How to contribute

Contributed talks

The talks will be given in parallel sessions; the length is 30 minutes including discussion. Posters Research results can be presented on posters; will be allocated to discuss posters.

Working groups and Workshops Accepted by the Scientific Committee

Talks will be organized around topics (proposed list is below). We welcome proposals (max 500 words) of working groups by 15 March, 2012 in which participants can contribute talks/papers. In working group sessions plenty of time will be allocated for in-depth discussion of talks/papers.

Working Groups

Classroom assessment and dynamic geometry
Homero Flores, Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades-UNAM, México

Interactive Modeling and Computable Documents in Education
János Karsai, University of Szeged, Hungary

Making Materials Based on TEX and CAS/DGS
Masataka Kaneko, Kisarazu National College of Technology,Japan
Setsuo Takato, Toho university, Japan

Theorem-Prover based Systems (TPS) for Education (eduTPS)
Filip Maric, University of Belgrade, Serbia,
Walther Neuper, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Future Trends in Interactive Geometry
Ulrich Kortenkamp, CERMAT / Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany


We encourage participants and software developers to organize workshops. Proposals (max 500 words) should be submitted by 15 March, 2012 computer rooms will be provided if requested, the time limit is 1.5 hour per workshop.

How to prepare interactive Mathematica documents for classroom
János Karsai, University of Szeged, Hungary

Workshop about symbolic manipulations with random variables using Maple CAS
Mihály Klincsik, University of Pécs, Hungary

GeoGebra in studying functions
Péter Körtesi, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Casyopée an open environment for learning about functions at upper secondary level
Jean-baptiste Lagrange, University of Reims, France

Volume and area ratios with GeoGebra
Libuse Samkova, University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic

Interactive math and science education in the Benelux, using TI-Nspire and TINavigator in secondary education
Gert Treurniet (The Netherlands) and Jürgen Schepers (Belgium, Flanders),
Both teacher in secondary Education and consultant for Texas Instruments

The possibilities of and limits to the application of the GeoGebra dynamic geometry programme in elementary and secondary education
Lajos Szilassi, University of Szeged, Hungary

Beyond DGS - Simulations and Scripting with Cinderella
Ulrich Kortenkamp, CERMAT / Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

You can contact the organizers of CADGME 2012 via following e-mail address: