List of (so far) accepted proposals for TIME 2012 (25.05.2012):

  Authors Title Country Institution Format Strand
P01 G. Aguilera, J.L. Galán, A. Gálvez, Y. Padilla, P. Rodríguez, R. Rodríguez A Stepwise Graphical Approach for Teaching Automated Theorem Proving in Engineering Spain Universidad de Málaga Short lecture CAS
P02 Peter Antrobus Technology in Maths (a Queensland Perspective) Australia Kawana Waters State College
Queensland Studies Authority
Lecture ACDCA
P03 Bill Bauldry, Wade Ellis Jr., Homero Flores, Rainer Heinrich, Helmut Heugl Assessment and Mathematical Placement Exams with Technology     Discussion panel ACDCA
P04 William C Bauldry CAS in the Classroom: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow USA Appalachian State University Keynote lecture Keynote
P05 Michel Beaudin, Josef Böhm, José Luis Galan, Carl Leinbach DERIVE is Still Special     Discussion panel CAS
P06 Michel Beaudin, Gilles Picard, Geneviève Savard, Chantal Trottier Adopting TI-Nspire CAS Technology (Handheld and Software), a Campus-Wide Experience Canada Service des enseignements généraux
École de technologie supérieure
Lecture ACDCA
P07 Michel Beaudin Why Try to Avoid Using Complex Numbers? Canada École de technologie supérieure Lecture CAS
P08 Michel Beaudin, Gilles Picard, Geneviève Savard, Chantal Trottier Using TI-Nspire CAS Technology in Teaching Engineering Mathematics: ODE's Canada Service des enseignements généraux
École de technologie supérieure
Lecture CAS
P09 Michel Beaudin, Gilles Picard, Geneviève Savard, Chantal Trottier Using TI-Nspire CAS Technology in Teaching Engineering Mathematics: Calculus Canada École de technologie supérieure Lecture CAS
P10 Josef Böhm Dynamic Systems on Various Platforms Austria ACDCA and Intl DERIVE & CAS-TI User Group Lecture ACDCA
P11 Josef Böhm Dynamic Systems -From Simulation Software to CAS Austria ACDCA and Intl DERIVE & CAS-TI User Group Workshop ACDCA
P12 Josef Böhm Attracted by (Strange) Attractors Austria ACDCA and Intl DERIVE and CAS-TI User Group Lecture CAS
P13 Josef Böhm Find Your Very Own "Attractive" Attractor Austria ACDCA and Intl DERIVE and CAS-TI User Group Workshop CAS
P14 Eva Chepurko Learning Mathematics through the Surrounding World Estonia Valga Gymnasium Lecture ACDCA
P15 Jean-Jacques Dahan Representations of Solids and Surfaces  within the TI N'Spire Environment  France IREM of Toulouse Lecture CAS
P16 Wade Ellis, Jr., William C. Bauldry Using Dynamic Documents to Enhance Student Understanding USA West Valley College, Appalachian State University Short lecture CAS
P17 Temple H. Fay Compund Damped Pendulum: an Energy Comparison USA
South Africa
University of Southern Mississippi
Tshwane University of Technology
Short lecture CAS
P18 José Luis Galán From Vienna to Tartu: A 10 Years Tour using Derive in TIME Spain University of Málaga Keynote lecture Keynote
P19 Alfonsa Garcia, Francisco Garcia, Gerardo Rodriguez, Agustin de la Villa Changing Assessment Methods: New Rules, New Roles Spain Universidad Politecnica Madrid, Universidad Politecnica Madrid, Universidad de Salamanca, Universidad Pontificia Comillas y Politecnica Madrid Short lecture CAS
P20 Lenni Haapasalo Adapting the Assessment to the Instrumental Genesis Finland University of Eastern Finland Lecture CAS
P21 Roman Hasek Systems of Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry as Tools of Mathematical Investigation Czech Republic University of South Bohemia Short lecture CAS
P22 Rainer Heinrich Experiences of 15 Years Using Grafic Calculators in Saxonia Germany Saxon State Ministry of Education, cultural Affairs and Sports Short lecture ACDCA
P23 Guido Herweyers Visualizing and Understanding Statistical Concepts with TI-Nspire Belgium KHBO Faculty of Engineering Technology Lecture CAS
P24 Helmut Heugl CAS or not CAS? That is the Question when Using Technology in Mathematics Education Austria BIFIE Vienna (Institute for educational research and development of the Austtrian school system) Lecture ACDCA
P25 Stephan V. Joubert, Michael Y. Shatalov, Charlotta E. Coetzee Using Fourier Series to Analyse Mass Imperfections in Vibratory Gyroscopes South Africa Tshwane University of Technology Lecture CAS
P26 Djordje Kadijevich Critical Issues of Effective CAS Utilization Serbia Megatrend University & Mathematical Institute SANU Keynote lecture Keynote
