The CIM Colloquium is a Mathematical Sciences event taking place before the annual council of the CIM Associates. This year the lecture will be delivered by Peter Gothen, Professor at Departamento de Matemática da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto on the 17th of March, at 03:00 pm.
Effigy of Pedro Nunes (1502-1578), a Portuguese mathematician and cosmographer, in the Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries), in Lisbon, Portugal.
CIM (International Center for Mathematics) is a not-for-profit, privately-run association that aims at developing and promoting research in Mathematics. At present CIM has twenty one associates, including three Portuguese Universities, fourteen Research Centres in the Mathematical Sciences, one Institute, and three national scientific societies.
CIM is responsible for two scientific publications, which are constantly open to the community for contributions:
The main activities of CIM include sponsoring events, organizing lectures for the community, and awarding the CIM Medal:
CIM is a member of ERCOM - European Research Centres on Mathematics and of IMSI - International Mathematical Sciences Institutes.