will the meeting be held and when?
The meeting will be held at the Phoenix Civic Plaza, 111
N. Third Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004. The actual dates
of the meeting are January 7--10, 2004.
are the deadlines for this meeting?
for a list of remaining deadlines.
is the difference between a contributed paper (CP) session
and a Special Session (SS)?
AMS Contributed Paper sessions consist of ten-minute talks
contributed to the AMS program by the authors (speakers),
grouped by related subject classifications into sessions
by the AMS Associate Secretary responsible for the scientific
Contributed Paper sessions consist of (usually) ten- or
fifteen-minute talks organized by mathematicians on specific
topics. The selection process is detailed below in "How
do I submit an abstract for talks in the MAA sessions?"
Special Sessions consist of talks (usually of twenty minutes'
duration) organized by mathematicians on specific topics.
It may be that all available places within a Special Session
are taken by invitation; however, contributions can sometimes
be accommodated. These are known as abstracts for consideration
in Special Sessions and must be submitted by August
6, 2003. Any contribution that cannot be accommodated
in a Special Session will be considered for presentation
in an AMS Contributed Paper session if the author so indicates.
do I submit an abstract for a talk in AMS sessions?
To submit an abstract for AMS, please follow the directions
located in http://www.ams.org/abstracts/instructions.html.
Deadline for abstract submission is October 1, 2003.
potential speakers should be aware that in order to be
accepted for publication, an abstract must have mathematical
research content. It should not contain libelous, defamatory
or tasteless remarks, commercial promotions, nor political
or religious arguments. Papers may not be presented if
published in full before the date of the Society meeting
or if previously presented to any learned society except
the National Academy of Sciences or the Royal Society
do I submit an abstract for a talk in MAA sessions?
Send a one-page summary of your paper directly to the
organizer, who will be indicated with an (*). In order
to enable the organizer(s) to evaluate the appropriateness
of your paper, include as much detailed information as
possible within the one-page limitation. Papers should
not be sent to more than one organizer. The organizer
will instruct you to submit an abstract directly to the
AMS following the directions located at
summary must reach the organizer by a set deadline. This
deadline was September 9, 2003. Your abstract must reach
the AMS no later than the abstract deadline of October
1, 2003. Please see the MAA
Contributed Papers page.
do I present my talk?
do I organize an AMS Special Session?
The deadline for proposals was April 2, 2003 and has
do I find out who organized a specific session?
Special sessions of each group are listed in the program
index. In it, you will find links to the special sessions
of each group. The organizer(s) is listed in each session
listing. There is no separate listing of organizers.
do I nominate a speaker for an Invited Address?
Please submit nominations on the form located at
will the information about the scientific program be available?
Information about the scientific program can be found
information is updated on a regular basis.
will the registration fees be published?
Registration fees are posted now. Click here
to see the list.
will hotel rates be published?
Detailed hotel information, including rates are posted
now. Click here
to see the list.
can exhibit at the meeting?
The Joint Mathematics Meetings Exhibits are open to scientific
publishers, computer hardware companies, software manufacturers,
database services organizations, professional associations,
government agencies, health and lifestyle companies, scientific
games and learning aids companies, insurance companies,
and anyone with a business that is geared toward reaching
key educators and researchers in mathematics, engineering,
computer science, or statistics. If you are interested
in exhibiting and are not sure this is the market for
you, send us email at email@example.com
for further information.
and how can exhibitors reserve space for the exhibits?
Invitations to Exhibit were sent out the
last week of April, 2003. They included detailed
information on booth fees, advertising fees, and sponsor
opportunities plus instructions on how to reserve space.
If you are interested in exhibiting at this meeting, please
send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
so that we can send you an invitation. Exhibit fees are
posted. Please see the
can I be a sponsor for the meeting?
Any company that provides a service or product to the
mathematical community and wants to be in the spotlight
at the Joint Mathematics Meetings can be a sponsor. Several
sponsor opportunities are offered for this meeting and
they are listed here.
Great opportunities to sponsor and spotlight your company
are still available.
can I register?
You can register now. Click here
to see the form.
can I reserve a hotel room?
You can reserve a room now. Click here
to see the form.
do I find out what student activities will be held at
Detailed information on all student
activities is listed here.
can I find a roommate?
board is a forum that provides fast and easy access
to others who may also be looking for a roommate.
am new to the Joint Mathematics Meetings. How can I find
out about social and networking events?
Detailed information on all social
and networking opportunities
is posted. Just click on each link.
is the Employment Center and when does it occur?
The Employment Center an interviewing program for (mostly)
PhD-level mathematicians seeking employment and for employers,
mainly academic, who wish to conduct brief interviews
with them. It is held each January at this meeting and
is a three-day program. It is most advantageous to register
in advance. Brief resumes and job descriptions are printed
in two booklets, which are mailed to employers and applicants
respectively. Please see a more detailed overview located
Questions should be sent to email@example.com.
The dates of the Employment Center are 1/7-1/10, 2004.
do I register for the Employment Center and how much does
Employers and applicants may register for the Employment
Center on the Registration/Housing
Form. Employment Center fees are listed on the registration
and housing page.
is the topic of the AMS Short Course, when will it occur,
and how much will it cost?
The topic of the AMS Short Course is Optimization
and Mathematics, Computer Science, and Operations Research.
The dates of this course are 1/5-1/6, 2004. Fees
for this course are listed on the registration
and housing page. Read all about this course on the
course page. You may register for this course on the
is the topic of the MAA Short Course, when will it occur,
and how much will it cost?
The topic of the MAA Short Course is The
History of Mathematical Technologies: Exploring the Material
Culture of Mathematics.
The dates of this course are 1/5-1/6, 2004. Read
all about this course and the fees on the short
course page . You may register for this course on
are the topics of the MAA Minicourses, when will they
occur, and how much will they cost?
minicourses will be held from 1/6 to 1/10, 2004.
The topics and fees for these courses are listed on the
and housing page. You may register for these courses
on the Registration/Housing
there a timetable for this meeting?
Yes, and it is posted here.
there any travel information?
Travel information is posted on the travel
is a cvv number?
The cvv number is the "Credit Verification
Value" number. For VISA, MasterCard and Discover,
this number is the last three digits of the string of
numbers found on the back of your credit card. For American
Express, this number is the four digits that are above
and to the right of your credit card number on the front
of your card.
is the standard audio-visual setup in the session rooms?
setup is listed on this page.
question is not listed here. Where can I send email to
ask a question not listed here?
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.