Scientific Program

CHANGES TO THE PROGRAM – JULY 15, 2014

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Schedule VI

Registered Participants

Registered Participants [pdf]

Aysha Abdul Majeed Australia
Lawan Abdulhamid South Africa
Yasaman Abtahi Canada
Kay Achmetli Germany
Elizabeth (Lisa) Acierno United States
Anne Elizabeth Adams United States
Atinuke Adeyemi Canada
Jill Adler South Africa
Emmanuelle Adrien Canada
Ayça Akin Turkey
Miyo Akita Japan
Giovannina Albano Italy
Juliet Helen Alderton United Kingdom
Carol Ruth Aldous Australia
Ayman Eleyan Aljarrah Canada
Amanda Allan Canada
Darien Allan Canada
Lyla Ali Alsalim Canada
Julie Amador United States
Miriam Amit Israel
Tuyin An United States
Ann Anderson Canada
Annica Andersson Sweden
Chiara Andrà Italy
Silvanio de Andrade Brazil
Glenda Anthony New Zealand
Jussara Loiola Araujo Brazil
Alayne Cheryl Armstrong Canada
Mike Askew Australia
Fatima Assaf Canada
Daniela Assmus Germany
Catherine Attard Australia
Arnon Avitzur United States
Fetiye Aydeniz United States
Takuya Baba Japan
Anna Baccaglini-Frank Italy
Young Gon Bae South Korea
Jae Baek United States
Müjgan Baki Turkey
Arthur Bakker Netherlands
Marita Barabash Israel
Rúbia Barcelos Amaral Brazil
Patrick William Barmby United Kingdom
Lorraine M. Baron United States
Raquel Isabel Barrera Curin Canada
Richard Barwell Canada
Pamela Sue Beck United States
Sybilla Beckmann United States
Mary Beisiegel United States
Jana Teresa Beitlich Germany
Anne Bernadette Bennison Australia
Christiane Benz Germany
Margot Berger South Africa
Michael Besser Germany
Kim Beswick Australia
Brenda Anne Bicknell New Zealand
Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs Germany
Yaniv Biton Israel
Irene Biza United Kingdom
Kristen Blair United States
Sarah K. Bleiler United States
Katrin Bochnik Germany
Paolo Boero Italy
Emmanuel Adu-tutu Bofah Finland
Laura Bofferding United States
Janete Bolite Frant Brazil
Marcelo C. Borba Brazil
Rute Elizabete Borba Brazil
Rita Borromeo Ferri Germany
Arindam Bose India
Jonathan David Bostic United States
Ema Paula Botelho Da Costa Mamede Portugal
Brian Bowen United States
Steven Boyce United States
Leicha Bragg Australia
Susanne Brand Germany
Eileen Angélique Braun Germany
Mary E. Brenner United States
Dirk Brockmann-Behnsen Germany
Laura Broley Canada
Patti Brosnan United States
Jill Brown Australia
Catherine D. Bruce Canada
Regina Bruder Germany
Esther Brunner Switzerland
Cameron O’Neill Byerley United States
Mary C. Caddle United States
ÉLysée Robert Cadet Canada
Adi Nur Cahyono Germany
Nigel Stuart Calder New Zealand
Yolanda Campos Campos Mexico
Ana Paula Canavarro Portugal
Tracy Carolan United States
Cathy Carroll United States
Traci Ladare Carter United States
Jillian Cavanna United States
Sara Cavka Sweden
Sevket Ceyhun Cetin United States
Iman Chafik Chahine United States
Yu Liang Chang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Shu-I Chang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Yu-Ping Chang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Olive Chapman Canada
S. Megan Che United States
Chia-Huang Chen Taiwan, R.O.C.
Jian-Cheng Chen Taiwan, R.O.C.
Yu an Chen Taiwan, R.O.C.
Aurélie Flora Chesnais France
Judit Chico Spain
Sousada Chidthachack United States
Kin Eng Chin Malaysia
Hyungmi Cho South Korea
Peter Young Cho United States
Kyong Mi Choi United States
Taehoon Choi United States
Jeffrey Choppin United States
Sean Chorney Canada
Ban Heng Choy New Zealand
Boon Liang Chua Singapore
Dmitry Chumachenko Russia
Victor Cifarelli United States
O. Arda Cimen Turkey
Michelle Cirillo United States
Marta Civil United States
David Clarke Australia
