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Welcome to the IMS'06 web site

Welcome to the website for the eigth International Mathematica Symposium (IMS'06). The symposium will be held from June 19th, to June 23rd, 2006 at the Conference Center of Palais des Papes in Avignon, France, next to the celebrated St Benezet bridge, two monuments inscribed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List, together with the Rocher des Doms.

This conference must be at the level of this magical place by combining scientific excellence with overtures to all those who want to discover the revolution brought by Mathematica in the world of knowledge and information.

Conference Center of Palais des Papes

June 19th - 23rd 2006, Avignon, France

Pope's palace general view

IMS'06 attendees will be:
researchers, engineers and project managers in the domain of scientific computing and related domains,
pedagogues who teach mathematics and sciences at high school, college or university, as well as students who receive this teaching,
architects, designers, musicians and artists for whom mathematics is a form of writing and to whom Mathematica opens, in a unified way, so various fields as programming, structural computing, urban planning, information representation or the use of sociologic data to be modeled,
authors who wish to promote books or application software,
professionals who want to learn efficiently Mathematica and its applications, through personalized training sessions,
all those who want to take advantage of the cultural diversity of the conference, to grasp ideas and establish connections in an exceptional friendly atmosphere.
Submission Dates /Deadlines
Abstract Submission Januar 20th, 2006
Paper Submission March 23rd, 2006
Other Submissions March 23rd, 2006

Other Dates / Deadlines
Late Registration Open
Standard Registration March 23rd, 2006
Room Reservation March 23rd, 2006

Attendees must be aware that booking in the city and its surroundings will be difficult, even before this date, because of high touristic frequentation.