Verifiable Background: Before the foundation of the primary college in Iran in 1934, and for around 3 ensuing decades after that, there was no perceived need in Iran for a scientific culture. One of the fundamental reasons was that the vast majority of the Iranian Mathematicians were living in Tehran. Bit by bit, in the 1960's, with the persistent foundation of more colleges, there was a developing requirement for participation and joint effort among college science educators. For this perceived need; in 1970, the first National Mathematics Conference was held in University of Shiraz and the requirement for the foundation of the Iranian Mathematical Society (IMS) was communicated and stressed by all members. At the second National Mathematics Conference, the Founding Body affirmed the proposed constitution of IMS. In that gathering, the individuals from the Executive Council were chosen. At last, in 1971, IMS was formally enrolled. In 1972, the general Assembly assigned three boards of trustees to seek after the accompanying motivation: Publishing the IMS Bulletin; picking fitting Persian counterparts for numerical terms; from that point forward, IMS has been enhancing and growing its exercises. The IMS empowers all individuals from science group everywhere to end up its individuals. At present, IMS has around 700 full, around 2000 partner and some remarkable Iranian mathematicians living on board are as privileged individuals. What's more, IMS has around 45 institutional individuals. Amid the most recent 42 years, IMS has been in charge of sorting out various scholarly and get-togethers with respect to science. The accompanying is a short outline of these exercises. The primary distribution of IMS is "The Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society" which was initially distributed in 1973. The Bulletin contained different unique, clear, and instructive articles in both Persian and English and had an area for news.
Since 1979, in which the distribution of the IMS quarterly Newsletter began, the Bulletin dedicated a large portion of its push to distribute expanded examination reports and papers with high caliber. The Bulletin is globally perceived and checked on spread to cover.
The following is the list of scholars from Iranian Mathematical Society who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences