The 2015 International Symposium on Mathematics and Computer Science
The theme of this year’s 2015 International Symposium was “Going from Receiving to Giving: Evangelism and Mission in the Global South.” Speakers from the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, Kikala Isabel Tomas of the Anglican Diocese of Angola, and other organizations shared their experiences of working with marginalized and severely impoverished communities. Floyd Lalwet, an Episcopal priest, spoke about how to transform our world from one of receiving to one of giving. Kikala Isabel Tomas of the Anglican Diocese in Angola shared how to build communities by giving to their needs.
The Proceedings of the 2015 International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC2015) is a timely and important collection of papers related to cutting-edge research in wearable computing. ISWC2015 aims to provide a forum for researchers, industrial practitioners, and product vendors to exchange new ideas and explore opportunities. The conference features two independent technical programs, dedicated workshops, tutorials, and a common doctoral school. It will also be open to students from all countries.
ISMAR offers several workshop formats. Most workshops involve a single topic, while others can span several different domains. Workshops provide a venue for the presentation of work in progress, position papers, or novel research. Papers presented at workshops must meet certain quality standards and undergo a peer review process. Accepted papers are published in the ISMAR 2015 Workshop Proceedings, and can be accessed through IEEE Xplore.
The IFIP/IEEE IM 2021 International Symposium will feature a wide range of panel discussions involving subject matter experts. Panels often include multiple viewpoints, including controversial ones. Panel topics should relate to the overall theme of the conference. To prepare for a panel, presenters should make short opening statements and identify additional members. The Organizing Committee can assist in identifying additional panel members. Here is a sample panel schedule.
The 2015 International Symposium on Mathematics and Computer Science will include a number of mini-symposia focusing on recent research in these areas. These sessions are an excellent opportunity to discuss current research trends and network with colleagues. You can view the list of mini-symposia by clicking on the links below. If you wish to present a mini-symposium at the Symposium, please follow the steps outlined below.
The International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2015) was held in Vancouver, Canada, at the Woodward’s campus of Simon Fraser University. It was the first Canadian ISEA since the inaugural symposium in Montreal in 1997. The event was organized by the Faculty of Art, Communication, and Technology, as well as the School for Contemporary Arts, Woodward’s Cultural Unit, SFU Galleries, and MECS.
Dr. N.R. Sharma, Dean of Faculty of Education at the Punjab University, Chandigarh, was a keynote speaker at the first day of the 2015 symposium. He has extensive experience as a teacher, contributor, and examiner of IB programmes. He also teaches at Albany Senior High School in New York State. A panel discussion at the end of the day will discuss the themes of the symposium. All speakers will discuss the role of creativity in the classroom and the world and address questions on how to foster creativity in all subjects.