London Mathematical Society

About:
The London Mathematical Society (LMS) is the UK’s learned society for mathematics. Its purpose is the advancement, dissemination and promotion of mathematical knowledge, both nationally and internationally. It provides mathematics research, conference, network and overseas visitor grants for discipline experts in both academia and industry. It also offers conference grants, workshops and training opportunities aimed at young mathematicians and early career researchers.

Membership Opportunities, Award and Qualifications:

As a Member of the London Mathematical Society you can:

Full voting rights in Society elections – your chance to shape the future of the LMS.

A complimentary monthly Newsletter – available in print and online; to keep up-to-date with the latest mathematical developments, including policy issues, details of forthcoming events, book reviews and more.Opportunities to attend events hosted by the Society.Free online subscriptions to the Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, Journal of the London Mathematical Society and Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. Free online subscription to Nonlinearity  (published jointly with the Institute of Physics).Use of University College London library where the Society’s Library is housed. Be eligible for different grants schemes and prizes awarded each year. These are for achievements and contributions in Mathematics and include the De Morgan Medal, Shephard Prize and Anne Bennett Prize.

Website and Contact Information:

https://www.lms.ac.uk/

Tel: 020 7637 3686

elizabeth.fisher@lms.ac.uk (Membership and Activities officer)