Southeast Asian Mathematical Society (SEAMS)
Société de mathématiques d'Asie du Sud-Est
1972. Regional network of E-XE9604 - UNESCO Office, Jakarta - Regional Bureau for Sciences in Asia and the Pacific.
Promote the advancement of mathematical science in Southeast Asia; facilitate information exchange about current research work and teaching methods between mathematicians in Southeast Asia; encourage and foster friendly collaboration with the members of other recognized mathematical and scientific institutions.
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Officers: President, President-Elect (during odd numbered years only), an ex-President (during even numbered years only), 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer. Publications Committee. Council, consisting of Officers as ex-officio members, 2 representatives of the Publications Committee and one representative from each member country. Executive Committee, comprising President, Secretary, Treasurer, President-Elect (during odd numbered years) and ex-President (during even numbered years).
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