeling today? Jeffrey Farr AQ4150 
Mathematics In sun dials Len Berggren K9509 
Contest AQ4130 
Problem Session Ben Ong AQ3145.2

14:0015:00 
Problem Session Enkeleida Lushi Matthew Folz AQ4150 
Campus Tour 
Wrapup Session AQ4130 

15:0015:30 




15:3017:00 


Numbers in the Sky Branko Curgus IRMACS ASB 10900 

Pi in the Sky (math magazine for high school students)
Mathematical Olympiads Correspondence Program
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 

9:00 
Registration, Opening Session 
Some old and new problems in Graph Theory 
Combinatorics at work: Nonadaptive group testing algorithms Petr Lisonek 
Paths and cycles in graphs

Contest 
9:30 
Fundamentals of Graph Theory


10:30 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
10:45 
Problem Session Lisa Redekop 
Problem Session Laura ChavezLomeli 
Problem Session

Problem Session Tim Mott 
Calculus of Parabolas

12:00 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Lunch 
12:45 
Functions, Iteration and Chaos

Problem Session Keshav Mukunda 
Mathematical Models and Puzzles

CECM Colab 
Lessons from the History of Mathematics

14:00 Exploring the campus 

14:00 Tour of SFU Campus 
13:30 Applying Mathematics in an Industrial Research Lab

14:00 Problem Session

CECM Colab 
14:30 Wrapup Session 
Monday 23 June 
Tuesday 24 June 
Wednesday 25 June 
Thursday 26 June 
Friday 27 June 


9:00 
Registration, Opening Session 9:30 Puzzles and Games Justin Gray 
The Pigeonhole Principle
and Problems from the Putnam Competition Petr Lisonek 
Problems, Problems, Problems Mahdad Khatirinejad Fard 
The Spiral that Persists Adriana Wise 
Contest 
10:30  Refreshment Break (AQ 4140) 
Refreshment Break (AQ 4140) 
Refreshment Break (AQ 4140) 
Refreshment Break (AQ 4140) 
Refreshment Break (AQ 4140) 
10:45 
Fuel Cells: Where Does all the Water Go? Keith Promislow 
How Do You Function? Lily Yen 
Lessons from the History of Mathematics Len Berggren 
Exploring Pascal's Triangle Justin Gray 
Calculus of Parabolas Branko Curgus 
12:00  Lunch (AQ 4140) 
Lunch (AQ 4140) 
Lunch (AQ 4140) 
Lunch (AQ 4140) 
Lunch (AQ 4140) 
12:45 
Sex, Drugs and Automobiles Carl Schwarz 
Build Your Own Virus and Other Mathematical Models Malgorzata Dubiel and Justin Gray 
Puzzles, Games and Magic Justin Gray 
Knots and Pretzels Rob Scharein 
Exploring Burnaby Mountain 
14:00 Tour of SFU Campus 
13:30 Modeling Cell Movements and Communications Using a 3D Model
Eirikur Palsson 
14:00 Mathematics in the Movies
Rina Zazkis and Peter Liljedahl 
Knots and Pretzels Rob Scharein 
14:30 Wrapup Session 
Tuesday 2 July 
Wednesday 3 July 
Thursday 4 July 
Friday 5 July 


9:00  Registration, Opening Euclidean Geometry: proofs you have always wanted to know, but were too afraid to ask; Generating Functions: a new way of expressing a solution to sequences of numbers Lily Yen 
The Lonely Runner and Other Problems
Luis Goddyn 
Problems from the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Training Program Paul Cheng 
9:00 Contest 10:30 Calculus of Parabolas Branko Curgus (Western Washington University) 
12:00  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch 
12:45 
The Pigeonhole Principle Problems from the Putnam Competition Petr Lisonek 
Lessons from the History of Mathematics Len Berggren 
What is Statistics Michael Lo 
Tour of SFU Engineering Labs 
15:00 
Tour of SFU and Burnaby Mountain 
Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio Travis Gray 
14:30
Van Der Waerden's Theorem; A Story about BIG Numbers Veselin Jungic 
Closing Session 
Monday 25 June 
Tuesday 26 June 
Wednesday 27 June 
Thursday 28 June 
Friday 29 June 


9:0010:15  Registration Opening Session 
Dr. P. Lisonek Mathematics with Maple 
Dr. L. Goddyn The Lonely Runner and Other Problems 
Dr. J. Borwein Exploring Math on the Internet 
Contest 
10:1510:45  Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
Refreshment Break 
10:4512:00  Dr. I. Chen Cryptography 
Dr. P. Lisonek Problems from the Putnam Competition 
Dr. L. Goddyn The Lonely Runner and Other Problems 
Dr. J. Borwein Exploring Math on the Internet 
Dr. M.C. Kropinski Swimming in Syrup 
12:0013:00  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch 
13:0014:00  M. Khatirinejad Fard Inequalities 
Dr. P.Borwein Much Ado about Pi 
Dr. J.L. Berggren Lessons from the History of Mathematics 
Visit to the SFU Engineering Labs 
R. Haynes An Algorithm to Compute the Roots of Polynomials? 
14:0015:00  Dr. C. Schwarz One Fish, Two Fish Red Fish, Blue Fish 
Tour of SFU Burnaby Campus  Dr. J.L. Berggren Lessons from the History of Mathematics 
Visit to the SFU Engineering Labs 
Closing Session 