Maple Conference 2019 - Maplesoft

Call for Papers and Presentations

Submission Deadline: June 14th

Maple Conference 2019 invites submissions of papers and extended abstracts (presentation proposals) on a range of topics related to Maple, falling into three broad categories:

Maple in Education

Topics could include, but are not limited to:
  • Innovative/effective uses of Maple in the classroom (new ways to approach old problems, methods for using Maple to teach courses outside of traditional core math, impact on the curriculum, etc.)
  • Measurable improvements in student performance after integrating Maple into a course
  • Classroom tips and techniques/best practices drawn from experience
  • Use of Maple in non-classroom based instruction

Algorithms and Software

Topics could include, but are not limited to:
  • Symbolic and symbolic-numeric methods for solving mathematical problems, from any field
  • Algorithm optimization and performance tuning techniques
  • Effective use of types and data representations for particular problems or domains
  • User interfaces for mathematical problem solving

Applications of Maple

Topics could include, but are not limited to:
  • Applications that use Maple in unusual settings or in unusual ways
  • Applications that push or extend the limit of what Maple can do
  • Applications that explore critical world problems
  • Applications that combine Maple with other technology

All papers and extended abstracts will undergo peer-review. Accepted papers and extended abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings as part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science series from Springer.

Note: While this conference is sponsored by Maplesoft, final selection of papers and presentations for the conference is made by the Maple Conference 2019 Program Committee.

 

 

Papers

Papers should not duplicate work published or submitted for consideration elsewhere. If your paper is accepted, at least one author is expected to attend the conference to present the paper. Papers must be in English and should not exceed 15 pages.

 

Extended Abstracts (Presentation Proposals)

Extended Abstracts for your proposed presentation must be in English and should be between 2 and 3 pages. If your presentation proposal is accepted, at least one author is expected to attend the conference to present the paper. All presentations at Maple Conference 2019 are to be given in English.

 

Springer LNCS

Submission Instructions (papers and abstracts)


Please follow the Springer CCIS conference proceedings author instructions.

Authors should download the .zip file: "LaTeX2e Proceedings Templates."

Submission is via EasyChair.

Submit Paper or Presentation

Springer LNCS

Conference Details and Important Dates

Conference Date: October 15 - 17, 2019
Location: Perimeter Institute AND University of Waterloo. Both are located in Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA
Program Chair: Ilias Kotsireas, Wilfrid Laurier University

Submission Deadlines
Paper and Extended Abstract submission: May 27 extended to June 14th, 2019
Notification of acceptance/rejection: August 5, 2019
Camera-ready copy due: September 16, 2019

Conference Contacts
For inquiries related to the scientific program, contact Ilias Kotsireas at ikotsire@wlu.ca.
For general event inquiries, contact Kathleen McNichol at kmcnichol@maplesoft.com.

Program Chair:

Ilias Kotsireas, Wilfrid Laurier University

 

Program Committee:

Alin Bostan, INRIA
Jacques Carette, McMaster University
Bruce Char, Drexel University
Shaoshi Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Paulina Chin, Maplesoft
Frédéric Chyzak, INRIA
Rob Corless, Western University
Thierry Dana-Picard, Jerusalem College of Techology
James Davenport, University of Bath
Jürgen Gerhard, Maplesoft
Mark Giesbrecht, University of Waterloo
Laureano Gonzalez-Vega, Universidad de Cantabria
Jonathan Hauenstein, University of Notre Dame
David Jeffrey, Western University
Manuel Kauers, Johannes Kepler University
Alexander Kobel, Max Planck Institut für Informatik
George Labahn, University of Waterloo

Viktor Levandovskyy, RWTH Aachen University
Robert Martin, University of Waterloo
John May, Maplesoft
Kathleen McNichol, Maplesoft
Mike Monagan, Simon Fraser University
Guillaume Moroz, INRIA
Eithne Murray, Maplesoft
Erik Postma, Maplesoft
Clemens Raab, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Fabrice Rouillier, INRIA
Sivabal Sivaloganathan, Fields Institute (University of Waterloo)
Daniel Skoog, Maplesoft
Arne Storjohann, University of Waterloo
Mark van Hoeij, Florida State University
Gilles Villard, Université de Lyon
Stephen Watt, University of Waterloo
Thomas Wolf, Brock University