Associate Members

The IAMP is grateful for the support given to Mathematical Physics by the organizations, societies, and companies, the list of which is given below. Their offers to our members can be found here at Offers to IAMP members. Those interested in Associate Membership should contact the President (e-mail).

Associate membership list

American Institute of Physics

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) exists to promote the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare, and recognizes the importance of IAMP's efforts to serve the mathematical physics community.

Offers from AIP to IAMP members.


The Australia and New Zealand Association for Mathematical Physics (ANZAMP), part of the Australian Mathematical Society, was founded in 2011 for the promotion and extension of mathematical physics in Australia and New Zealand wherever appropriate. It particularly encourages the interaction between mathematical physicists and workers in fields where mathematical physics is relevant. ANZAMPs aims include the provision of information through its website, the organisation of postgraduate summer/winter schools and an annual meeting.


Offers from Birkhäuser to IAMP members.

Cambridge University Press

Offers from Cambridge University Press to IAMP members.

The Center for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (CMTP)

The center dedicated to Tullio Levi Civita, has been founded on November 17th 2009 by a group of researchers from the three Roman Universities: Sapienza, Tor Vergata and Roma Tre. The aim of the Center is to take advantage of the high quality and wide spectrum of research in Mathematical Physics presently carried on in Roma in order to promote cross fertilization of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the highest level, by fostering creative interactions of leading experts from both subjects. The Center promotes scientific research by organizing workshops, congresses, periods of thematic research, invitations to scientists and by assigning study grants.

Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna

It is a pleasure to inform you that the Erwin Schrödinger Institute in Vienna has become an Associate Member of IAMP. It is the second research institute to do so (the first being the Leipzig Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences). One of the premier institutes devoted to mathematical physics, it has made a name for itself as one of the main forces in our field. We look forward to working together to promote mathematical physics.

Institut Henri Poincaré

The Institut Henri Poincaré Institute is proud to be the first research structure in France to be an associated member of the IAMP (International Association of Mathematical Physics). This sponsorship is in line with the scientific policy that the Institute has been leading since its creation in 1928.

Following the example of Henri Poincaré himself, the Institute has always endeavored the development of all the scientific areas in which mathematics play a key role, most particularly physics. In accordance with the tradition that was established at the creation of the Institute, the IHP director is a mathematician, and its deputy director is a physicist. Every year, hundreds of mathematicians and physicists gather in the premises of the Pierre and Marie Curie Campus, in the heart of Paris, where they can take advantage of inspiring working conditions as well as meet colleagues with whom they can discuss new research themes. Thanks to its fully international purpose and to the interactions between mathematics and physics that take place inside its walls, the Institut Henri Poincaré constitutes a natural as well as an enthusiastic partner of the IAMP.

International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA)

SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies founded in 1978, is a science centre of excellence on the international academic scene, located in Trieste (Italy).

SISSA's research and education activity focuses on three main areas: Mathematics, Neuroscience and Physics.

Mathematical Science Publishers

MSP (Mathematical Sciences Publishers) is the nonprofit publisher of "Probability and Mathematical Physics", as well as "Geometry & Topology", "Analysis & PDE" and other journals. MSP believes that fair-priced scholar-led subscription journals remain the best stewards of quality and fairness, and strives to offer the highest quality at the lowest sustainable prices. MSP is also the developer of EditFlow, the popular peer-review web application.

Max Planck Institute, Leipzig

The research of the institute concerns analysis, geometry, mathematical biology, mathematical physics, and scientific computing. It is dominated by its guest program.

Microsoft Research

Microsoft Research supports basic computer science research with the goal of enpowering people by advancing the state of the art. Microsoft researchers contribute to the computer science community in many ways. They write and present papers, give workshops, and serve as program chairs and reviewers.

The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS)

The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) is a consortium of eight major research Universities in Western Canada and the USA. Our membership in the IAMP is an important part of our general encouragement of collaboration and communication in the mathematical sciences.

Springer Science and Business Media

Offers from Springer to IAMP members.

World Scientific Publishing Co. Ltd.

Offers from World Scientific to IAMP members.

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