Transmathematica 2021 - The 3rd International Conference on Total Systems

July 2021, Reading, England.

This is a provisional Call for Papers and Registration Details. Authors may submit papers now. Further details about the conference will be provided in due course.

 

 Call for Papers

The Transmathematica conference accepts papers on any subject within the scope of the Transmathematica Journal. That is, it accepts papers from any discipline in the arts, humanities and sciences that deal with total systems. Total systems have no exceptions, so they always work. This is of interest to Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy and many other disciplines. Papers on transreal arithmetic or any of the trans-sciences are especially welcome.

Papers, in any format, should ideally be submitted using the Transmathematica Journal’s submission process but authors may submit conference papers, by email, to the Editor in Chief. 

Papers should be submitted as soon as possible. Submitting by the following deadlines will qualify for the conference publication fee, which is lower than the regular journal publication fee. All accepted papers will be published in the Transmathematica journal.

The conference committee will endeavour to give publication decisions within two weeks of submission.  Authors are encouraged to submit early, to gain publication approval, and then to spend time improving their papers, up to the production-ready deadline.

 

Audio-Visual Presentations

Conference presentaions may be made virtually by Skype or physically. Acceptable formats for presentations are Apple KeyNote, Adobe PDF, Microsoft PowerPoint.

Delegates are advised to bring their presentations on a USB memory stick and to have a backup copy publicly available on the World Wide Web. Delegates are invited to send their final presentation by email, to the Editor in Chief so that the presentation can be pre-loaded onto a conference computer.

 

WiFi

 

Conference Committee

Dr Walter Gomide, Department of Philosophy, Federal University of Mato Grosso (UFMT), Brazil.

Dr Tiago Reis, Federal Institute of Education, Science, and Technology of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Dr James Anderson, School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences, The University of Reading, UK.

The conference committee may call on all of the Transmathematica journal’s editorial board and other experts for peer reviews.

 

Deadlines

Submission of full papers, in any format, for peer review: <date>. After this date, papers may still be submitted but there is no guarnatee that they can be reviewed in time for the early or late conference registrations. Papers that are too late for the conference may be considered as journal submissions but this will incur the higher journal article processing fee.

Early conference registration ends <date>

Production Ready Papers, <date>.

Late conference registration ends <date>.

The Transmathematica journal accepts submissions at any time and has discretion to redirect papers to the conference issue. The journal’s article processing fee is £300, which is reduced for conference delegates.

 

Registration - Fees are Non-Refundable

The conference registration fees are non-refundable. This means that after you have paid the fee, you cannot be reimbursed the money even if you do not attend the conference.

Papers may be presented virtually, by Skype, or in person at Transmathematica 2021.

The fee for virtual presentation is <virtual fee>. This includes reduced journal publication charges. Virtual presenters will present their paper by Skype and will take questions but will take no further part in the conference. However, they may be contacted directly by any virtual or physical delegate, if they have agreed to publication of their Skype and/or Email details.

The fee for physical presentation is <early physical fee> for early registration, <late physical fee> for late registration. This includes light refreshments in the morning and afternoon, a buffet lunch, an evening banquet, and reduced journal publication charges.

Interested members of the public may attend Transmathematica 2019 on payment of the early or late registration fee, as appropriate. They need not make a presentation but may take part in all other aspects of the conference, including the evening banquet.

Members of the public may attend just the evening banquet for a fee of <banquet fee>.

The general and technical press may attend without charge by invitation. Email the Editor in Chief for details.  

Use these PayPal buttons to pay for conference registration. If you are unable to use PayPal then email the Editor in Chief for alternative payment methods.

 

Virtual (Skype) Presentation <virtual fee>

 

Early Physical Registration <early physical fee>

Enter your email address so that the conference organisers can contact you to obtain your dietary requirements and to obtain your consent to publication of your chosen contact details. 

 

Late Physical Registration <late physical fee>

Enter your email address so that the conference organisers can contact you to obtain your dietary requirements and to obtain your consent to publication of your chosen contact details. 

 

Conference banquet only <banquet fee>

 

Conference Location and Hotels

 

Luxury Hotel (*****)

 

Mid-range hotel (****)

 

Budget Hotel (***)

 

Provisional Conference Programme <conference date>

All events take place in <conference location>.

All of the papers accepted to date are available in the journal issue <journal issue>.

Peer reviewed papers are made publicly available, before the conference, so that delegates can get the most out of the conference by being fully informed about the presentations they may wish to attend and the questions they may wish to ask. Delegates may wish to email authors before the conference to ask questions or arrange private meetings. See the email links in each paper.

Embargo: Transmathematica will not make any public comment about papers until the close of the conference at <time and date>.

Provisional one-day plan. Additional days will be planned as needed.

<time> Registration and Coffee

<time> Welcome Address

<time> Coffee Break

<time> Keynote Lecture: 

<time> Lunch

<time> Closing Address

<time> Free Time – delegates are welcome to attend the hotel’s bar

<time> Conference Banquet

 

*FIRE ALARMS

 

Authors and Attendees