About The Euler Society
(For the full organizational paper for the Euler Society, click here.)
The mission of the Euler Society is to encourage scholarly contributions examining the life, research, and influence of Leonhard Euler. The Euler Society also explores current studies in the mathematical sciences that build upon his thought, promotes translations of his writings out of their original languages, and engages in a general study of the science, politics, and culture of the Enlightenment.
The executive board of the Euler Society is composed of the president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Current officers are:
A member is anyone who has submitted a membership form along with the initial membership fee. Subsequent payments of dues are voluntary (and encouraged)! Additional honorary memberships may be granted, as determined by the executive board.
- Chancellor: Ronald S. Calinger, Catholic University of America
- Vice Chancellor: Rüdiger Thiele, University of Leipzig
- President: Robert E. Bradley, Adelphi University
- Vice President: Dominic Klyve, Central Washington University
- Secretary: Erik R. Tou, University of Washington – Tacoma
- Treasurer: Lawrence D'Antonio, Ramapo College of New Jersey
- Ombudsman: John S. D. Glaus, The Euler Society
Conferences are held on an annual basis. For more information, click here.