CMSC 2014

Creative Mathematical Sciences Communication

Ramanujan Auditorium, 9-12 December 2014

This is a second in a conference series that explores new ways of helping students achieve 21st Century competencies in mathematics and computer science, which includes math activities across the curriculum. The first conference in the series, held in Charles Darwin University, Northern Territories, Australia, from August 2 to 8, 2013, saw a unique interaction between artists (theatre, dance, graphic arts) and mathematicians / math educators.

Importantly, the conference aims to engage research mathematical scientists in outreach and communication. Bringing together researchers, educators and communicators committed to bringing exploration and discovery into classrooms and among the educated public, the conference hopes to explore new ways of thinking initiated by Computer Science Unplugged and other similar efforts in the 1990s.

The conference will feature keynote talks by researchers and communicators with original work in popularizing mathematics and computer science, and sharing of experience by activists with extensive experience in education and outreach.

The conference will be held at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai from December 9 to 12, 2014.

Participation in the conference is open to everyone and will be limited only by logistical constraints. Registration for the workshop will be possible from the registration page.


R. Ramanujam
Inst. of Math. Sciences, Chennai
Fran Rosamund
Charles Darwin University

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc)