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International Mathematica Symposium 2008

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  • Subject: [mg84179] International Mathematica Symposium 2008
  • From: Markus van Almsick <M.v.Almsick at tue.nl>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 20:00:06 -0500 (EST)

+++ Please, dismiss the premature IMS announcement that was released 
to this forum on the 2nd of November +++


Dear Mathematica User,


We invite you with great pleasure to the

	International Mathematica Symposium (IMS) 2008
	June 20-24, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

The International Mathematica Symposium is an interdisciplinary 
conference for Mathematica users in mathematics, natural and life 
sciences, engineering, computer science, education, industry and 
commerce, social sciences and law, graphics, design and architecture, 
and arts and music. If you use Mathematica in research or teaching, or 
if you are developing products based on Mathematica, then the 
Symposium is a unique opportunity to share your results with like-
minded colleagues.

Prominent Wolfram Research staff members will discuss and explain the 
latest software developments and give in-depth introductions to the 
new features of Mathematica 6. IMS has a deserved reputation as an 
exceptionally convivial and friendly gathering. Come and celebrate 
with us the 20th Mathematica anniversary on the June 23, 2008, in the 
heart of Europe.

The International Mathematica Symposium is a 5-day, 2-track conference 
with sessions for a wide range of disciplines, with distinguished 
keynotes, workshops, lectures, and discussion panels. To emphasize 
Mathematica and the life sciences, we invite IMS participants to an 
optional high-tech tour around Maastricht University Hospital the 
afternoon of Saturday, June 21. Several alternative leisure tours in 
and around Maastricht are offered as well. Sunday, June 22 is devoted 
to Mathematica in education, and a special one-day admission is 
available for those who wish to attend only this day. This Education 
Day will focus on Mathematica applications for school and university, 
and will highlight Mathematica features particularly suited for this 
purpose.

Maastricht, a medieval town in the South of the Netherlands and 
birthplace of the European Union in 1992, provides a beautiful 
backdrop for the upcoming IMS. The Symposium will take place in the 
exquisite, state-of-the-art lecture halls of Maastricht University in 
the historic city center.

Call for Abstracts:

We welcome abstracts for three kinds of submissions:

The preferred form of submission is a paper provided via a 
Mathematica notebook with The Mathematica Journal stylesheet.

Instead of posters we promote the submission of Mathematica 
Demonstrations as described on The Wolfram Demonstrations Project
(demonstrations.wolfram.com).

We also welcome talks or workshops without subsequent publication. 
These should be given as Mathematica slide shows.

Details and templates for all submission types are available on our 
website (www.ims08.org). Abstracts will be reviewed by the Program 
Committee, and full papers, Demonstrations, talks, or workshop 
tutorials will be requested for those accepted. The Symposium is 
refereed, and proceedings will be published with ISBN on CD for the 
conference and electronically thereafter. Outstanding papers are 
eligible for subsequent publication in The Mathematica Journal 
(www.mathematica-journal.com).


Important Dates:
----------------------

Closing date for abstract submission		January 21
Notification of acceptance			February 4
Deadline for final submission			March 24
Deadline for early registration			May 1
Symposium from Friday to Tuesday		June 20-24
Education Day on Sunday				June 22


Registration and Prices:
---------------------------------

Register at the 9th International Mathematica Symposium website 
(www.ims08.org). The registration fee for the 5-day symposium is 380 Euros
(incl. tax). 

This low fee applies to commercial and academic participants who 
register before May 1, 2008. Thereafter, a late registration fee of 
460 Euros (incl. tax) will be in effect. The Education Day, on Sunday, June 
22, is included in the full IMS registration fee. You may also 
register solely for the Education Day, at a cost of 40 Euros (incl. tax) 
before May 1 or 50 Euros thereafter. The gastronomic conference dinner on 
Sunday, June 22 in the amazing man-made caves of Geulhem can be booked 
for 65 Euros (optional).


Travel Information:
-------------------------

Travel tips and hotel reservations are provided on the IMS website 
(www.ims08.org). Maastricht is a touristic hot spot, and early booking
for the month of June is advised. Furthermore, Maastricht, due to its central 
location, is an ideal starting or end point for travel throughout 
Europe. Several international and low-budget airports 
(www.lowcostairlines.nl) are nearby (see map below). Maastricht has
a Eurolines bus stop (www.eurolines.com). IMS 2008 includes a weekend
to keep travel costs low. You find additional information on our website
(www.ims08.org).


Please reserve June 20-24, 2008, in your agenda. Hope to meet you all 
in Maastricht!


The local organizers:
Bart M. ter Haar Romeny
Markus van Almsick
Bart Janssen
Margret Philips

Eindhoven University of Technology
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Email: ims2008 at tue.nl



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