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TU Eindhoven



Eindhoven, NL – Netherlands



Maxim Hendriks



Arjeh Cohen



Hans Cuypers



Hans Sterk




The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the TU/e houses internationally renowned expertise in computer algebra, geometry, (tools for developing) interactive mathematical documents, and visualization.

The algebra and geometry chair led by Prof. Arjeh Cohen is, among other things, active in creating the next generation of interactive mathematical documents. With their book "Algebra Interactive'' (Springer 1999), Cohen and his group members Cuypers and Sterk were pioneers in this area. Currently, they are working on a new edition, incorporating the state of the art knowledge.

Prof. Arjeh Cohen is one of the original creators of OPENMATH, the current standard for representing the semantics of mathematical objects. At present, he is president of the OPENMATH Society. Currently, he is working on projects, such as the European projects WebALT (Web Advanced Learning Technologies) and LeActiveMath, which aim at realizing and disseminating interactive mathematical documents. With the visualization group of the department, he developed tools to visualize mathematical knots and their associated Seifert surfaces.

Dr. Hans Cuypers is an associate professor of mathematics specialized in geometry, groups and interactive mathematics on the web. He is involved in international projects, like WebALT and LeActiveMath, which focus on e-learning of mathematics. He is project leader of a large TU/e based project on creating interactive mathematical material covering upper high school and basic university mathematics in order to smoothen the transition from high school to university in the sciences.

Dr. Hans Sterk is assistant professor in the same group, specialized in (algebraic) geometry, including high school geometry, and computer algebra, and active in the TU/e based mathematics teacher training program. He is active in projects with various high schools.

The TU/e based group will concentrate on the use of their interactive mathematical documents tools, on interfaces using OPENMATH to connect geometry software with various computer algebra packages and automated theorem checkers (and, if applicable, theorem provers).