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Alan Rogerson

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UPDATE 4 for the International Montenegro Conference Sep 21-26, 2014
Posted: Jan 17, 2014 6:41 AM
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*Happy New Year!

Below is Update 4 for the conference, and attached is the updated First
Announcement6. Please use this version to register for the conference.*


UPDATE 4 for the International Montenegro Conference Sep 21-26, 2014

1. *More than 40 people have registered for the conference so far. We
look forward to your early bird registrations before January 31.*

**

2. *If you are planning to present a paper and need a peer review
please register, pay the fee and send your paper as soon as you can
because we need time to organise the reviews with our very helpful
team of volunteers (peer review is NOT compulsory but is simply a
free offer on our behalf if you wish to take advantage of it). *

**

3. *For those presenting papers please note that we are using a hotel
for our conference and there are NO computer rooms available. There
will be a computer projector in every working group break-out room.*

**

4. *If you have registered and need a formal and official letter of
invitation please send your full title and work affiliation address,
as well as the title of your paper if you are presenting one.*

**

5. *Before making your travel plans, please remember to check the visa
requirements (if any) to enter Croatia, which is in the EU (for
Dubrovnik airport), and Montenegro (for Tivot airport). Public
transport and/or taxis are available from both airports to our hotel.*

**

6. *For those of you sharing a room please let me know if you wish to
have a room with one double bed or two single beds (twin share),
both are available in the hotel but I need to know your preference.
If I do not hear from you will automatically be allocated a twin
share room*

**

7. *Independently of us, and the hotel, a local tourist tax of 1? a day
per person is levied for all people staying at the hotel. Please pay
this directly to the hotel when you check in.*

**

8. *An extra 1-2 nights may be booked before and/or after the
conference at the specially reduced conference room rates. I will
send full details of how to do this to those who are interested and
who have registered and paid the conference fee.

**MACAS*

*We hope to include papers from MACAS Group members during our
conference. MACAS stands for Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts
and Sciences.
The MACAS Network was founded in 2005 and started with MACAS 1 at the
University of Education in Schwäbisch Gmünd (Coordinating institution of
ScienceMath),Germany. MACAS 2 took place at Syddansk Universitet
(partner institution in the ScienceMath project) in 2007 and MACAS 3 at
Université de Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, which Margaret and I attended.
The goal of MACAS is to bring together researchers who share the vision
of unifying the arts, mathematics, and the sciences in the school and
university curricula or who are involved in interdisciplinary work
between mathematics, sciences and arts. We warmly invite current MACAS
Group members and others to present papers in Montenegro.*

*I warmly thank **Astrid Beckmann, Viktor Freiman & Claus Michelsen for
their help and information about MACAS.


*

*Best wishes,
Alan*


*Dr. Alan Rogerson
D.Phil (Oxon), M.Sc., B.Sc., B.A. (Lon), Dip.Ed., Cert. Ed. (Cantab).*



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