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# Diderot Mathematical Forums

**The cycle of conferences “Diderot Mathematical Forum” was introduced by the European Mathematical Societyin 1996. Each conference takes place simultaneously in three European cities exchanging information by telecommunication, addresses a specific topic, and has both a research and a public component. So far, there have been six Diderot Mathematical Forums: “Mathematics and finance” (London, Moscow, Zürich, 1996), “Mathematics and environment: Problems related to water” (Amsterdam, Madrid, Venice, 1997), “Mathematics as a force of cultural evolution” (Berlin, Florence, Krakow, 1998), “Mathematics and music” (Lisbon, Paris, Vienna, 1999), “Mathematics and telecommunications” (Eindhoven, Helsinki, Lausanne, 2001), “Mathematics of planet Earth” (Berlin, Exeter, Zagreb, 2013).**

### Next Forum:

Seventh Diderot Mathematical Forum: Paris, Madrid, Milan, March 17, 2016: Mathematics and Medicine.

### History:

So far, there have been six Diderot Mathematical Forums:

**First Diderot Mathematical Forum**

London, Moscow, and Zürich, September 24-25, 1996**Second Diderot Mathematical Forum**

Amsterdam, Madrid, and Venice, December 19-20, 1997**Third Diderot Mathematical Forum**

Berlin, Florence, and Krakow, June 5-6, 1998**Fourth Diderot Mathematical Forum**

Lisbon, Paris, and Vienna, December 3-4, 1999**Fifth Diderot Mathematical Forum**

Eindhoven, Helsinki, and Lausanne, November 22-23, 2001**Sixth Diderot Mathematical Forum**

Berlin, Exeter, and Zagreb, December 17, 2013

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