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  • MathUI 2016:
    The 11th Workshop on Mathematical User Interfaces

    Monday, July 25. 2016


    Variance: mathematically and somewhat less so.
 (A Kohlhase at MathUI 14)

    MathUI is an international workshop to discuss how users can be best supported when doing/learning/searching for/interacting with mathematics using a computer.

    • Is mathematical user interface design a design for representing mathematics, embedding mathematical context, or a specific design for mathematicians?
    • How is mathematics for which purpose best represented?
    • What specifically math-oriented support is needed?
    • Does learning of math require a platform different than other learning platforms?
    • Which mathematical services can be offered?
    • Which services can be meaningfully combined?
    • What best practices wrt. mathematics can be found and how can they be best communicated? We invite all questions, that care for the use of mathematics on computers and how the user experience can be improved, to be discussed in the workshop.
    Two modes to select a symbol, depending on device.
 (M Pollanen at MathUI 14)
    TOPICS include:
    • user-requirements for math interfaces
    • presentation formats
    • mobile-devices powered mathematics
    • cultural differences in practices of mathematical languages
    • didactically sensible scenarios of use
    • spreadsheets as mathematical interfaces
    • manipulations of mathematical expressions


    Extended Abstracts (2-8 pages) should be submitted via EasyChair at

    Authors should prepare their papers in one column style of CEUR-WS for the final version and without page numbers. See for an example: paper1.tex and paper1.pdf.

    Important Dates

    • Extended Abstracts 6th June 2016 (extended)
    • Author Notification 23rd June 2016 (postponed accordingly)
      Please note the deadlines for early registration for CICM (June 29).
    • Final Version 2 July 2016
    • Workshop Day 25. July 2016

    • Programme Committee

      • Finland
        • Olga Caprotti, University of Helsinki
      • France
        • Jana Trgalova, Universite Claude Bernard Lyon 1
      • Germany
        • Andrea Kohlhase (organizer), Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences
        • Peter Krautzberger, krautzource UG, Bonn
        • Paul Libbrecht (organizer), University of Education of Weingarten
      • Great Britain
        • Chris Rowley
      • Spain
        • Daniel Marquès, wiris, Barcelona
      • USA
        • Deyan Ginev, Authorea, New York
        • Elena Smirnova, Texas Instruments Inc. Education Technology

      This workshop follows a successful series of workshops held at the Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics since more than 11 years; it features presentations of brand new ideas in papers selected by a review process, wide space for discussions, as well as a software demonstration session.


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