The Conference will consist of several workshops and sessions covering multiple themes. Students are encouraged to present work or projects in mathematics in the following themes but not limited to.

  • Group Presentations are welcome
  • Full audiovisual technology will be available
  • The official language of the conference is ENGLISH

The themes of interest for EUROMATH are: 

  • Applications of mathematics
  • Mathematics and sciences
  • Mathematics and life
  • Mathematics and social sciences
  • Mathematics and technology
  • Mathematics and space
  • Fractals and geometry
  • Mathematics and economy
  • Mathematics and literature
  • Mathematics and nature
  • Famous numbers
  • Communication of mathematics 
  • Mathematics and music
  • Mathematics and law
  • Mathematics and statistics
  • History of mathematics
  • Mathematics and society
  • Mathematics and Europe
  • Mathematics and philosophy 
  • Mathematics and computer science
  • Mathematics and theatre
  • Mathematics and sports


The themes of interest for EUROSCIENCE are:  

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Computer Science
  • Medicine
  • Geography
  • Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Mobile devices
  • All technologies

Presentatation duration: 20 minutes


Proposed Workshops, Symposiums, Sessions or Exhibitions within the Conference are welcome.

Workshop duration: 40 minutes (except otherwise requested)


Please send your abstracts/proposals at to the attention of the Programme Committee.
Deadline: 30 January 2019 

Instructions on How-to prepare your abstract can be found here

To see last year's abstract booklet click here