One page abstracts for research papers, symposia, and workshops will be refereed. A CD-ROM of conference proceedings will be published prior to the conference consisting of delegates’ 8 page papers for those who wish to use this process. Authors are encouraged to bring paper copies of their paper(s) to the Conference for distribution. As is ICTMA practice, an edited commercially published book consisting of chapters based on selected, extended and revised papers, which are fully peer reviewed, will be produced in the ICTMA book series. See http://www.ictma.net/literature.html
We require abstracts of proposed papers with the following format:
a. A maximum of one page
b. Written in English using MS Word, Times New Roman, 12 point font, single line spacing, and 6 points between paragraphs on an A4 page.
c. The title should be centred (in 16 point bold Title Case), author(s) name(s) (in 14 point bold), and affiliation(s) of author(s) (in 12 point italics); all in Times New Roman .
d. The name of the attending author(s) should be underlined.
Please use this template here
The abstracts should be submitted as an attachment to an email to the conference office: ICTMA 15 office not later than 23 April 2011.
Please use a file name as follows: family name_initial_ictma15_abstract.doc
A list of accepted abstracts and authors can be found here.
The abstracts for the accepted symposium can be found here.
Optional Conference Paper (8 pp.) to be included on CD of Conference Proceedings. Due date: 21st June, 2011.
Please use this template: [dot] or a [doc]
Springer will publish an edited volume of selected papers from ICTMA15 as a book in the International Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling series edited by Gabriele Kaiser and Gloria Stillman. Editors of the book to be announced.
International experts will referee chapters submitted by conference participants after the conference. These chapters are to be received by 15th September 2011. Instructions to folllow are linked here.