Prof. Michael Loss to Serve on Executive Committee of the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP)

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Prof. Michael Loss has been selected as the Secretary of the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) and will serve a three year term, to end in 2024.

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Prof. Michael Loss has been selected as the Secretary of the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) and will serve a three year term, to end in 2024.

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Prof. Michael Loss has been selected as the Secretary of the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) and will serve a three year term, to end in 2024.

About IAMP

The International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) was founded in 1976 in order to promote research in mathematical physics. IAMP brings together research mathematicians and theoretical physicists, including students. The association's ordinary members are individual researchers, although associate membership is available to organizations and companies.

The association sponsors the International Congress on Mathematical Physics (ICMP), which takes place every three years, and it also supports smaller conferences and workshops. There is a quarterly news bulletin.

IAMP currently awards two kinds of research prizes in mathematical physics at its triannual meetings, the Henri Poincaré Prize (created in 1997) and the Early Career Award (created in 2009).

 

More information can be found on the IAMP website.

http://www.iamp.org/page.php?page=page_start

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School of Mathematics

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