P27 Janika Kaljula Types of Mistakes and Dynamics of the Occurrence of Mistakes Solving Linear Equations Using Computer Program T-algebra Estonia University of Tartu, Miina Härma Gümnaasium Short lecture ACDCA
P28 Jüri Kurvits, Marina Kurvits High School Students' Acquisition of Knowledge and Skills through Self-Organization and Collaboration Estonia Tallinn University / Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn Technical Secondary School Lecture ACDCA
P29 L. Carl Leinbach Using Derive To Generate DNA Fractal Representations USA Gettysburg College (retired) Lecture CAS
P30 L. Carl Leinbach Hidden Markov Models and an Introduction to Their Uses in Bioinformatics USA Gettysburg College (retired) Lecture CAS
P31 L. Carl Leinbach Finding Bioinformatics Data and DERIVE Programs to Process It USA Gettysburg College (retired) Workshop CAS
P32 Piret Luik Being a Math Teacher - Looking through the Blog Posts of Student Teachers Estonia University of Tartu Keynote lecture Keynote
P33 Wolfgang Moldenhauer Mathematical Induction and CAS Germany Thuringian Institute for Inservice Teacher Training, Curriculum Development and Media, Bad Berka Short lecture CAS
P34 Juho Oikarinen, Raimo Kaasila Finnish Upper Secondary Students' Collaborative Processes in Learning Statistics in CSCL Environment Finland University of Oulu, Research Group for Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit Lecture ACDCA
P35 Robert Peetsalu Making Learning Math Addictive - Localization of the Famous Open Source Website Khan Academy in Estonia Estonia NPO KAE Kool Lecture ACDCA
P36 Dennis Pence Programming-like Activities for Calculus and Differential Equations Classes USA Western Michigan University Short lecture CAS
P37 Sirje Pihlap, Sirje Sild, Kristi Kreutzberg Notice Mathematics around You Estonia University of Tartu, Nõo Upper Secondary School, Tartu Veeriku School Lecture ACDCA
P38 Rein Prank A Tool for Evaluating Solution Economy of Algebraic Transformations Estonia University of Tartu Lecture ACDCA
P39 Eugenio Roanes-Lozano, Jose Luis Galan What was Special in DERIVE? Spain Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Malaga Short lecture CAS
P40 Ángel Homero Flores Samaniego Teaching Conics through Mathematical Modelling Mexico Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades, UNAM Workshop ACDCA
P41 Karsten Schmidt An Evaluation of Students' Experiences in Technology-based Courses in Mathematics and Statistics Germany Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences Lecture CAS
P42 David Sjöstrand Deriving Big Formulas with Derive and What Happened Then Sweden Hvitfeldtska gymnasiet, Gotheburg Lecture CAS
P43 Alla Stolyarevska Modeling the Probability of a Binary Outcome Ukraine The Eastern-Ukrainian Branch of the International Solomon University, Kharkov Short lecture ACDCA
P44 Gerhard Stolz TI-Nspire CX CAS- New Release 3.2 Germany Texas Instruments Short lecture  
P45 Philip Todd Mathematical Modelling with Geometry Expressions and TI nSpire CAS USA Saltire Software Lecture ACDCA
P46 Philip Todd From Inductive Reasoning to Proof by Induction with Geometry Expressions USA Saltire Software Workshop ACDCA
P47 Eno Tõnisson When do Computer Algebra Systems Offer Unexpected Answers to School Equations? Estonia University of Tartu Lecture CAS
P48 Eno Tõnisson Computers in School Mathematics in Estonia. Possible trends Estonia University of Tartu Discussion panel  
P49 Hildegard Urban-Woldron Integration of Digital Tools into the Mathematics Classroom: A Challenge for Preparing and Supporting the Teacher Austria University of Education Niederösterreich Short lecture CAS
P50 Hildegard Urban-Woldron  Motion Sensors in Mathematics Teaching: Learning Tools for Understanding General Math Concepts? Austria University of Education Niederösterreich Short lecture ACDCA
P51 Q van der Hoff,
JC Greeff,
TH Fay
Invariant Region Method (IRM) Applied to Two Dimensional Predator-Prey Systems South Africa Department of Mathematics and Statistics Tshwane University of Technology, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics University of Pretoria Short lecture CAS
P52 Walter Wegscheider Development of pedagogical tools for teaching mathematics - from the PC Lab and TI-92 to Smartphone, Tablet and Netbooks Austria University of Education in Lower Austria Keynote lecture Keynote
P53 Thomas Westermann Computer Algebra as an Educational Tool Germany University of Applied Sciences, EIT Short lecture CAS