Call for papers

We would like to invite you to submit a conference paper of 4-6 pages (incl. references) and to prepare a presentation or a poster thereof. The presentations are 15 min long followed by 5 min discussion. The preferred poster size is A0 portrait. For your paper submission, please use the template below and submit it to our confenrence tool “Lyyti” (link below). The submissions are blind reviewed and published in proceedings publication after the seminar. At least one of the authors is required to participate the seminar. The paper abstracts will be available on the seminar.

Your contributions can be presented in two formats:

  • Oral and poster presentations
  • Virtual presentations


Participants wishing to take part in the seminar, but who are unable to attend in-person, will be able to submit their abstracts and papers to the SEFIMSIG2023 Proceedings.

Virtual participants will have the chance to discuss the themes after the presentations of the seminar and authors’ findings.

Registered virtual authors will have access to the SEFIMSIG2023 Proceedings.


Template and submission:

Abstract submission

Paper submission


Important dates
  • 28.2.2023 Abstract submission deadline

    SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT NOW – Deadline extension: 31st of March 2023

  • 19.3.2023 14.4.2023 Notification of acceptance (based on abstract)
  • 30.4.2023  15.5.2023 Paper submission deadline


The main topics of the seminar are as follows:
  • Mathematical competencies in practice and didactical research
    • Practice roles of researchers and practitioners and ideas for cooperation
    • Case studies as good examples
    • Situations from practical experience
    • Innovation in Mathematics competencies
    • Theoretical basis and assumptions for competencies development
  • How to assess competencies
    • Good examples
    • Situations from practical experience
    • New means of assessing competencies
  • The goal of teaching
    • “Service Mathematics – Mathematics for the non-specialist”
    • In the education of future engineers: Symbolic language of their disciplines in the education of future engineers
    • General toolbox for solving application problems, or modelling instrument
  • Active learning strategies
    • Visualization as an active learning method
    • Tools to improve Mathematics’ comprehension
    • Dynamic Mathematics as motivation enhancement
    • Playing and learning in and with Mathematics
    • Turning Mathematical concepts into dynamic images
    • Live Mathematics in dynamic images (orbis pictus)
  • Mathematical Engineering and Informatics
    • Applied modelling and simulation
    • Applied Mathematics and Statistics
    • New ideas in Mathematical Engineering and Informatics

Other contributions related to the mathematical education of engineers are also welcome.