Science, Technology & Mathematics Education for Human Development, February 2001
The International Conference on Science, Technology & Mathematics Education for Human Development is being organised on February 20 - 23, 2001, at Goa (India) jointly by the Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) through its Project 2000+, in collaboration with the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), TIFR, Mumbai. The conference is also sponsored by the Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India, and by the Government of India (Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Science and Technology and Department of Biotechnology).
The conference will focus on Scientific and Technological Literacy (STL) under the broad theme of the role of Science, Technology and Mathematics Education for Human Development. The Conference aims at providing a forum to educational planners, administrators, teacher educators, teachers and researchers in science, technology and mathematics education to exchange ideas on various themes focussing on the role of science, technology and mathematics education in human development. The Conference will also review achievements of the Project 2000+, a project launched in 1993 by UNESCO and International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE), in collaboration with Commonwealth Secretariat, Gender, Science and Technology (GASAT), International Association of Science and Technology Education (IOSTE), International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) and World Council of Associations of Technology Education (WOCATE).
The conference will deliberate on the following issues: Curriculum reforms for human development; Assessment and examinations; Learner-centered professional staff development; Scientific and technological literacy for all, including strategies for teaching; Popularization, public understanding and life long learning; Affordable cost-effective technologies and infrastructure; Bridging the gulf between research and classroom practices; Empowerment of women; Ethics, human rights and culture of peace.
It is expected that a framework for effective implementation of policies regarding science, technology and mathematics education and Project 2000+ will emerge from the conference. A regional branch of CASTME will also be established during the conference.
Further information about the conference can be obtained from:
Dr. Sudhakar Agarkar
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
V.N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd,
MUMBAI, MAH 400 088, INDIA
The conference website is at
CERME 2, February 2001
The Second Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 2) will take place from February 24 to 27, 2001, in Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic.
The chief aims of European Society for Research in Mathematics Education are to promote communication, cooperation and collaboration in research in mathematics education in Europe. This conference is designed to promote these aims by fostering a communicative spirit and by moving away from research presentations by individuals towards collaborative group work. Its main feature is to be a number of Thematic Groups whose members will work together in a common research area. There are seven groups in this conference and researchers wishing to present a paper at the conference should submit the paper to one of these groups. The themes of the seven groups are: (1) Building Structures in Mathematical Knowledge; (2) Tools and Technologies in Mathematical Didactics; (3) Theory and Practice of Teaching from Pre-service to In-service Teacher Education; (4) Social Interactions in Mathematical Learning Situations; (5) Mathematical Thinking and Learning as Cognitive Processes; (6) Assessment and Curriculum; (7) The Role of Metaphors and Images in the Learning and Understanding of Mathematics
The Programme Committee is chaired by Elmar Cohors-Fresenborg and the Local Organizer is
Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Education
Faculty of Education, Charles University
116 39 Praha 1
The first announcement for CERME 2 is on the web under:
EMS, May 2001
The European Mathematical Society (EMS) is organizing a meeting to address the question of the present and future state of mathematics education in Europe. For the past two years the EMS has been running a project named "Reference levels for age 16 in school mathematics in Europe" sponsored by the European Commission and involving eighteen European countries. The significance of this project arises from the need to have a clear picture of the trends and problems in mathematics education around age 16, given the increasing mobility of employees and of students in higher education, and from the fact that the EMS working group has sought in its study to combine factual accuracy and pedagogical sensitivity with a strong mathematical focus. The working group was also sensitive to the increasing difficulty some countries face in recruiting mathematics students.
The outcome and final report of this study will be presented and discussed in a final conference in Luxembourg on May 11 and 12, 2001.
