7th International Meeting on Origami in Science, Mathematics, and Education


The 7th International Meeting on Origami in Science, Mathematics and Education (7OSME) will be held in Oxford, United Kingdom between 5th and 7th September 2018, in conjunction with the summer convention of the British Origami Society. The timeline for submission etc. is as follows.

5th - 7th September 2018 OSME meeting
24th August 2018 Final program
6th July 2018 Publication of accepted presentations
8th June 2018 Deadline for published abstracts of presentations
6th April 2018 Decision on accepted presentations
2nd March 2018 Early registration opens
1st December 2017 Deadline for submissions
1st September 2017 Call for papers

The links to submission and registration will appear in due course.

Oxford

Oxford offers a beautiful location with an amazing heritage. The city is packed full of college buildings dating back to the 13th century that are parts of Oxford University. The city has excellent connections to both London and London airports, making it a great location for an international meeting. Buses run to London Heathrow Airport every 15 minutes with a journey time of 60 minutes, and to London Gatwick Airport every hour.

Oxford is a university city located 80 kilometres west of London. The city is known worldwide as the home of Oxford University, the oldest university in the English-speaking world.

The University of Oxford (www.ox.ac.uk) has many conference venues because of its numerous auditoriums, lecture halls, decent accommodations and spectacular dining and recreational facilities, some of which have appeared in many film settings (conference-oxford.com). During the summer when students are on vacation, many colleges are able to provide accommodation for hundreds of guests in picturesque surroundings. In addition, the colleges have superb catering teams experienced in providing for large banquets and conference dinners. All these features make the University an ideal venue for 7OSME.

The organising team members are actively working on various issues related to the conference, and details will be announced as soon as all the logistics have been completed.

The local organising committee is fully aware that the success of the conference is dependent on your active participation. This committee will be expanded to give a balance of expertise needed to provide the necessary logistics and technical expertise. We will create a technical committee to cover the conference themes and organise the presentations, abstract and talk selection etc., which will include artists, scientists, mathematicians, engineers and educators.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Oxford in 2018.

Contact the OSME Steering Committee by sending an email to