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IMU News 113b: Special issue on the virtual ICM 2022

A Bimonthly Email Newsletter from the International Mathematical Union (pdf)
Editor: Yoshiharu Kohayakawa, Universidade de São Paulo ,Brazil

Registration for the virtual ICM 2022 is now open!

Participation in the virtual ICM 2022 is free of charge and open to all, but does require prior registration.

As you will recall, ICM 2022 will take place as a fully virtual congress from 6 to 14 July 2022.  The program will essentially run 9:00–18:00 CEST every day.  All speakers have been given the option of giving a live or a prerecorded talk.  As of now, about 2/3 of the talks will be given live.  At the opening day, the plenary talks of the Fields Medalists and the IMU Abacus Medalist will be given in front of a live audience in Helsinki, Finland.

We are under severe time constraints, and the fully functional platform for the virtual ICM 2022 is scheduled to be ready only one week before the opening of the congress.  Once you register, you will get a confirmation that you have registered, and the program will soon be available on the platform.  In the meantime, you can continue to visit icm2022.org for an overview of the schedule.  You can register for the virtual ICM 2022 via this link.  Both registration and participation are free of charge, but there is a limit on the number of attendees, and hence early registration is recommended.

I would also like to remind you that the IMU Award Ceremony 2022 will take place live in Helsinki on 5 July 2022, and it will be streamed on the IMU website.  No registration is needed here.

Please distribute this information in your community. 

We look forward to “seeing” you at the virtual ICM 2022!

Helge Holden
IMU Secretary General

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