Alison Clark-Wilson United Kingdom
Jo Clay United States
Ellen Clay United States
Lori Ann Clyatt United States
Alf Coles United Kingdom
Peter Collignon Germany
AnnaMarie Conner United States
Jeff Connor United States
Kansas Conrady United States
Jason Cooper Israel
Priscila Marques Dias Correa Canada
Lesa Covington Clarkson United States
Jenny Christine Cramer Germany
Sandra Crespo United States
Csaba Csíkos Hungary
Karla Marie Culligan Canada
Robert Francis Cunningham United States
Annalisa Cusi Italy
Julie Cwikla United States
Bronislaw Czarnocha United States
Pablo Ricardo Dartnell Chile
Natasha Davidson Canada
Brent Andrew Davis Canada
Paul Christian Dawkins United States
A. J. (Sandy) Dawson United States
Marina De Simone Italy
Tine Degrande Belgium
Ali Delice Turkey
Panagiotis N Delikanlis Greece
Eleni Demosthenous United Kingdom
Ozlem Deniz Canada
Jaime Marie Diamond United States
Lara Dick United States
Justin Kelly Dimmel United States
Jaguthsing Dindyal Singapore
Liping Ding Norway
Christian Dohrmann Germany
Higinio Dominguez United States
Allison Jeanette Dorko United States
Nadia Douek France
Anika Dreher Germany
Britt Anneli Dyrvold Sweden
Cris Edmonds-Wathen Australia
Laurie Edwards United States
Anna-Lena Ekdahl Sweden
Ayfer Eker United States
Adem Ekmekci United States
George  L. Ekol Canada
Rabih Raif EL Mouhayar Lebanon
Amy B. Ellis United States
Jessica Ellis United States
Rob Ely United States
Carrie Dawn Engelbrecht Learned Canada
Lyn English Australia
Satoshi Enomoto Japan
Kirstin Erath Germany
Ralf Erens Germany
Ander Willard Erickson United States
Shanna Erickson United States
Dinazar Escudero Spain
Sheila Elizabeth Evans United Kingdom
Ruhama Even Israel
Eleonora Faggiano Italy
Bryan Joseph Fede United States
Ziv Feldman United States
Nora Feldt-Caesar Germany
Osnat Fellus Canada
Roger Claes Fermsjö Sweden
Solange Hassan Ahmad Ali Fernandes Brazil
Ceneida Fernandez Spain
Enrique Fernandez Spain
Francesca Ferrara Italy
Miquel Ferrer Spain
Maureen Kathryn Finnnane Australia
Molly H Fisher United States
Silke Carmen Fleckenstein Germany
Ali Marie Fleming United States
Eric Flores Spain
Tara Cathaleen Flynn Canada
Karrolyne Fogel United States
Helen Forgasz Australia
Colin Foster United Kingdom
Cristina Frade Brazil
Krista Francis Canada
John Francisco United States
Viktor Freiman Canada
Vitali Fridlanski Israel
Marita Friesen Germany
Torsten Fritzlar Germany
Anne Berit Fuglestad Norway
Taro Fujita United Kingdom
Timothy Patrick Fukawa-Connelly United States
Enrique Galindo United States
Aurora Gallardo Cabello Mexico
Maria Elisa Esteves Lopes Galvão Brazil
Montserrat García-Campos Mexico
Kimberly Gardner United States
Hedwig Gasteiger Germany
Peter Gates United Kingdom
Vincent Stephen Geiger Australia
Barabé Geneviève Canada
Juan Manuel Gerardo United States
Susan Gail Gerofsky Canada
Seyum Tekeher Getenet Australia
Soheila Gholmazad Iran
Talya Gilat Israel
Joaquin GImenez Spain
Imani Goffney United States
Curtis Vandyke Goings United States
Manuel Goizueta Spain
Robin Göller Germany
David Maximiliano Gomez Chile
Carlos Nicolas Gomez United States
Alejandro S. González-Martín Canada
Merrilyn Goos Australia
Zahra Gooya Iran
Alison Mary Goss Canada
Edlyn Joy Grant Australia
Jenny Margareta Green Sweden
Jane Kathryn Greenlees Australia
Birgit Griese Germany
Kimberly Ann Groshong United States
Ivona Grzegorczyk United States
Raisa Guberman Israel
Gilda Lisbôa Guimarães Brazil
Pamela Anne Hagen Canada
Maike Hagena Germany
Anneliese Elaine Haines United States
Aehsan Haj Yahya Israel
Anjum Halai Pakistan/Tanzania
Jennifer Elizabeth Hall Canada
Nicole Rose Hallinen United States
