Manitoba Workshop on Mathematical Imaging Science

5 May, 2017

The University of Manitoba in Winnipeg


Last updated on 1 May 2017.

Overview of the Workshop

The mathematical and computing sciences are central to numerous facets of imaging science, and furnish the tools that enable progress in those domains. This workshop focuses on the mathematical issues and computational techniques that lie at the heart of many problems in imaging science. An intense one-day immersion into the mathematical and computational sides of imaging science, the MWMIS will feature three high-profile invited lecturers to speak on their current research in mathematical imaging science. The event will also include presentations from Manitoba-based researchers on the workshop’s theme. The MWMIS will bring together Manitoba’s researchers working across imaging science to foster collaborations, uncover commonalities, and identify key challenges of mutual interest. All lectures will be held in the Robert B. Shultz Lecture Theatre. There is a parkade across the street from the Schultz Theatre; the price is $4.00 per hour, to a daily maximum of $11.00.

Organising Commitee and Sponsors

The meeting is organised by

A call for contributed talks will be posted on this page, as will further details regarding the workshop. The organisers gratefully acknowledge the sponsors of the MWMIS: the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, and the University of Manitoba.

Invited Speakers

The MWMIS will feature the following invited speakers:


Participants should make their own arrangements directly. A block of rooms has been set aside for the MWMIS at the Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg South, 2935 Pembina Highway, phone 204-275-7711. This hotel is about 4 km from the conference venue. The rate is $115 per night plus taxes, and the deadline for reservations at this rate is 21 April, 2017. Reservation Link

Contributed Talks

Participants have the option to give contributed talks or present posters. Those participants who wish to present a short (likely 20-30 minutes) lecture, or a poster, should send a title and 250 word abstract to Omit Chanda at
Deadline for Title/Abstract submission: 14 April 2017.

Schedule and Abstracts

The schedule for talks can be found here. Abstracts for the invited talks, contributed talks, and posters are available here.


To register, email and include the following information: your name and institution; your position (faculty member, postdoctoral researcher, graduate student, undergraduate student); whether you plan to give a talk or present a poster. (Your title/abstract can be submitted with the registration or separately.) For planning purposes, please let us know whether you will attend the workshop by 21 April 2017.

Student Support

Partial financial support for travel and/or accommodation expenses is available to a limited number of participants who are students or postdoctoral researchers at PIMS sites outside of Manitoba. Priority will be given to students/postdocs who contribute a talk or a poster. To request financial support, please email The deadline for requests is 31 March 2017.