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From the Latvian Mathematical Society's statutes

The Latvian Mathematical Society (abbreviated LMS) is an independent voluntary association of physical and juridical persons. Its aim is to support and to stimulate the development of mathematical sciences and mathematical education in Latvia. LMS is a creative non-profit organisation with the rights of a juridical person; it is located at the Latvian University. The activities of LMS envelop the whole Latvia.

The self-government institutions of LMS are:

  —  the general meeting of the members of the Society;
  —  the Chairman of the Society;
  —  the Board of the Society.

The Revision Commission is the controlling and revision institution of LMS.

The general meeting of the members is the supreme decisive institution of LMS.

LMS general meetings can be ordinary and extraordinary. Ordinary general meetings are convoked by the Board at the beginning of the year. The extraordinary meetings are convoked by the Board either according to its own initiative or by the demand of the Revision Commission or by the demand of at least the quarter of the number of ordinary members of the Society. The meeting must be convoked after the reception of the demand. In case the Board does not convoke the meeting it is to be convoked by the Revision Commission. About the time and the programm of the general meeting the members must be informed not later that 14 days before the meeting.

The Chairman of the Latvian Mathematical Society

Andrejs Reinfelds

Professor

University of Latvia

LU Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science

reinf@latnet.lv

The list of the members of the Latvian Mathematical Society

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   R   S   T   U   V   Z

A

Āboltiņš Aivars

Andžāns Agnis

Aņisimova Aija

Arhipova Irina

Arhipovs Sergejs

Asmuss Svetlana

Atslēga Svetlana

B

Bajārs Jānis

Bārzdiņš Jānis

Bērziņa Inese

Bēts Raivis

Birģelis Kārlis

Bonka Dace

Breidaks Juris

Budkina Natālija

Buiķe Margarita

Buiķis Andris

Bula Inese

Buls Jānis

Bunte Aigars

Bušs Ginters

C

Carkova Viktorija

Carkovs Jevgēnijs

Cepītis Jānis

Cers Edmunds

Cibulis Andrejs

Cīrulis Jānis

Čerāne Silvija

Čerņajeva Sarmīte

D

Dambītis Jānis

Daugulis Pēteris

Deksnis Guntis

Dinuls Romans

Dobelis Kārlis

Dobkeviča Marija

Duka Vita

Dzenīte Ilona

E

Eglīte Irina

Eļkins Aleksandrs

F

Freivalds Rūsiņš

G

Goldšteine Jolanta

Gricāns Armands

Grigorenko Olga

Grīnglazs Leonīds

Grundmane Daiga

Guseinovs Šarifs

Gūtmanis Normunds

H

Heniņa Ingrīda

Hiļkeviča Gaļina

Hiļkevičs Sergejs

I

Ikaunieks Ēvalds

Iltiņa Marija

Iltiņš Ilmārs

J

Jermačenko Ināra

Judrupa Benita

Judrups Ojārs

K

Kalis Harijs

Kamiševs Andrejs

Kangro Ilmārs

Kaņevskis Aleksandrs

Koliškina Valentīna

Koliškins Andrejs

Kostjukova Solvita

Krastiņa Jolanta

Kremeņeckis Vladislavs

Kriķis Juris

Kuleša Līga

Ķikusts Pauls

L

Lāce Gunta

Lapidus Dmitrijs

Lapiņa Halina

Lapiņš Jānis

Lasis Andris

Lencmane Marija

Liberts Martiņš

Liepa Evija

Liepiņa Inta

Lietuvietis Ojārs

Ligere Jeļena

Līnis Valdemārs

Lukjanska Margarita

Ļebedinska Jūlija

Ļipjanskis Ruvims

Ļivčaks Jakovs

M

Martuzāns Bruno

Matvejevs Aleksandrs

Matvejevs Andrejs

Mencis Jānis

Mizniks Ilvars

N

Neimanis Viesturs

O

Orlovs Pāvels

Ozoliņš Rūdolfs

Ozols Raitis

P

Pavļenko Oksana

Petere Gaida

Podnieks Kārlis

R

Radziņš Guntis

Raitums Uldis

Ramāna Līga

Rasmanis Raitis

Reinfelds Andrejs

Rimšāns Jānis

Ruža Večislavs

S

Sadirbajevs Felikss

Seile Mārīte

Sergejeva Natālija

Simonjans Ļevs

Siņenko Nadežda

Smirnovs Sergejs

Solovjovs Sergejs

Sondore Anita

Starcevs Vjačeslavs

Steprāns Juris

Strautiņš Uldis

Šadurskis Kārlis

Šostaks Aleksandrs

Šteinbuks Veniamins

T

Taimiņa Daina

Treibergs Andrejs

U

Uļjane Ingrīda

V

Valeinis Jānis

Volodko Inta

Vucāns Jānis

Z

Zandere Ieva

Zemītis Aivars

Zvina Irina

Žaime Daiga

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