Online International Cooperation in Mathematics: Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Countries was a panel hosted by the IMU Commissions for Developing Countries (CDC) at the 2022 virtual International Congress for Mathematicians.
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2022
Time: 2.15PM – 4.15PM (CEST)
The panel session hosted 8 speakers from organizations and institutions across the continents, such as those that work on increasing capacities within developing countries, those focusing on education and gender within mathematics, as well as institutions from the developing regions themselves.
Carlos E. Kenig, IMU President
Panellists and the represented organizations:
The panel was organized by the CDC, coordinated by CDC Secretary for Policy Olga Gil Medrano, and made possible with the technical and organisational support of the IMU Project Assistant Vanessa Chung.
The CDC was pleased to host you at the panel and to learn about the challenges of mathematicians and institutions in developing countries, and the initiatives and programs of various organizations to promote international cooperation despite challenges in global mobility, in particular how communication technology can be harnessed to reach mathematicians all over the world together.
The panel discussion has been uploaded to the IMU Youtube Channel and can be viewed anytime.