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*IMS* events are research oriented symposia devoted to
applications of *Mathematica*
computer mathematics environment in science, mathematics, technology,
business and education.

The first *IMS* event, *IMS*'95, was attented by over 100
participants from 17 countries.

We wish to express our gratitude to all the keynote speakers, to those who conducted tutorials and to all the participants for their enthusiasm during the Symposium.

Papers, which are included in the Proceedings, *Mathematics with
Vision*, were refereed
by an international Programme Committee. Please find the subjects below.

The complete list of papers in the
Proceedings of *IMS*'95 is found here.

The Proceedings (ISBN 1 85312 386 2) are available in hardcover from the publisher Computational Mechanics Publications, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton, SO40 7AA; Fax +44 1703 292853.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Rovaniemi at *IMS*'97.

With warm thanks and best regards,

Arja, Jalil, Markku, Olli & Veikko

- Stephen Wolfram, Wolfram Research, USA
- The New Version of
*Mathematica* - Computation,
*Mathematica*, and the History of Abstraction

- The New Version of
- Roman Maeder, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Term Rewriting and Programming Paradigms

- James Davenport, University of Bath, UK
- Mathematics and Computer Algebra

- Allan Hayes, University of De Montfort, UK
*Mathematica*and People: making the future

- Jerome Connor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- Symbolic Computational Mechanics

- Nancy Blachman, Variable Symbols Inc., Stanford University, USA
- Tutorial: Introduction to Programming in
*Mathematica*

- Tutorial: Introduction to Programming in
- Paul Abbott, University of Western Australia
*Mathematica*Problem Solving Clinic

- Tom Wickham-Jones, Wolfram Research Inc., USA
- Tutorial:
*Mathematica*Graphics (3 presentations)

- Tutorial:
- Dana Scott (moderator), Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Panel:
*Mathematica*a in Education

- Panel:
- John Gray, University of Illinois
- Tutorial:
*Mathematica*Programming

- Tutorial:
- Paul Abbott, University of Western Australia
- Tutorial:
*Mathematica*as a Problem Solving Tool

- Tutorial:
- Nancy Blachman, Variable Symbols Inc., Stanford University, USA
- Tutorial: Demystifying
*Mathematica*a's Graphics Capabilities

- Tutorial: Demystifying
- Alfred Gray, University of Maryland, USA
- Tutorial: Differential Geometry of Surfaces via
*Mathematica*

- Tutorial: Differential Geometry of Surfaces via
- Roman Maeder, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Tutorial: Object Oriented Programming

- Paul Abbott, Roman Maeder and Tom Wickham-Jones
*Mathematica*Problem Solving Clinic

- Computation in Engineering
- Computation in Physics and Chemistry
- Computer Science: Theory and Application
- Data Interpolation
- Differential Equations
- Economics
- Education
- Fractals and Chaos
- Geometry
- Mathematical Algorithms
- Mathematical Physics
- Stochastic and Heuristic Systems

Stephen Wolfram & Arja Taavetti

Klaus Sutner & Gautam Dasgupta

Vladimir Buber

Gautam Dasgupta & Jerome J. Connor

Nancy Blachman, Tom Wickham-Jones, Alfred Gray, Allan Hayes & Roman Maeder

Many participants of *IMS*'95

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