The International Community of Teachers of Mathematical Modelling and Applications
(the 'Community') is a membership organisation that exists to promote
Applications and Modelling (A&M) in all areas of mathematics education - primary
and secondary schools, colleges and universities.
The Community, through its membership, research and other activities,
is recognised as 'The International Study Group for Mathematical Modelling
and Applications (ICTMA)' by its affiliation to the International
Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI).
Here is the history of ICTMA (at http://www.icmihistory.unito.it/ictma.php).
ICTMA20 will be held virtually in W¨¹rzburg, Germany.
ICTMA20 website: http://www.ictma20.de
Note the revised dates for ICTMA20, dalayed due to the worldwide pandemic are 24 - 27 September 2022 [This time is close to the original dates of 19-24 September 2021.]
ICTMA21 will be held in Japan.
WEBSITE: & Dates: 10 - 15 September 2023 See website: https://ictma21.jpn.org
Venue: Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center, Japan
Theme: Collaboration in Mathematical Modelling Education
Conference Chair: Toshikazu Ikeda (Yokohama National University)
Latest ICTMA Books now available at Springer
2021 Book following ICTMA19 in Hong Kong 2019
Review of the 2021 ICTMA book
2020 Book Following ICTMA18 in South Africa
Follow the link https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030376727>
Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to host ICTMA22 in 2025 will open soon. Please email the President to notify her of your intention to submit and Expression of Interest or to seek further information.
LATEST NEWS: Follow this link for details of ICTMA AWARDS and Awardees:
Online Meeting of ICTMA Community: 21-22 Sept 2021 11AM -3PM UTC
21 September: Mathematical Modelling Competencies: No registration necessary, free attendance via this link
Meeting-ID: 994 6799 0960 Password: 419279
22 September Early Career Researcher Activities: Writing and Publishing Academically on Mathematical Modelling Education
Registration and selection of preferred workshops via this link until 20th September 2021.
For more details see pdf