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October 14-15, Grand Hotel Terminus, Bergen

MatRIC Annual Conference 2019


Scandic Hotell Gardermoen, 5. - 6. November 2018

MatRIC and CCSE workshop in programming

Basic programming, visualization and simulation in STEM education On-line registration is closed. Anyone wishing to participate should contact Streaming av workshop'en gjøres tilgjengelig på denne lenken: Og er tilgjengelig i 48 timer etter workshop'en er avsluttet -

Clarion Ernst hotel, Rådhusgaten 2, Kristiansand. Wednesday October 17th 2018 at 09:00 to 15:30

Workshop om matematikk i lærerutdanningen

(Videoopptak fra MatRIC-workshop i dag er tilgjengelig på denne lenken. Og vi har avtalt at de blir der i 48 timer. Vi ønsker med dette å invitere til en workshop med fokus på bruk av teknologi for å utvikle elevers matematiske kompetanse og dybdeforståelse i faget. Vi har hentet inn dyktige og erfarne lærere fra videregående skoler, som presenterer hvordan de arbeider innovativt med teknologi i arbeidet med elevers læring av matematikk. For registrering ta kontakt med

Scandic Gardermoen Hotel, September 17 & 18, 2018

MatRIC Conference 2018

Registration closed 1 September 2018. The conference will have two themes, each day focusing on just one of these. Day one will focus on "The Why, What and How of Teaching Calculus." Day two focuses on "Students as Partners"

11 & 12 April 2018

Computer Aided Assessment in Mathematics

MatRIC's CAA Network is joined by representatives of the ABACUS network from Finland. The principal focus will be on the use of the CAA program 'STACK'. The developer of STACK, Professor Chris Sangwin from Edinburgh University will be contributing. The programme below is at a developmental stage. MatRIC will cover overnight accommodation at Scandic Bystranda Hotel in Kristiansand for up to 30 participants. Participants from outside Norway should first apply by e-mail to and receive an invitation. Those requiring accommodation must contact the hotel directly e-mail: or telephone: +47 21 615000 Quote booking code 780UNI100418_003 to ensure the agreed rate. The hotel will hold rooms until March 10, 2018.

18 October 2017 Ernst Hotel, Kristiansand


A workshop with Professor Mike Askew and 2017 Holmboe prize winner Hanan Mohamed Farouk Abdelrahman for mathematics teacher education lecturers and students.

Gardermoen, Clarion Hotel & Congress Oslo Airport. 9-10 October 2017

Excellence in Teaching Higher Education Mathematics

On-line registration is now closed. There are a few places remaining, late comers should contact Elisabeth Rasmussen or call 9587 6710 MatRIC's fourth annual conference. Keynote speakers include: Berit Kjeldstad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Chris Budd, Bath University, England; Chris Sangwin, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland; Chris Rasmussen, San Diego State University, California.

Gardermoen, Oslo - 19 & 20 October 2016

Addressing the challenges faced by teachers and learners of university level mathematics

MatRIC's third annual conference with keynote speakers: Prof. Michael Dorff, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA; Prof. Carl Winsløw, Copenhagen University; Prof. Knut Mørken, University of Oslo; and Dr. Inger Christin Borge, University of Oslo. Note: the programme below is subject to change.

October 10, 2016. Clarion Ernst hotel (Room: Max Volume) Kristiansand

What does it mean to be a good mathematics teacher?

A workshop for mathematics teacher educators and students NOTE: Change of venue!

University of Agder, Kristiansand. 9 - 11 August 2016

Mathematical Modelling Colloquium 2016

The goal of this colloquium is to bring together people using or interested in using modelling and realistic applications in undergraduate university teaching and researching on the use of mathematical models and modelling in teaching. We welcome participants wishing to share personal experiences which may enrich our teaching with new ideas.

UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Campus Narvik: Thursday 9 June 2016


A seminar reporting research and development activity.

Trondheim Scandic Lerkendal Hotel 25-27 November 2015

MatRIC Second Annual Conference

Conference theme: Teaching, Learning, and Researching Undergraduate Mathematics Education

University of Tromsø, 14-16 October, 2015

MatRIC Video Colloquium 2015

Mathematics tutorial video production - this MatRIC event is organized in collaboration with the University of Tromsø.

Grimstad UiA Campus 22 september 2015.

How to study mathematics

A seminar on study skills for mathematics by Professor John Monaghan and Associate Professor Morten Brekke. Note the change from the previous announcement. We hope Professor Pauline Vos will be able to make her presentation, as announced earlier, at a later date.

Friday 11 September 2015. Campus Grimstad & Campus Kristiansand

MatRIC Open Lecture by Håvard Tjora

This lecture is open to all. Students at UiA and local upper secondary schools are specially invited … as far as capacity permits. The lectures will also be live streamed to schools.

University of Agder 17-18 August 2015

Mathematics Support Centres - seminars

Two seminars led by Professor Tony Croft, Mathematics Education Centre, Loughborough University.

1-3 June 2015, Bergen University College

Computer Aided Assessment in Mathematics Colloquium

International experts from The UK and the Netherlands join Norwegian university level mathematics teachers to share ideas and experience and learn more about digital assessment. This colloquium is arranged in collaboration with Bergen University College.

28-29 May 2015 at campus Kristiansand, University of Agder.

Mathematical Modelling Colloquium

The main goal is to bring together people using modeling and realistic applications in undergraduate university teaching. We would like to share personal experiences and discuss the ways we may collaborate to enrich each other's teaching in the future.

26-27 May 2015 at Grimstad and Kristiansand campuses

Mathematical Simulation and Visualization Symposium

The main goal of this event is to bring together people using or programming visualizations and simulations in university teaching, or thinking of enriching their teaching with such resources and activities. We would like to share personal experiences and discuss the ways we may collaborate to enrich each other’s teaching in the future.