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Exhibits

August 7, 2000 - August 12, 2000
University of California Los Angeles
Royce Hall, West Lobby

Over 1,000 mathematicians, computer scientists, engineers and statisticians will mingle with representatives from publishing companies, computer hardware and software manufacturers, government agencies, associations, and health and lifestyle industries. Be sure to visit the exhibits several times during the meetings!

AMS Information Booth: All Math Challenges participants are invited to visit the AMS Information Booth during the meeting. Complimentary coffee and tea will be served. A special gift will be available for participants, compliments of the AMS. The membership manager of the Society will be at the booth to answer questions about membership.

Books published by the AMS will be sold at discounted prices somewhat below the cost for the same books purchased by mail. These discounts will be available only to registered participants wearing the official Math Challenges badge. Most major credit cards will be accepted for book sale purchases at the meetings. Also, AMS electronic products and e-MATH will be demonstrated.

Look who is exhibiting! To date, the following leading companies, associations, and organizations will be exhibiting:

  • Academic Press-Harcourt
  • American Mathematical Society
  • Birkhauser Boston
  • Cambridge University Press
  • Casio, Inc.
  • COMSOL, Inc.
  • Design Science, Inc.
  • Kadon Enterprises
  • A. K. Peters, Ltd.
  • Prentice Hall
  • Springer Verlag New York, Inc.
  • Thinkwell
  • Wolfram Research
  • Exhibitors interested in exhibiting should contact us at 1-800-321-4267, Ext. 4143 or mmsb@ams.org.


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