The Austrian Mathematical Society is the national scientific culture of Austria and a part society of the European Mathematical Society. The general public was established in 1903 by Ludwig Boltzmann, Gustav von Escherich and Emil Müller as Mathematical Society in Vienna.
This society comes under the European Mathematical Society. The European Mathematical Society is an educated society speaking to mathematicians all through Europe. It advances the improvement of all parts of arithmetic in Europe, specifically scientific exploration, relations of science to society, relations to European establishments, and numerical instruction. The EMS has its individuals around 60 national numerical social orders in Europe, 40 scientific exploration divisions, and 3000 people working under it.
After the Second World War it continued operation in May 1946 and was formally restored at the 10th of August 1946 by Rudolf Inzinger. In 1948 the name was changed to Austrian Mathematical Society. Consistently it honors its principle prize to a promising youthful mathematician. The society likewise recompenses small prizes for the best paper, certificate and secondary school postulation in arithmetic.