# __Membership__

Membership in the European Mathematical Society

This page contains the following sections:

There are two ways to join the EMS or renew your membership. Either you can use the present web site (all categories of individual membership), or you can do it via one of our EMS member societies as described below.

The current membership fees are

- 23 euro for persons belonging to a corporate EMS member society:
- AMASES
- Austrian Mathematical Society
- Belarusian Mathematical Society
- Belgian Mathematical Society
- Belgian Statistical Society
- Bosnian Mathematical Society
- Bulgarian Mathematical Society
- Catalan Mathematical Society
- Croatian Mathematical Society
- Cyprus Mathematical Society
- Czech Mathematical Society
- Danish Mathematical Society
- ECMI
- Edinburgh Mathematical Society
- Estonian Mathematical Society
- European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology
- Finnish Mathematical Society
- French Mathematical Society
- GAMM
- Georgian Mathematical Union
- German Mathematical Society
- Greek Mathematical Society
- Hungarian Mathematical Society
- Icelandic Mathematical Society
- Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
- Irish Mathematical Society
- Israel Mathematical Union
- Italian Mathematical Union
- Kharkov Mathematical Society
- Latvian Mathematical Society
- Lithuanian Mathematical Society
- London Mathematical Society
- Luxembourg Mathematical Society
- Macedonian Soc. of Assoc. Math./Comp. Sci.
- Malta Mathematical Society
- Moscow Mathematical Society
- Norwegian Mathematical Society
- Norwegian Statistical Association
- Polish Mathematical Society
- Portuguese Mathematical Society
- Romanian Mathematical Society
- Romanian Society of Mathematicians
- Royal Dutch Mathematical Society
- SIMAI
- Slovak Mathematical Society
- Slovenian Soc. of Math., Phys., Astron.
- Soc. Math. Appl. & Industr.
- Sociedad de Estadistica e Invest. Oper. (S.E.I.O)
- Spanish Applied Math. Society
- Spanish Royal Mathematical Society
- St. Petersburg Mathematical Society
- Swedish Mathematical Society
- Swedish Statistical Society
- Swiss Mathematical Society
- Turkish Mathematical Society
- Ukrainian Mathematical Society
- Ural Mathematical Society
- Voronezh Mathematical Society

- 34 euro for persons belonging to a society with which EMS has a reciprocity agreement:
- American Mathematical Society
- Australian Mathematical Society
- Canadian Mathematical Society

- 46 euro for persons not belonging to any EMS corporate member.
- 11 euro for an introductory fee.

Alternative ways (not online) to become a member of the EMS:

- Join the EMS through an EMS member society
- Join the EMS as reviewer of Zentralblatt für Mathematik
- Join the EMS as an individual member
- Join the EMS as a PhD student: free membership during the first year
- Join the EMS as a corporate body

## Benefits of membership of the European Mathematical Society

The principal reasons for joining the European Mathematical Society may be altruistic:

- to encourage European mathematicians to cooperate;
- to support European mathematicians working under difficult circumstances;
- to support efforts to get backing for mathematics from the European Union.

But there are benefits to individual and institutional members as well:

- Free access to Zentralblatt MATH (To obtain login and password please contact Olaf Teschke teschke@zblmath.fiz-karlsruhe.de.)
- EMS Newsletter, published 4 times a year for no extra charge;
- reduced registration fees for the European Congresses;
- reduced registration fee for some EMS co-sponsored meetings;
- discount on subscriptions to the Journal of the European Mathematical Society*;
- discount on books published by the European Mathematical Society*;
- discount on books and journals published by the International Press;
- discount on books published by Taylor & Francis
- reciprocity memberships available at the American, Australian, and Canadian Mathematical Societies.

*If ordered directly from the EMS Publishing House

You can join the European Mathematical society in one of the following ways:

## How to join the EMS through an EMS member society

Membership in the EMS can be organised via the 52 European mathematical societies, which are corporate members of EMS. Normally joining EMS as an individual member through an EMS member society is simple: one just pays the extra amount (23 euro) for EMS membership when paying the regular membership fee.

Please address an informal application to your national society.

## How to join the EMS as reviewer of Zentralblatt für Mathematik

In the case of countries where the national mathematical society is not a member of the EMS or where there are economic reasons which make the payment of the membership fee through the national society difficult, Zentralblatt may arrange this payment from the reviewer's account as far as money is available there. The rates for the fee under these special conditions for reviewers of Zentralblatt are:

- 23 euro for persons belonging to a corporate EMS member society.
- 34 euro for persons belonging to a reciprocity EMS corporate member.
- 46 euro for persons not belonging to any EMS corporate member.
- 11 euro for an introductory fee.

Please address an informal application to the Editor of Zentralblatt:

Zentralblatt für Mathematik

Franklinstr. 11

D-10587 Berlin

GERMANY

E-Mail: editor@zblmath.fiz-karlsruhe.de

Phone: (+49) 30 392 70 26

Fax: (+49) 30 392 70 09

## How to join the EMS as an individual member

If you are unable to use the online facility, please print out and fill in the application form and mail it to:

Ms. Terhi Hautala,

EMS Secretariat

University of Helsinki

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

P.O. Box 68 (Gustaf Hällströmink. 2b)

00014 University of Helsinki

FINLAND

E-Mail: ems-office@helsinki.fi

Phone: (+358) 9 1915 1503

Fax: (+358) 9 1915 1400

## How to joint the EMS as a PhD student

One year’s free membership is offered to a PhD student when a short recommendation letter by the supervisor or by the head of department has been received at the EMS secretariat. Free membership gives rise to all membership benefits but it does not include a printed copy of the Newsletter.

Please fill out the application form and send it, together with a recommendation letter to

Ms. Terhi Hautala

EMS Secretariat

University of Helsinki

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

P.O. Box 68 (Gustaf Hällströmink. 2b)

00014 University of Helsinki

FINLAND

E-Mail: ems-office@helsinki.fi

Phone: (+358) 9 1915 1503

Fax: (+358) 9 1915 1400

## How to join the EMS as a corporate body

Corporate bodies with legal status may join the Society in one of the following categories:

(a) Full members,

(b) Associate members,

(c) Institutional members.

Full membership is restricted to societies, or similar bodies, primarily devoted to promoting research in pure or applied mathematics within Europe. Associate membership is open to all societies in Europe having a significant interest in any aspect of mathematics. Institutional membership is open to commercial organizations, industrial laboratories or academic institutes.

Full members are elected by the Council and other corporate members by the Executive Committee. Corporate bodies wishing to become members of the EMS should provide appropriate evidence of their nature and activities. Full members will, as decided by the Council, be divided according to size and resources into four classes having 1, 2, 3, or 4 delegates.