Euler Society

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The Euler Society is an American group that is dedicated to the examination of the life and work of Leonhard Euler.[1] Its first meeting was August 2002, organized after several enthusiasts met at the 2001 Joint Mathematics Meeting.[2]

Activities[edit]

The committee holds annual conferences.[3] 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.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.eulersociety.org/
  2. ^ Sandifer, Charles Edward; Bradley, Robert E. (2007). Leonhard Euler: life, work and legacy. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. Foreword. ISBN 0-444-52728-1. 
  3. ^ 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. 

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