This will be a unique opportunity for mathematics educators, mathematicians, representatives of teachers' associations, curriculum developers, school inspectors, etc. to get an up-to-date picture of developments in other European countries and to discuss details with their colleagues from other countries. The report describes the nature of existing differences up to age 16, but conscientiously avoids any suggestion that curricula should be made more uniform. Rather, it is recognised that differences can be a source of richness - provided they are deliberate and the implications are clearly understood. The project being reported differ from other recent international projects in various ways - not least in that the goal was neither to test individual students nor to rank different school systems. The draft report is available at the url
More information can be obtained from
Prof. Vinicio Villani
Dip. di Matematica, Via Buonarroti 2
56127 Pisa, Italy
Fax: +050 844224
Energising Science, Mathematics and Technical Education for All, May 2001
The Department of Science and Mathematics Education of the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education is pleased to announce its sixth International Conference. The theme for the conference is "Energising Science, Mathematics and Technical Education for All", and it will be held from May 21 to May 24, 2001. The programme for the conference will include plenary addresses, paper sessions, workshops, forums, posters and cultural visits. The conference will be held at the campus of Universiti Brunei Darussalam, about 12 km north of the capital city Bandar Seri Begawan. The language of the conference will be English.
The Programme Committee invites papers and proposals for workshops, presentations or posters. Papers and proposals which explore the following sub-themes will be especially welcome: (1) Equity and empowerment; (2) Motivation of students and teachers; (3) Ethical and moral issues; (4) Information and communications technology.
All enquiries should be directed to the Conference Secretary:
Dr Martyn Quigley
Department of Science and Mathematics Education
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education
Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Jln Tungku Link, BE1410
Negara Brunei Darussalam
Further information will be available on the web site
norma01, June 2001
The Third Nordic Conference on Mathematics Education, "norma01", will be held on June 8-12 2001 in the nice town of Kristianstad in the very south of Sweden, easy to reach from Copenhagen airport by the new bridge between Denmark and Sweden. The conference language will be English.
The theme of the conference is "Conceptions of Mathematics", with invited plenary speakers Maria Alessandra Mariotti (Italy), John Mason (UK), Ulla Runesson (Sweden), Heinz Steinbring (Germany), and Tine Wedege (Denmark).
Further information is available from the Chair of the International Programme Committee:
Dr Christer Bergsten
Department of Mathematics, Linkoping University
SE 58183 Linkoping, Sweden
tel: +46 13 282984
fax: +46 13 285760
The 2nd announcement of "norma01" is available on the conference web site
CabriWorld 2001, June 2001
The Second International CabriWorld Conference (CabriWorld 2001) will take place in Montréal (Canada) from June 14 to 17, 2001. Hosted by the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), this conference is intended both for experts and novices in the field and could be of interest to mathematics educators of all levels interested by dynamic geometry and the use of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics.
More information about the program can be obtained on CabriWorld web site:
ALM-8, June 2001
The 8th International Conference on Adults Learning Mathematics is to be hosted in Denmark by the Centre for Research in Learning Mathematics at Roskilde University (near Copenhagen). The dates of the conference are June 28-30 2001 and the theme will be "Numeracy for Empowerment and Democracy?"
Information about the conference program is available at the ALM website:http://www.alm-online.org
For further details, please contact:
Both are at
Centre for Research in Learning Mathematics
Box 260, 4000 Roskilde
Third Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching, July 2001
As a follow-up of the first two DELTA conferences, in Brisbane in 1997 and Laguna Quays in 1999 (Australia), the Third Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching will take place July 1-5, 2001, in the natural surroundings of the Berg-en-Dal camp in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
The theme of the conference is "Gearing for flexibility" and the topics are: (1) Teaching web-based courses, (2) Multi-skilling, (3) Flexibility in learning and teaching styles, (4) Flexibility in entry level standards, (5) Adapting curricula to answer to demands of society, (6) Distance learning and (7) Flexible assessment. The scientific programme of the conference will include one hour invited plenary lectures by Alan Schoenfeld (USA), John Mason (UK), Cyril Julie (South Africa), Verdiana Masanja (Tanzania) and Matthias Kawski (USA), contributed papers by participants, panel sessions, workshops, round table discussions and others.
