Celebrating the SMS Centennial 1910-2010

The Swiss Mathematical Society was founded September 4, 1910 in Basel. Please visit our history page for more information. We are celebrating the first 100 years of our society in events and by special services for our members. Read more...

News, and Preview of significant forthcoming events
University of Geneva
SMS Centennial Prize 2010
For an excellent Maturaarbeit.
Information in German
Information in French
Geneva Conference in honor of Thierry Vust:
On algebraic group actions

February 17-19, 2010
Les Diablerets Séminaire Kervaire:
Geometry, Topology and Computation in Groups

Les Diablerets
March 7-12, 2010
De Rham 2010 Journée Georges de Rham
Luigi Ambrosio
Alexander Bobenko
March 10, 2010, 15.15
EPF Lausanne, room ELA1
Jacques Thevenaz Conference in honor of Jacques Thevenaz:
Group representation theory and related topics

EPF Lausanne
June 22 to 25, 2010
Exhibition: Plants, spirals and numbers
August 29 - October 1
Botanical garden, Fribourg
Imaginary Exposition IMAGINARY

September 21 - October 7, ETH Zürich
SMS Centennial 2010

Centennial Conference
With two Fields Medalists and more!

Bern, October 1-2, 2010
Einstein Lectures 2010

Peter Lax

Bern, October 18-20, 2010
Ernst Specker Colloquium in honor of Ernst Specker:
Topology, Set Theory, Mathematical Logic, Logical foundations of Mathematics and Physics, Combinatorics

ETH Zürich
October 29-30, 2010
Edi Zehnder From Dynamical Systems to Symplectic Topology: Conference in honour of Edi Zehnder on the occasion of his 70th birthday
ETH Zürich
November 8-12, 2010
Ludwig Schlaefli Ludwig Schläfli Lecture

Bart M. ter Haar Romeney (Eindhoven)

University of Bern
Monday, December 6, 2010
Mathematics and Art:
Math calendar 2011

by Eugen Jost.
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ECCOMAS Award Open Call

Best PhD Thesis in applied mathematics
November, 2010 - Press release of IMU: Best Current Practices for Journals Official Press Release.
Report: Best Practice document on Journals
European Science Foundation (ESF): Call for proposals in Computational Mathematics as a Driving Force for Innovation in Europe (EuroCompMath) Draft Call for Outline Proposals

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Each Swiss university is active in one or more Graduate Programs in Mathematics: