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First Biennale of Mathematical Art
MathArt 2003
Workshop


 
 

The workshop    will be organized with the objective to present the theoretical background of creating mathematical arts.

The objective of this workshop is to present original theoretical contributions and the scientific background of the concepts and methods used or applied in the creation of works of art based on the principles of the MathArt Manifesto.

There will also be the opportunity to discuss and present the results and future developments and ideas in the field of MathArt.

There will be invited lectures of 45 minutes, short communications of 20 minutes and discussions.

Abstracts of the contributions should be prepared as Word documents, in rich text format (*.rtf), not exceeding half an A4 page and submitted not later than 1 March, 2003, to

MathArt@junis.ni.ac.yu
The abstracts should should include the title of the communication, the names of the author or authors and their addresses including their e-mail addresses.
Authors will be informed of the acceptance of their communications on 1 April, 2003. A book of abstracts will be available at the Biennale.

After the conference, the Proceedings of the Biennale will be published in the journal Unus Mundus, published by the Nis Cultural Centre.

Detailed information on the preparation of the papers for the Proceedings will be given in the second announcement and with the acceptance of the communications.

The official language of the workshop is English.

Computers, a video beam and overhead projectors are available for the presentations. 


Registration form


   is a successor of the workshop ,   Nis, 14 - 15 December 2001.
There was also an exhibition of mathematical art in the Gallery of Contemporary Fine Arts in Nis (www.gslu-nis.co.yu)