International Mathematica Symposium 2003 (IMS 2003)
Venue: Imperial College London
|Event Date/Time: Jul 07, 2003||End Date/Time: Jul 11, 2003|
The International Mathematica Symposium (http://metric.ma.ic.ac.uk/ims03/) is an interdisciplinary conference for users of Mathematica in research, education, industry and commerce. Held every two years, it returns to England in 2003 for the first time since its inception in 1995.
The Symposium is refereed, and a published Proceedings is produced for each conference.
If you use Mathematica in research or with students, 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 2003 it will be held at Imperial College, in the heart of the great city of London.
The Symposium will run from 7-11 July, with optional pre- and post-conference training sessions. College accommodation is available, and special rates with local hotels have been agreed. Registration will be from 260 pounds sterling, with rooms available from 33 pounds nightly. Grants and subsidies are available for participants in certain categories (please see website).
Confirmed plenary speakers for the Symposium
* Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica, CEO of Wolfram Research, and author of the best-selling book A New Kind Of Science
* John Nash, Nobel laureate, pioneer of noncooperative game theory (amongst other things...)
* Roman Maeder, author of The Mathematica Programmer and Computer Science with Mathematica, and one of the undisputed world experts on programming in Mathematica.
* Bruno Buchberger, creator of Theorema, and the leading authority on logic and proving using Mathematica
* Carl McTague, young mathematician and composer of the Mathematica-based piece, Six Integers.