ICME-10 has the pleasure of announcing the following institutions that
are kindly supporting the congress:
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) – Campus and technical equipment
is placed at the disposal of the congress during the congress period. In
addition to this DTU provides meeting facilities during the planning
Roskilde University, IMFUFA – Support to the congress in the form of
manpower for the secretariat, the chairs of the international programme
committee and of the local organising committee, and support to meetings
in the international programme committee.
Danish University of Education – Places meeting facilities at the
disposal of the Nordic contact committee and the local organising
committee during the planning process.
Centre for Research in Learning Mathematics (Danish University of
Education, Roskilde University and Aalborg University) – Payment of
wages for the secretary of the local organising committee.
The congress is supported by all relevant universities, departments and
professional associations for teachers from all educational levels in
Denmark and in the other Nordic countries. Many parties are supporting
the congress directly by paying travel expenses for members of the
Nordic committee and the local organising committee and by means of
manpower. See organisation for further details.
Sponsors Public institutions / bodies
Danish Ministry of Education – Financial support has been given to the
planning process, and the Ministry strongly supports the congress as
Ministry of Education and Research in Norway
Ministry of Education and Science in Sweden – have given substancial
financial support to the planning process of ICME-10 in the different
Nordic countries and for the work of the Nordic contact committee.
The Ministry of Education, Science and Culture in Iceland
Ministry of Education in Finland
Danish Research Council for the Humanities – Support has been given
through Centre for Research in Learning Mathematics, and financial
support has been given to the first meeting of the international
Lyngby Taarbæk Municipality – The members of the international programme
committee and the local organisation were treated at a reception.
Private companies and foundations
Carlsbergs Mindelegat for Brygger J.C. Jacobsen
International Mathematical Union
The Niels Henrik Abel Memorial Fund was established on 1
January 2002, to award the Abel Prize for outstanding
scientific work in the field of mathematics. The prize
amount is 6 million NOK (about 750,000 Euro) and was awarded
for the first time on 3 June 2003.
Sponsor / Exhibitor manual (pdf, 254KB)
Floorplan (JPEG image)