at the Conference on Intelligent Computer
on Monday 25th of July 2016
MathUI is an international workshop to discuss how users can be
supported when doing/learning/searching for/interacting with mathematics
using a computer.
Is mathematical user interface design a design for representing
mathematics, embedding mathematical context, or a specific
How is mathematics for which purpose
What specifically math-oriented support is
Does learning of math require a platform different than
Which mathematical services can be
Which services can be meaningfully combined?
best practices wrt. mathematics can be found and how can
be best communicated?
We invite all questions, that care for the use of mathematics on
computers and how the user experience can be improved, to be discussed
in the workshop.
user-requirements for math interfaces
for mathematical content
mobile-devices powered mathematics
differences in practices of mathematical languages
sensible mathematical scenarios of use
manipulations of mathematical
This workshop follows a successful series of workshops held at the
Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics since 11 years;
it features presentations of brand new ideas in papers selected by
a thorough review process, wide space for discussions,as well as a
software demonstration session.
The organizers invite authors to submit contributions
of 6 to 12 pages on the workshop-related topics in PDF format
optionally illustrated by supplementary media such as video
recordings or access to demos.
The submissions will be reviewed by the international programme
committee whose comments and recommendations will be
sent back by June 19th requesting a final version no later
than July 2nd.
Moreover, MathUI will be concluded by an exhibit-like
demonstration session. Proposed demonstrations should be sent
by email until June ,
containing a URL to a software
description, a title, a short abstract of the demonstrated
features, and the indication of hardware expectations
(own/lent laptop/tablet, internet access (speed?), power, ...).
After a short elevator pitch, the demonstration session will
run for 1-3h, each demonstrating to interested parties.
(to be confirmed)
Olga Caprotti, University of Helsinki
Jana Trgalova, Universite Claude Bernard Lyon
Andrea Kohlhase (organizer), Neu-Ulm
University of Applied
Peter Krautzberger, krautzource UG, Bonn
Libbrecht (organizer), University of Education of
Jan Willem Knopper, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Daniel Marquès, wiris, Barcelona
Deyan Ginev, Authorea, New York
Smirnova, Texas Instruments Inc. Education Technology