Funding for CERME (in 2019)
Graham Littler Funding for non-affluent countries
Researchers from non-affluent, underrepresented European countries can apply for travel funding for participating in CERME 11 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
More information can be found here. The application form here must be submitted by September, 14, 2018.
ERME Birthday Book (in 2018)
The ERME 20 Year Book has appeared in Mai 2018.
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 has 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!
CERME 11 (in 2019)
Next CERME in Utrecht, The Netherlands
CERME 11 (in 2019) will take place in Utrecht in the Netherlands in February, 5-10, 2019. Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen will be the local chair and Michiel Veldhuis her local-co-chair. Uffe Thomas Jankvist will be the next IPC chair, Miguel Ribeiro his co-chair. The CERME 11 Homepage can be found here..
Early Bird for CERME (till 07/2018)
Early Bird Procedure for preparing contributions for CERME 11
The CERME 11 early bird submission process is intended for researchers from countries under-represented at CERME, who have not been authors or co-authors of accepted papers in previous CERMEs, and who do have limited access to expert guidance and advice on writing papers for international academic conferences.
Submissions should be sent to the chair of the CERME 11 Early Bird Committee (Jeremy Hodgen: Jeremy.hodgen@ucl.ac.uk) at any point between 30 May 2018 and 15 July 2018 , together with a complete cover sheet (Link to the form) confirming eligibility, details of the paper and intended thematic working group (TWG).
A member of the CERME 11 Early Bird Committee will provide one set of written feedback to the author(s) within 3 weeks of submission. The feedback will focus principally on the structure of the paper and issues related to communication. The feedback will be copied to the relevant TWG leader. Feedback will only be provided on complete papers. Early bird assistance does not imply guarantee of acceptance of papers. Based on the criteria mentioned, the CERME 11 Early Bird Committee reserves the right to determine the eligibility of the papers for the early bird feedback.
The CERME 11 Early Bird Committee: Jeremy Hodgen (Chair), Alison Clark-Wilson, Andrea Maffia, Núria Planas, Miguel Ribeiro, and Stanislaw Schukajlow.
YESS 9 (in 2018)
Next YESS in Montpellier
Every second year, YERME, the Young European Researchers in Mathematics Education, organises a YESS Summer School for PhD students, Master students, and PostDocs. The summer school includes 6 daily working groups leaded by international experts, 6 lectures by international experts, 2 discussion groups on topics of interest for young researchers, and social events. The number of participants is limited to 72.
In 2018, YESS 9 will take place at the University of Montpellier (France), from Monday, August, 20 to Saturday, August, 25, 2018 (arrival on Sunday evening, departure on Sunday morning). Simon Modest will be the local chair, Viviane Durand-Guerrier will be the IPC chair. An all inclusive registration fee (including accommodation, meals, material...) will be around 350€-400€.
The first announcement and the form for application is available on the YESS 9 webpage here. The deadline for application was January, 30, 2018.
ETC 5 (in 2018)
Fifth ERME Topic Conference on Mathematics Education in the Digital Age (MEDA) in Copenhagen (Denmark), September, 5-7, 2018.
The 5th ERME Topic Conference entitled ‘Mathematics Education in the Digital Age (MEDA)’ will take place in Copenhagen (Denmark), September, 5-7, 2018. It aims at an interdisciplinary, multifaceted collaboration that will bring together participants who would normally attend a range of CERME Thematic Working Groups. The conference particularly welcomes contributions linking some of these three themes at any level of mathematics education: pre-school, primary, lower- and upper-secondary or tertiary. Hans-Georg Weigand (Germany), Chair of the IPC, Jana Trgalova (France), Ana Donevska-Todorova (Germany), Alison Clark-Wilson (UK), Eleonora Faggiano (Italy), co-leaders. Niels Grønbæk (Denmark)– Chair of the LOC.
The conference website ishere. The deadline for submissions of papers and proposals was March 15, 2018.