Allyson Hallman-Thrasher United States
Elena Filofteia Halmaghi Canada
Markku Hannula Finland
Jani Hannula Finland
Andrew Francis Hare Canada
Dori L Hargrove United States
Lynn Cecilia Hart United States
George Hart United States
Dina Hassidov Israel
Reinhold Haug Germany
Toru Hayata Japan
Lulu Healy Brazil
Neil T Heffernan United States
Cristina Heffernan United States
Stephen Hegedus United States
M. Kathleen Heid United States
Aiso Heinze Germany
Beth Herbel-Eisenmann United States
Sara Hershkovitz Israel
Rina Hershkowitz Israel
Dave Hewitt United Kingdom
Erica Jemm Aileen Hiebert Canada
Abigail Lee Higgins United States
Kate Highfield Australia
Amy F. Hillen United States
Keiko Hino Japan
Margret Hjalmarson United States
Siew Yin Ho Australia
Foo Him Ho Singapore
Nicola Hodkowski United States
Charles Hohensee United States
Ingemar Holgersson Sweden
Jennifer Dawn Holm Canada
Kathryn Dawn Holopainen Canada
Dae Hong United States
Dawn Marie Hood United States
Sarah Lisa Hopkins Australia
Marj Horne Australia
Julie Horoks France
Paul Kurt Howard United States
Veronica Hoyos Mexico
Chia-Jui Hsieh Taiwan, R.O.C.
Feng-Jui Hsieh Taiwan, R.O.C.
Hsin-Mei E. Huang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Chih Hsien Huang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Dinglei Huang United States
Holly Ann Hudson Canada
Jessica Heather Hunt United States
Roberta Hunter New Zealand
Jihyun Hwang United States
Stephen Hwang United States
Daniel Robert Ilaria United States
Salvatore Enrico Paolo Indiogine United States
Jeff Irvine Canada
Tsutomu Ishii Japan
Hiroshi Ishii Japan
Isil Isler United States
Hideki Iwasaki Japan
Andrew Gyula Izsak United States
Christa DeAnn Jackson United States
Tiffany Jacobs United States
Erik Daniel Jacobson United States
Jonas Jäder Sweden
Arne Jakobsen Norway
Masomeh Jamshid Nejad Canada
Amanda Jansen United States
Limin Jao Canada
Barbara Jaworski United Kingdom
Gaya Jayakody Canada
Doris Jeannotte Canada
Chunlian Jiang Macau
Estrella Johnson United States
Heather Lynn Johnson United States
Sue Johnston-Wilder United Kingdom
Steven Robert Jones United States
Cindy Jong United States
Jorma Joutsenlahti Finland
José Antonio Juárez López Mexico
Judith Jung Germany
Tangul Kabael Turkey
Kazuya Kageyama Japan
Gabriele Kaiser Germany
Peter Aaron Mayengo Kajoro Tanzania
Penina Kamina United States
Hyunjung Kang United States
Margaret Karrass United States
Ronnie Karsenty Israel
Shiv Karunakaran United States
Harpreet Kaur Canada
Berinderjeet Kaur Singapore
Mitsuru Kawazoe Japan
Mercy Kazima Malawi
P. Kevin Keith United States
Leander Kempen Germany
Rachael H. Kenney United States
Azimehsadat Khakbaz Iran
Deena Khalil United States
Carolyn Kieran Canada
Dong-Joong Kim South Korea
Eun Ji Kim South Korea
Shin Young Kim South Korea
Yun Ah Kim South Korea
Won Kyung Kim South Korea
keiko kimura Japan
Barbara Mary Kinach United States
David Kirshner United States
Tadayuki Kishimoto Japan
Fatma Kiziltoprak Turkey
Kate Kline United States
Peter James Klosterman United States
Libby Knott United States
Angela Kay Knotts United States
Kim Koh Canada
Yuka Koizumi Japan
Sebastian Kollhoff Germany
Kotaro Komatsu Japan
Dennis Aminiel Kombe United States
Yutaka Kondo Japan
Margo Kondratieva Canada
Peter Kop Netherlands
Ulrich Kortenkamp Germany
Masato Kosaka Japan
Karl Wesley Kosko United States
Masataka Koyama Japan
Rebecca McNall Krall United States
Götz Krummheuer Germany
Na Young Ku South Korea
Ida Kukliansky Israel
Hiroyuki Kumakura Japan
Susumu Kunimune Japan
John Kusznirczuk Australia
Ana Kuzle Germany
Lionel Norman LaCroix Canada
Silke Ladel Germany
François Lagacé Canada
Elizabeth Lake United Kingdom
