
International Mathematical Sciences Institutes (IMSI)
IMSI
is an international consortium of research institutes in the mathematical
sciences that run thematic research programs and have large visitor
programs. IMSI meetings are normally held in conjunction with major
international meetings and provide a forum for developing cooperation
among the member institutions. IMSI meetings have been held at the
International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) in Zurich (1994),
ICIAM meeting in Hamburg (1995) and ICM in Berlin (1998). Recent
IMSI gatherings took place at the ICM in Madrid in 2006 and the
ICM in Hyderabad, India in 2010
(minutes here).There will be
an IMSI meeting at the 2014 ICM in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
IMSI Mission Statement
 To help to disseminate
to the international mathematical sciences communities the opportunities
available at mathematical sciences institutes throughout the world.
 To foster communication
among the mathematical sciences institutes in order to share the
best practices, encourage coordination and cooperation, and pool
resources when appropriate.
 To cooperate on projects
for which the mathematical sciences institutes are in an exceptional
position to contribute, such as enhancing visibility of the mathematical
research enterprise, increasing the opportunities for mathematicians
from developing countries, etc.
IMSI Membership
If you wish to have your
mathematical institute listed on the IMSI webpage, please complete
the following questionnaire.

African
Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), (Cape Town,
South Africa)

Alfréd
Rényi Institute of Mathematics (Budapest, Hungary)

American
Institute of Mathematics (Palo Alto, California, USA)

Australian
Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) (Victoria, Australia)

Banff
International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and
Discovery (Banff, BC, Canada)

Basque
Center for Applied Mathematics (Bilbao, Spain)

Centre
de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) (Bellaterra, Spain)

Centre
de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM) (Montréal, Québec, Canada)
 Center
for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer DIMACS (AT &
T Labs) (Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA)
 Center
of Mathematical Sciences (CMS) (Hangzhou,
China)

Centre
for Mathematics and its Applications (Canberra, Australia)
 Center
for Scientific Computation And Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM)
(College Park, MD, USA)
 Centre
Interfacultaire Bernoulli (CIB) (Lausanne, Switzerland)
 Centre
International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) (Marseille,
France)
 Centre
of Mathematics for Applications (CMA) (Oslo, Norway)

Euler
Institute (Affiliation of Steklov Institute in St. Petersburg)
(St. Petersburg, Russia)

EURANDOM
(Eindhoven, The Netherlands)

The Fields
Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences (Toronto,
Ontario, Canada)

Forschungsinstitut
für Mathematik (FIM) (Zurich, Switzerland)
 Institut
de Mathématiques de Luminy (IML) (Marseille, France)

Institut
des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHÉS) (BuressurYvette,
France)

Institut
Henri Poincaré (Paris, France)

Institut
MittagLeffler (Djursholm, Sweden)

Institute
for Advanced Study (Princeton, New Jersey, USA)
 Institute
for Mathematical Sciences (IMS) (Singapore)

Isaac
Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (Cambridge, England)
 Istituto
Nazionale di Alta Matematica (INdAM) (Rome, Italy)

Johann
Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM)
(Linz, Austria)

MaPhySto
 Centre for Mathematical Physics and Stochastics (Aarhus,
Denmark)

Mathematical
Biosciences Institute (MBI) (Columbus, Ohio, USA)

Mathematical
Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) (Berkeley, California,
USA)

Mathematisches
Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (OberwolfachWalke, Germany)

MaxPlanckInstitute
for Mathematics in the Sciences (Leipzig, Germany)

MaxPlanckInstitut
für Mathematik (Bonn, Germany)

Nankai
Institute of Mathematics (Tianjin, China)
 National
Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NIMS) (Korea)
 New
Zealand Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (NZIMA)
(Auckland, New Zealand)

