Event ContactsPaid membership required to see this information
Event WebsitePaid membership required to see this information
Overview & Attendees:
MAA MathFest is the largest annual summertime gathering of mathematicians. In 2013, MAA MathFest will offer all of the great sessions that you have come to expect from the conference: Invited Addresses, Invited Paper Sessions, a Short Course, Contributed Paper Sessions, Minicourses and more. Highlights include:
- Earle Raymond Hedrick Lecture Series by Olga Holtz
- MAA-AMS Joint Invited Address by Judy Walker
- MAA Invited Addresses
- Invited Paper Sessions on topics including:
- Complex Geometry Research and Accessible Problems
- Climate and Geophysical Modeling
- Recent Developments in Mathematical Finance
- A Short Course led by Arthur Benjamin on The Mathematics of Games and Puzzles
MAA MathFest provides an excellent opportunity for attendees to meet and talk to mathematicians from many varying disciplines, reconnect with colleagues, and enjoy mathematics as a community. The Exhibit Hall also showcases over 40 exhibitors and provides attendees with the ability to learn about new publications and products. In 2013, the conference will continue to provide invaluable networking opportunities at the Grand Opening Reception, the always popular Ice Cream Social, networking tables set up in the Pre-function area of the convention center, the Silver and Gold Banquet, and more. With over 40 exhibitors showcasing their publications, software and products in the Exhibit Hall, MAA MathFest 2013 is sure to be the best.
Why Exhibit At or Sponsor MAA MathFest?
MAA MathFest is a great platform for your company to reach over 1,400 new customers. Present your product to hundreds of professors, students, applied mathematicians, and math enthusiasts for an unparalleled opportunity to reach a broad range of people within the mathematical community.
Who Attends MAA MathFest?
MAA MathFest attendees include university, college, and high school teachers; graduate and undergraduate students; pure and applied mathematicians; computer scientists; statisticians; and many others in academia, government, business, and industry.
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the largest professional society that focuses on undergraduate level mathematics. The MAA’s 25,000 members participate in a wide variety of activities that foster education, professional development, student involvement, and public policy. MAA’s national focus is complemented by its 29 regional sections - together providing an extensive network that links the mathematical community.
If the MathFest 2013 is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.
|Conference/Event Dates:||08/01/2013 - 08/03/2013|
|Primary Industry:||Education Events|
|Other Industries:||Associations: Trade / Professional, Business, Education, Education Events, Other / Miscellaneous|
|Audience:||Our meeting attendees include university, college and high school teachers; graduate and undergraduate students; pure and applied mathematicians; computer scientists; statisticians; and many others in academia, government, business, and industry.|
59% University or Students
21% Graduate and Undergraduate University or Students
1% K-12 Teachers
|Venue:||Connecticut Convention Center|
|Venue Phone:||(860) 249-6000|
|Venue Type:||Indoor - Convention Center|
|Number of Exhibitors:||40+|
|Show Owner:||Mathematical Association of America (MAA)|
|Show Manager:||SER exposition services|
|Prospectus PDF:||Download Exhibitor Prospectus PDF|
|Sponsorship Details:||Act now to get the sponsorship level best suited for your organization.
Headline your company by becoming a sponsor at MAA MathFest. DonâTMt miss out on this opportunity to reach over 1,400 new customers.
For questions or more information regarding sponsorships, please contact Laura Witowsky at email@example.com or 202-319-
All sponsorships include:
â¢ Preferred booth location
â¢ Preferred listing on MAA website with link to your company
â¢ Preferred program book listing
â¢ Exclusive signage at sponsored event
â¢ Recognition announcements in Exhibit Hall
|Booth Size||Booth Cost||Available Amenities|
|10' x 10' Inline||$1,195||Electricity:||Yes||- Unknown Price|
|Marketing Vehicles Allowed:||Call|
|Other Booth Sizes Available: n/a|
How do I show up here?
Add a note here, it is only visible by you.
- A+ Compass
A+ Compass designs, produces and markets math education tools and materials. We are also distributors for a small number of select products from other sources. Our primary products are whiteboard compasses, magnetic straightedges, large magnetic protractors, LASER cut puzzles and demonstrations and graphing boards. We also produce templates for use with document cameras and overhead projectors. Visit our website at www.apluscompass.com and contact us via the website.
- A K Peters – 2010 Sponsor
A K Peters, Ltd. is a leading independent, scientific-technical publisher specializing in mathematics, physics, computer graphics, and computer games. A K Peters has over 300 titles in print and publishes approximately 25-30 new titles annually, including four journals. Recent releases include Origami Polyhedra Design, Leonhard Euler and the Bernoullis, Bright Boys, Understanding Real Analysis, Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces, and many more.
