************************************** Information provided by Prof. Young H. Choe. ************************************** The 17th International Seminar of Math. Educ. on Creativity Development and Gifted Children
The Korean Society of Mathematical Education (KSME) will host the 17th International Seminar of Mathematics Education on Creativity Development and Gifted Children.
When: August 9-10, 2013 (Fri.-Sat.) Venue: Mokwon Univ., Doan-dong, Seo-gu, Daejeon 302-729, Korea
Daejeon is located in the center of South Korea. Daejeon can be accessed by expressways, national highways, railroad, and air within 2 hours from anywhere in South Korea. Language: English and Korean
For Korean announcement see http://www.ksme.info/ For foreign participants, contact Prof. Young H. Choe at <mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Fee:
For more detailed information see the attached file "KSME-Sem17RegistForm.docx". To regist, fill the blanks of the file, and send it back to KSME <mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org. [ ] US $ 40.00 Before June 30, 2013 [ ] US $ 50.00 After July 1, 2013 [ ] EURO 31.00 Before June 30, 2013 [ ] EURO 38.00 After July 1, 2013 [ ] JAPAN ¥ 3,300 Before June 30, 2013 [ ] JAPAN ¥ 4,300 After July 1, 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers written in English, which are accepted for presentation at the Seminar will be published in the Proceedings of the Seminar or in the Journal of the Korean Society of Mathematical Education Series D: RME depend on the conditions of the manuscript.
Submission of the manuscripts: The deadline of applying for a paper presentation at the International Sessions of Oral Delivery or the Poster Session is June 7 (Fri.) for abstracts. The deadline for the submission of full manuscripts or posters is July 8 (Mon.). For the instruction for manuscripts, see page iv of any issue of the journal RME. Please send us the title of the article, the names of authors with affiliations, the abstract not exceeding 100 words, key words, MESC Classification <http://www.zentralblatt-math.org/matheduc/classification/>http://www.zentralblatt-math.org/matheduc/classification/ and AMS 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification <http://www.ams.org/msc/>http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/msc/msc2010.html These are usually consist of the first page of the article. The limit of an article length for the Proceedings of the Seminar is 10 pages. When the article is accepted for the Journal of the Korean Society of Mathematical Education Series D, the limit is 20 pages. The limit of a poster is A0 size (w 840mm x h 1188mm). Papers written in English, which are prepared in the journal article format and accepted for RME publication (Articles for RME will be sent to three referees for peer reviewing.), will be published in
Journal of the Korean Society of Mathematical Education Series D:
RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICAL EDUCATION (RME)
Volume 17, Number 2 (June, 2013)
There are page-charges associated with articles appearing in the journal. The charges are US$200 for the first six pages or less and US$20 for each additional page. These charges are waived (limit: 10 pages a person) if the author or authors have paid the Registration Fees, personally attend the meeting to present the paper, and have willingness to review three papers written by others. The deadline for the submission of full manuscripts for the Journal of the KSME Series D: RME is June 7 (Fri.). Papers written in English, which are accepted for presentation at the Meeting but not accepted for Journal of the KSME Series D: RME, will be published in the Proceedings of the Meeting. Submissions of the papers can be done by email at <mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org If you submit the full article for the posters before June 7 (Fri.) it may appear in the journal RME if it is suitable for the journal article. For more detailed information see the attached file "KSME-Sem17Annouce(rev.).pdf".
For more detailed information see the attached file "KSME-Sem17Annouce(rev.).pdf". The city Daejeon is located about 140km south of Seoul, and Seoul has two int°Øl airports,
Incheon Int°Øl Airport: <http://www.airport.kr/eng/airport/>http://www.airport.kr/eng/airport/ Incheon Int°Øl Airport is the major airport in Korea and there are direct flights from most cities of the world. There are shuttle busses connecting Incheon Int°Øl Airport and Daejeon. Gimpo Int°Øl Airport: <http://gimpo.airport.co.kr/>http://gimpo.airport.co.kr/ Gimpo Airport is the nearest airport to the center of Seoul. There are direct flights from many cities of East Asia. There are shuttle busses connecting Gimpo Airport and Daejeon. The city Daejeon is located at the center of South Korea. Gimhae Int°Øl Airport in Busan and Jeju Int°Øl Airport are also convenient entry airports to come to Daejeon. There are direct flights from many cities of East Asia to theses airports.
Daejeon has many hotels and motels. A wide range of accommodation is available for participants to choose from. The room rate varies from 40,000Won (US$36) to more than 200,000Won (US$180) per night (Exchange rate: US$ 1 = 1,100 Won).