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ATCM & TIME 2013

ATCM & TIME 2013

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The 18th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics
(ATCM 2013, December 7-11, 2013, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India
The 18th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics
(ATCM 2013, December 7-11, 2013, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

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 Joint session of 
“ATCM+TIME 2013”
a joint session of 18
ATCM (Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics)and 6
TIME (Technology and Innovations in Mathematics Education) is scheduled at Indian Instituteof Technology Bombay ( I. I. T. Bombay) Mumbai India, from 7-11 December 2013.The
ATCM conferences are
international conference addressing technology-based issues in allMathematical Sciences.The 17
ATCM December 16-20, 2012 was held at SSR University,Bangkok, Thailand . About 400 participants coming from over 30 countries around the worldparticipated in the conference. For more details about ATCM 2013 seehttp://atcm.mathandtech.org/ The
conferences are national (Indian) conferences held every two years . TIME conferencesserve a dual role: as a forum in which mathematics educators and teachers will come together todiscuss and to probe major issues associated with the integration of technology in mathematicsteaching and learning, and as a place where they can share their perspectives, personal experiences,and innovative teaching practices. TIME 2011 was held at IPS Indore and attracted 170 participants.For more details see www.math.iitb.ac.in/TIME2013 
ATCM 2013
International Program Co-Chairs
Tilak de ALWIS ,Southeastern Louisiana University, U.S.A.Miroslaw MAJEWSKI ,New York Institute of Technology, United Arab EmiratesWei-Chi YANG ,Radford University, U.S.A.
International Program Committee
Paul ABBOTT ,University of Western Australia, AustraliaKeng Cheng ANG ,NIE/ Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeYiming CAOBeijing Normal University, ChinaJen-Chung CHUAN ,National Tsing Hua University, TaiwanMa. Louise Antonette De Las Penas ,Ateneo De Manila University, PhilippinesLenni HAAPASALO ,University of Joensuu, FinlandNoraini Binti IDRIS ,University of Malaya, MalaysiaMasami ISODA ,University of Tsukuba, JapanErol KARAKIRIK
,Abant İzzet Baysal
University, Turkey
Matthias KAWSKI ,Arizona State University, U.S.A.Krongthong KHAIRIREE ,Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, ThailandBarry KISSANE ,Murdoch University, AustraliaIchiro KOBAYASHI ,International Educational Software, JapanMing-Gong LEE ,Chung Hua University, TaiwanHee-chan LEW ,Korea National University of Education, South KoreaDouglas MEADE ,The University of South Carolina, U.S.A.Eva Milková ,University of Hradec Králové, Czech RepublicVladimir Nodelman ,Holon Institute of Technology, IsraelAntonio R. QUESADA ,The University of Akron, U.S.A.Inder K RANA ,Indian Institute of Technology, Powai, IndiaKatsuhiko SHIMIZU ,Tokyo University of Science, JapanTadashi TAKAHASHI ,Konan University, JapanLu YANG ,Guangzhou University, ChinaYuan YUAN ,Chung Yuan University, TaiwanBernd ZIMMERMANN ,Friedrich Schiller University, Germany
Local Organising Committee ATCM + TIME 2013Chair
Prof. Inder K. RanaDepartment of Mathematics,I.I.T. BombayPowai, Mumbai 400076email:ikrana@gmail.comPhone :(O) 022-25767462/25768462,
Prof. Abhiram Ranade , CSE, I.I.T. BombayDr.Stuti Borgohain , Dept. of Math., I.I.T. BombayDr. Ajit Kumar, I.C.T., MumbaiDr. Praveen K. Chaurasia, N.C.E.R.T., New DelhiMr. Prodipto Hore, Aditya Birla World Academy, MumbaiMr. Amitava Saraswati, Saint Paul School, Indore
TIME 2013
National Advisory Committee
Prof. Inder K. Rana, (Convener) IIT BombayProf. S. Kumaresan, University of HyderabadProf. A. Vijayakumar, Cochin University of Science & TechnologyProf. Sridhar Iyer, I.I.T. BombayDr. Shailesh Shirali, Rishi Valley School, KarnatakaDr. Jonaki B. Ghosh, Lady Shri Ram College, New DelhiM.S. Solanki, Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Bhopal
Academic Committee
Dr. Jonaki B. Ghosh (Convener), Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi
Themes & Format TIME 2013Themes
Two main themes proposed are:
Role of technology in teaching of mathematics
Innovative practices in teaching mathematicsWe hope that TIME 2013, like Time 2005, TIME 2007, TIME 2009, and TIME 2011 will serve a dualrole: as a forum in which mathematics educators and teachers will come together to discuss and toprobe major issues associated with the integration of technology in mathematics teaching andlearning, and as a place where they can share their perspectives, personal experiences, andinnovative teaching practices.The participants will have the opportunity to listen and interact with international experts.
The event will have
Invited one hour talks on the issue of technology in mathematics education andinnovative practices in math education by experts.
Short 20-30 minute presentations by school/college teachers on their existinginnovative practices in teaching and efforts in integrating technology in teaching of mathematics.
Poster presentations on innovations in teaching, book exhibition and softwaredemonstrations with hands-on workshops.
Hand on workshops on the role and use of Hardware like calculators andComputers, Tablet PCs, and software like Dynamic Geometry , Maple,Mathematica, Mupad, and others in mathematics education.
Workshops on recreational mathematics mental mathematics are also planned
Panel discussion:
Integrating Technology in math curriculum.
Role of parents in math education
Registration and Paper presentationProcedure for participation
Mathematics educators, teachers (schools / colleges/ higher education) are invited to participate inthe event.There will be separate registration and paper presentation procedures for both ATCM 2013 andTIME 2013. However there will be one common academic program. Participants will have thefreedom to participate in all the academic sessions.You need to register only for one of them and will be free to attend proceedings of both.To participate in the conference, you need not present a paper. Simply register for either ATCM2013 or TIME 2013 and attend both the conferences, attend all the talks to learn about the role of technology in Mathematics education, and participate in the various discussions and workshops.
For ATCM 2013
 To register and submit abstract of the proposals, please visit atcm.mathandtech.org

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