vICM 2022

The ICM 2022 will take place as a fully virtual event over 6–14 July 2022. The schedule is available here. Lectures will take place between 9:00–18:00 CEST every day. Particiption in the virtual International Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022) is free and open to all, but requires prior registration. You can register now here. Those who previously registered for the now-cancelled ICM in Saint Petersburg will need to register again for the virtual ICM 2022, as registrations will not be carried over.

Key dates: 

  • 3–4 July: Prior to ICM 2022, the IMU will host its 19th General Assembly in Helsinki, Finland, at the Scandic Grand Marina & Marina Congress Center.
  • 5 July: The IMU Award Ceremony 2022 will be held as a live event in Helsinki, Finland at Aalto University. Here the winners of the Fields Medals, IMU Abacus Medal, Chern Medal Award, Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize and Leelavati Prize will be announced. The event will be streamed live.
  • 6 July: The 2022 Fields Medalists and IMU Abacus Medalist will give prize winner lectures live in Helsinki, Finland. Admission to the lectures will be open to all who wish to attend. The lectures will also be streamed live. 
  • 7 July: The LMS Society Meeting at the ICM will be held at the University of Copenhagen and online; the speaker is Karen Vogtmann. See details here.

Promotional work by Plus Magazine

Plus Magazine will be undertaking promotional work at the awards ceremony and lectures over the next few days; you can read more about the work of the Fields Medal winners, listen to podcasts and read interviews with key figures, on their website at, or follow their Twitter account at

Public Mathematics Lectures

As part of efforts within the mathematical community to organise events to complement the vICM, the LMS will be hosting three online mathematics public lectures:

8 July, 12:00 - 13:00 CEST: Geordie Williamson (Sydney); Machine Learning as a Tool for the Mathematician. Register using this form by 5.00pm (CEST) on Thursday 7 July. 

11 July, 18:00 - 19:00 CEST: Elena Giorgi (Columbia University); Black Holes: A Mathematical Enlightenment. Register using this form by 11.00am (CEST) on Monday 11 July.

13 July, 19:30 - 20:30 CEST: Tadashi Tokieda (Stanford); A World From a Sheet of Paper. See more details here. Register using this form by 11.00am (CEST) on Wednesday 13 July.

Zoom links for these events will be circulated by email after the deadline for registration closes.


Last updated 5 July 2022