Hiraku Nakajima from Japan, and Christoph Sorger from France, have respectively emerged as the new President and Secretary General of the International Mathematical Union (IMU).
The elections held at the 19th IMU General Assembly in Helsinki for the IMU President, the IMU Secretary General, and the IMU Executive Committee for the period 2023–2026 had the following results:
President: Hiraku Nakajima (Japan)
Secretary General: Christoph Sorger (France)
Vice Presidents: Ulrike Tillmann (UK) and Tatiana Toro (US, Colombia)
Members-at-Large: Mouhammed Moustapha Fall (Senegal), Nalini Joshi (Australia), JongHae Keum (Republic of Korea), Paolo Piccione (Brazil), Günter Ziegler (Germany) and Tamar Ziegler (Israel)
CDC and ICHM
Furthermore, elections to the IMU Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) and to the IMU Representatives of the International Commission of the History of Mathematics (ICHM) took place in the 19th IMU GA, with the following results:
CDC President: Andrea Solotar (Argentina)
CDC Secretary for Policy: Ludovic Rifford (France)
CDC Secretary for Grants: Jose Maria P. Balmaceda (Philippines)
CDC African member: Norbert Hounkonnou (Benin)
CDC Asian member: Le Tuan Hoa (Vietnam)
CDC Latin American member: Mariel Saez (Chile)
IMU Representatives at ICHM: Guillermo P. Curbera (Spain) and Isobel Falconer (UK).
This post was culled from IMU website.