The 8th conference on Digital Tools in Mathematics Education
(Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry in Mathematics Education)
Jerusalem, June 21st -25th , 2020
Welcome to the site of CADGME 2020!
The CADGME conference series is devoted to promoting theoretical research and applications of Computer Algebra and Dynamical Geometry in all fields and at all levels, from kindergarten to university, and professional development of pre-service and in-service teachers.
The conferences' organizers encourage the interaction of developers of Computer Algebra Systems and Dynamical Geometry Systems packages with researchers and users (including scientists, engineers, educators, and mathematicians).
Topics include, but are not limited to, computer algebra in the sciences, engineering, communication, medicine, pure and applied mathematics, arts, education and computer science, and as a whole STEAM Education.
We will be happy to host you for a wonderful CADGME conference in Jerusalem.
Thierry (Noah) Dana-Picard, Jerusalem College of Technology – ndp (at) jct.ac.il
Sara Hershkovitz, Center for Educational Technology, Tel Aviv – sarah (at) cet.ac.il
Zsolt Lavicza, Johannes Kepler University, Austria – lavicza (at) gmail.com
Csaba Sárvári, University of Pécs, Hungary – sarvari.cs (at) gmail.com
Have a nice trip to Israel.
CADGME 2020 is organized together by the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT, Jerusalem) and the Center for Educational Technology (CET, Tel Aviv). The conference will take place on the Lev campus of the Jerusalem College of Technology.
JCT is an institution of Higher Education devoted mainly to High Tech (Computer Science, Telecommunications, Electro-optics, Electronics, etc.), Management and Health Sciences). The department of Mathematics provides courses to all the other departments, so does the department of CS besides its own curriculum. Students @ JCT learn towards B.SC and M.Sc. in these different fields.
Researchers are active in numerous scientific fields and collaborate with researchers in Israel and overseas, both at universities and in industry.