International Mathematica Symposium 2005

The University of Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia

August 5-8, 2005

The Symposium

The International Mathematica Symposium is an interdisciplinary conference for users of Mathematica in mathematics, natural and life sciences, social sciences and law, engineering, graphics and design, arts and music, education, industry, and commerce.

Held six times since its inception in 1995, the Symposium is now making its first appearance in the southern hemisphere. The Symposium is refereed, and a published Proceedings (book or CD with ISBN) is now produced for each conference.

IMS 1995 (Southampton, United Kingdom)
IMS 1997 (Rovaniemi, Finland)
IMS 1999 (Linz, Austria)
IMS 2001 (Tokyo, Japan)
IMS 2003 (London, United Kingdom)
IMS 2004 (Banff, Canada)

If you use Mathematica in research or teaching, or if you have developed or 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.

In 2005 it will be held at the School of Physics of The University of Western Australia. The Symposium will run from August 5-8, including optional Mathematica training sessions. On-campus accommodation is not available, but special rates have been negotiated with local hotels and serviced apartments.

Call for Papers

The closing date for abstracts is February 28, 2005. Please submit your proposals by email to Paul Abbott.

Call for Contributions

The IMS 2005 Organizing Committee also seeks proposals for the following:

  • Discussion panels and workshops
  • Art exhibitions and installations
  • Poster presentations
  • Software demonstrations
  • Displays and exhibition booths by vendors and sponsors

The closing date for such submissions is April 30, 2005.