The International Mathematics & Design Association (M&D) was founded in August 3, 1998, Buenos Aires, Argentina, as a non-profitable civil society registered at the Argentine General Justice Inspection with the number 1656548. It has associates from nine countries of the world. The Association considers three types of associates: (a) Active associates: professionals of well reputed competence on the subject considered by the Association; (b) Adherent associates: students of some related discipline; (c) Institutional associates: research groups, university departments, different kinds of studios.



02 - 06 on September 2013 Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism Tucumán National University

Tucúman - Argentina

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In the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism received nothing less than the Architect CESAR PELLI, world famous for his design of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. THE ARCH. CESAR PELLI, just won the Diamond Konex:





Due to different reasons, the authorities of the City of Buenos Aires had beg us to change the saloon where the M&D-2010 conference will take place. All the activities will be performed at the Sociedad Científica Argentina, Santa Fe 1145, C.A.B.A. on Monday 7, Tuesday 8, Wednesday 9 and Friday 11, June 2010, from 9 to 12 hr and 14 to 18 hr. There will a coffee-break from 10 to 10.30 hr and from 16 to 16.30 hr, as well as a catering for lunch from 12 to 14 hr, all included in the registration fee.

11th International Conference of The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project

Turning Dreams into Reality: Transformations and Paradigm Shifts in Mathematics Education

September 10 (arrival) – 16, 2011
Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa

Preliminary Announcement and Call for Papers The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project has just completed its tenth successful international conference in Dresden, Germany, following conferences in Egypt, Jordan, Poland, Australia, Sicily, Czech Republic, Malaysia and the USA. Our project was founded in 1986 and is dedicated to the planning, writing and disseminating of innovative ideas and materials in Mathematics, Statistics, Science and Computer Education.  The next conference is planned for September 10 – 16, 2011 in Grahamstown, South Africa. The chairman of the Local Organising Committee is Professor Marc Schafer of Rhodes University. The conference will open with an evening welcome reception on Sunday, Sep 10th and will close with lunch on Saturday, Sep 16th. Major sponsors will include Autograph.

The title of the conference is "Turning Dreams into Reality: Transformations and Paradigm Shifts in Mathematics Education". Paper proposals are now invited on all innovative aspects of mathematics, statistics, science and computer education. Our conferences are renowned for their friendly and productive working atmosphere. They are attended by innovative teachers and mathematics educators from all over the world, 44 countries were represented at our last conference for example.
There will be an additional full social programme for accompanying persons.
For ALL further conference details please email Alan Rogerson , Chairman of the International Programme Committee, at alan@rogerson.pol.pl


1rst Conference of the European Society for the Mathematics and the Arts.

Paris, July 19-20, Institut Henri Poincaré, Amphi Hermite.

Description: Contributions to the Conference will belong to one of the four sections :
1) Static works (paintings, sculpture, architecture)
2) Cinematic works (videos, films, installations)
3) Tool in math art (softwares, 3D printers) 4) Education, history and philosophy in and
through Math Art.

Scientific and Artistic Committe :

  • François Apéry (Mulhouse)
  • Luc Bénard (Montréal)
  • Claude Bruter (Paris)
  • Jean Constant (Santa Fe)
  • Michele Emmer (Rome)
  • Michael Field (Houston)
  • Jos Leys (Anvers)
  • Dmitri Kozlov (Moscou)
  • Konrad Polthier (Berlin)

Late date for registration : May 15, 2010.
Information/Registration :
Please contact :
C.P. Bruter bruter@univ-paris12.fr
Hervé Lehning lehning@noos.fr