IAVM (Institute for the Advancement of
Vedic Mathematics) announces
2nd Vedic Mathematics International Conference
CONFERENCE REPORT - from James Glover
St Stephen's College, University of Delhi
The Conference held in New Delhi was a huge success. We had nearly 200 delegates and about half of these were students attending workshops. Many spoke of the inspiration they felt on hearing the various research talks and participating in the workshops. It was also a wonderful meeting of like-minded people and enthusiastic teachers, keen on research and development of Vedic Mathematics and it's use in education, computer design, together with finding a greater understanding of Indian Mathematical culture. Delegates came from across India as well as overseas.
The IAVM is hugely indebted to Dr Pankaj Mishra of the Department of Sanskrit, for his tireless work in putting together all the arrangements and logistics. We would also like to thank Kuldeep Singh and Sita Giri for their indenting background support.
Research papers were themed as, New Applications of Vedic Maths sutras, Vedic Maths in Education, Ancient and Classical Indian Mathematics and Vedic Maths Techniques used in Computer Design. In addition to the presentations of new discoveries there were workshops for teachers and free workshops for school students. Even with such a broad scope and varied range of activities and talks the conference had a tremendous unifying effect on all those in attendance.
Our sincere thanks go to Tata Trusts for sponsoring this event. We also thank Kuldeep Singh and Sita Giri for their invaluable support and assistance.
Call for Papers
2nd International Vedic Mathematics Conference
Researchers and educational developers are warmly invited to submit papers for the forthcoming international conference to be held in Delhi, on 27th-29th December 2017 at St. Stephen's College, New Delhi, India
Papers relating to the following are welcome:
Applications and advancements in using the Vedic Maths Sutras
Extending mathematics using the sutras
Vedic Maths in education
Classical and Ancient Indian Mathematics
Philosophy of Vedic Maths
This three-day international conference aims to bring together researchers and educational developers to share their discoveries, practices and projects.
Day 1 - Presentation of original research papers
Day 2 - Workshops for Teachers and enthusiasts
Day 3 - Outreach Programme in Delhi Schools
The IAVM supports and delivers educational programmes together with research into the mathematics based on Tirthaji’s sutras.
Rules for Research Paper Abstracts
Abstracts, up to 300 words in length, must be submitted by email by 15th October 2017.
Papers must be original.
Upon acceptance, full papers must be submitted by 30th October.
Authors of papers will be given 30 minutes for presentation followed by Q and A.
International authors can be sponsored to cover travel and accommodation costs.
Please send abstracts or contact the IAVM for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org