The conference is organised by SAMERN (The South African Mathematics Education Reform Network), the AMU (African Mathematical Union) and the International DELTA committee. The contact person is Johann Engelbrecht. Interest in attending can be directed to
It should be noted that conference facilities limit delegate numbers to 135, hence potential participants should express their interest immediately at the e-mail address above. (At this stage more than this number of people have already indicated interest in attending. Selection (if necessary) will be based on quality of papers and the time you first expressed interest and paid registration fee.)
The conference website can be viewed at
or can also be accessed from the general Delta website at
BCME-5, July 2001
Just a few days before the PME conference in Utrecht, the Fifth British Congress of Mathematics Education (BCME-5) will take place at Keele University, Staffordshire, England, from July 5-7, 2001. The theme for the conference is "Removing Boundaries": removing boundaries between communities interested in mathematics education; removing boundaries that prevent access to mathematics for certain groups and individuals; removing boundaries imposed by curriculum or by limited knowledge
The programme includes plenaries by Hyman Bass and Deborah Ball and by Terezinha Nunes, along with a plenary panel on popularisation of mathematics.
More details can be found on the website
PME 25, July 2001
The 25th Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) will be held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, from July 12 to 17, 2001. PME 25 is organized by the Freudenthal Institute, which is part of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of Utrecht University. The Conference Chair is Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information on the PME 25 conference can be accessed at the website
PSI, July 2001
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of PME, following the PME 25 conference in Utrecht, the Freudenthal Institute will organize a summer institute on 18-20 July 2001. The topic of the Pme 25 Summer Institute (PSI) will be the theory and practice of Realistic Mathematics Education (RME). Plenary sessions and workshops will provide participants with theoretical and practical background information on RME; hands-on workshops are intended to deepen their understanding of RME. Various topics will be addressed, such as: the teaching and learning of algebra; number and geometry; assessment; the use of technology; the role of practice. Presenters will base their contributions and draw their examples from the work that they did in various projects the Freudenthal Institute has been involved in, ranging from elementary through secondary education.
More information on the PME 25 conference and on the PSI is available at the website
CIEAEM53, July 2001
The International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics Education (CIEAEM - Commission internationale pour l'étude et l'amélioration de l'enseignement des mathématiques) will hold its 53rd conference on the theme "Mathematical literacy in the digital era - research, teacher education and classroom practice aimed at a mathematics education for all" from July 21 to 27, 2001 in Verbania, Italy, in the beautiful garden landscape of the Lake Maggiore in Northern Italy.
More information is available on the website
or via the e-mail address email@example.com
ICTMA-10, July 2001
The 10th International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical Modelling and Applications (ICTMA-10) which will be held in Beijing, China from July 29 to August 2, 2001. English is the only official conference language. The theme of the Conference is "Modelling, Applications and Mathematics Education", with sub-themes: (1) Research and development on modelling in the classroom; (2) Technology and modelling; (3) Mathematics education, modelling and change; (4) Algebra, functions, etc. and modelling; (5) Curriculum development and modelling (including mathematical experimentation); (6) Mathematical Contest in modelling at collegiate and high school levels; (7) Teacher education; (8) Applications.
Information is available at the website
or by contacting the Chair of the Local Organizing Committee:
ICTMT 5, August 2001
The Fifth International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching (ICTMT 5) will be held at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, on August 6-9, 2001. This conference is in sequel to other held at Birmingham (1993), Edinburgh (1995), Koblenz (1997) and Plymouth (1999). The ICTMT conferences aim at bringing together classroom practitioners, curriculum designers, mathematics education researchers and educational software designers, all of them sharing an interest to improve the quality of teaching and learning by effective use of technology. The level of education comprises schools, colleges, and universities. Subjects of interest are: mathematics; related subjects using mathematical models; applications of mathematics in industry and commerce.
Seven strands have been identified for ICTMT 5: (1) Integration of IC technologies into learning processes; (2) Technologically presented learning material: (3) Technology in teacher education; (4) Changes in geometry and algebra via DGS and CAS; (5) Co-operation between DGS and CAS; (6) Mathematical modeling with technology; (7) The global perspective of information technology.