The American Mathematical Society publishes books, journals (electronic and print), and MathSciNet-the Mathematical Reviews Database. Our top-tier research publications span the entire spectrum of pure and applied mathematics for professionals, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates. For more information or to purchase AMS publications, go to www.ams.org/bookstore.
Cambridge's publishing in books and journals combines state-of-the-art content with the highest standards of scholarship, writing and production. Visit our stand to browse new titles, available at a 20% discount, and to pick up sample issues of our journals. Visit our website to see everything we do: www.cambridge.org/us/.
CASIO EDUCATION: PUT VALUE BACK IN THE EQUATION
Schools, Educators and Administrators have a choice. When you choose CASIO for your technology solution, the decision is backed by industry-best savings, FREE support programs and the advanced functionality of our products. For more information visit www.casioeducation.com or call 1-800-582-2763
- Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation
NSF's goals -- discovery, learning, research infrastructure and stewardship -- provide an integrated strategy to advance the frontiers of knowledge, cultivate a world-class, broadly inclusive science and engineering workforce and expand the scientific literacy of all citizens, build the nation's research capability through investments in advanced instrumentation and facilities, and support excellence in science and engineering research and education through a capable and responsive organization. Within the NSF, the Division of Undergraduate Education’s mission is to promote excellence in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all students. Website: http://www.nsf.gov/div/index.jsp?org=DUE .
- Hawkes Learning Systems – 2010 Sponsor
Discover the advantages of interactive software created by a company that has been specializing in mathematics for over 30 years. Hawkes Learning Systems (HLS) promotes grade improvement and motivates students by engaging them in the learning process. Students learn more effectively through tutorials, unlimited practice, mastery-based homework, and error-specific feedback. HLS is the solution for your students' success!
- Make Textbooks Affordable
Make Textbooks Affordable is a non-profit student campaign to reduce textbook costs by promoting affordable alternatives like open-access textbooks. The campaign is a project of the Student PIRGs, which is a national network of state-based student groups that work to solve problems related to the environment, consumer protection, and government reform. www.studentpirgs.org/open-textbooks
- Maplesoft– 2010 Sponsor
Maplesoft offers a collection of testing solutions which can free schools from the cost, effort, and limitations of paper-and-pencil assessment. Drawing on the power of Maple, web-based solutions from Maplesoft make it easy to deliver meaningful tests on any subject involving mathematical content. Through an exciting partnership with the MAA, Maplesoft brings you the Maple TA MAA Placement Test Suite. For all of your other math, engineering and science testing and assessment requirements, try Maple T.A. Both solutions bring the power of Maple into your testing and assessment program.
- Math for America– 2010 Sponsor
Founded in 2004, Math for America (MƒA) is a private nonprofit organization with a mission to improve math education in US public secondary schools. With sites in Boston, Los Angeles, New York City, San Diego and Washington, DC, MƒA recruits, trains and retains outstanding mathematics teachers. MƒA offers Fellowships for both new and experienced teachers, including the MƒA Fellowship, which aims to increase the number of mathematically talented individuals entering the teaching profession, as well as the MƒA Early Career Fellowship and MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship, which support outstanding mathematics teachers already in the classroom. Visit http://www.mathforamerica.org
- Mathematical Association of America
Visit the Mathematical Association of America’s booth to check out what’s new and what’s coming in books and DVDs from the MAA’s publications department. New at MathFest this year is free shipping and handling on orders placed at the meeting. We continue to offer discounts below member prices and we absorb the sales tax on all meeting orders.
- Mathematics Department at the University of California, Riverside
The Mathematics Department at University of California, Riverside is one of the few Math departments in the country that offers diversity in research, small hands-on classes and the unique opportunity to learn from some of the most prominent mathematicians.
The cumulative experiences of our mathematics program prepares graduates to enter top mathematics education programs, to take on important leadership roles in mathematics education communities, and enter classrooms better equipped to teach lessons that encourage deeper mathematical thinking.
At UCR, our graduate studies program emphasizes strong interaction with faculty in order to gain maximum benefit from course work. First, it allows students to explore new mathematical understanding in both personal and social contexts. Secondly, it immerses students deeply in exploration, inquiry and analysis. Finally, it familiarizes students with the ever-changing body of research literature related to learning and teaching mathematics and contemporary research methodologies.
PhD and Master’s Degrees offered.
Apply online http://www.graduate.ucr.edu/Admtoc.html
- National Association of Math Circles– 2010 Sponsor
The National Association of Math Circles provides a community for Math Circles and similar programs via a website http://mathcircles.org. This fun and interactive website includes a database of Math Circles worldwide, a wiki started by Sam Vandervelde’s Circle in a Box Math Circle book, a Math Circle Problem and Lesson Collection, as well as a developing forum for discussion of Math Circle related ideas.