Diemut Lange Germany
Macarena Larrain Chile
Judy Larsen Canada
Sintria Labres Lautert Brazil
Ilana Lavy Israel
Brian Lawler United States
Jill Nicole Lazarus Canada
Kate le Roux South Africa
Keith R. Leatham United States
Gilah Leder Australia
Gail Denise Ledger New Zealand
Shin-Yi Lee Taiwan, R.O.C.
Mi Yeon Lee United States
Ji-Eun Lee United States
Donghwan Lee South Korea
Soo Jin Lee South Korea
Jean Sangmin Lee United States
Yi-Jung Lee United States
Malte Lehmann Germany
Kin Hang Lei Taiwan, R.O.C.
Roza Leikin Israel
Dominik Leiss Germany
Yew Hoong Leong Singapore
Stephen Lerman United Kingdom
Yuh-Chyn Leu Taiwan, R.O.C.
Timo Leuders Germany
Juliane Leuders Germany
Allen Leung Hong Kong
Issic Kui Chiu Leung Hong Kong
Esther Levenson Israel
Kristen Lew United States
Gareth Lewis United Kingdom
Michael Liebendörfer Germany
Peter Liljedahl Canada
Woong Lim United States
Fou-Lai Lin Taiwan, R.O.C.
Pi-Jen Lin Taiwan, R.O.C.
Yung-Chi Lin Taiwan, R.O.C.
Su-Wei Lin Taiwan, R.O.C.
Cheng-Yao Lin United States
Anke Maria Lindmeier Germany
Berner Lindström Sweden
Torsten Linnemann Switzerland
Minnie Liu Canada
Yating Liu United States
Salvador Llinares Spain
Elise Lockwood United States
Yu-Jen Lu Taiwan, R.O.C.
Matthias Ludwig Germany
Miriam M. Lüken Germany
Lisa Ann Lunney Borden Canada
Fenqjen Luo United States
Lixin Luo Canada
Dana Elizabeth Luther United States
Alison Gordon Lynch United States
Xiaojun Ma United States
Kate Mackrell Canada
Joakim Magnusson Sweden
Jean-Francois Maheux Canada
Andrea Simone Maier Germany
Uldarico Malaspina Peru
Luz Angelica Maldonado United States
Angeliki Mali United Kingdom
Marcus Vinicius Maltempi Brazil
Sasiwan Maluangnont United States
Eudes Libert Mamas Mavoungou Canada
Maria Flavia Mammana Italy
Ami Mamolo Canada
Agida Manizade United States
Elisabeth Mantel Germany
Sitaniselao Stan Manu Canada
Dominic Manuel Canada
Francesca Martignone Italy
Jason Howard Martin United States
Susan Martinez United States
Gustavo Martínez Mexico
Benjamín Martínez Navarro Mexico
Rafael Martínez-Planell Puerto Rico
Heidi Strømskag Måsøval Norway
Yuki Masuda Japan
Shirley Marie Matteson United States
Tuula Maunula Sweden
Rob McDonald Canada
Andrea Mcdonough Australia
Sylvia Susan McLellan Canada
Myron Anthony Medina Canada
Sanela Mehanovic Sweden
Samira Mehraein Iran
Juan Pablo Mejia Ramos United States
Kathleen Melhuish United States
Maria Mellone Italy
Carmel Mesiti Australia
Michael Meyer Germany
Alexander Meyer Germany
Joyce Mgombelo Canada
Mikio Miyazaki Japan
Angel Mizzi Germany
Michelle Moeller United States
Regina Dorothea Möller Germany
Miguel Montes Spain
Antonella Montone Italy
Deborah Moore-Russo United States
Noah Morris Israel
Kimberly Morrow Leong United States
Francesca Morselli Italy
Narges Mortazi Mehrabani Iran
Judit Nora Moschkovich United States
Diana L. Moss United States
Nicholas Mousoulides Cyprus
Patricia Moyer-Packenham United States
Keiko Mukai Japan
Joanne Mulligan Australia
Jaclyn Marie Murawska United States
Carol Murphy New Zealand
Stacy Marie Musgrave United States
Marie Nabbout-Cheiban United States
Gal Nagar United States
Courtney Rose Nagle United States
Tadao Nakahara Japan
Elena Nardi United Kingdom
Oi-Lam Ng Canada
Máire Ní Ríordáin Ireland
Megan Nickels United States
Siun E. NicMhuiri Ireland
Cynthia Nicol Canada
Inga Niedermeyer Germany
Renate Nitsch Germany
Kathleen T. Nolan Canada
Anderson Hassell Norton United States
Guri Nortvedt Norway
Forster Ntow United States
Julie Nurnberger-Haag United States
David John Nutchey Australia
Greg Oates New Zealand
Andreas Obersteiner Germany
Susan Michele Oesterle Canada
Kukhwan Oh South Korea
Masahiko Okamoto Japan
