Computer Theorem Proving is becoming a paradigm as well as a technological
base for a new generation of educational software in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics. The workshop brings together experts in
automated deduction with experts in education in order to further clarify
the shape of the new software generation and to discuss existing systems.
Topics of interest include:
* methods of automated deduction applied to checking students' input;
* methods of automated deduction applied to prove post-conditions for
particular problem solutions;
* combinations of deduction and computation enabling systems to propose
* automated provers specific for dynamic geometry systems;
* proof and proving in mathematics education.
Extended Abstracts: 18 June 2017
Author Notification: 2 July 2017
Final Version: 16 July 2017
Workshop Day: 6 August 2017
Interested researchers are invited to submit extended abstracts and system
descriptions. Both kinds of submissions should be approximately 5 pages in
length and present original unpublished work not submitted elsewhere.
The extended abstracts and system descriptions will be made available
online. At least one author is expected to presents his/her submission at
Joint publication in companion with other CADE26 events is under
consideration (as a volume in the EPiC Series in Computing).
Francisco Botana, University of Vigo at Pontevedra, Spain
Achim D. Brucker, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Filip Maric, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Walther Neuper, Graz University of Technology, Austria (co-chair)
Pavel Pech , University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Pedro Quaresma, University of Coimbra, Portugal (co-chair)
Vanda Santos, CISUC, Portugal
Wolfgang Schreiner, Johannes Kepler University, Austria
Burkhart Wolff, University Paris-Sud, France