[Last Update: December 25, 2003]
December 15-19, 2003
Chung Hua University
Local Chair, Prof. Lee & his attentive conference staff
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8th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ATCM2003) aims to provide an
interdisciplinary forum for teachers, researchers, educators and decision makers
around the world in the fields of mathematics and mathematical sciences. It
also provides a venue for researchers and developers of computer technology
to present their results in using technology in both basic research and pedagogical
research, and to exchange ideas and information in their latest developments.
The conference will cover a broad range of topics on the relevancy of technology
in mathematical research and teaching. The topics include, but are not limited
- Mathematics for
- Geometry Using
- Computer Algebra
- Internet Technology
- Machine Learning,
Theorem Proving & Games
- Multimedia Distance
- Graphics Calculators
Research & Teaching Using Technology
- Physics Research
& Teaching Using Technology
in Mathematical Sciences Using Technology
Software and Tools on WWW
- Assessment of
Implementation of Technology in Education
- Integrating Technology
into Mathematics Education
- Mathematics Learning
- Childhood Mathematics
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
l'Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maitres, France
Arizona State University, USA
Austrian Center for Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer
Algebra (ACDCA), Austria
of Melbourne, Australia
Curriculum Issues on Mathematics with Technology Around the World
This panel discussion
will provide a forum for experts from different parts of the world to
share their opinions on technology use in mathematics curriculum. Issues
such as the effects of technology in lecture delivery, students’
learning environment, examinations and assessment will be discussed. Audience
is encouraged to interact with the panel.
Enabling Technology for Dynamic Mathematics Content Delivery
This special session
will provide an overview of technology that enables the dynamic contents
of the Web. Educators and technologists are faced with a number of issues
in order to do the same for mathematics contents and more. Emerging Web
technology is paving the way for dynamic-mathematics content delivery
as mathematical services. Technology such as MML, XML, & Web Services
will be discussed. Questions & Answers will be provided at the end
of the session.
Date for Submission of Abstracts
25, 2003 ***New Date***
submission is still open for presentation only consideration
for Submission of Full Papers
2003 ***New Date***
of Full Paper Acceptance
15 , 2003 ***New Date***
is now open (need to login to the ATCM, Inc. submission site)
Registration Fee ON or BEFORE
2003 US$ 250 ***New Date***
2003 US$ 280 ***New Date***
Submission is now open. Use this link to submit your abstract. Steps in submitting
your abstract usually go like this:
must have registered with us first (if you have not registered, then do so
FOR ALL AUTHORS individually at the submission page).
to the submission system.
the instructions (select the number of authors then request the submission
form; key in the title and abstract body).
reference number will be assigned. Please note the reference number. The first
author will receive an acknowledgement email in a short time. You should be
able to check the status of your submission if you log on next time.
abstract will be reviewed by IPC and recommendation, if so decided, for full
paper submission will be sent.
direct your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only online submission is accepted.
Note that even
though you may have a full paper to submit, please do first submit your abstract
for review and processing.
(for full paper submission)
||All full paper
submissions must be preceded by an abstract submission, and accompanied
with a 'reference number' (e.g., 2003A098) which is assigned when an abstract
submission is accepted via the Web submission link.
Any full paper submission that does not satisfy this requirement will be
automatically dropped from consideration. No acknowledgement will be sent
to the author(s).
format preferred (or virus-free Microsoft Word) during reviewing process.
It is strongly suggested that the manuscript should be prepared according
to the guidelines posted below.
full paper should not exceed ten single-spaced pages. See full paper formatting
copy should be submitted via email to
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email you must put the
reference number in the subject line (e.g., 2003A123) to ensure propoer
proecessing by our system.
full papers will be put under peer review. Based on recommendations, the
editorial board will notify the author(s) on the acceptance status accordingly.
Accepted papers that meet the formatting guideline given below AND are presented
at ATCM 2003 will be compiled in both the hardcopy and electronic versions
of the Proceedings. The hard copy Proceedings will be distributed to registered
participants at the conference.
Publication Guidelines for Accepted Full
will be reviewed. For reviewed and accepted full papers,
publication in the Proceedings will follow if the paper is presented at
the conference, and the following guidelines must be
followed. Manuscripts that fail to use the following format in your
preparation will not be published.
- Two camera-ready
copies of the manuscript must be submitted on A4 white paper. The manuscript
must be printed with a laser printer of resolution at least at 600 DPI.
Do not staple. Do not fold. Only on-time receipt of
this hard copy manuscript has guarantee of its appearancein the proceedings.
