The International Conference on Creative Mathematical Sciences Communication: Online Event (CMSC'20) and CMSC'21

Frances Rosamond
2020 Journal of Humanistic Mathematics  
The editorial staff of JHM works hard to make sure the scholarship disseminated in JHM is accurate and upholds professional ethical guidelines. However the views and opinions expressed in each published manuscript belong exclusively to the individual contributor(s). The publisher and the editors do not endorse or accept responsibility for them. You are warmly invited to register now for the 5 th International Conference on Creative Mathematical Sciences Communication (CMSC'21) which will be
more » ... ) which will be held at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, 2-6 July, 2021. The International Conference on Creative Mathematical Sciences Communication (CMSC) is a unique gathering of computer scientists and mathematicians, teachers, musicians, dancers, dramatists, game designers, educators and communicators of all sorts. Due to the pandemic, the in-person event scheduled for 2020 has been postponed and a short CMSC Online Event was organized as a "teaser" or trailer in order to feel the spirit of the full 5 th CMSC 2021. See the website at https://cmsc.wmi.amu.edu.pl for the recording. The International Conference on Creative Mathematical Sciences Communication (CMSC) is a unique gathering of computer scientists and mathematicians, teachers, musicians, dancers, dramatists, game designers, educators and communicators of all sorts. The CMSC aims to explore new ways of communicating the rich mathematics, algorithmics, and open problems underlying computer science, including algorithmic and computational thinking across the curriculum, using outdoor activities, art, dance, music, drama and all forms of storytelling. The conference is an opportunity to share ideas and further refine and develop activities. The unique interaction between artists (theatre, dance, graphic arts, music) and mathematicians / mathematics educators and communicators was seen at the first conference in the series, held at Charles Darwin University,
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