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CFP: Web and Mobile Mathematical Interfaces

From: Marco Pollanen <marcopollanen@trentu.ca>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2014 20:25:27 +0000 (UTC)
To: www-math@w3.org
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Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to submit abstracts and full papers to a Special Session
on Web and Mobile Mathematical Interfaces as part of The 4th
International Congress on Mathematical Software, a satellite conference
of the International Congress of Mathematicians 2014 in Seoul.

The deadline for submission of a short abstract (200-500 words) is March
31, 2014. This may be followed by an optional full abstract (deadline
April 30, 2014). A decision about acceptance will be made within a week
of submission.  Please e-mail submissions to marcopollanen@trentu.ca or


Marco Pollanen, Session Co-organizer
Jeff Hooper, Session Co-organizer


4th International Congress on Mathematical Software
August 5-9, 2014
Seoul, Korea

Session: “Software, design and practice in Web and Mobile Interfaces for


Marco Pollanen (Trent University, Canada)

Jeff Hooper (Acadia University, Canada)

Aim and Scope:

Since the last International Congress on Mathematical Software there has
been rapid technological innovation in human-computer interaction.
Touch-enabled interfaces, mobile devices, cloud computing, and Web 2.0
are changing the way users engage with technology. The aim of this
session is to focus on the mathematical aspects of these: bringing
together researchers, developers and users of mathematical interfaces to
explore how evolving technologies may influence the direction of
mathematical user interface design.

Topics (including, but not limited to):

-usability studies of new or existing interfaces
-novel mathematical interfaces
-digital documents and mathematical content
-user requirements for future interfaces
-interactive and collaborative mathematical environments
-input, presentation and manipulation of mathematical content
-new models for engaging with digital mathematical content
-interface design for mobile and touch-enabled devices


- A short abstract will appear on the permanent conference web page (see
below) as soon as accepted.

- An extended abstract will appear on the permanent conference web page
(see below) as soon as accepted. It will also appear on the proceedings
that will be distributed during the meeting.

- A journal special issue consisting of full papers is planned. Details
for submission will be communicated by the session organizers
immediately after the meeting.


Short Abstract submission deadline:    March 31, 2014.
Extended Abstract submission deadline (optional):    April 30, 2014.

More Information:

Submission Guidelines:


Session Web page:


Conference Web Page:

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