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 Bruno Loff, Professor at Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa and a researcher at LASIGE, on the 8th of March at 02:30 pm.

EMS Strategic Activities - call for proposals

To promote mathematics across the board, across geographic boundaries, and across discipline boundaries, the EMS calls for proposals for activities that are large-scale, inclusive and cross-institutional. The proposed activities should complement or extend existing infrastructure for mathematical interaction, promotion and advancement. This call has four deadlines per year, which are 1st February, 1st May, 1st September, and 1st December. Proposals can apply for up to EUR 25K of funding, with at most one such proposal being funded per quarter. Applicants should apply 8–14 months before the start of their activities.


The 11th Non-Associative Day - March 23 at the Universidade da Madeira.

Solidarity for mathematicians

This programme is designed for the purpose of giving refuge to researchers in the mathematical sciences who have to leave their country of residence. The aim is not only to offer participants a safe home but also to enable them to continue their work and start new scientific collaborations.

Library Resources

List of Mathematical Journals that apply a Subscribe to Open Access policy or a Diamond Open Access policy; General Digital Repositories; Subject Repositories; Other Links of interest.

CIM Bulletin

Bulletin Archive

Pedro Nunes' Lecture


Richard Davis (Columbia University, USA)

Effigy of Pedro Nunes (1502-1578), a Portuguese mathematician and cosmographer, in the Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries), in Lisbon, Portugal.

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About CIM

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.