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The MS2 Discovery Research Interdisciplinary Research Institute regularly hosts events of interest to students, such as seminars, webinars, and networking events. See the Institute's calendar for upcoming events.

PHI (Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics Club)

Do you:

  • Stay up late in order to finish a proof or learn a new integration technique?
  • Get excited talking about a piece of new code for the application you are developing?
  • Catch yourself speaking in Java, C or Phython occasionally?
  • Enjoy a good intellectual conversation in subject of quantum physics and relativity?

If your answer to any of these questions is “yes”, then perhaps this is the club for you.

Laurier's PHI Club is the club for all who are enthusiastic about computer science, physics and mathematics at Wilfrid Laurier University. We are a club of future scholars and scientists and aim to serve our community by sharing knowledge and resources in these subjects. Beyond the scholastic benefits, we aim to increase the exposure of experts in these fields to those interested.

At PHI, we believe that the exchange of scientific knowledge should be based on an open and free platform. We operate on a non-profit basis to promote the importance of scientific awareness and developments to public through a series of non-profit and informative activities and events. The intellectual development of our members and the scientific interests of our community are held with the utmost significance to us.

For more information or to get involved, see

Mathematics Department-in-Council

The Department of Mathematics Department-in-Council is the official voice of Laurier's Department of Mathematics . It discusses and votes on all matters requiring a departmental decision or recommendation, with the exception of those matters that collective agreements reserve to the Department Appointment and Promotion Committee and the Part-time Appointment Committee.

Three undergraduate students and two graduate students serve on the Mathematics Department-in-Council. Students elect their representatives annually.

This year's undergraduate student representatives are:

This year's graduate student representatives are:

More details about the Department-in-Council are below.

Contact Us:

Roman Makarov, Department Chair

Office Location: LH 3054C