This year's annual conference will be held at the Park Inn, Gardermoen on Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 October 2016. The change in venue and time from previous years is in response to feedback received after the 2015 conference.
The conference will be based on the theme:
Addressing the challenges faced by teachers and learners of university level mathematics
Conference programme Committee:
Helmer Aslaksen (University of Oslo), Ragnhild Johanne Rensaa (UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Campus Narvik), Inger Johanne Håland Knutson (University of Agder), Line Eielsen Malde (MatRIC).
Professor Michael Dorff , Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA.
Professor Dorff leads the PIC Math program . A strong component of PIC Math involves students working as a group on a semester-long undergraduate research problem from business, industry, or government. Undergraduate research is a high impact teaching and learning practice and has been shown to improve students abilities in: Problem solving; Critical thinking; Independent thinking; and Communicating.
Associate Professor Inger Christin Borge Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo.
Dr. Borge's research area is algebra, geometry and topology.
Professor Knut Mørken Department of Mathematics and Department of Informatics, University of Oslo.
Professor Mørken's research area is differential equations and computational mathematics.
Professor Carl Winsløw Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen
Professor Winsløw holds the Chair in Didactics of Mathematics.
For participants from Norwegian universities and university colleges MatRIC will cover one night (Wednesday 19 October) accommodation at Park Inn, together with food and conference costs. Participants are asked to fund their travel from other sources. Further details at the registration link.
To register for the conference click here