More information is accessible on the website
International Conference on Mathematics Education, August 2001
The Northeast Normal University of China, Changung, China, will host an international conference on mathematics education from August 16-22, 2001. The conference will focus on the following areas: (1) Reform of mathematics curriculum in elementary and secondary schools; (2) Teaching mathematics in elementary and secondary schools - pedagogy; (3) The use of technology in teaching mathematics; (4) Pre- and in-service teacher training; (5) Normal education - theory and practice. The invited plenary speakers are: Zheng Yuxin (China), Li Shiqi (China), Kiyoshi Yokochi (Japan), Yoshihiko Hashimoto (Japan), Yoshishige Sugiyama (Japan), Lee Kang Sup (Korea), Jerry P. Becker (USA), Klaus-D Graf (Germany), Colette Laborde (France), Ngai-Ying Wong (Hong Kong) and Jan de Lange (Netherlands). English is the official language of the conference.
The Presidents of the International Program Committee are Prof. Shi Ningzhong and Prof. Hiroshi Fujita. The National Organizing Committee is chaired by Prof. Gao Hang and Prof. Wang Shangzhi.
Information is available from the Conference Secretariat:
Northeast Normal University
138 Renmin Street
Changchun, Jilin Province
The Secretary General of the Conference is Prof. Sun Lianju.
Mathematics Education into the 21st Century, August 2001
The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project, in cooperation with the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, the Third World Forum and the Hong Kong Institute of Education, announces an international conference on the theme "New Ideas in Mathematics Education" to be held in Palm Cove, Tropical North Queensland, Australia, August 19-24, 2001. This conference is in sequel to two conferences organized by the Project in Egypt (November 1999) and in Jordan (November 2000).
Plenary speakers include : Gail Burrill, (USA), Doug Clarke (Australia), Rudiger Vernay & Regina Puscher (Germany), Roberto Baldino (Brazil) and Hanan Innabi (Jordan). Working Groups will be devoted to the following topics: (1) Technology in the classroom; (2) Statistics; (3) Applications and Modelling; (4) Vocational educational training; (5) Classroom focused research; (6) Numeracy in its cultural context; (7) Gender issues and other social factors affecting mathematics learning.
The conference theme should attract teachers and researchers in Mathematics Education from around the world. Papers are welcome that deal with all aspects of mathematics education and relate to innovative ways to help students and teachers deal with the problem of making mathematics more "alive", more "realistic" and more "accessible". This could take the form of a paper on problem solving, the use of technology, new ways of assessment, ways of dealing with cultural differences, overcoming gender and social barriers, improving the curriculum, using the statistics of everyday life, effectively utilizing new paradigms in teaching and learning, applications of mathematics and modelling in the real world, etc. The official language of the Conference and of the Proceedings is English. The Local Organizing Committee is chaired by Rob Money and the Programme Committee by Alan Rogerson.
The Mathematics Education Into the 21st Century Project is coordinated by Dr. Alan Rogerson (Australia) and Professor Fayez Mina (Egypt). For further information, contact
Dr. Alan Rogerson
Mathematics Education Into the 21st Century Project
ul Listopadowa 1/45
60-153 Poznan, Poland
Symposium on Elementary Mathematics Teaching, August 2001
You are invited to participate in the sixth bi-annual conference on Elementary Mathematics Teaching (SEMT 01) which is to be held from August 26 - 31, 2001 in Prague. The programme will be focused on teaching of mathematics to children 6-11 years old. The general theme of SEMT 01 is "What is meant by the competence and confidence of people involved in the teaching of elementary mathematics?"
The Symposium will consist of plenary sessions, research reports, topic groups, discussion groups and poster presentations. The conference members may attend any working group according to their personal interest. The invited plenary speakers are Mariolina Bartolini Bussi (Italy), Doug Clarke (Australia), Edyta Gruzczyk-Kolczynska (Poland), David Tall (Great Britain) and Erich Wittmann (Germany).
Further information is available on the website
or by contacting the Organizing Committee at the address
Faculty of Education
Dept. of Mathematics and Mathematical Education
M.D. Rettigove 4
116 39 Praha 1
The Czech Republic
The contact person is Jarmila Novotna (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ICMI Twelfth Study: "The Future of the Teaching and Learning of Algebra", December 2001
The Study Conference for the Twelfth ICMI Study will be held at the University of Melbourne, Australia, on December 10 to 14, 2001. The theme of the Study is "The future of the teaching and learning of algebra". The Discussion Document for this Study has appeared in the June 2000 issue of the ICMI Bulletin (No 48), pp. 6-13, as well as in L'Enseignement Mathématique, 46 (2000) pp. 209-217, in Educational Studies in Mathematics, 42 (2000) pp. 215-224, and elsewhere.
Information on this ICMI Study can be obtained on the Study website
or by contacting the Study Secretary
Dr Helen Chick
Department of Science and Mathematics Education
University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010, Australia
CASTME Europe Conference, April 2002
The Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME) announces a conference on the theme "Linking Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, and their Social Relevance", to be held in Malta from April 11 to 14, 2002.
The conference seeks to explore links between science, mathematics and the technologies within formal and non-formal educational opportunities, and across the stages of education. Science, mathematics and technology are often taught in isolation and the skills and knowledge of one area are rarely applied to the other subjects. Yet many concepts are common to all these subjects. The conference will highlight the social context and social relevance of these subjects, and explore the potential of involving out of school sites for learning within local communities.
Further information can be obtained from
Faculty of Education, University of Malta
EARCOME 2002 - SEACME 9, May 2002
The second ICMI-EARCOME (East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education) is to be held in Singapore in on May 27-31, 2002. The conference is organised by an International Programme Committee and will be hosted by the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and the Association of Mathematics Educators, Singapore. EARCOME 2002 is also be designated as the Ninth Southeast Asian Conference on Mathematics Education or SEACME 9.
EARCOME 2002 combines two conferences in two separate series of conferences in the East Asia region. The First East Asian Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME) was held in Korea in 1998. Two earlier East Asian conferences held before EARCOME were the ICMI-China Regional Conferences on Mathematics Education, Beijing (1991) and Shanghai (1994). The SEACME series has a longer history and the conferences are held triennially, in Manila (1978), Kuala Lumpur(1981), Haad Yai (1984), Singapore (1987), Brunei (1990), Surabaya (1993), Hanoi (1996) and Manila (1999).
The theme of the conference, "Mathematics Education for a Knowledge-Based Era", will be explored through four principal areas: assessment, technology, teacher education and curriculum.
Contact can be established through the Chair of the International Programme Committee
LIM-TEO, Suat Khoh
or the Chair of the Local Organising Committee
NG, Swee Fong
Both can also be reached at the address
Mathematics and Mathematics Education Academic Group
National Institute of Education
1, Nanyang Walk
The website of the congress is located at
Second International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level, July 2002
Following the successful 1st International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level, held in Samos, Greece, in July 1998, the 2nd International Conference will take place in Crete, Greece, on July 1-6, 2002. This conference will address new ways of teaching undergraduate mathematics. It will provide a unique forum, bringing together faculty from countries with varied educational systems who are committed to introducing innovative teaching methods and new pedagogies.
For more information, consult the website
ICOTS-6, July 2002
The International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) and the International Statistical Institute (ISI) are organizing the Sixth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS-6) which will be hosted by the South African Statistical Association (SASA) at the International Convention Centre in Durban, South Africa, from July 7-12, 2002.
The major aim of ICOTS-6 is to provide the opportunity for people from around the world who are involved in statistics education to exchange ideas and experiences, to discuss the latest development in teaching statistics and to expand their network of statistical educators. The Conference will include keynote speakers, invited speakers, contributed papers, workshops and forums demonstration lessons, roundtable sessions, poster sessions, book and software displays, hands-on computer sessions and many opportunities for the communication and exchange of experiences and ideas.
