MathIndustry 2021

August 3-27, 2021

Together with our partners, PIMS is excited to offer a 4-week virtual MathIndustry workshop for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the mathematical and statistical sciences to gain the industry skills needed for success in their careers.

This workshop has two main objectives:

  1. To build technical skills in programming and computational workflows
  2. To build business skills for effective teamwork and technical report writing

Attendees will gain hands-on experience as part of a team working on a real-world problem posed by an industry partner. Potential industry partners can also contact us to learn more or propose projects.

The Gala and final presentations for the M2PI 2021 projects will take place on August 26th at 12/1 - 3/4 (Pacific/Mountain). Please contact us for connection details to join us for this event.

Meet the Teams

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Adeyemi Fagbade

Team 2 - ATCO

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Aidin Zaherparandaz

Team 4 - City of Winnipeg ICB

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Alexandra McSween

Team 2 - ATCO

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Amit jha

Team 1 - Aerium Analytics

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Aniket Joshi

Team 5 - IOTO

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Arian Khorasani

Team 6 - McMillan McGee

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Arnaud Ngopnang

Team 9 - Serious Labs

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Avleen Kaur

Team 1 - Aerium Analytics

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Bahar Mousazadeh

Team 9 - Serious Labs

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Bryan Kettle

Team 7 - NRCAN 1

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Carson Chambers

Team 6 - McMillian McGee

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Edgar Pacheco Castan

Team 10 - TheoryMesh

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Ellie Thieu

Team 3 - CSTS Healthcare

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Eric Rozon

Team 3 - CSTS Healthcare

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Guojun Ma

Team 5 - IOTO

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Hamid Hamidi

Team 1 - Aerium Analytics

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Igor Pinheiro

Team 10 - TheoryMesh

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Joel Benesh

Team 8 - NRCAN 2

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Jules Hoepner

Team 8 - NRCAN 2

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Mahsa N. Shirazi

Team 2 - ATCO

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Maksym Neyra-Nesterenko

Team 9 - Serious Labs

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Mishty Ray

Team 8 - NRCAN 2

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Mitch Haslehurst

Team 5 - IOTO International

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Moumita Shau

Team 9 - Serious Labs

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Natalia Accomazzo Scotti

Team 3 - CSTS Healthcare

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Nimanthi Yaseema

Team 2 - ATCO

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Noah Bolohan

Team 7 - NRCAN 1

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Parham Hamidi

Team 1 - Aerium Analytics

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Pedro Jose Sobrevilla Moreno

Team 6 - McMillan-McGee

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Rachel Han

Team 8 - NRCAN 2

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Saimon Yeal Islam

Team 10 - TheoryMesh

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Sam Simon

Team 5 - IOTO

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Santanil Jana

Team 7 - NRCAN 1

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Shen-Ning Tung

Team 5 - IOTO

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Thomas Pender

Team 10 - TheoryMesh

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Xiaowei Li

Team 1 - Aerium Analytics

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Adam Kashlak

Academic Mentor

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Adam Preuss

Mentor

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Ali Hashemi

Mentor

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Andrii Arman

Academic Mentor

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Aysa Fakheri Tabrizi

Academic Mentor

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Chris Bunio

Mentor

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Cüneyt Gürcan Akçora

Mentor

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Devin Goodsman

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Edwin Reid

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Heather Vooys

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Hui Huang

Academic Mentor

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Jennifer Bodnarchuk

Mentor

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Jonathan Gallagher

Academic Mentor

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Joshua Brinkerhoff

Academic Mentor

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Julien Arino

Academic Mentor

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Ken Nawolsky

Mentor

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Nisha Mohan

Mentor

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Peijun Sang

Academic Mentor

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Shaun Lui

Academic Mentor

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Slim Ibrahim

Academic Mentor

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Vakhtang Putkaradze

Mentor

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William Spat

Mentor

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Kristine Bauer

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Linglong Kong

Co-Organizer

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Matthew Greenberg

Co-Organizer

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Ruth Situma

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Allen Herman

Program Director

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Anthony Quas

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Jolen Galaugher

Co-Organizer

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Matt McDonald

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Michael Lamoureux

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Raymond Spiteri

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Kristine Bauer

Effective Teams Instructor

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Ian Allison

Jupyter Instructor

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Jolen Galaugher

How to pitch a Solution Instructor

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Laura Gutierrez Funderburk

Ethics in AI Instructor

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Lorena Solis

Ethics, Diversity and Inclusion Instructor

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Marie-Helene Burle

Git and GitHub instructor

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Rob Baecker

Entrepreneurship Instructor

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Samantha Jones

Ethics Diversity and Inclusion Instructor

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Tom O'Neill

Effective Teams Instructor

MathIndustry Editions

Explore the projects and reports from previous editions of MathIndustry

 
 
 
 
 

MathIndustry 2021

The final-report for m2pi 2021 is now available. It features projects from

  • Aerium Analytics
  • ATCO
  • CSTS Healthcare
  • City of Winnipeg - Insect Control Branch
  • IOTO International
  • McMillan-McGee
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Serious Labs
  • TheoryMesh
 
 
 
 
 

MathIndustry 2020

Projects, reports, team members and other details are available on the MathIndustry 2020 page. .

  • Aerium Analytics Inc.
  • ATCO Ltd.
  • BC Financial Services Authority
  • Cenovus Energy Inc.
  • The Divi Project
  • Environmental Instruments Canada Inc.
  • Fotech Solutions
  • IOTO International Inc.
  • McMillan-McGee Corporation
  • Ovintiv Inc.

Skills

Training Bootcamps

Certified training programs

Tech Skills Training

Agile software development, virtual collaboration, open source toolchains

Business Skills Training

communication skills, project management, effective teams & ethics

Projects

Projects

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IOTO International

Performance metrics in sports have seen remarkable growth and development. What if we turned some of these mathematical tools on political performance? Building on last year’s M2PI project, the goal of this year’s project is to analyze data related to the activities of legislators in Canada and the USA with a view to developing engineered features which might reflect political performance. These engineered features should be granular enough to significantly inflect during the course of a parliamentary or legislative session, providing quantitative and comparative performance insight.

City of Winnipeg - Insect Control Branch

The City of Winnipeg’s Insect Control Branch (ICB) of the Public Works Department provides services to Winnipeg residents to control insects, including mosquitoes. The mosquito control program is based on an environmentally mindful insect control strategy, and includes: (1) A larviciding program that is 100% biological and uses four larviciding helicopters, (2) Monitoring and treating over 31,500 hectares of water area on an ongoing basis based on weather conditions, and (3) Monitoring for adult nuisance mosquitoes in New Jersey Light Traps beginning early May.

In this project, we will examine some of the key challenges facing the ICB such as (1) Predictive modelling of adult mosquito populations subject to changes in rainfall/soil moisture content and wind speed (2) Preditictive modelling of larval development subject to changes in spring and summer temperatures.

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