International Mathematical Union (IMU)
Union mathématique internationale (UMI)
1950-08-27 New York NY USA
27-29 Aug 1950, New York NY (USA), superseding H-XH1699 - International Congresses of Mathematicians, set up 9 Aug 1897, Zurich (Switzerland). 10 Sep 1951, the modern IMU came into being de jure.
Promote international cooperation in mathematics; support and assist the International Congress of Mathematicians and other scientific meetings or conferences; encourage and support other international mathematical activities considered likely to contribute to the development of mathematical science in any of its aspects - pure, applied or educational; encourage and support mathematical activities in the developing countries.
Events2022-07-06 | St Petersburg, Russia – Quadrennial Congress
2022-07-03 | St Petersburg, Russia – General Assembly
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General Assembly (every 4 years, at Congress). Executive Committee, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Past-President, Secretary and 6 members-at-large. Committee for Mathematics comprises representatives of national committees or individuals representing member countries.
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