300€ Senior researchers
200€ Senior researchers from non-affluent countries and young researchers
150€ Young researchers from non-affluent countries and students

INDRUM Conference 2024

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From June 10, 2024
to June 14, 2024
Registration deadline 30 / 05 / 2024




This conference is an activity of the International Network for Didactic Research in University Mathematics (INDRUM), which aims to contribute to the development of research in didactics of mathematics at all levels of tertiary education, with a particular focus on supporting new researchers in the field and on a dialogue between the communities of Mathematics and Mathematics Education.

The themes to be addressed at INDRUM2024 will build on those addressed at the previous INDRUM conferences: INDRUM2016 in Montpellier (France); INDRUM2018 in Kristiansand (Norway); INDRUM2020 online from Bizerte (Tunisia); and INDRUM2022 in Hannover (Germany). The target audience of this conference are researchers in the didactics of mathematics, mathematicians, as well as teachers and researchers who are interested in these issues.

The conference programme will include a plenary lecture by Marianna Bosch (University of Barcelona, Spain); an expert panel discussion on the theme “Mathematics for non-specialists”; about six thematic working groups; a poster exhibition; and an early career researcher event. Pre-conference proceedings will be distributed to registered participants. The final version of the proceedings will be posted on the open archive HAL (

We anticipate up to 150 participants, plus a number of local attendees. The main language of the conference is English. There is the possibility to submit and present a paper in Spanish provided the presenter considers how to address the conference audience in its linguistic diversity through slides or a handout in English.

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Chair, Co-chair and LOC Chair

Alejandro S. González-Martín | University of Montreal, Canada | IPC Chair

Ghislaine Gueudet | Université Paris Saclay, France | IPC Co-chair

Ignasi Florensa | Escola Universitària Salesiana de Sarrià – Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain | LOC Chair





International Programme Committee

Berta Barquero | University of Barcelona, Spain
Matija Bašić | University of Zagreb, Croatia
Laura Branchetti | University of Milan, Italy
Ignasi Florensa | Escola Universitària Salesiana de Sarrià – Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Erik Hanke | University of Hannover, Germany
Thomas Hausberger | University of Montpellier, France
Mitsuru Kawazoe | Osaka Metropolitan University, Japan
Elena Nardi | University of East Anglia, UK
Frode Rønning | Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Heidi Strømskag | Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
María Trigueros | Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico
Olov Viirman | Uppsala University, Sweden

Local Organising Committee

Ignasi Florensa | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain – Chair
Jordi Cuadros | IQS – Univ. Ramon Llull, Spain
Laura Fernández-Ruano | IQS – Univ. Ramon Llull, Spain
Iria Fraga | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain
María Josep Freixanet | Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain
Nathan Lombard | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain
Kristina Markulin | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain
Víctor Martínez-Junza | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain
Noemí Ruiz-Munzón | Escola Universitària Salesians de Sarrià, Spain
Lídia Serrano | Universidad de Deusto, Spain


Marianna Bosch

Universitat de Barcelona

Marianna Bosch has a PhD in Mathematics from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, ​​with a thesis in mathematics didactics directed by Yves Chevallard (Marseille). She is currently an associate professor at the University of Barcelona. Her research focuses on the development of the anthropological theory of didacticism (TAD), especially in secondary and university education, as well as in teacher training. 

She has been involved since its inception in the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (ERME), being secretary of the founding executive committee of the society in 1998 and subsequently assuming different responsibilities such as organizing its 4th congress (2005), participating in program committees and in the working groups on “Networking Theories” and “University Education”. She is also a founding member of the international INDRUM network on research in mathematics teaching at the university level, co-organizing its first conference in 2016 and co-directing the third in 2020.


Name Institution
Jelena Plestina
Jana Peters Leibniz University Hannover
Liliana Suarez-Tellez Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Thibaut Trouvé Université Grenoble Alpes
Ana Katalenic J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Education
David Bressoud Macalester College
Mitsuru Kawazoe Osaka Metropolitan University
Max Hoffmann Paderborn University
Rolf Biehler Paderborn University
Ryoto Hakamata Kochi University
Masayoshi Yoshikawa Hyogo University of Teacher Education
Inés M. Gomez-Chacon Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Inés Magdalena Gallego-Sánchez Universidad de Sevilla
Veronica Martin Molina Universidad de Sevilla
Željka Milin Šipuš University of Zagreb
Matija Bašic University of Zagreb
Vahid Borji Charles University in Prague
Thomas Hausberger University of Montpellier
Frank Feudel Humboldt University of Berlin
Lukas Günther University of Hanover
Ludwig Laukert University of Hanover
Servin Mercan Braunschweig University of Technology
JOANNA MAMONA-DOWNS University of Patras
Fionnán Howard Dublin City University
Tommy Dreyfus Tel Aviv University
Ottavio Rizzo University of Milan
Toshihiko Ogawa Waseda University
Heidi Strømskag Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Olov Viirman Uppsala University
Irene Biza University of East Anglia
Elena Nardi University of East Anglia
Evi Papadaki University of Bath
Lara Alcock Loughborough University
Mario Stipcic Harvard University
Megan Wawro Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Matthew Voigt Clemson University
Ninni Marie Hogstad University of Agder
Ida Maria Landgärds-Tarvoll University of Agder


To apply, you must complete the registration process; please go to SIGN IN, choose your registration option and indicate in the OTHERS section the accommodation grant option; you will be asked to attach your CV. Please click on the Reservation option before finishing the process if you wish o wait for the accommodation grant decision before paying the registration fee.


Application deadline 05/05/2024
Resolutions will be sent by 15/05/2024


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  1. Less than One Month but More than Two Weeks Prior to Congress Start Date:
    • For cancellations made less than one month but more than two weeks before the start of the congress, we will issue a 50% refund of the registration fee.
  2. Less than Two Weeks Prior to Congress Start Date:
    • If a cancellation occurs less than two weeks before the congress begins, we regret to inform you that we are unable to provide any refund.





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