About Us


The community is made up of Cambodian intellectuals with doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degrees, teachers, and students specializing in mathematics. This community is called the "Cambodian Mathematical Society", abbreviated as "CMS", which is a non-governmental organization, neutral, non-profit, non-racist, religious, political tendencies, and non-political instruments. This community has no time limit.

Management Structure of CMS


President of CMS Prof. Chan Roath Speech

Dear valuable teachers! I would like to inform you that the Cambodian Mathematical Society was established in 2005 and recognized by The Royal Government of The Kingdom of Cambodia through the official letter of the Ministry of Interior, letter no. 1, No. 220 ស.ជ.ណ. issued on March 4, 2005, and letter no. 2, No. 1807 ស.ជ.ណ. issued on December 21, 2012. The Cambodian Mathematical Society has played an important role in connecting national and international relations in the field of mathematics education and has collaborated with developed countries in the region and in the globe such as: 1) Japan through cooperation in organizing the SUKEN Test, 2) Singapore through the co-organization of the Bebras Challenge and various training courses related to STEM Education, 3) South Korea through the training of trainers on STEM Education, 4) Thailand through human resource training on mathematics education, 5) United States of America through human resource training on coding and Wolfram Language, and etc. Currently, The Cambodian Mathematical Society is focused on strengthening the Professional Learning Community at the school level, especially in Mathematics and STEM Education. All your contribution and participation are very important to achieve the vision of the Royal Government 2030 and 2050. I would like to wish all of you good health and success in all the tasks assigned by the nation. Sincerely yours, Prof. Chan Roath, President



To develop the capacity of researchers and math teachers at all levels of education in Cambodia through the integration of technology in line with international standards to reply requirements of the market job.



Mathematical education in Cambodia has international standards, is capable of using technology and innovation to improve the quality of education, research, implementation, and socio-economic development, and can compete and cooperate at the regional and international levels.



• Promote capacity building to teach mathematics at all levels using technology to develop personal skills and research.
•Promote the widespread use of technology in mathematics education at all levels and in all educational institutions in Cambodia.
• Improve math curriculum at all levels by incorporating appropriate technology. • Increase the number of mathematics study and teaching materials in the national language.
• Encourage and provide opportunities for talented people to be able to continue their studies.
•Promote the application of mathematical research results in socio-economic development, as well as give appropriate honours to outstanding researchers.
•Strengthen and enhance relationships between national and international mathematicians.
• Strengthen and expand cooperation with national, international, and development partners