The Irish Mathematical Society aims to further Mathematics and
Mathematical research in Ireland. Its membership is international, but
it mainly represents mathematicians in Universities and other third
level institutes in Ireland.
The Society publishes its bulletin twice per year (July and December approximately).
Current Issue #91, Summer 23
The Society has a subcommittee to discuss issues and formulate positions concerning Mathematics Education. The subcommittee maintains a Short Guide to Second level
The society promotes ethical and professional conduct in mathematics.
At its Annual General Meeting in TU Dublin on 2 September 2022, the Society formally endorsed the establishment of a subcommittee to be called 'The Irish Committee for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Mathematics' (ICEDIM)
The Society is a member of the European Mathematical Society.
provides financial assistance to the cost of running conferences
and meetings of a mathematical nature, within its means.
Gaines Cup is awarded annually by the
Society to the best performer in the Irish Mathematical