[Bridges] Bridges Leeuwarden Call for Papers (Deadline Feb. 1st)

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Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture
July 24-28, 2008

Call for papers 

The conference will feature presentations of regular, plenary,
and short papers, as well as several workshops. The program
for the conference is composed from a combination of submitted
and invited presentations.

Papers submissions are due by February 1, 2008 for the reviewing

Submit your paper as a Microsoft Word or PDF file to
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=Bridges2008. This
EasyChair system will be used for paper submission and reviewing
process.  On your first visit to the site, click on the "I have
no EasyChair account" button.  If electronic submission is
impossible, please contact Reza Sarhangi to make alternate

Notification of acceptance: March 25, 2008.

Submission of final camera-ready manuscripts: April 25, 2008.

Full details available at

Conference details

The Bridges Conference is a premier venue to meet and mingle
with outstanding artists and mathematicians, who are happy to
share their latest creative works.  The juried art exhibit
displays the state of the art in math/art and is sure to inspire
you with new ideas.  The conference will feature an excursion
on July 26th and a mathematical art public activity day on
July 29th.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (a complete list will be announced later):

  Chaim Goodman-Strauss (University of Arkansas), mathematician,
  geometer and graphic artist, author of "The Symmetries of
  Things" with John H.  Conway and Heidi Burgiel.

  Rinus Roelofs, mathematical sculptor, designer of real and
  virtual structures inspired by by Leonardo da Vinci and
  M.C. Escher.

  Doris Schattschneider, author of M.C. Escher: Visions of
  Symmetry (Abrams), M.C. Escher Kaleidocycles (Pomegranate),
  and editor of M.C. Escher's Legacy (Springer).

  Carlo H. Sequin (U.C. Berkeley), designer of geometrical
  sculptures, mathematical models, toys, puzzles, buildings,
  and integrated circuits.

  Dmitri Tymoczko (Princeton University), composer and music
  theorist.  His article "The Geometry of Musical Chords" was
  the first music theory article ever published by Science.

See you in Leeuwarden!

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