Overview & Attendees:
MAA MathFest is the largest annual summertime gathering of mathematicians. In 2013, MAA MathFest will offer all of the great sessions that you have come to expect from the conference: Invited Addresses, Invited Paper Sessions, a Short Course, Contributed Paper Sessions, Minicourses and more. Highlights include:
MAA MathFest provides an excellent opportunity for attendees to meet and talk to mathematicians from many varying disciplines, reconnect with colleagues, and enjoy mathematics as a community. The Exhibit Hall also showcases over 40 exhibitors and provides attendees with the ability to learn about new publications and products. In 2013, the conference will continue to provide invaluable networking opportunities at the Grand Opening Reception, the always popular Ice Cream Social, networking tables set up in the Pre-function area of the convention center, the Silver and Gold Banquet, and more. With over 40 exhibitors showcasing their publications, software and products in the Exhibit Hall, MAA MathFest 2013 is sure to be the best.
Why Exhibit At or Sponsor MAA MathFest?
MAA MathFest is a great platform for your company to reach over 1,400 new customers. Present your product to hundreds of professors, students, applied mathematicians, and math enthusiasts for an unparalleled opportunity to reach a broad range of people within the mathematical community.
Who Attends MAA MathFest?
MAA MathFest attendees include university, college, and high school teachers; graduate and undergraduate students; pure and applied mathematicians; computer scientists; statisticians; and many others in academia, government, business, and industry.
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the largest professional society that focuses on undergraduate level mathematics. The MAA’s 25,000 members participate in a wide variety of activities that foster education, professional development, student involvement, and public policy. MAA’s national focus is complemented by its 29 regional sections - together providing an extensive network that links the mathematical community.