Celebrate the 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians with free chapters and articles from some of our highly acclaimed books and journals! Browse this collection until August 31, 2018.
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The Canadian Mathematical Society and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce the formation of a new publishing partnership beginning in January 2019.
Join us at booth #59 at 15:30 on Thursday, 2nd August at ICM to celebrate our new partnership. We'll be serving canapes and bubbles, and there will be an opportunity for you to go away with come Canadian Mathematical Society-branded giveaways!
Below, you can read a bit more about the two journals joining Cambridge University Press.
Canadian Journal of Mathematics
Editors: Louigi Addario-Berry (Probability, Combinatorics) McGill University, Canada| and Eyal Goren (Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Number Theory) McGill University, Canada
The Canadian Journal of Mathematics publishes original, high-quality research papers in all branches of mathematics. The Journal is a flagship publication of the Canadian Mathematical Society and has been published continuously since 1949. New research papers are published continuously online and collated into print issues six times each year.
To be submitted to the Journal, papers should be at least 18 pages long and may be written in English or in French. Shorter papers should be submitted to the Canadian Mathematical Bulletin.
Canadian Mathematical Bulletin
Editors: Jie Xiao (Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Riemannian Geometry) Memorial University, Canada and Xiaoqiang Zhao (Nonlinear Differential Equations, Applied Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Memorial University, Canada
The Canadian Mathematical Bulletin was established in 1958 to publish original, high-quality research papers in all branches of mathematics and to accommodate the growing demand for shorter research papers. The Bulletin is a companion publication to the Canadian Journal of Mathematics that publishes longer papers. New research papers are published continuously online and collated into print issues four times each year.
To be submitted to the Bulletin, papers should be at most 18 pages long and may be written in English or in French. Longer papers should be submitted to the Canadian Journal of Mathematics.
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