Paper Submission

Call for papers

Papers are invited on subjects in the arts and architecture with implicit or explicit relations to mathematics. Topics might include sculpture, painting, prints, animation, crafts, music, photography, origami, weaving, quilts, poetry, dance, film, and mathematical visualization. Mathematical connections might be found for example in topology, dynamical systems, algebra, differential equations, approximation theory, probability, graph theory, fractals or chaos.

Papers will be published in the conference proceedings volume. For sample papers, please see the ISAMA'07 proceedings. Papers should be formatted in ISAMA style (which for authors' convenience is the same as Bridges style), and can be anywhere from 2 to 10 pages in length.

We recommend preparing your paper in LaTeX with the isama.sty style file; just start your file with the following line:
\documentclass[11pt,letterpaper]{article} \usepackage{isama}

For paper preparation in Word, you can use the Bridges template from Reza Sarhangi.

The online submission system is now open.

Important Dates (Revised Again)

1 Mar. 2008  Deadline for paper submission
late Apr. 2008  Notification of acceptance or rejection
sometime in May 2008  Deadline for camera-ready copy

If you wish to speak at the conference, please submit at least a 2-page extended abstract of your proposed talk, via the system above.

Exhibit and Workshops

More information may be available later about how to submit artworks for the exhibit, and how to propose a workshop.