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Jerry P. Becker

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ATCM '99 Second Announcement
Posted: Apr 13, 1999 7:32 PM
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The Fourth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics

The latest information on ATCM99 will be updated at

"http://www.runet.edu/~atcm".

Best wishes,

Wei-Chi Yang
Chair of the international Program Committee,
Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics 1999.
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ATCM'99 Second Announcement & CALL FOR PAPERS

The Fourth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics

December 17 - 21, 1999
Guangzhou Normal University (GNU)
Guangzhou, P.R. China

Professor Wu Wen-tsun [Wu is the family name]
Honorary Conference Chair

Mirror Site in China: Chinese Version
(http://www.guangztc.edu.cn/atcm99)

E-mail: atcm@runet.edu
Fax (China): +86 20 86234160 or +86 20 86234992
[86 is the country code for P.R. China]
Fax (U.S.): (540) 831 6706

Main Theme

"Applications of Technology in Mathematics Research and
Teaching for the 21st Century"

ATCM'99 will provide an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and teachers
in education, mathematics and mathematical sciences, together with
researchers and developers of computer technology, to present their results in
using computer technology and exchange ideas and information
in their latest development. The conference will cover a broad range of
topics on the relevancy of technology in mathematical
research and teaching. These include but not limited to:

1. computer-aided teaching in mathematical sciences
2. computer algebra (systems) in research and teaching
3. multimedia and distance learning
4. graphing calculators
5. mathematical research and teaching using technology
6. numerical analysis

The conference will consist of plenary sessions by invited speakers, parallel
sessions by contributed papers, and tutorial sessions on software and
hardware relevant to mathematical research and teaching.
Books, software and hardware may also be on display.

(By Alphabetical Order of Their Surnames):

* Bruno BUCHBERGER (Austria)
* CHUAN Jen-chung (Taiwan)
* Keith O. GEDDES (Canada)
* LEE Peng Yee (Singapore)
* Katsuhiko SHIMIZU (Japan)
* Bert WAITS (USA)
* WU Wen-tsun (China) [Wu is the family name]

Special Session

G.T. SPRINGER (Australia)

Important Dates

Deadline for Submission of Abstracts : June 15, 1999
(Authors of selected abstracts will be invited to submit full papers)

Deadline for Submission of Full Papers : July 30, 1999
(Notification of acceptance on or before August 30, 1999)

Submission Guidelines

Abstracts

Your abstract must show title, author(s) and affiliation(s)
and must not exceed one A4 or letter size page; see this example in pdf
format

(http://www.cs.runet.edu/~atcm/ATCM99/GUIDELINES/abstract.pdf.

Abstracts can be submitted by electronic mail in either generic LaTeX
(no special style files other than those provided in LaTeX) format, in
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), or ASCII text form. Use the LaTeX template
or the HTML template or the ASCII template provided at
http://www.cs.runet.edu/~atcm/ATCM99
if at all possible.

Also, abstracts can be submitted electronically via the WWW
from the site
(http://www.cs.runet.edu/~atcm/ATCM99/SubmitForm.html).

Or, if you have no access to internet email, you can submit
your abstract as a hard copy by postal mail.

Accompanying each abstract (except for submissions via the
Web), you must include a text file/typewritten page that indicates the
primary contact person. Information of the contact person includes full
name, postal
mailing address, email address (preferred), phone number and fax number if
any.

Each abstract must be sent to both chairs of the International Program
Committee.

Prof. Wei-Chi Yang
Chair, International Program Committee
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
Radford University
Radford, VA 24142, U.S.A.
<wyang@runet.edu>

Dr. Dongming Wang
Vice Chair, International Program Committee
Laboratoire LEIBNIZ - Institut IMAG
46, avenue Felix Viallet
38031 Grenoble Cedex, France
<Dongming.Wang@imag.fr>

Notification of acceptance of abstracts for presentation at
the conference will be sent out on 15 July 1999. Also, authors of accepted
abstracts will be invited to submit the full paper version. All full papers
will be refereed. Accepted full papers (that are presented at the conference)
will appear in the Proceedings (Hard Copy) and the Electronic Proceedings.
Submission guideline for full papers is given next.

