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Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics CICM 2009, Call for Participation

From: Ilias Kotsireas <ikotsire@uwaterloo.ca>
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 21:43:58 -0400 (EDT)
To: www-math@w3.org
cc: Bert Bos <bert@w3.org>, "Stephen M. Watt" <smwatt@gmail.com>
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          Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics CICM 2009
              6 July -- 12 July 2009, Grand Bend Ontario Canada
                  http://www.orcca.on.ca/conferences/cicm09

                          Call for Participation

                 Notice Hotel Block to be Released April 30


The 2009 Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics are a cluster
of related meetings on various aspects of the intelligent treatment of 
mathematical information by computers.

The event incorporates the Calculemus and Mathematical Knowledge Management
conferences and a selection of workshops:

     * Compact Computer Algebra
     * Towards a Digital Mathematics Library
     * Mathematical User Interfaces
     * OpenMath
     * Pen-Based Mathematical Computation
     * W3C Workshop on Using Ink in Multimodal Applications

These workshops are all still accepting research contributions.

On the conference pages, you will also see the preliminary program and the
abstracts of the plenary talks:

    "Computational Logic and Continuous Mathematics, Pure and Applied,"
    Rob Arthan (Lemma 1 & Queen Mary, University of London, UK)

    "Math-Literate Computers," Dorothea Blostein (Queen's University, Canada)

    "Abstraction-Based Information Technology: A Framework for Open
     Mechanized Reasoning," Jacques Calmet (Universitaet Karlsruhe, Germany)

    "CAMAL 40 Years On -- Is Small Still Beautiful?"
    John Fitch (University of Bath, UK)

    "Software Engineering for Mathematics,"
    Georges Gonthier (Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK)

    "Some Traditional Mathematical Knowledge Management,"
    Patrick Ion (Math Reviews, USA)

    "Math Handwriting Recognition in Windows 7 and Its Benefits,"
    Marko Panic (Microsoft Development, Serbia)

    "Assembling the Digital Mathematics Library,"
    David Ruddy (Cornell University, USA)

Please note that the on-site accommodation for the meeting can be held only
until April 30.   As this is a popular summer location, it will be more 
difficult and expensive to reserve a room after this.


The Fields Institute for the Mathematical Sciences is the principal sponsor
of CICM 2009.   Support of the following is also gratefully acknowledged:

McMaster University, University of Waterloo, Research Western, 
University of Western Ontario Faculty of Science, Wilfrid Laurier University,
Maplesoft, ACM Sigsam and the Ontario Research Centre for Computer Algebra.
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