Luxembourg Mathematical Society

The Luxembourg Mathematical Society

The Luxembourg Mathematical Society began its existence in 1970 under the name Séminaire de Mathématique de Luxembourg. It organised symposia on general mathematical topics including Mathematics and Reality (1974), Mathematical Language and Mathematical Thought (1976), and Poincaré's Philosophy of Science (1986).

In 1988 the members of the Séminaire de Mathématique de Luxembourg created the Société Mathématique du Luxembourg, or in English "The Luxembourg Mathematical Society". The Society has continued to organise symposia, for example The Development of Mathematics 1900-1950 (1992), and Developments in Mathematics at the Eve of 2000 (1998).


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