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Here’s my little story about how I got involved in CAMBAM. I have joined CAMBAM somewhere around June last year. At the time, I was interested in knowing more about non-linear dynamics, dynamical system theory and their applications, because I had ran into some papers analysing neural networks behavior with these tools. I thought that hanging with the people who play with these mathematics on a daily basis would be helpful and informative. (more…)

3rd CAMBAM Annual Meeting (2012)

CAMBAM 3rd Annual Meeting, 8 June 2012, McGill Faculty Club 3450 McTavish Street


Retrospective and Going Forward: Some Thoughts

We recently decided to each post a few thoughts looking back on our experiences as a member of the organising team for the student group of CAMBAM. So here is the first of four parts to give you an idea of where we all started from and where we each of us see the future. (more…)

CAMBAM fellowship competition

So, here is the repost of CAMBAM’s call for applications for your convenience:

### Beginning of  call for applications ###

MPrime ( has generously awarded $100,000 to CAMBAM for
the support of research fellowships (graduate, postdoctoral and undergraduate),
industrial internships and travel awards.

Funding categories

  • Graduate research fellowships (MSc, PhD or PDF): $5,000
  • Undergraduate research fellowships: $2,000
  • Internships at a Canadian industrial partner: $7,000
  • Travel awards: up to $1,500

Funding period
April 1, 2012 through March 31, 2013 (more…)

UdeM’s Workshop, a warm invitation, a great day!

Workshop that took place at Université de Montréal under the CAMBAM banner.

Last week, we have been hosted by our fellows of the Department of Pharmacology of Université de Montreal. This meeting took the form of a friendly workshop during which three students have been invited to present their work and thoughts. (more…)

Clinical study on-site visit: How can applied mathematics help insulin-dependent diabetics?

Institut de la Recherche Clinique à Montreal, 10-14h, October 12, 2011


Hi everybody, we are proud to announce the upcoming CAMBAM student event.

Ahmad, a very energetic PhD student, works on a challenging project: a control algorithm for fully automated administration of insulin in type 1 diabetic patients. After visiting him and his great team in the Institut de la Recherche Clinique à Montreal, we invite you to come as well.

Applied Mathematics gone all the way to medical devices, individual patient modelling, and clinical testing? Come and see yourself…click here to see the details: (more…)

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