May 15, 2018

It is a great honor for the Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematical 
Society to present the Research Prize to Dr. Leon Glass from McGill University.
Dr. Leon Glass, a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, has made seminal 
contributions to research, education and community leadership.

His early research on dynamic genetic networks in the 1970's and 80's has laid 
the foundation of major developments in systems biology. Through L. Glass' 

May 15, 2018

It is with great pleasure that the Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics
Society presents the 2018 Cecil Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award to David 

Dr. McLeod's thesis is a beautiful example of applied mathematics, applying 
sophisticated mathematical ideas to questions of fundamental interest to 
evolutionary biologists, relating to infectious diseases and mating systems, 
including sexual selection and conflict, and also addressing social 

May 9, 2018

Alexander Bihlo is a meteorologist and numerical analyst who currently holds a Tier II CRC position in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Memorial University. In the seven years since receiving his Ph.D., Dr. Bihlo has made over 30 peer-reviewed contributions to the literature.  His most significant work impacts climate modelling and refining computational approaches for real-world problems. In this way, Dr.

June 19, 2017

The CAIMS Cecil-Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award is presented to Dr. Chai Molina for his work of remarkable depth and breadth in the field of evolutionary game theory, which contains results significant to application, as well as theoretical results that have implications not only in the field but also in broader areas of applied mathematics. Dr. Molina received his Ph.D from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at McMaster University under the supervision of Professor David Earn.