By Guillermo Curbera
This vividly illustrated heritage of the overseas Congress of Mathematicians a gathering of mathematicians from around the globe held approximately each 4 years acts as a visible background of the 25 congresses held among 1897 and 2006, in addition to a narrative of alterations within the tradition of arithmetic over the last century. as the congress is a world assembly, taking a look at its heritage permits us a glimpse into the influence of wars and strained family members among international locations at the clinical neighborhood.
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However, the schedule of the sections seems to have been relaxed. Indeed, Section I, for example, met on Tuesday, August 7, from nine to eleven, where four communications were presented; on Thursday it met again from nine to ten thirty and only two of the five scheduled communications were presented (this was due to the absence of three of the lecturers); and the meeting for Friday was canceled. The attractions of the Exposition were too appealing! PARIS 1900 ✐ Among odd events, let us recall the discussion that took place in Sections V and VI, combined because of the absence of the president of Section V, Prince Roland Bonaparte.
Naud from Paris. Without precise information of exchange rates and comparative inflation, the registration fee for the Paris congress seems not too dissimilar to that of Zurich: 30 francs for the participant and five for every family member. 26 ✐ Other than figures, a comparison with the Zurich congress is not satisfactory. There was a great deal of criticism of the arrangements of the congress: after the arrival in Paris, obtaining information was very difficult for participants (the opening was scheduled for twothirty in the afternoon and then changed to nine-thirty in the morning the same day, causing many congress members to be late); the lack of a common assembly room for the congress was also a serious defect.
AckermannTeubner (who, as we will see again when dealing with the finances, was deeply involved in the congress), W. Crayen, and R. Quelle; from Heidelberg, G. K¨oster; and from Paris, A. Gauthier-Villars. The first book was History of the German Mathematical Society, written by A. Gutzmer from Jena and published by Teubner. Heidelberg was an appropriate place for this presentation, because it was the city where the project of a German mathematical society, stimulated by Cantor, had first been presented to the public.
Mathematicians of the World, Unite!: The International Congress of Mathematicians--A Human Endeavor by Guillermo Curbera