Yukari Okamoto United States
Masakazu Okazaki Japan
Susanna Maria Oksanen Finland
Samet Okumuş United States
Lydia Oyewumi Oladosu Canada
Dana Olanoff United States
Constanta Olteanu Sweden
Linda G. Opheim Norway
Helena Osana Canada
Magnus Osterholm Sweden
Lisa Österling Sweden
Laura Ostsieker Germany
Koji Otaki Japan
Yenny Otalora United States
Samuel Otten United States
Deniz Ozen Turkey
Zekiye Ozgur United States
Yun Hsia Pai Taiwan, R.O.C.
Jimmy Pai Canada
Alik Palatnik Israel
Researcher Maria Pampaka United Kingdom
Catherine Paolucci United States
Joo young Park United States
JinHyeong Park South Korea
Joo Young Park United States
Jungeun Park United States
Anna Pascoe United States
Changgen Pei Hong Kong
Ildiko Pelczer Canada
Irit Peled Israel
John A Pelesko United States
Patricia Perry Colombia
Michele Pertichino Italy
Itabor Peter Nigeria
Andrea Peter-Koop Germany
Blake Peterson United States
Andreas Pettersen Norway
Mamokgethi Phakeng South Africa
Kathleen Philipp Germany
David Pimm Canada
Marcia Pinto Brazil
Marios Pittalis Cyprus
Nicora Placa United States
Nuria Planas Spain
Jennifer Plath Germany
David Bryant Plaxco United States
Emma Plummer Canada
Elena Polotskaia Canada
Armando Paulino Preciado Babb Canada
Norma Presmeg United States
Angel Pretelín-Ricárdez Mexico
Theodosia Prodromou Australia
Jerome Proulx Canada
Daivd Pugalee United States
Kolja Pustelnik Germany
Jamie S Pyper Canada
Khiok Seng Quek Singapore
Brenna Quigley Canada
Nenad Radakovic Canada
Luis Radford Canada
Latika Raisinghani Canada
Heather Marie Ramaglia United States
Johanna Maria Rämö Finland
Benjamin Joseph Rapone United States
Chris Rasmussen United States
David A Reid Germany
Simone Reinhold Germany
Kristina M. Reiss Germany
Xenia-Rosemarie Reit Germany
Ana Sofia Rézio Portugal
Steve Rhine United States
C Miguel Ribeiro Portugal
Natasha Richardson Canada
Amanda Roble United States
Elisabetta Robotti Italy
Associate Professor Ornella Robutti Italy
Helena Cristina Rocha Portugal
Bettina Roesken-Winter Germany
Francisco Rojas Chile
Erlina Ronda Philippines
Veda Roodal Persad Canada
Gerrit Roorda Netherlands
Joanne Rossi Becker United States
Benjamin Rott Germany
Tim Rowland United Kingdom
Diana A Royea Canada
Johanna Elisabeth Ruge Germany
Sheena Rughubar-Reddy South Africa
Robyn Ruttenberg-Rozen Canada
Silke Ruwisch Germany
Julie Ryan United Kingdom
Ulf Anders Ryberg Sweden
Rachel Holly Ryerson Canada
Soroush Sabbaghan Canada
Cristina Sabena Italy
Farhad Mordechai Sabeti Canada
Karen Diane Sabey United States
Ana Isabel Sacristan Mexico
Adalira Saenz-Ludlow United States
Elif Safak United States
Farshid Safi United States
Katie Salguero United States
Graciela Beatriz Salinas Fernández Mexico
Alexander Salle Germany
Wendy Burleson Sanchez United States
Brigitte Johana Sánchez Robayo Colombia
Lina Sanchez-Leal United States
V. Rani Satyam United States
Amanda Sawyer United States
Florian Schacht Germany
Edna O. Schack United States
Markham B. Schack United States
Thorsten Scheiner Germany
Angela Schmitz Germany
Rebecca Schmitz United States
Susanne Schnell Germany
Stanislaw Schukajlow-Wasjutinski Germany
Sven Schüler Germany
Marcus Schütte Germany
Nanette Seago United States
Wee Tiong Seah Australia
Mina Sedaghatjou Canada
Annie Selden United States
John Selden United States
Sheree Taisha Sharpe United States
Jaehong Shin South Korea
Yusuke Shinno Japan
Atara Shriki Israel
Wesley Shumar United States
Anna Shvarts Russia
Johan Sidenvall Sweden
Dianne Siemon Australia
Hayo Siemsen Germany
Anna Sierpinska Canada
Robert Sigley United States
Svein Arne Sikko Norway
Steven Silber United States
Harry Silfverberg Finland
Jason Silverman United States
