1st ACTM, December 1995

The 1st Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics will be held in Singapore 18-21 December 1995. The conference will be hosted by the Association of Mathematics Educators, Singapore, in conjunction with the Nanyang Technical University, National Institute of Education, Singapore, and Radford University, Virginia, USA.

The theme of the conference is Innovative Use of Technology for Teaching and Research in Mathematics. The 1st ACTM will provide mathematics educators, computer specialists, technologists, researchers, policy makers, and teachers with an opportunity to share and discuss the latest developments in their areas of specialization. The conference will also provide an avenue for the possibility of collaborative research among participants. The scientific programme of the conference is planned by an International Programme Committee, chaired by Dr. Wei-Chi Yang, Radford University, Virginia, USA. Papers are invited from people involved in the use of technology in teaching and research in higher institutions and schools. The conference programme will include plenary lectures, paper presentations, and workshops on mathematics teaching and research with the use of technologies. Also an exhibition of educational products with the use of technology will be mounted. The working language will be English.

Abstracts not exceeding 200 words should be sent to

Fong Ho Kheong
Chair, ACTM 95 Organizing Committee
Nanyang Technological University
National Institute of Education
469 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 1025
Phone: +65-460 5310
Fax: +65-469 8952
E-Mail: <fonghk@nievax.nie.ac.sg>

and to

Wei-Chi Yang
Chair, ACTM 95, IPC
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Radford University
Radford, VA 24142, USA
Phone: +1-703-831 5332 or 5670
Fax: +1-703-831 6452
E-Mail: <wyang@mathstat.ms.runet.edu>

SEACME 7, June 1996

The Seventh South East Asian Conference on Mathematics Education will be held at Hanoi University of Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam, 3-7 June 1996. The organising institutions include the Hanoi University of Technology, the Hanoi Pedagogical Institute No. 1, the Hanoi University, the Research Institute of Education Science, and the Vietnamese Mathematical Society.

The themes of SEACME 7 are Mathematics education in upper secondary schools, and Mathematics education for mathematicians, scientists and engineers, social scientists, and mathematics teachers. The programme will include invited lectures (delivered by international experts), working groups, topic groups, workshops, national presentations, and posters. Exhibitions of textbooks, software and other types of material are being plannned as well. The conference languages will be English and French.

If you want to obtain the Second Announcement or other type of information, please contact

Nguyen Dinh Tri
the Organizing Committee of SEACME 7
Hanoi University of Technology
Dai Co Viet Road

ICME-8, July 1996

See separate announcement elsewhere in this issue of the Bulletin.

Second European Mathematical Congress, July 1996

This congress will held 21-27 July 1996 in Budapest (Hungary), hosted by the Janos Bolyai Mathematical Society. The Scientific Committee is chaired by Juergen Moser, Germany, and the Organising Committee by Gyula Katona, Hungary.

To obtain a copy of the First Announcement, please contact

Janos Bolyai Mathematical Society
Foe utca 68
H-1027 Budapest, HUNGARY
Phone: +36-1-201 7656
Fax: +36-1-201 6974
E-Mail: <h3341sza@ella.hu>

Junior Mathematical Congress-96, July-August 1996

As a satellite conference to the above-mentioned Second European Mathematical Congress, this meeting - which aims at bringing together the future mathematicians of Europe - will take place 29 July - 2 August 1996 in Miskolc, Hungary.

The conference welcomes young people between 13 and 19, interested in mathematics, from all countries in Europe. It will provide an excellent opportunity for the participants to make friends and meet famous European mathematicians. In addition to new ideas, participants will become acquanited with several new branches and applications of mathematics as well as educational software and logical games. Apart from lectures by scholars, the participants may themselves give talks or exhibit posters. Those wishing to give a talk should submit a manuscript no later than 31 March 1996.

For further information and preliminary registration, please contact

Peter Kortesi
Chair of the Hunior Mathematical Congress-96
Department of Mathematics
University of Miskolc
H-3515 Miskolc-Egyetemvaros, Pf. 10, HUNGARY
Fax: +36-46-365 174
E-Mail: <matjun@gold.uni-miskolc.hu>

The official languages of the conference are English and Hungarian. Contributions in Hungarian will be translated into English. Contributions in any other language are welcomed if supported by an English translation.