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Latvian Mathematical Society

The Latvian Mathematical Society was established on 15 January 1993 with 66 establishing individuals. Despite the fact that this may appear to be shockingly late for such a Society to be established, in reality an arithmetic and material science Society had attempted to exist in Latvia prior yet just figured out how to work for a brief period because of the political circumstance. This previous society was the Latvian Society of Physicists and Mathematicians which had been established in March 1939. The trouble which that Society experienced is portrayed in a different article.

See the Latvian Society of Physicists and Mathematicians.

The individuals who attempted to see the Latvian Mathematical Society established included Uldis Eaitums, Alexander Sostak, Andreja Reinfelds, and Janis Cirulis. The Society is controlled by a Board of seven individuals including the Chair of the Society. Uldis Eaitums was chosen as the main Chair in 1993 and held this position until 1997, Alexander Sostak was chosen as the second Chair in 1997 and held this position until 2000, Andreja Reinfelds was chosen as the third Chair of the Society.

The points of the Society :-


  • Consolidating the scientific group of Latvia, to make Latvian mathematicians feel as a body and not as detached people. Specifically, the Society plans to invigorate trade of thoughts between mathematicians speaking to various regions and fields of science.
  • Stimulating the advancement of Latvian scientific wording.
  • Representing Latvian mathematicians and arithmetic created in Latvia in global circles
  • Supplying libraries with current numerical productions.
  • The Society is to a great degree dynamic in arranging workshops and gatherings. Consistently year a non-expert meeting is run covering every scientific enthusiasm of Latvian mathematicians.
  • In January 1996 Latvia turned into an individual from the International Mathematical Union and in July 1996 the Latvian Mathematical Society turned into an individual from the European Mathematical Society.
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