MathML and Math on the Web
June 28-30, 2002 at Hickory Ridge Conference Center Chicago, Illinois
The MathML conference provides a forum to present and discuss current research and applications, with major emphasis on MathML and technologies that ease the use of mathematical and scientific content on the web. It is the aim of this conference to bring together those people involved in creating the future of mathematics on the web.
The conference embraces all areas of MathML technologies, including authoring, rendering, content management, collaboration, searching, archiving, and conversion. Of interest is work involving courseware or other technologies, such as XML, XSLT, web services, typesetting, and computer algebra, provided it relates principally to web-based mathematical communication.
The conference format includes invited speakers, tutorials, contributed papers, posters, and software demonstrations. Participation is sought in all areas.
Contributed papers for MathML 2002 should be submitted in the form of extended abstracts of two to four pages by Friday, February 8, 2002. Submissions will be reviewed by the program committee, and notification of acceptance will be given by Monday, March 4. The abstracts will be placed on the conference web site before the meeting.
A special issue of the Journal of Symbolic Computation (JSC) containing full versions of papers selected from the meeting is planned. Details of this special issue will be provided to the authors of those papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference. Authors who wish to submit papers for this special issue will be requested to do so by Friday, July 26, 2002.
Proposals are invited for high-quality panel sessions. Proposals should include a two-page description and motivation for the topic to be discussed, as well as two pages devoted to the biographies of willing panelists. Panel proposals should be submitted by Friday, February 8, 2002. The program committee will give notification of acceptance by Monday, March 4.
Poster sessions will allow for presentation of new developments and works in progress. Posters to be considered for presentation at the conference should be submitted in the form of abstracts of one to four pages by Friday, March 15, 2002. The program committee will give notification of acceptance by Friday, March 29.
A special session will be devoted to live software demonstrations. To propose a software demonstration, describe the main aspects of the package, emphasizing its unique or novel aspects, in two to five pages (including any screenshots) by Friday, March 15, 2002. The program committee will give notification of acceptance by Friday, March 29.
Submission and Notification
All submissions must be received by the dates specified. Notification of acceptance will be sent by email to the submitting authors. The preferred method for submission is via the web at: http://www.mathmlconference.org/2002/submissions
General inquiries about the conference should be forwarded to email@example.com.
Additional conference details and submission guidelines are available at: http://www.mathmlconference.org