Sites of professional mathematics organizations, including national and international organizations.
African equivalent of the International Mathematical Union. Interim site with details of the Union's activities.
Founded to promote mathematical research and education through conferences, contests surveys, publications, employment services, scholarship programs, locating research funding, resources, and outreach. Includes program news and membership information.
Promotes interaction among Christians in the mathematical sciences and encourages them to explore the relationship of their faith to their discipline. History, meetings, membership, online newsletter and resources.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting women and girls in the mathematical sciences including pure and applied mathematics and statistics. Site has newsletters, events and resources including job adverts.
An association to encourage and further research in all mathematical sciences, statistics and computer science, in the Atlantic region. Lists board of directors, programs past, present and future and e-mail contacts list.
Founded to promote and extend of mathematical knowledge and its applications in Australia. The site contains information about the society, its publications and conferences.
The national mathematics society of Austria. Membership information and publications.
National mathematics society. Includes staff, conference details and archived newsletters.
National mathematical society. General information, activities, membership and Camel accounts.
New Zealand organisation to encourage and support the teaching and learning of Mathematics. Events and Cantmath competition news.
An IMU commission to promote mathematics in developing and economically disadvantaged countries and to foster international cooperation.
CAARMS addresses critical issues involving African-American researchers and graduate students in the mathematical sciences.
A body representing the main UK mathematical societies.
A section of the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists. Organisation, contacts, documents, jobs meetings, resources. English/Czech site.
Founded in 1883 for "the mutual improvement of its members in the Mathematical Sciences, pure and applied", it is the principal mathematical society for the university community in Scotland. Membership is drawn from all the Scottish universities and other educational institutions as well as from mathematicians in industry and commerce both at home and overseas.
National mathematical society. Contact information and list of members.
Aims to further the development of all aspects of mathematics in the countries of Europe and establish a sense of identity amongst European mathematicians. Includes electronic library, databases and details of activities.
Fosters collaborative work within the European research community and with European industry. Activities, publications, information and links.
An institution of cultural creation and diffusion. Activities, publications, galleries, resources.
A society for professionals, appliers and students of mathematics. Includes background information, links, contacts and details of seminars.
Membership directory, meetings and the Hong Kong mathematicians directory.
The IACR is dedicated to promoting research in Cryptology. They sponsor the Crypto, Eurocrypt, and Asiacrypt conferences, run workshops, and publish the Journal of Cryptology.
International organization concerned with the theory, methods and practice of statistical computing. Includes online newsletter and software archives.
Based in Israel, promotes international co-ordination to assist the development of theoretical matrix analysis and linear algebra. Includes details of the Hans Schneider Prize and Taussky-Todd Lecture.
Promotes international co-operation in Mathematics. Information about the Union and its executive committee, news bulletins and details of member countries.
Promotes the development and application of Bayesian statistical theory and methods useful in the solution of theoretical and applied problems in science, industry and government.
Detail and analysis on the development of CAD and other influences in contemporary design. A division of the International Society for Group Theory in Cognitive Science. Contact information.
ISAMA furthers interdisciplinary education relating the arts, mathematics, and architecture. Links to resources in the three areas.
Links to events and resources for statisticians, educators or anyone else interested in data analysis techniques.
Aims to further mathematics and mathematical research in Ireland. Its membership is international, but it mainly represents mathematicians in universities and other third level institutes in Ireland. Bulletins, meetings, membership information, group rules and structure, employment opportunities, members-only area, and links to useful resources.
Professional association, with lists of members and upcoming lectures and colloquia.
(Hungarian Mathematical Society)
A scientific research organization whose main activity is to publish scientific journals in English, French or German.
A forum for discussion between mathematical societies and for making representations to government and other bodies and responses to their enquiries.
Established in 1865 for the promotion and extension of mathematical knowledge. To this end the Society undertakes various publications and holds regular meetings, conferences and symposia. In spite of its name, the Society is not simply a London society. It is the major British learned society for Mathematics, with a nationwide membership. It also has several hundred overseas members.
The world's largest organization devoted to the interests of collegiate mathematics.
Australian non-profit association founded in 1906. Has members from various levels of mathematics teaching.
A list maintained by the International Mathematics Union.
The purpose of MFOA is to ensure that the mathematically talented high school student receives mathematics education appropriate for a future mathematician by providing suitable summer programs and mentors.
Member list with contact information and links, if available.
The Legacy of A. N. Kolmogorov. April 25, 1903 - October 20, 1987. Addresses by Kolmogorov at meetings of the Moscow Mathematical Society.
US. Aims to promote excellence in the mathematical sciences and the mathematical development of underrepresented American minorities.
Created by compilers at the University of Waterloo Library.
Aims to foster and improve mathematical education at all levels, and to encourage the advancement and application of mathematics throughout Scotland.
Events, programs, publications, news and announcements, and membership details.
Promotes quality learning, teaching, research, social applications, and promotion of math among the general public. Include mission statement, list of members, publications, and events.
Activities, committee, constitution and publications.
Details about meetings, seminars, conferences, membership, employment, and the group's history.
History of the group, affiliations, and publications.
British mathematics teachers' association.
A scientific and not-for-profit organisation, promoting mathematical knowledge, based in Romania.
Organizes national mathematics competitions in the UK for 12-18 year old students. Entry forms and past papers.
One of the oldest European societies in mathematics and physics.
A cooperative of mathematical web sites with similar goals and principles. Also, includes a discussion board, chat help, and formula tables.
A loose organization of mathematicians in the junior part of their careers. Newsletter and useful links.
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