June 19-23, 2006
Palais des Papes
The International Mathematica Symposium (IMS) is an interdisciplinary conference that welcomes both potential users and experts of Mathematica in mathematics, natural and life sciences, social sciences, law, engineering, graphics and design, arts and music, education, industry, and commerce.
Held seven times since its inception in 1995, the Symposium is now making its first appearance in France. The Symposium is refereed, and all the contributions to the symposium will be archived on a free open website. They will also be recorded on a CD-ROM or a DVD-ROM given to participants, and a selection of papers will be published in the Journal of Symbolic Computation and The Mathematica Journal.
- IMS 1995 (Southampton, United Kingdom)
- IMS 1997 (Rovaniemi, Finland)
- IMS 1999 (Linz, Austria)
- IMS 2001 (Tokyo, Japan)
- IMS 2003 (London, United Kingdom)
- IMS 2004 (Banff, Canada)
- IMS 2005 (Perth, Australia)
If you use or plan to use Mathematica in research or teaching, or if you have developed or are developing products based on Mathematica, then the Symposium is an opportunity to share your results with like-minded colleagues. IMS has also built up a deserved reputation as an exceptionally convivial and friendly gathering.
In 2006 it will be held in the prestigious setting of the Palais des Papes in Avignon, France. The Symposium will run from June 19-23. Special rates have been negotiated with local hotels for reservations made by March 23. Avignon is indeed a world-renowned touristic city, so hotels reservations must be made very early. All information can be found at the IMS 2006 website.
Call for Contributions
The IMS 2006 Organizing Committee seeks proposals for the following:
- Conference papers in oral or poster form
- Discussion panels and workshops
- Art exhibitions and installations
- Software demonstrations
- Displays by vendors and sponsors
Proposal details, including a Mathematica notebook template, are available online.