Seventh HMTM: 2012

Mathematics - a common language for Europe for thousand years

Held at: Sárospatak.

Dates: 25-29 May 2012.

Chair: Edmund Robertson (University of St Andrews).


Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi, How history and new technology can help education of mathematics.

Stefanie Eminger, Viribus unitis! shall be our watchword: the first International Congress of Mathematicians, held 9-11 August 1897 in Zurich.

Elizabeth Faith Rudge, P G Tait's schoolboy introduction to complex numbers.

Lilla Korenova, Controlled research of well-known discoveries from history of mathematics using GeoGebra as an effective method on elementary and secondary schools.

Monika Dillingerova, Mathematical Olympiad in Slovakia.

Daniela Velichová, Heritage of Felix Klein ideas in the contemporary theories on teaching mathematics.

Colin Campbell, The Outreach of the Education Committee of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.

Adam Besenyei, From Cauchy to Peano: a brief history of the proofs of the mean value theorem.

Andras Simonovits, Teaching the History of Mathematics to Students.

Sanja Pachemska, Slagjana Jakimovik and Tatjana Atanasova Pachemska, The reinvention principle in mathematics education.

Debrenti Edith, Who invented the die?

Tatjana Atanasova Pacemska, Limonka Lazarova and Sanja Pacemska, Teaching mathematics between traditional and contemporary - The Case of University "Goce Delcev".

Vladimíra Lassáková and Vjera Kis, Mathematical magic.

Ferenc Várady, Teaching exponential and logarithmic functions and their applications through the software GeoGebra.

Aniko Csakany and Aniko Csakany, Gap Bridging Courses in Mathematics Offered for Freshmen at Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Agnes Berenyi, Life, mathematical work and freemasonic activity of Pál Sipos Nagyenyed 16 October 1759 - Tordas.

Christa Binder, From Number Theory to History.

Martina Babinská, E-learning support of education from mathematics (thematic unit, functions).

Stefan Tkacik, On original mathematical demonstrations and physical experiments by Galileo Galilei.

Edmund Robertson, James Gregory - Regius Professor.

Andras Benedek, Competition, Reflexivity, Cooperation: a Networking Tradition of Hungarian Mathematics for Thinking Together.

John O'Connor, Oliver Byrne's multicoloured Euclid.

Vasile Berinde, 50 years of higher mathematics education in Baia Mare.

Stefanie Eminger, Carl Friedrich Geiser, Ferdinand Rudio and Jérôme Franel: three organisers of the first International Congress of Mathematicians in Zurich in 1897.

Elizabeth Rudge, The statistical models of P G Tait.

Roman Fric, Upgrading probability: what can we learn from History?

Péter Kőrtesi, Active Methods in Teaching Mathematics, 10 years of CEEPUS networking.

Csaba Sárvári, Some remarks on semiotic analysis of the potential of computer algebra systems.

Lajos Klukovits, On the Past of a famous Theorem: The predecessors of a Theorem of Pythagoras.

Mehmed Ibryamov Mehmedov, Some rules for calculating the 3-by-3 determinant.

Magdalena Metodieva Petkova, GeoGebra as a Learning Environment.

Ralitsa Vasileva-Ivanova, Active methods in teaching mathematics.

Snezhana Gocheva-Ilieva and Atanas Ivanov, Nikola Obreshkov - his life and mathematical achievements.


Some pictures taken at this conference are available at THIS LINK.