Despite the costs of preparing an ordinary conference (twice), and then for preparing and holding an online conference, the financial result for CERME12 has enabled the organiser to offer a partial refund to participants who paid a full or reduced fee. All participants in this situation have been informed about this by email from CERME12 (on May 20). If you were a paying participant at CERME12 and did not receive such a mail, please look in your spam folder, and if you do not find it there, please write directly to

With a view particularly to members of emerging research communities in mathematics education, a training school is offered at the University of Nitra, Slovakia June 29-July 1, focusing on Qualitative research design in mathematcis education. It is free to attend as the event is supported by ERME. Deadline for registration is March 25. More information here.

CERME12 was held Feb. 2-5 (with YERME day Feb. 1-2) and as we all know the circumstances forced us to have it online. While we are still waiting for the exact evaluations of the congress, we can already now say that the 918 participants experienced a rich scientific programme with many opportunies for small group interaction; and few if any technical problems. An immense thanks is due to the Bolzano LOC team and to the IPC for working so hard for so long.

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