Anita Movik Simensen Norway
Martin Simon United States
Amber Michelle Simpson United States
Nathalie Sinclair Canada
Laura Marie Singletary United States
Ann Sitomer United States
Bettina Dahl Soendergaard Denmark
Ji-Won Son United States
Susan Kimberley Staats United States
Ruti Steinberg Israel
Sepideh Stewart United States
Gloria Stillman Australia
Shari L Stockero United States
Gert Hendrikus Stols South Africa
Hannes Stoppel Germany
Rudolf Straesser Germany
Brenda Carol Strassfeld United States
Lecturer Jonathan Stupp Israel
Liliana Suarez-Tellez Mexico
Krishna Prasad Subedi Canada
Lovisa Sumpter Sweden
Kathy Sun United States
Trude Sundtjoenn Norway
Chris Suurtamm Canada
Jenny Svanteson Sweden
Michal Tabach Israel
Hak Ping Tam Taiwan, R.O.C.
Shu-Jyh Tang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Eng Guan Tay Singapore
Anna Teledahl Sweden
Julia Teller Germany
Anne Teppo United States
Diane Ruth Hobenshield Tepylo Canada
Amdeberhan Ayeligne Tessema Ethiopia
Eva Thanheiser United States
Sampan Thinwiangthong Thailand
Athina Thoma United Kingdom
Michael O. J. Thomas New Zealand
Jonathan Thomas United States
Patrick W. Thompson United States
Stephen John Thornton Australia
Helen Rachel Thouless United States
Emily Plunkett Thrasher United States
Teerawit Tinprapa Thailand
Jennifer M. Tobias United States
Pee Choon Toh Singapore
Thi Le Tran Australia
Karl-Philippe Tremblay Canada
Chrissagvi Triantafillou Greece
Jeffrey Victor Truman Canada
Cheng-Hua Tsai Taiwan, R.O.C.
Stephen I. Tucker United States
Laura Tuohilampi Finland
Marianna Tzekaki Greece
Ron Tzur United States
Behiye Ubuz Turkey
Yusuke Uegatani Japan
Stefan Ufer Germany
Andreas Ulovec Austria
Elizabeth B Uptegrove United States
Immaculee Uwingabire Rwanda
Erol Uzan United States
Colleen Margaret Vale Australia
Paola Valero Denmark
Estela Aurora Vallejo Vargas Peru
Marja Van Den Heuvel-Panhuizen Netherlands
Wim Van Dooren Belgium
Jo Van Hoof Belgium
Laura Van Zoest United States
Yuly Marsela Vanegas Muñoz Spain
Diana Lucía Vasco Mora Ecuador
Michiel Veldhuis Netherlands
Isabel Velez Portugal
Marta Venturini San Marino
Rose F. Vogel Germany
David Wagner Canada
Geoff Wake United Kingdom
Margaret Walshaw New Zealand
Chih-Yeuan Wang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Ting-Ying Wang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Sasha Wang United States
Zhaoyun Wang Canada
Silvia Evelyn Ward Bringas Mexico
Hiroko Kawaguchi Warshauer United States
Elese Adele Washines United States
Nicholas H. Wasserman United States
Koji Watanabe Japan
Keith Weber United States
Eric Weber United States
Rachael Mae Welder United States
Kevin John Wells Canada
Nicole Wessman-Enzinger United States
Diana White United States
Tracy Foote White United States
Alice White Canada
Walter John Whiteley Canada
Mirela Widder Israel
Jennifer Anne Wilhelm United States
Gaye Williams Australia
Julian Scott Williams United Kingdom
Caroline C. Williams United States
Geoff Woolcott Australia
Chao-Jung Wu Taiwan, R.O.C.
Pei-Chen Wu Taiwan, R.O.C.
Cindy Xin Canada
Yan Ping Xin United States
Ulises Xolocotzin Eligio Mexico
Kai-Lin Yang Taiwan, R.O.C.
Christine Yang United States
Shirley Mary Yates Australia
Seçil Yemen-Karpuzcu Turkey
Adebola Yemisi Nigeria
Jia-Ming Ying Taiwan, R.O.C.
HyunKyoung Yoon United States
David A. Yopp United States
Jenny Young-Loveridge New Zealand
Lindsey Yu Canada
Ekaterina (Katya) Yurasovskaya United States
Andonis Zagorianakos United Kingdom
William Zahner United States
Orit Zaslavsky United States
Rina Zazkis Canada
Dov Zazkis United States
Zulfiye Zeybek United States
Xiaofen Zhang United States
Haode Zuo Hong Kong

