National Meetings

I enjoyed listening to a wide variety of talks, and even being able to enjoy others' posters at the poster session around me. I loved the variety of students that were there as well. I was able to connect with others from across the country with common interests! It was also a great learning environment and it pushed my continued interest in research
— JMM 2018 participant
Passion for math everywhere. Best week of my life.
— JMM 2018 participant

Upcoming Joint Mathematics Meetings

Beginning in 2022, the AMS will solely manage the JMM. This is a chance to reimagine the JMM. How would you rethink or improve the meetings? Please offer your suggestions, ideas, and vision for the JMM in 2022 and beyond.

About the National Meetings

Generally known as the Joint Mathematics Meetings, the national meetings of the AMS are held annually for the purpose of advancing mathematical achievement, encouraging research, and providing the communication necessary to progress in the field. These meetings serve to preserve, supplement, and utilize the results of the research of mathematicians throughout the world.

The national meetings are held jointly with the Mathematical Association of America and always take place during the first or second week of January. The AMS portion of the program for each of these meetings includes up to five Invited Addresses and ordinarily at least twenty (20) Special Sessions. In addition, these meetings include multiple short courses, minicourses, tutorials, exhibits, social events, and networking and employment opportunities.

Contact Information

Penny Pina
Director of Meetings & Conferences
Phone: (401) 455-4145, 1-800-321-4267, Ext. 4145
Fax: (401) 455-4004

American Mathematical Society