Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) 2015 – 2018

The Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) is a nine-member commission. Its members are elected or appointed for a four-year term by the IMU General Assembly.

 

Its 2015-2018 members are:

  • Wandera Ogana (Kenya)  - CDC President
  • C. Herbert Clemens (USA) - CDC Secretary for Policy
  • Srinivasan Kesavan (India) - CDC Secretary for Grant Selection
  • Alf  Onshuus (Colombia) - Latin American Member
  • Mama Foupouagnigni (Cameroon)- African Member
  • Polly Sy (Philippines) - Asian Member
  • Budi Nurani Ruchjana (Indonesia) - CDC member appointed by the IMU Executive Committee
  • Angel Pineda (USA/Honduras)-CDC member appointed by the IMU Executive Committee
  • Angel Ruiz (Costa Rica)- CDC member appointed by the ICMI Executive Committee
  • Shigefumi Mori (USA), IMU President (2015-2018) and Ex-officio CDC Member

 

 

Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) 2011 – 2014

Its 2011-2014 members were:

  • José-Antonio de la Peña (Mexico) - CDC President
  • C. Herbert Clemens (USA) - CDC Secretary for Policy
  • Srinivasan Kesavan (India) - CDC Secretary for Grant Selection
  • Carlos Cabrelli (Argentina) - Latin American Member
  • Wandera Ogana (Kenya) - African Member
  • Hoang Xuan Phu (Vietnam) - Asian Member
  • Ragni Piene (Norway) and Polly W. Sy (Philippines) - CDC members appointed by the IMU Executive Committee
  • Angel Ruiz (Costa Rica)- CDC member appointed by the ICMI Executive Committee
  • Ingrid Daubechies (USA), IMU President and Ex-officio CDC Member

 

 

CDC- Grants Selection Committee (CDC- GSC) 2011-2014

The CDC grants were allocated by the Grants Selection Committee (GSC), a seven-member committee supervised by the Commission for Developing Countries (CDC).  Its 2011-2014 members were recognized mathematicians from seven countries in Asia, Africa, North and South America and Europe. Three GSC members were also members of the Commission for Developing Countries.