Plenary Lectures – Mathematics Education at the Edge

  • George Hart (USA)
  • Luis Radford (Canada)
  • Orit Zaslavsky (Israel and USA)
  • Gabriele Kaiser (Germany)

Plenary Panel – The Calculus of Social Change – Mathematics at the Cutting Edge

  • Mamokgethi Setati Phakeng (South Africa, Convener)
  • David Wagner (Canada)
  • Paola Valero (Denmark)
  • Margaret Walshaw (New Zealand)
  • Anjum Halai (Pakistan and Tanzania)

National Presentation (NP)

The National Presentation will be led by David Reid

Mathematics education research in Canada is multifaceted, outward looking, and vibrant. Canadians are, and have been since the beginning, well represented in international groups like PME, PME-NA, and ICME and on the editorial boards of international journals. This internationalism is a great strength of Canadian mathematics education research, but at the same time it makes it more difficult to distinguish a definitively Canadian approach, as it is nested and has evolved through and within the international context. In addition, geographical, historical and political circumstances have created distinct regional contexts for research, with different foci, opportunities, constraints and theoretical traditions. This makes it easier to consider regional approaches to mathematics education research within the Canadian context. In particular, researchers from the province of Quebec have been present since the emergence of mathematics education research internationally and have in parallel developed a strong research community that is constituted by its annual research conferences, a number of research centres, the development of teacher education programs grounded in and inspired by cutting-edge research results, and numerous funded research programs. Mathematics education research in Ontario benefits from a strong network among researchers and with a variety of stakeholders through interactions with the Ontario Association of Mathematics Education, the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association, and the Ontario Ministry of Education. Monthly meetings of the Fields Institute Mathematics Education Forum helps to support this network. Researchers in Eastern and Western Canada do not benefit from the same level of integration, organisation and support, but nonetheless have built strong research communities, bringing together diverse theoretical perspectives to address research questions of regional & international importance, including mathematics education and Aboriginal peoples, links between social background and mathematics achievement, embodiment and mathematical understanding, new perspectives on teacher professional development, mathematics education in the early years and curriculum theory. While each of these regional approaches has unique characteristics, they share a common Canadian context, including a very strong and creative national organisation, the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group, and support of a national funding agency, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Research Forums (RF)

The goal of a Research Forum (RF) is to create dialogue and discussion by offering PME members more elaborate presentations, reactions, and discussions on topics on which substantial research has been undertaken in the last 5-10 years and which continue to hold the active interest of a large subgroup of PME. A Research Forum is not intended to be a collection of presentations but instead is meant to convey an overview of an area of research and its main current questions, thus highlighting contemporary debates and perspectives in the field. Two 90-minute sessions will be allocated to Research Forums. The following Research Forums have been approved by the International Program Committee of PME 2014:

RF 1: The Challenges of Teaching Mathematics with Digital Technologies–The Evolving Role of the Teacher with Alison Clark-Wilson, Gilles Aldon, Analisa Cusi, Merrilyn Goos, Mariam Haspekian, Ornella Robutti and Mike Thomas.

RF 2: Mathematical Tasks and the Student with David Clarke, Heidi Strømskag,
Heather Lynn Johnson, Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, and Kimberly Gardner [overview]

RF 3: Mathematical Modeling in School Education: Mathematical, Curricular, Cognitive, Instructional, and Teacher Education Perspectives with Marcelo Borba, Rita Borromeo, Jinfa Cai, Michelle Cirillo, Gabriele Kaiser, John A. Pelesko, and Gloria Stillman

RF 4: Spatial Reasoning for Young Learners with Natalie Sinclair and Cathy Bruce

RF 5: Habermas’ Construct of Rational Behavior in Mathematics Education: New Advances and Research Questions with Paolo Boero and Núria Planas

Working Sessions (WS)

The aim of Working Sessions (WS) are to provide PME participants opportunities to collaborate in joint activities on a research topic. For this research topic, there must be a clear research framework or research strategy and precise goals so that a coherent collaborative activity is ensured. Ideas for a Working Session can result from Discussion Group sessions of previous conferences where a topic was elaborated upon and a research framework or strategy was developed. Each Working Session should be complementary to the aims of PME and ensure maximum involvement of each participant. Two 90-minute sessions will be allocated to Working Sessions. After the conference, coordinators of each Working Session will submit a report of their activities for inclusion in the PME newsletter. The accepted Working Sessions for PME 2014 are:

WS 1: Teacher Noticing: A Hidden Skill of Teaching by Molly H. Fisher, Edna O. Schack, Jennifer Wilhelm, Jonathan Thomas, and Rebecca McNall-Krall

WS 2: Developing Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching by Lynn Cecilia and Susan Oesterle

WS 3: Key Issues Regarding Teacher-Student Interactions and roles in Assessment for Learning by Guir A. Nortvedt and Leonor Santos

WS 4: Mathematics Teacher Educators’ Knowledge by Kim Beswick, Merrilyn Goos, and Olive Chapman

WS 5: Special Education and Math Working Group by Helen Thouless, Ron Tzur, Susan Courey, Marie Fisher, Jessica Hunt, Katherine Lewis, Robyn Ruttenberg, and Yan Ping Xin

WS 6: The Use of Eye-Tracking and Technology in Mathematics Education Research by Patrick Barmby, Chiara Andrà, David Gómez, Andreas, Obersteiner, and Anna Shvarts

Discussion Groups (DG)

The objective of a Discussion Group (DG) is to provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss a specific research topic of shared interest. The idea of a Discussion Group may be the result of an Ad hoc Meeting or an intensive discussion of a Research Report during the previous conference. Discussion Groups may begin with short synopses of research work, or a set of pressing questions. A Discussion Group is exploratory in character, and is especially suitable for topics which are not appropriate for collaborative work in a Working Session because they are not yet elaborate enough or because a coherent research strategy has not been identified. A successful Discussion Group may result in an application for a Working Session one year later. Two 90-minute sessions will be allocated to Working Groups. After the conference, coordinators of each Discussion Group will submit a report of their activities for inclusion in the PME newsletter. The accepted Working Sessions for PME 2014 are:

