The Euler Society is an American group that is dedicated to the examination of the life and work of Leonhard Euler. Its first meeting was August 2002, organized after several enthusiasts met at the 2001 Joint Mathematics Meeting.
The committee holds annual conferences. Opusculum is the newsletter for the Euler Society; it is accessible for free on their website.
They also inspired and assisted with the creation of an online database, the Euler Archive, of all of Euler's works.
- ^ http://www.eulersociety.org/
- ^ Sandifer, Charles Edward; Bradley, Robert E. (2007). Leonhard Euler: life, work and legacy. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. Foreword. ISBN 0-444-52728-1.
- ^ a b Sandifer, Charles Edward; Bradley, Robert E.; D'Antonio, Lawrence A. (2007). Euler at 300: an appreciation. Washington, D.C: Mathematical Association of America. ISBN 0-88385-565-8.