Full Papers

Papers shall not exceed 10 printed A4 pages (12 pt and no
less) in length. Papers contributed by Plenary & Special Session Speakers
shall not exceed 15 printed A4 pages (12 pt and no less) in length.

Detailed specifications are given in full guidelines as PDF.
Specifications relating to page dimensions, font size etc. are given in
page specifications in page specifications (a PDF file). (If you use the
LaTeX2e
proforma format, all these specifications are taken care of automatically.)

You must choose any one of the following two formats to
submit your full paper. The Editor-in-Chief/Editors reserve the right not
to publish
in the Electronic Proceedings, or EP, papers which are in exotic format X
(regardless of acceptance by referees based on content), if, in their
judgment, it is too difficult to achieve a uniform style in the EP with papers
in exotic format X.

HTML

The use of HTML should be restricted to articles that have a
minimum of mathematical symbols. All figures must be in either GIF or
JPEG format. All references should be cited using the numerical system (e.g.,
[3]) in the order in which they appear in the text. All references to a
Web Site should be written using the anchor tag.

If you are preparing your document using some word
processing software which has a conversion-to-HTML facility, please follow the
guidelines given in the page specifications.

LaTeX2e

Guidelines in LaTeX2e format are given in this file. The
guidelines can be used as a LaTeX2e template. They contain a description of
how to
include any postscript (EPS/PS) files. In order to run this file
Guidelines.tex you will need to download also the files atcm99.tex,
bibtexlogo.sty,
and fourierfig1.eps. Make sure you use the correct filename when "save".) A
copy
of this file can be viewed as a pdf file.

Tutorials

The ATCM'99 would like to invite educators and researchers
in mathematical sciences to submit proposals to conduct tutorials for
participants during the conference. The scope of proposal should be
consistent with
the themes of ATCM'99. The ATCM'99 will be an excellent opportunity for
the computer hardware, software and calculator companies to bring in
experts to conduct hands-on tutorials for the interested participants in
ATCM'99. We expect to attract over 400 educators and researchers around the
world.

Guidelines for submission follow the same as submission for
abstracts and/or full papers where applicable. Accepted full proposals will
be compiled in the Electronic Proceedings only. The URL will be published in
the hardcopy of the Proceedings. Tutorial proposals should also indicate the
proposed number of hour(s) to conduct the tutorials, and equipment needed.
Notification of acceptance will be sent out on or before August 30, 1999.

Interested parties may submit the ABSTRACTS and FULL
PROPOSALS to BOTH parties below

Dr. Wei-Chi Yang, Chair, International Program Committee
<wyang@runet.edu>

Dr. Dongming Wang, Vice Chair, International Program
Committee
<Dongming.Wang@imag.fr>

Exhibitions

ATCM'99 will provide spaces during the period of the
conference for software, hardware, calculator companies, and the book
publishers to
display their latest products or books in the field of mathematical sciences.

Fee for one exhibition area of 3 by 9 square feet: US $500.
To reserve an exhibition area at ATCM'99, please send a
cashier's check or money order to the following address by September 15,
1999.

Note: In addition to the exhibition fee, each exhibitor
needs to pay for the regular registration fee AND fill out the registration
form so we can prepare the badges.

ATCM99 Registration
Guangzhou Normal University
Guangzhou, 510400, P. R. China
Fax: +86 20 86234160 or +86 20 86234992

International Program Committee

Wei-Chi Yang, Chair (Radford University, USA)
Dongming Wang, Vice Chair (Institut IMAG, France)

Austria
Bernhard KUTZLER (University of Linz)

Australia
Paul ABBOTT (University of Western Australia)
Gary F. FITZGERALD (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
Peter JONES (Swinburn Institute of Technology)

China
Shui-hung HOU (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Jian Xiang LIN (Peking University)
Wenda WU (Beijing Municipal Computing Center)
Lu YANG (Guangzhou Normal University)

