The LOC use an online submission system (AMARYS). Authors may submit an abstract as main (corresponding or presenting) author. Before submitting your abstract, please complete your registration and pay the conference fee. Following the conference, a book will be published in the ICTMA series as part of the Springer series: International Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling.
We welcome submissions on the following topics related to mathematical modelling, as identified at recent conferences (but is not limited to):
Submission of abstracts
Authors will submit the first version of their abstract via the AMARYS (in preparation).
Please use the template for single-author or co-authored abstracts.
An internal review will be carried out by the organising team. You will receive an email if your abstract has been accepted. If accepted, you will be able to present during the parallel session. You can choose between a long presentation (45 min), a short presentation (30 min) and a poster presentation.
The Programme Committee reserves the right to convert a chosen Long Presentation format into another possible presentation format if the number of Long Presentations exceeds the number of available slots.
The number of submissions is limited to 1 per submitting author. Only in-person presentations will be accepted. Please note that online presentations will not be accepted.
Abstract Sumission Opens
31st March 2023
Abstract Submission Ends
31st May 2023
10th June 2023
Acceptance/Rejection of Abstract and Review Feedback to Authors
1st July 2023
8th July 2023
Start of Modification Period for Abstract
2nd July 2023
9th July 2023
Deadline for resubmission of abstracts
31st July 2023
The submission deadline has passed. We appreciate your contribution to ICTMA21.
Abstracts and Publication
A PDF of the abstracts will be distributed to participants at the conference.
Regarding publication, there will be no proceedings of the conference in a strict sense. However, scholars, who have presented a paper at ICTMA21, are invited to submit a chapter for consideration in an edited volume after the conference devoted to the theme of the conference. Detailed instructions for authors are available on the ICTMA21 website, and the deadline for contributions will be 15th November 2023. Notably, the book chapters go through a rigorous review process conducted by international expert referees coming from the ICTMA community. Editors of the book will be the conference organizers together with the ICTMA president and the permanent editor of ICTMA. The ICTMA series books are published under the Springer Series, titled “International Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling,” with Series Editors being Gabriele Kaiser, and Gloria Stillman.