JMM Partner Spotlights
2023 marks the second year of the reimagined Joint Mathematics Meetings, with more than thirteen mathematics organizations partnering to create a program that offers something for everyone. Explore the diverse organizations coming together for the largest annual mathematics gathering in the world, and learn more about their programming for JMM 2023.
American Institute of Mathematics
AIM’s mission is to advance mathematical knowledge through collaboration, to broaden participation in the mathematical endeavor, and to increase the awareness of the contributions of the mathematical sciences to society. An NSF-supported research institute established in 1994, AIM holds focused workshops and programs for small research groups.
American Mathematical Society
Founded in 1888, the American Mathematical Society (AMS) is dedicated to advancing research and connecting the diverse global mathematical community. The AMS counts some 30,000 individual members worldwide in all professions in the mathematical sciences and all stages of their careers, plus 570 institutional members.
American Statistical Association
Founded in 1839, the American Statistical Association (ASA) is the world’s largest community of statisticians, with more than 19,000 members in academia, industry, and government worldwide. Its vision is a world that relies on data and statistical thinking to drive discovery and inform decisions.
Association for Symbolic Logic
An international organization founded in 1936, the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) provides a forum for the presentation, publication, and critical discussion of scholarly work across the entire field of logical inquiry. Its members include logicians based in departments of mathematics, philosophy, and computer science.
Association for Women in Mathematics
Currently celebrating its 50-year anniversary, the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) has played a critical role in increasing the presence and visibility of women in the mathematical sciences. The organization now counts more than 3,500 members from the U.S. and around the world.
Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications
With a focus on mathematical modeling, the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) strives to improve mathematics education at all levels. COMAP offers curriculum materials and professional development for teachers, conducts research on mathematics education, and runs contests in mathematical modeling.
International Linear Algebra Society
The International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS) is an international organization that strives to highlight the beauty of research in linear algebra and its wide range of applications. Among its activities, ILAS publishes the Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra, awards internationally recognized prizes to linear algebra researchers, and organizes conferences across the world.
Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
Named for esteemed mathematician Julia Robinson, who made crucial contributions to solving Hilbert’s tenth problem, the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival (JRMF) seeks to inspire joy in mathematics through collaboration, exploration, and discovery. Since 2007, it has supported local hosts in organizing events in 26 states and 17 countries.
MSRI / Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute (SLMath)
The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), now becoming the Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute (SLMath) in 2022-23, is a landmark of US and world collaborative mathematical research. Over 1,700 mathematical scientists spend time at the institute's Berkeley, California headquarters each year. It is a place where breakthroughs are made, research areas are created, and brilliant careers are launched. MSRI/SLMath education and outreach programs and film production for public television reach millions worldwide. MSRI/SLMath has been supported since its origins by the National Science Foundation, now joined by other government agencies, private foundations, corporations, individual donors, and over 100 academic institutions.
National Association of Mathematicians
Since its inception in 1969, the National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) has promoted excellence in the mathematical sciences. While membership is open to everyone, NAM seeks to advance the mathematical development of all underrepresented American minorities in general and African Americans in particular.
Pi Mu Epsilon
The U.S. national mathematics honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) has chapters at more than 400 colleges and universities. It promotes mathematical scholarship among undergraduates by awarding grants to support enrichment activities, publishing the work of its members, and funding students’ conference travel.
Pro Mathematica Arte
Pro Mathematica Arte runs the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics (BSM) and the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education (BSME) programs. Through BSM, American and Canadian undergraduates study mathematics in Budapest under eminent Hungarian scholar-teachers. BSME is for undergraduates, recent graduates, and teachers interested in the learning and teaching of secondary mathematics.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) advances the application of mathematics and computational science to engineering, industry, science, and society. With more than 14,000 individual members and 500 institutional members, SIAM’s community includes activity groups, student chapters, and geographic sections.
Spectra, the Association for LGBTQ+ Mathematicians
Spectra, the Association for LGBTQ+ Mathematicians, seeks to provide community and to advocate for gender and sexual minority mathematicians. For example, it has recently been pushing for more trans-inclusive naming practices in mathematics and beyond. Spectra held its first official conference in August.
Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics
Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics (TPSE Math) pursues mathematically rich and relevant education for all students, regardless of their field of study. It aims to enable all students to develop the mathematical knowledge and skills necessary for productive engagement in society and in the workplace.