CERME12 (in 2022, not 2021)
CERME 12 postponed
CERME 12, the 12th congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education will take place in Bolzano. Due to the Corona crisis, it is postponed from February, 2021 to February, 2-6, 2022 (with YERME day on February, 1). The local chair will be Giorgio Bolondi with co-chair Federica Ferretti, the IPC chair will be Jeremy Hodgen with co-chair Eirini Geraniou. We thank the LOC for their flexibility with the dates which will hopefully allow us to organize the conference in the CERME spirit of three C's, communication, cooperation, and collaboration.
The deadline for submission of papers will hopefully be September, 15, 2021. We still discuss whether some virtual event can take place in February, 2021, so keep the old dates in the calendar.
More information can be found on the conference website here.
CERME 11 (in 2019)
Proceedings of CERME 11 are now completed
In a huge effort, the editors, Uffe Thomas Jankvist, Marja van den Heuvel Panhuizen and Michiel Veldhuis have completed the editing process of the CERME 11 proceedings. The ERME community warmly thanks them and the TWG leaders for their immense work while editing more than 4947 pages! Since May, 15, 2020, previously missing articles have been added to the complete pdf so that now, all articles findable in HAL are also in the completed pdf.
The proceedings are available in one complete pdf or in the HAL archive which allows flexibly browsing through separate papers..
The recommended citation can be found under --> Proceedings.
YESS online events
YESS finalised as an online conference in April 2020
Due to the Europe-wide Corona Outbreak, we were forced to change the character of YESS 10, the tenth YERME Summer School . It was originally planned in Rhode (Greece) for April, 21-26, 2020 . The summer school took place as an online event for all participants. ERME cordially thanks all organisers and experts. Selected webinars are now publically available under
website of YESS 10.
ETCs in 2020/21
ERME Topic Conference planned in 2020/21
The format of ERME Topic Conferences has been established in 2016, the general idea is described here. For 2020/21, the following ETC are planned for contributing to a vivid communication among European researchers:
  • ETC 8 on University Mathematics (INDRUM 3) in Bizerte will be organised in September, 12-19, 2020 and will be held as an online conference, virtually from in Bizerte (Tunisia). The chairs are Thomas Hausberger and Faïza Chellougui. See the actual information on the Website here.
  • ETC 10 on Mathematics Education in the Digital Age (MEDA) is still planned in Linz for September, 16-18, 2020 (chaired by Hans-Georg Weigand and Zsolt Lavicza). Website is here. The deadline for paper submission will be March, 1, 2020.
  • ETC 9 on Arithmetic and Number systems in Leeds, was originally planned for May, 11-14, 2020. It is now postponed to May, 10-13, 2021. See the actual information on the Website here.
  • Sad News (in 2020)
    David Clarke passed away
    The ERME community is deeply saddened by losing our active ERME member and recurrent TWG leader, David Clarke. Our dear friend and highly valued colleague passed away on January, 24, 2020, due to severe illness.
    David Clarke leaves behind an incredible academic legacy in mathematics teacher education research and international comparative studies. Asummary of significant moments in his career (written by his faculty) can give a first evidence for that.
    ERME 20th Birthday
    ERME 20 Year Book appeared on the occasion of the 20th birthday - Free access for 60 days
    After three years of preparation, the book documenting 20 years of ERME research has appeared:
    Dreyfus, T., Artigue, M., Potari, D., Prediger, S. & Ruthven, K. (Eds.) (2018). Developing Research in Mathematics Education - Twenty Years of Communication, Cooperation and Collaboration in Europe. Oxon: Routledge.
    The book chapters have been written by experienced ERME researchers and have been discussed by all CERME participants in 2017. The ERME community thanks all authors and editors, especially Tommy Dreyfus for taking the lead on a huge, joint enterprise!
    On the occasion of the 20th Birthday, free online access is granted for 60 days: Here is a link for a temporary free online access without print.