Visit our booth to learn more or attend one of the SIGMAA-MCST sessions to learn more about Math Circles.
- National Security Agency
The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) is home to America's codemakers and codebreakers. The National Security Agency has provided timely information to U.S. decision makers and military leaders for more than half a century.
NSA/CSS is unique among the U.S. defense agencies because of our government-wide responsibilities. NSA/CSS provides products and services to the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, government agencies, industry partners, and select allies and coalition partners. In addition, we deliver critical strategic and tactical information to war planners and war fighters.
Educating more than 100 million people worldwide, Pearson is the global leader in education publishing. With such renowned imprints as Addison-Wesley and Prentice Hall, Pearson provides quality mathematics education solutions in all available media.
- Rational Reasoning, LLC
Rational Reasoning markets research-based mathematics materials for students and instructors. The texts are designed to help all students acquire the foundational knowledge to continue studying mathematics. The curricular materials are based on research on knowing and learning mathematics and have been repeatedly studied and revised to assure their effectiveness. An online text accompanies each bounded text. Videos, animations and check your understanding tasks are included to engage students in the deep thinking, reflection and practice necessary for learning new ideas. Procedures and skills can also be reviewed and practiced online with students receiving instant results and detailed solutions.
Teacher support tools accompany each Rational Reasoning text. Conceptually focused worksheets with solutions and teacher notes pose problems and questions to help students develop essential understandings and critical connections. Powerpoint slides with detailed teacher notes and linked animations help novice and expert teachers provide lively and coherent lectures. A professional development website accompanies each text and includes classroom videos of teachers implementing our materials. Visit RationalReasoning.net.
Stop by the Springer booth and browse and over 1,000 books! Our new touch-screen technology lets you browse titles with a single touch. It not only lets you view an entire book online, it also lets you order it as well. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
- Texas Instruments
Supporting educators’ passion for teaching, TI’s research-based technology for instruction and assessment, curricular materials and professional development combine to provide essential elements for greater student achievement in math and science. The TI-Nspire™ learning handhelds and computer software build on proven graphing technology and further enable students to explore multiple representations of concepts on a single screen. The TI-Navigator™ classroom learning system engages each student and provides real-time assessment of student understanding. Visit education.ti.com.
- WebAssign– 2010 Sponsor
WebAssign, the independent online homework and assessment solution, continues to innovate. New math tools for 2010 include the calcPad answer palette and an interactive numberline. With pre-coded questions from 200 leading math titles from every major publisher, WebAssign makes online homework easy.
- W.H. Freeman & Company
W.H. Freeman & Company publishes high-quality textbooks and media in mathematics and statistics. Visit booth #18 to learn more about our titles, including the successful Rogawski Calculus, COMAP For All Practical Purposes 8/e, and four new titles: Sowder Reconceptualizing Mathematics, Moore Essential Statistics, Larose Discovering Statistics: Brief Version, and Kokoska Introductory Statistics. Demonstrations will also be provided of our innovative media and online homework systems, including CalcPortal, MathPortal, and StatsPortal, as well as our new StatClips tutorial videos.
Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is an independent, global publisher of print and electronic products. Wiley Higher Education publishes for a broad range of post secondary education with leading programs in the Sciences, Business, Technology and the Social Sciences. Wiley’s Internet Site can be accessed at http://www.wiley.com.
- Worldwide Center of Mathematics
The Center of Math was founded in 2008 by David B. Massey, an award-winning professor with 26 years of collegial teaching experience, and a leading research mathematician in the field of singularities. We currently offer a host of multimedia products and services that help us to enrich and enhance the lives of scholars, students, and the community at large through the increased dissemination of mathematical knowledge. We are here exhibiting our revolutionary, multimedia calculus textbooks: Worldwide Differential Calculus and Worldwide Integral Calculus. These textbooks are produced as PDFs, which allow us to hyperlink all of the cross-references in the books, put in pop-up margin comments, and embed videos at the beginning of each section that actually teach the student the content of that section; in essence, our textbooks are electronic versions of courses.
xyAlgebra is a completely free Algebra I software package. Solutions can be entered step-by-step, not just as short final answers. xyAlgebra responds intelligently to each step by suggesting appropriate next steps for any solution method, flagging incorrect steps and reviewing appropriate prerequisite(s). Intelligent responses are even available at each step of verbal problems. xyAlgebra configuration options include initial placement, instruction, unlimited practice, periodic testing and distance learning.