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.
It's 2018 - 2022 members are:
CDC member appointed by the ICMI Executive Committee: Luis Radford (Canada/Guatemala)
IMU President (2019-2022) and Ex-officio CDC Member: Carlos Kenig (USA/Argentina)
Its 2015-2018 members are:
Hyungju Park is the CDC liaison of IMU EC.
C. Herbert Clemens (USA) - retired October 31, 2015 from the position of CDC Secretary for Policy.
Its 2011-2014 members were:
The CDC grants for conferences and the IMU- Simons Travel Fellowship are allocated by the Grants Selection Committee (GSC), a seven-member committee supervised by the Commission for Developing Countries (CDC).
Its 2015-2018 members are recognized mathematicians from India, Thailand, Colombia, Cameroon, Argentina, Senegal and South Korea. Three GSC members are also members of the Commission for Developing Countries (CDC).
The 2011-2014 members were:
From here the members of each committee will find access to the internal CDC pages.