Mathematics Without Borders: A History of the International Mathematical Union
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Exchange Discount Summary Exchange Discount -Rs. To preserve its history, the International Mathematical Union maintains an archive containing important correspondence and documents. The archive keeps, in particular, the correspondence of all IMU Prize selection committees. Olli Lehto has also written the book "Mathematics without borders, a history of the International Mathematical Union" a 97 MB pdf file , published by Springer in , that is warmly recommended to those interested in the history of IMU. The book is electronically available for free by kind permission of Springer Verlag.
Albers, G. Alexanderson, C. Reid informes about the International Congresses of Mathematicians. Lehto Olli.
At its meeting in April at the University of Cambridge, the Executive Committee of the International Mathematical Union IMU decided that the largely unorganized archives of the Union should be properly arranged and catalogued. Simultaneously, the Executive Committee expressed the wish that a history of the Union should be written [1. As Secretary of the Union, I had proposed that these issues be dis- cussed at the Cambridge meeting, but without having had in mind any personal role in the practical execution of such projects. At that time, the papers of the IMU were stored in Zurich, at the Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule, and I saw no reason why they could not remain there.
At about this time, Professor K.