AMS meetings provide welcoming, intellectually stimulating, well-organized, and affordable experiences. Attend to enrich your mathematics, build your career, and connect with colleagues.
Note from AMS Secretariat: The AMS is working to provide both in-person and virtual meeting opportunities for our mathematics community. Meeting decisions are made based on location, host institution preferences, community input, as well as CDC, federal, and local guidelines.
Generally known as the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), the annual national meetings of the AMS are held for the purpose of advancing mathematical achievement, encouraging research, and providing the communication necessary to progress in the field. View previous national meetings . . .
The AMS holds eight sectional meetings annually. Generally, there is one meeting in the spring and one in the fall in each section of the U.S.