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First Announcement
Call for Abstracts and Registration

The Cyprus Mathematical Society and the THALES Foundation is announcing the organization of the European Student Conference in Mathematics - EUROMATH2013. ?At this stage students of age 12-18 from any European or International school who may be interested in attending the Conference with or without a presentation should proceed with the registration process.

The deadline for abstracts/summaries is 10 February 2013.

Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be before 20 February 2013.

Registration should be completed by 1 March 2013.

The Conference will consist of several workshops and sessions covering multiple themes. Students are encouraged to present work or projects in mathematics in the following themes but not limited to. Group presentations are also welcome and full audiovisual technology will be available. The official language of the conference is English. Abstracts/summaries may be provided, in addition to English, in the mother language of the student.

The themes of interest are:

  • Applications of Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Sciences
  • Mathematics and Life
  • Mathematics and Technology
  • Mathematics and Social Sciences
  • Mathematics and Space
  • Fractals and Geometry
  • Mathematics and Economy
  • Mathematics and Literature
  • Mathematics and Nature
  • Communication of Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Music
  • Mathematics and Law
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • History of Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Society
  • Mathematics and Europe
  • Mathematics and Philosophy
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Mathematics and Theatre
  • Famous Numbers
  • Mathematics and Sports
Proposed Workshops, Symposiums, Sessions or Exhibitions within the Conference are welcome.

Please send your abstracts/proposals at info@euromath.org to the attention of the Programme Committee
European Mathematical Society
Munich Re
The City of Gothenburg
Chalmers University of Technology
Fraunhofer Chalmers Research Centre Industrial Mathematics