Swiss Mathematical Society

The Swiss Mathematical Society (German: Schweizerische Mathematische Gesellschaft; French: Société Mathématique Suisse), founded in Basel on September 4, 1910, is the national mathematical society of Switzerland and a member society of the European Mathematical Society. Although now published by the European Mathematical Society, Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici began in 1929 with the Swiss Mathematical Society.

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