Please find the minutes from the General Meeting in Budapest here.
CERME13 is over – a great success, judging from the enthousiastic applauses by which the participants in the closing ceremony expressed their gratitude to the organisers. including the LOC led by Csaba Csapodi and the IPC led by Paul Drijvers. The ceremony was further animated by the ERME choir, led by Leander Kempen and Florian Schacht. The results from the ongoing evaluation of CERME13 will be used in the planning of CERME14.
About this next CERME, Giorgio Bolondi (LOC chair) and Marianna Bosch (IPC chair) provided a promising introduction to the venue and the scientific preparations. We will finally – after the virtual events and conferences in 2021 and 2022 – meet in person in the beautiful city of Bozen-Bolzano, to resume the work on mathematics education research in the ERME spirit of communication, collaboration and cooperation. Arrivederci – Auf Wiedersehen – See you all there!
The conference is progressing well, with the high scientific level of discussions outperforming the high temperatures outside. Three new board members have been elected, winners of paper awards and poster awards have been designated, and the details of this will all appear in the appropriate sections of this site as soon as possible.
If you want to be updated on activities and other news proposed by ERME for early career researchers, you can now sign up for the YERME mail list. See information here.
ERME releases two calls for applications:
During CERME13, it will be important that members – especially TWG leaders – discuss if new TWGs are needed, especially to reflect new themes and help differentiate some of the very large TWGs. See the call here (deadline Aug. 15).
CERME15 will take place in February 2027. See the call for bids to host it here. The deadline is August 25 2023.
The general meeting of ERME will be held at CERME13 in Budapest, on Thursday July 13 (11.30-13.00).
At the upcoming general meeting, three new members of the board are going to be elected:
- One regional representative, for the region of Middle Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland)
- One non-regional representative
- One YERME representative
As earlier announced, the first draft of the CERME12 proceedings contained some errors, and some papers were missing. You can now find the final version of the proceedings (and a file with just front matters with page numbers) at the CERME proceedings page.
NB: If you have accessed the links before, don’t forget to update to get the new version.