Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA)

  • Description
  • The Insti­tute of Math­e­mat­ics and its Appli­ca­tions (IMA) exists to sup­port the advance­ment of math­e­mat­i­cal knowl­edge and its appli­ca­tions and to pro­mote and enhance math­e­mat­i­cal cul­ture in the United King­dom and else­where, for the pub­lic good.

    It is the pro­fes­sional and learned soci­ety for qual­i­fied and prac­tis­ing math­e­mati­cians, with a mem­ber­ship of around 5,000 com­pris­ing of math­e­mati­cians from all sec­tors, as well as those with an inter­est in mathematics.

    • Gov­er­nance
      Mem­bers of the Institute’s Boards and Committees.
    • Sup­port and grants
      Sources of fund­ing from the Insti­tute of Mathematics.
    • Awards and medals
      These awards exist to recog­nise and reward out­stand­ing achieve­ments by mathematicians.
    • Royal Char­ter
      In 1990 the Insti­tute was incor­po­rated by Royal Char­ter and was sub­se­quently granted the right to award Char­tered Math­e­mati­cian status.
    • Insti­tute his­tory
      An account of the begin­nings of the Insti­tute as pub­lished in the first ‘Bulletin’.
    • Sup­port­ing the IMA
      How to sup­port the activ­i­ties of the Insi­tute by mak­ing a dona­tion to the IMA.


    Phone +44.1702.354-020
    Address Nelson St 16

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