YESS 10 (in 2020)
10th Young ERME Summer School in April, 21-26, 2020
YESS 10 will take place in April, 21-26, 2020 not he lovely island Rhodes (in Greece). The YOUNG ERME summer schools always aim at letting
  • people from different countries meet and establish a friendly and cooperative style of work in the field of mathematics education research;
  • people compare and integrate their preparation in the field of mathematics education research in a peer discussion climate with the help of highly qualified experts from various research areas;
  • people present their research ideas, theoretical thoughts, methodological approaches or problems, and preliminary research results, in order to get suggestions (from other participants and experts) about possible developments, different perspectives, etc. and open the way to possible connections with nearby research projects and co-operation with researchers in other countries.

  • YESS 10 is organised by Viviane Durand-Guerrier (scientific coordinator) and Konstantinos Tatsis (Chair) and their colleagues.
    The deadline for the application for admission as participant is September 30, 2019.
    Here is the website of YESS 10 with more details information.
    CERME 13 in 2023
    Call for Applications for Hosting CERME 13 (2023)
    The Congress of ERME, the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education, is successful in gathering an increasing number of European researchers biannually. Having planned the CERME 12 in Bolzano in February 2021, we already need to start planning for 2023. The ERME board calls for research groups willing to do an important service to the functioning of the community by applying for hosting the next congress.
    You can find details of the call here.
    Please, apply until November, 1, 2019 by email to Susanne Prediger, President of ERME,
    4 ETCs in 2020
    Four ERME Topic Conference will take place in 2020

    ERME Topic Conferences have been established in 2016, the general idea is described here The ERME board is pleased to announce four new ETCs, which can again contribute to a vivid communication amoung European researchers:
  • ETC 7 on Language in the Mathematics Classroom in Montpellier, February, 18-21, 2020 (chaired by Jenni Ingram and Aurelie Chesnais). Website is here. The deadline for paper submission is October, 15, 2019.
  • ETC 8 on University Mathematics (INDRUM 3) in Bizerte, March, 27-29, 2020 (chaired by Thomas Hausberger and Faïza Chellougui). Website is here. The deadline for paper submission is October, 6, 2019.
  • ETC 9 on Arithmetic and Number systems in Leeds, May, 11-14, 2020 (chaired by Judy Sayers). Website will be announced soon, deadline for paper submission will be announced soon.
  • ETC 10 on Mathematics Education in the Digital Age (MEDA) in Linz in September, 2020 (chaired by Hans-Georg Weigand and Zsolt Lavicza). Website is here. The deadline for paper submission will be announced soon.
  • Emerging Communities
    Call for new initiatives for promoting Emerging Communities
    ERME recognizes the important efforts made by small groups of scholars in a number of countries to gain access to research in mathematics education and to integrate themselves to the international research community. The ERME Board offers a small number of grants (up to a maximum of 5000€) to well-motivated initiatives to support emerging communities of research in mathematics education in countries which have been underrepresented in this kind of research so far.
    You can find details it here. Applications should be sent by email to the ERME board members Edyta Nowinska ( and Konstantinos Tatsis ( Strict deadline is June, 30, 2019.
    CERME12 (in 2021)
    New Organization has started
    After CERME 11 has been closed in lovely Utrecht with all the wonderful experiences, we start to prepare for CERME 12 in Bolzano on February, 3-7, 2021. The local chair will be Giorgio Bolondi with co-chair Federica Ferretti, the IPC chair will be Jeremy Hodgen with co-chair Eirini Geraniou.
    ERME 20th Birthday
    ERME 20 Year Book appeared on the occasion of the 20th birthday - Free access for 60 days
    After three years of preparation, the book documenting 20 years of ERME research has appeared:
    Dreyfus, T., Artigue, M., Potari, D., Prediger, S. & Ruthven, K. (Eds.) (2018). Developing Research in Mathematics Education - Twenty Years of Communication, Cooperation and Collaboration in Europe. Oxon: Routledge.
    The book chapters have been written by experienced ERME researchers and have been discussed by all CERME participants in 2017. The ERME community thanks all authors and editors, especially Tommy Dreyfus for taking the lead on a huge, joint enterprise!
    On the occasion of the 20th Birthday, free online access is granted for 60 days: Here is a link for a temporary free online access without print.