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9th International Mathematica Conference 2008

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  • From: Markus van Almsick <M.v.Almsick at>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 05:29:25 -0400 (EDT)

9th International Mathematica Conference 2008
20-24th of June, Maastricht, the Netherlands

Dear Mathematica Users,

the International Mathematica Conference is the (bi-)annual event by 
and for all Mathematica enthusiasts worldwide. Attendants from all 
continents except Antarctica come to Maastricht this year to exhibit 
their exciting Mathematica applications, to learn about the latest 
Mathematica features from key developers, and to celebrate 
Mathematica's 20th anniversary.

The International Mathematica Symposium is a 2-track, 5-day, 
interdisciplinary conference with topics ranging from theoretical 
physics, engineering, and education to medicine, art, and law. The 
common denominator is Mathematica, its core technologies and applied 

You can find more information on our website
The submission deadline has passed but do not miss the early 
registration deadline on the 1st of May. You may never discover the 
full potential of Mathematica if you do not join the global community 
of Mathematica users!

We hope to welcome you in Maastricht, a delightful, medieval city in 
the heart of Europe, right next to Aachen, Germany.

the IMS'08 organizing committee

P.S. for budget minded travelers we have compiled a list of cheap but 
good hotels in Maastricht that are still available:
Orangerie, =80 77,
Hotel Poshoorn, =80 80, (still available, except Saturday)
Hotel Randwyck, =80 60, (only very few rooms)
StayOkay Maastricht, dorm beds, =80 26, membership HI required:
Hotel Les Charmes, =80 105, 200 meter from conference location:
WeekendjeWeg, =80 50-90, almost full:

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