As the Conference theme for ICOTS-6 is "Developing a Statistically Literate Society", special sessions on statistical literacy are planned. These will include keynote presentations on statistical literacy and sessions and discussions of the role of statistics in a number of everyday contexts.
The themes of ICOTS-6 include: (1) Statistics Literacy; (2) Statistics Education at the School Level; (3) Statistics Education at the Post Secondary Level; (4) Statistics Education/Training and the Workplace; (5) Statistics Education and the Wider Society; (6) Research in Statistics Education; (7) Technology in Statistics Education; (8) Other Determinants and Developments in Statistics Education; (9) An International Perspective on Statistics Education. There will be sessions for contributed Papers
The topics of invited paper sessions, the names and addresses of Sessions Organizers, and the rules and guidelines for organisers of invited paper sessions are now available on the ICOTS-6 IPC website at
For more information please contact:
Chair of the International Programme Committee (IPC)
IPC Scientific Secretary
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC)
The website of the ICOTS-6 LOC is located at
PME 26, July 2002
The 26th Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) will be held in Norwich, UK, at the campus of the University of East Anglia, from July 21 to 26, 2002. More information can be obtained from the Conference Chair:
ICM 2002, August 2002
The next International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM), held under the auspices of the International Mathematical Union (IMU), will take place in Beijing (China) on August 20-28, 2002. As with the last ICMs, one of the sections of the scientific program will be devoted to the theme "Mathematics Education and Popularization of Mathematics".
Information can be obtained from the Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee of ICM 2002, Professor Ma Zhi-Ming (email@example.com) or by visiting the website
ICMI Thirteenth Study: "Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparative Study of East Asia and the West", October 2002
The Study Conference for the Thirteenth ICMI Study will be held at the University of Hong Kong in October 2002 (the exact dates will be announced later). The theme of the Study is "Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparative Study of East Asia and the West". The Discussion Document for this Study appears in this issue of the ICMI Bulletin (December 2000, No 49).
Information on this ICMI Study can be obtained on the Study website
or by contacting the Study co-chairs
Prof. Dr. Klaus-D. Graf
Freie Universitaet Berlin, Institut für Informatik
Takustr. 9, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Tel: ++49 30 838 75 145/100
Fax: ++49 30 838 75 109
Dr. Frederick K.S. Leung
Dean, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Tel: ++852 2859 2355
Fax: ++852 2517 0075
World Conference on Science Education, April 2003
The International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE) announces that the 2003 World Conference on Science Education will be held in Mar del Plata, Argentina, on April 7-11, 2003. The conference aims at bringing together science educators and national teams from over one hundred countries to share good practice, to discuss current issues and to strengthen international co-operation, so that science teaching improves across the world. Lectures will be translated into English, Spanish and Portuguese.
For further information or to join the mailing list, please consult
Fax: +44 1707 270142
ICME-10, July 2004
The Tenth International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-10) will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from July 4 to 11, 2004. While ICME-10 will be in accordance with the principles established by the ICME tradition, a distinctive flavour is the fact that it is being organised in close cooperation among the Nordic countries - Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. To emphasise this Nordic flavour, a special Nordic Contact Committee has been formed to support collaboration in the planning process. This Committee is chaired by Prof. Gerd Brandell, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden (Gerd.Brandell@sm.luth.se).
The International Programme Committee of ICME-10, appointed by ICMI, is chaired by Prof. Mogens Niss, Roskilde University, Denmark (firstname.lastname@example.org). The members of the IPC are listed in this issue of the ICMI Bulletin.
The Local Organising Committee of ICME-10, chaired by Prof. Morten Blomhøj of Roskilde University, Denmark (email@example.com), aims at making ICME-10 a truly wide-spanning gathering for researchers and teachers from all parts of the world. To help endure this, it is intended to keep the registration fee at its customary level and to provide lodging options for all budget levels.
Information about various aspects of the organis
It is also possible to sign up on this site for a copy of the first announcement of ICME-10.