Presentations in the Conference
History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics
Eger, 2016 1922 May 2016
KEYNOTE LECTURES
Michael Lambrou
Tangent and area before the invention of Calculus
Dénes Nagy
János Bolyai in the U.S., Japan, Australia, Russia
Dénes Nagy
On geometric style of thinking in “small countries” vs. the algebraic style of thinking in the “big countries”.
Edmund Robertson
The History of Mathematics – some personal thoughts
Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi
The role of history of mathematics in mathematics education
Dirk Huylebrouck
Leonardo was not a mathematical genius
LECTURES
Štefan BEREŽNÝ
Development of teaching of the Calculus (Mathematical Analysis and Linear Algebra) at the Technical University in Košice for the last 20 years.
László Budai
The development of spatial abilities in the high school with GeoGebra
Ján Buša
Using Open Source Program wxMaxima in Teaching Mathematical Modeling
Edit Debrenti
Kolozsvár Arithmetics
Roman Fric
What is Jakubík number?
Ján Gunčaga
Several Authors of Mathematical Textbooks in 19th Century Hungary
Erika GyöngyösiWiersum
Eternal values in a changing world
Miklós Hoffmann
Differential geometry in primary school
Tünde Kántor
A History of the Honour Doctoral Awarding at the University of Debrecen
Péter Körtesi
Using GeoGebra to revisit the Famous Curves of the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive
Maria Mihailova
Important Developments in Educational Technology
Munkácsy Katalin
Language of mathematics education at ELTE and at predecessor institutions
Oláhné Téglási Ilona
Visuality & Mathematics – Experimental Education of Mathematics through Visual Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities
Ivanka StipančićKlaić
William Feller – Mathematician born in Zagreb in 1906
Alena Šolcová
Mathematics and Physics in Prague of Slowly Fading Baroque. Joseph Stepling (1716 – 1778) – the Founder of the Prague Observatory
Szilvia Szilágyi and Szilvia ÁrvaiHomolya
Zoltán Szarka’s Lecture Notes and Handbooks on Mathematics for Engineers
Márta Takács
Five Decades of Fuzzy Theory and Applications
CEEPUS SESSION
Central european contributions to the history and teaching of mathematics
Štefan BEREŽNÝ
Development of teaching of the Calculus (Mathematical Analysis and Linear Algebra) at the Technical University in Košice for the last 20 years.
Štefan BEREŽNÝ
Development of teaching of the Operational Analysis at the Technical University in Košice for the last 20 years.
Lajos Klukovits
Problems and Methods in Diophantus’ Arithmetica.
Péter Körtesi
The Kerékjártó project
Katalin Munkácsy
Handson History of Mathematics
Edmund Robertson
MacTutor  History of Mathematics Archive
Zamir Selko
Educational strategies for improvement of curricula masters in mathematical branch, in accordance with market needs, the impact of the modifications C.A.S use
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