DG 1: A Discussion on Virtual Manipulatives by Patricia Moyer-Packenham and
Jennifer Suh

DG 2: Exploring Horizons of Knowledge for Teaching by Nicholas H. Wasserman, Ami Mamolo, C. Miguel Ribeiro, and Arne Jakobsen

DG 3: Mathematical Discourse that Breaks Barriers and Creates Spaces for Marginalised Students by Roberta Hunter, Marta Civil, Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, and David Wagner (reading material)

DG 4: Negative Numbers: Bridging Contexts and Symbols by Laura Bofferding, Nicole Wessman-Enzinger, Aurora Gallardo, Irit Peled, and Graciela Salinas

DG 5: Numeracy Across the Curriculum by Merrilyn Goos, Helen Forgasz, and Vince Geiger

DG 6: Observing Teachers Observing Mathematics Teaching: Researching the Unobservable by David A. Reid, Richard Barwell, Lisa Lunney Borden, Manuel Dominic, Elaine Simmt, and Christine Suurtamm

DG 7: Preparing and Supporting Mathematics Teacher Educators: Opportunities and Challenges by Rachael Mae Welder, Amanda Jansen, and Andrea McCloskey

DG 8: Researching ‘Thinking Classrooms’ by Gayle Williams and Peter Liljedahl

DG 9: School Mathematics Curriculum in Centralized and Decentralized Educational System by Zahra Gooya and Soheila Gholamazad

DG 10: The Affordances and Constraints of Multimodal Technologies in Mathematics Education by Stephen Hegedus, Yenny Otalora, Lulu Healy, and Natalie Sinclair

DG 11: Visualization in Teacher Education: Toward a Pedagogy by Barbara Mary Kinach and Andrew Coulson.

DG 12: What is Quality Teaching-Research? by Bronislaw Czarnocha (reading material)

Young Researchers’ Day

For the first time, and as a pilot, PME is pleased to offer a special day for young (early career) researchers who are also attending the PME conference. The day will directly precede the main PME conference and will consist of presentations, working groups and other kinds of sessions planned to be of value to those new to research in mathematics education. If it proves to be of interest and value, the IC and local organizations will propose to the AGM that such an event should become a permanent feature of PME activity.

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The aim of the Young Researchers Day is to provide early career researchers with opportunities to develop their research skills in various fields, establish new contacts and build networks among themselves and to future PME conferences, and meet and work with international experts in the field.

Young Researchers Day [YRD] will be held on the afternoon of July 14 (14:00 – 18:00) and the morning of July 15 (9:00 – 12:30) at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. The sessions will comprise of workshops facilitated by internationally recognized PME scholars including Dr. David Pimm, Dr. Nathalie Sinclair, and Dr. Susan Gerofsky as well as PME representatives Dr. Tim Rowland, Dr. Joao Filipe Matos. It will also include a social program to provide opportunities for informal exchanges and further networking.

Registration fees and dinner on July 14 are complimentary (no cost). Application is now closed. For participants accepted to partake in YRD it is recommended that they arrive on July 13th or the morning of July 14th.

Presentation Guidelines

To help with the preparation of your presentations please refer to the presentation guidelines as compiled by PME-IC.

Table of Research Categories

This section is for your reference when completing the reviewer information or the proposal information for personal presentations. Reviewers will receive proposals for reviewing according to the research categories they mark when registering as a reviewer. The proposals will be sent to reviewers according to the research categories that are marked by the submitting author. All proposals must be concerned with mathematics education.

Research Domains in Mathematics Education

  1. Algebra and algebraic structures
  2. Arithmetic, numbers and operations
  3. Calculus and functions
  4. Geometry, space and shape
  5. Probability and statistics
  6. Imagery and visualization
  7. Problem solving and problem posing
  8. Proof, argumentation and reasoning
  9. Representations and modeling
  10. Teacher beliefs
  11. Teacher knowledge and practice
  12. Teacher professional development
  13. Preservice teacher preparation
  14. Classroom assessment
  15. Educational evaluation and policy
  16. Classroom interaction and discourse
  17. Conceptual change and development
  18. Curriculum development and task design
  19. Teaching and learning with technologies
  20. Tools, semiotics and gestures
  21. Affect, emotions and attitudes
  22. Culture, language and multilingualism
  23. Equity and gender issues
  24. Special needs education

Grade Levels

  1. Pre-School (age under 7, and teachers of this grade level)
  2. Elementary (age 5-12, and teachers of this grade level)
  3. Secondary (age 10-18, and teachers of this grade level)
  4. Post secondary (age 16+, and teachers of this grade level)
  5. Vocational education (and teachers in these contexts)
  6. Adult education and out-of-school mathematics (and teachers in these contexts)

Types of Research

  1. Qualitative/interpretative methods
  2. Quantitative methods
  3. Mixed methods
  4. Theoretical/philosophical analysis

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