This year the conference is dedicated to Andrew Granville on the occasion of his 60th birthday
Louis-Pierre Arguin (CUNY)
Samit Dasgupta (Duke U.)
Andrew Granville* (U. de Montréal)
Patrick Allen (McGill U.)
Chantal David (Concordia U.)
Jean-Marie De Koninck (U. Laval)
Carlo Pagano (Concordia U.)
Nathan Grieve (RMC/Carleton/UQAM)
Titles and Abstracts
Some slides from the conference
The registration for this conference is free but mandatory.
Participants are kindly invited to register here .
Keeping with the usual tradition of the QM-conference, during the registration you will be asked if you wish to give a talk, and if so you will be requested
to provide a short title
and an abstract. Note that the registration form can be revisited at any time 2 weeks prior to the event so these can be updated if needed. If you wish to give
a talk, please make sure that you submit your title and abstract before September 30.
Two weeks prior to the conference, an ad hoc scientific committee, consisting of a subset of the organizers, will take care of allocating the various talk
requests with the available
time slots. Note that a certain number of time slots will be reserved for participants based in Eastern Canada and in New England. Since there is only a
limited number of 20 minute time slots, please accept our apologies if your request is denied.
In order to partly compensate for the efforts that some of you may put in preparing a talk, we shall offer the possibility of posting a 20 minute recorded
video and/or a poster on the topic you had wished to talk about.
The whole conference will take place in person. All lectures will be given
between 9:00 and 17:30 on Saturday and between 8h30 and 12h30 on Sunday.
The closest hotel is Hotel Universel. (12 minutes on foot from the math. dep.).
reserved a block of rooms at the rate of 135 CAD (+taxes) per night. In order to take advantage of this rate, you will need to make your reservation by phone
(1-800-463-4495) quoting the group number 601158 by September 14. After this date the reservation will be charged to the
available daily rate (which is likely to be more expensive).
For all the students (undergrad, master, phd) and postdocs we will provide you with the option of staying at the
university residences in either a standard room (single occupancy) or in a shared superior room (double occupancy) for two nights (Friday and Saturday nights).
We have reserved a block of rooms and the bill will be directly paid by us. During the online registration you will be asked if you wish to stay at the
university residences. For the participants who indicate such a desire, later this September you shall
receive an email asking you about your room preference (a standard room or a shared superior room). Here is webpage which provides some information about
these rooms: university rooms.
N.B. Depending on the health measures in force at the time of the conference, it may happen than the superior rooms won't be available for the
participants (these rooms have a private bathroom and for that reason they could be stricly reserved for the students who need to self-isolate after having
been declared covid positive).
Parking in front of the math. building: For people travelling by car, note that all the university parkings are free on the Fridays starting from
16h30. Also, during the week-ends all the parkings are free. If you come to Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon by car I would suggest you to park in the parking lot
indicated on the following pdf file:
Parking of the math. building
Since the pandemic, there is no cafeteria on the campus which is opened during the week-end. The closest restaurants and food court areas are located at a
10 to 15 minute walk by foot from the math. building. Here are some options:
Places where to eat
Tourism in Quebec city