As you may have noticed, the EMS website has recently been updated. The new layout and appearance is designed to make the website work well on mobile and tablets devices, as well as providing much more inherent structure to the website's content.

You will find lots of useful features as you browse and interact with the site, such as application of geographical data, entering LaTeX, etc. So you are encouraged to explore.

The biggest change for users is that you now need to login to a user account if you wish to comment on a particular item, or if you wish to submit a news article, event, job posting or book review. Such submissions are still subject to a manual review by the EMS editors, but it does allow contributors to be cross-referenced.
Registration is straightforward - it requires your name and an email address; the email address is never disclosed to the public, nor will it be passed on to any third party. Once you are logged in, links to create content are in the  'Shortcuts' navigation bar at the top of each page.

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There was a lot of data to migrate across from the old EMS website, and there will inevitably be some errors in this migration. If you notice such omissions, or encounter a technical problem, you can submit a help request via ...

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  • EMS council elects new officers

    At its meeting on June 28, the council of the EMS elected three officers who will take over at the very beginning of 2015.

    • EMS president: Pavel Exner,  Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
    • Secretary: Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
    • Treasurer: Mats Gyllenberg, University of Helsinki, Finland
    • Moreover, Volker Mehrmann, TU Berlin, Germany, was reelected as member-at-large of the EMS executive committee.
  • Abel Prize: Award Ceremony and Abel Lectures

    The Abel prize 2014 will be awarded to Yakov Sinai, Princeton University and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Oslo on May, 20. The Abel prize festivities start with a wreath laying at the Abel monument on May, 19 and end with a symposium including three Abel lectures and a science lecture on May, 21.

  • Laszlo Lovasz elected new president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    The Hungarian Academy of Sciences has elected Wolf-prize-winning mathematics professor Laszlo Lovasz as its new president. Lovasz, 66, is best known for his work in combinatorics, for which he was awarded the Wolf Prize and the Knuth Prize in 1999. He served as president of the executive committee of the International Mathematical Union in the period 2007-2010. After a professorship at Yale University between 1993 and 2006, Lovasz returned to head the Mathematical Institute of Budapest’s Lorand Eotvos University.

From the President

Message from the President (20 Apr 14)

By the end of this year, my term as President of the European Mathematical Society will come to an end. This is therefore my last traditional annual message, and I would like to start it by sending you all my belated best wishes for a very prosperous and peaceful year 2014. A great deal of our activity in the forthcoming months will be focused on the organization of the Council meeting.