ISAMA Conferences

The International Society of the Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture (ISAMA) was founded in 1998 by Nat Friedman, sculptor and professor of mathematics at SUNY Albany, as an outgrowth of his series of conferences on Art and Mathematics, held in Albany from 1992 through 1997, and in Berkeley in 1998.

ISAMA runs an interdisciplinary conference most summers.


ISAMA '12
is planned in Chicago (IL, USA), 18-22 June 2012.

ISAMA '11
in Chicago (IL, USA), 13-17 June 2011.

ISAMA '10
in Chicago (IL, USA), 21-25 June 2010. Submit papers by April 1.
Poster (PDF);     First Announcement (PDF);     Registration Form (PDF);     Hotel Information
(Note: The summer conference in Paris, originally scheduled as ISAMA'10, will be held instead 19–20 July under the auspices of the ESMA.)

ISAMA '09
in Albany (NY, USA), 22-25 June 2009.

ISAMA '08
in Valencia (Spain), 16-20 June 2008.

ISAMA '07
in College Station (Texas, USA), 18-21 May 2007.

No ISAMA conference was held in 2005 or 2006.

ISAMA '04
in Chicago (IL, USA), 15-19 June 2004. (PDF poster)

ISAMA '03
in Granada (Spain), 23-26 July 2003; run jointly with the Bridges conference.

ISAMA '02
in Freiburg (Germany), 22-26 July 2002

Art & Math '01
an exhibit organized by ISAMA and held thoroughout March in Pittsfield, MA.

ISAMA '00,
24-28 Jun 2000, Albany, NY
Pictures from:   Day 1     Day 2     Day 3     Day 4    

ISAMA '99
7-11 Jun 1999, San Sebastián, Spain

Art & Math '98
3-7 Aug 1998, Berkeley, CA
Posters from AM'98 and AM'97.

Webmaster: John Sullivan, jms@isama.org. Hosted by torus.math.uiuc.edu.