Luxembourg Mathematical Society

The Luxembourg Mathematical Society (SML, Société mathématique du Luxembourg) was founded in January 1989 on the initiative of Professor Jean-Paul Pier.

Its mission is the promotion of Pure and Applied Mathematics. The scope of action of the SML includes

  • the organization of conferences, workshops, seminars, round table discussions etc.
  • the edition of books, mathematical journals, newsletters etc.
  • the representation of Mathematics and the mathematics profession in Luxembourg inside and outside the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg

The SML is a member of the European Mathematical Society (EMS). It has reciprocity agreements with the American Mathematical Society and the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society.

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