Japan
Masami ISODA (University of Tsukuba)
Ichiro KOBAYASHI (International Educational Software)
Seiya NEGAMI (Yokohama National University)
Shin WATANABE (Tokai Universit)

Korea
Hyunyong SHIN (Korea National University of Education)

Malaysia
Rosihan M. ALI (Universiti of Sains Malaysia)
Yahya bin Abu HASSAN (Universiti of Sains Malaysia)

Singapore
Peng Yee LEE (NIE/Nanyang Technological University)

Taiwan
Tak-Wai CHAN (National Central University)
Jen-Chung CHUAN (National Tsing Hua University)

Thailand
Pateep Chankong (Chiang Mai University)

U.S.A.
Tilak de ALWIS (Southeastern Louisiana University
Zaven KARIAN (Denison University)
Bert WAITS (The Ohio State University)

Publicity & Publications Chair
Sung-Chi CHU (Radford University, U.S.A.)

Deadlines for Registration Fee

On or before September 15, 1999 : US$220
After September 15, 1999: US$250

The registration fee of US$220 will cover the cost of
registration materials, conference programs, proceedings, and morning and
afternoon
teas. For registration, please send the completed registration form,
with your registration fee in the form of a Bank Draft or Cashier
Check in US Dollars payable to ATCM99 Committee, to the following address:

ATCM99 Registration
Guangzhou Normal University
Guangzhou, 510400
P. R. China

REGISTRATION FORM

The Fourth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics

PLEASE WRITE CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS
|___________________________________,
________________________________________|
(Last Name)
(First Name)

|________________________________________________________________________|
Institution Name (Full, Unabbreviated)

|________________________________________________________________________|
Mailing Address (Address, City, State/Province, Zip/Postal
Code, Country)

|___________________________________,

_______________________________________________|
Fax E-mail


PLEASE CHECK ONE OR MORE BOXES

____Early registration (On or before September 15, 1999)
US$220
____Late registration (after September 15, 1999) US$250
____Exhibition registration fee (September 15, 1999) US$500
____Tour 1 US$20 (city of Guangzhou)
____Tour 2* (We might be able to arrange a tour to Beijing
area later)
____Two Banquets US$50

Total:____________________

Check accommodation rates
____Guest house US$22/night
____Academic Exchange Center GNU (3 Stars) US$35/night
____China Hotel (5 Stars) US$148/night

Please note here if you want to share a hotel room :
YES ______ NO ______

You can complete this form, mail it to the following address
along with the fee:

ATCM99 Registration
Guangzhou Normal University
Guangzhou, 510400
P. R. China

Or you can email or fax your completed registration form
followed by your registration fee to the above address by postal mail
Fax: +86 20 86234160 or +86 20 86234992
E-mail: atcm99@guangztc.edu.cn

About GNU

Guangzhou Normal University (GNU) is now one of the leading
universities in Guangzhou. It is located in the southern city of Guangzhou,
adjacent to Hong Kong and Macao. With a strong staff and complete
disciplines, GNU is dedicated to training qualified personnel for the
elementary education
and the social and economic development of the city.

GNU is easily accessible by all means of transportation.
During ATCM '99, GNU will provide a shuttle bus service between the campus and
the Baiyun International Airport and the Guangzhou Railway Station.

We can arrange the following accommodations for the participants:

Guest House: US$22 per night
Academic Exchange Center, GNU (3 Stars): US$35 per night
China Hotel (5 Stars): US$148 per night


*All the rates given are on the basis of a standard hotel
room with two separate beds. If you want to share a room, each of the
roommates pays half of the price. Price does not include breakfast. Cost
of breakfast is very affordable though.

** Early registration is desirable, for it might be
difficult to book a hotel room during the Christmas vacation.

(c) Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics, 1999.

**********************************************
*
Jerry P. Becker
Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901-4610 USA
Fax: (618)453-4244
Phone: (618)453-4241 (office)
E-mail: jbecker@siu.edu






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