The International Mathematica Symposium is an interdisciplinary
conference for Mathematica users in mathematics, natural and life
sciences, social sciences and law, engineering, graphics and design,
arts and music, education, industry, and commerce.
Background and Focus
If you use Mathematica in research or teaching, or if you are
developing products based on Mathematica, then the Symposium is an
opportunity to share your results with like-minded colleagues. IMS
has also built up a deserved reputation as an exceptionally convivial
and friendly gathering.
Call for Abstracts
The Symposium is refereed, and a published Proceedings (book or CD
with ISBN) is produced for each conference.
The closing date for abstracts is 28 February 2005. Please submit
your proposals by email, preferably as Mathematica Notebooks, to Paul
Abbott [email@example.com]. Abstracts will be reviewed
by the Program Committee and full papers will be requested for
accepted abstracts. All full papers will appear on the CD proceedings
and selected best papers will appear in the edited printed
Call for Exhibits
The IMS 2005 Organizing Committee also seeks proposals for
- Discussion Panels and Workshops
- Art Exhibitions & Installations
- Poster Presentations
- Software Demonstrations, and
- Displays / Exhibition Booths by vendors and sponsors
The closing date for such submissions is 30 April 2005.