ICMS 2020 Session

Accelerating Innovation Speed in Mathematics by Trading Mathematical Research Data


The format for the session is as follows:

The live part of the session will be carried out with the software BigBlueButton provided by TU Braunschweig. Every session will get their own BigBlueButton room.
Additionally there will be a slack channel for this session for the duration of the entire conference.


Aim and Scope

Modern mathematics research includes more than just pen and paper. Mathematical research data such as numerical models, scripts, software, and other digital artifacts became the daily bread and butter of working mathematicians. However, professional organizations primarily focus on academic publications as a vehicle for knowledge transfer and reward distribution. In this ICMS session, we address the problem of sharing mathematical research data other than publications.

Topics include but are not limited to:

Submission Guidelines

If you would like to give a talk in this ICMS session, you must first submit a proposed title and short abstract to one of the session organizers by email. If accepted, you then have the option to submit also an extended abstract to be included in the conference proceedings: these will be submitted to the ICMS easychair page and undergo review. The deadlines and instructions for proceedings submission are on the main ICMS 2020 webpage.

The deadline for the extended abstract submission is 27 March 2020.


Wednesday, July 15, 16:30-17:10

Thursday, July 16, 16:30-17:10

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