- A soft
copy of the same manuscript in PDF must be sent, with the same deadline
as the hardcopy, to BOTH email accounts: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org;
on-time receipt of this soft copy manuscript, signed copyright statement
and paid registration will ensure the inclusion of the manuscript
in the electronic Proceedings, provided all the other formatting guidelines
must meet the following guidelines before it will be processed for inclusion
in the Proceedings. Manuscripts that do not meet these guidelines will
be returned and must be appropriately modified before the time deadline
for camera-ready submission.
page number should be printed. Instead, page
numbers must be written using
a soft lead pencil on the back of each page (on both hard copies
submitted) along with your paper reference number (e.g., 2003P100).
must have an abstract.
title: 20 pt Times Roman, centered
names and affiliations: 14 pt Times Roman, centered
headings: 14 pt Times Roman Bold, left-justified
headings: 12 pt Times Roman Bold, left-justified
text: 12 pt Times Roman, justified single-line spacing
must be set based on A4 paper size (210 x 297 mm).
Left and right margins must be set at 2 cm;
top and bottom margins must be set at 3.2 cm;
any text or figure that appears outside of this margin is not printable,
thus the manuscript cannot be included for printing.
and Figures must be properly captioned and numbered. These should be
placed as close as practicable to the first reference in the text. About
10mm should be left clear above and below each figure and table.
Figures, the caption should appear at the foot of the figure. For Tables,
the caption should appear immediately above the table.
must be cited properly in the text of the article.
length is limited to a maximum of 10 pages. A fee will be charged for
any paper that exceeds the paper length limit.
copy must be postmarked no later than October 10, 2003
and posted to:
Flat 9B, University Residence #12
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong.
Wei-Chi YANG, Radford University, U.S.A. (email@example.com)
Tilak de ALWIS, Southeastern Louisiana University, U.S.A.
International Program Committee
Paul ABBOTT, University of Western Australia,
Tak-Wai CHAN, National Central University, Taiwan
Ang Keng CHENG, NIE/Nanyang Technological University,
Sung-Chi CHU, The Chinese University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong
CHUAN, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
HOU, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
FITZ-GERALD, RMIT University, Australia
Yahya bin Abu HASSAN, University of Sains Malaysia,
ISODA, University fo Tsukuba, Japan
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Zaven KARIAN, Denison University, U.S.A.
KISSANE, Murdoch University, Australia
Ichiro KOBAYASHI, International Educational
Vlasta, KOKOL-VOLJC, University of Maribor,
University of Linz, Austria
Matthias KWASKI, Arizona State University, U.S.A.
LEE, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
NGO, Multimedia University, Malaysia
SHIMIZU, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Tadashi TAKAHASHI, Kobe University, Japan
Tai-Yih TSO, National Taiwan Normal University,
Guangzhou University, China
Bruno BUCHBERGER, LINZ, Austria
Keith O GEDDES, University of Waterloo, Canada
Peng Yee LEE, NIE/Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Bert WAITS, The Ohio State University, U.S.A.
Ming-Gong Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Scientific Program Committee
Yen-Shung Tsai, Chung Yuan Christian
Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, National Taiwan Normal University
Pao-Ta Yu, National Chung Cheng University
Tak-Wai Chan, National Central University
Pao-Ping Lin, Taipei Municipal Teachers College
Tai-Yih Tso, National Taiwan Normal University
Wei-Chang Shann, National Central University
Wern-Huar Tarng, National Hsin-Chu Teachers College
Hua-Lun Li, Chung Hua University
Fu-Shiang P. Tsen , National Chiao Tung University
Jen-Chung Chuan, National Tsing-Hua University
Brenda Lee, Wufeng Institute of Technology
Haw-Yaw Shy, National Changhua University of Education
Shian Leou, National Kaohsiung Normal University
Tai Cheng Tso, National Kaohsiung Normal University
ATCM2003 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. The fee
for one exhibition area of three feet by nine feet is US$500. The exhibition
fee will include a conference registration fee for one person. Please note that
space for such display is limited. To reserve an exhibition area at ATCM2003,
please notify Dr. Sung-Chi Chu (email@example.com) of your need and send a
cashier's check payable to "ATCM 2003" to the following address:
P.O. Box 11072
Blacksburg, Virginia 24062-1072
U. S. A.
condition: At that time, weather will be a little
windy and cold. Extra coat is recommended.
information is now posted at Host Site.
is recognized as a science town in Taiwan, it is near Hsin-Chu Science-Based
Industrial Park and it contains many national and private institutes. Chung
Hua University is located in the suburb of Hsin-Chu which is named as Hsian
Shann. Hsin-Chu is 100 km south-west of Taipei and 70 km south of The Chiang
Kai-Shek(CKS) International Airport. We have bus service between The CKS International
Airport and Hsin-Chu. We have also highway bus service between Taipei and Hsin-Chu,
which is very frequent and convenient.
Some Internet resources on the host country Taiwan, around host city Hsin-Chu
and some cultural events of interests (found them also at the host site (http://atcm2003.math.chu.edu.tw/HsinchuCity.htm):