Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) 2011 – 2014

 

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 2011-2014 members are:

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

 


Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) 2015 – 2018

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