MSP, Project Euclid, and Duke University Press have partnered to offer MSP on Euclid, a collection of the same seven journals published and sold as the “MSP Package” by MSP, but now enhanced by the functionality of the Project Euclid platform. The MSP on Euclid partnership brings together
- MSP’s high-quality, peer-reviewed journals;
- Duke University Press’s institutional sales and customer support; and
- Project Euclid’s rich hosting environment and functionality, including COUNTER usage statistics.
MSP on Euclid is an alternative way of purchasing and accessing this electronic collection of MSP titles, and is available through our partners here.
The European Mathematical Society Publishing House and MSP are offering the EMS+MSP Joint Package — a bundle combining, at a nice discount, electronic access to all journals from the MSP Package (above) and all the EMS journals (listed here), excluding the EMS’s Algebraic Geometry and the EMS Newsletter (freely available online).
The Annals of K-Theory welcomes excellent research papers in all areas of K-theory in its many forms. These may include either fundamental developments in the core techniques and ideas, or else applications to other subjects. K-theory originated in Grothendieck’s insight that geometric phenomena can be studied via associated categories and their invariants. Since then, K-theory has branched out in many directions, and interacts with a large assortment of fields, including algebraic geometry, the theory of motives, differential geometry, noncommutative geometry, homotopy theory, higher category theory, and many other areas of algebra, topology, geometry and analysis.
Intended to be the premier journal in K-theory and related areas, AKT is led by a prestigious editorial board, mainly former members of the board of the Journal of K-Theory. It is owned by the K-Theory Foundation and published by MSP.
AKT publishes 4 issues per year, and aims to eventually reach 1,000 pages per year.
The K-Theory Foundation acknowledges the precious support of Foundation Compositio Mathematica, whose help has been instrumental in the launch of the Annals of K-Theory.
ANT’s broad definition of algebra and number theory allows it to print high-quality research covering a wide range of subtopics, including algebraic and arithmetic geometry. ANT publishes high-quality articles of interest to a broad readership, at a level surpassing all but the top four or five mathematics journals.
ANT publishes 10 issues per year, for an expected total of about 2,500 pages. The number of quality papers accepted by ANT has grown, but an electronic subscription still costs about 11¢ per page.
AGT publishes papers in all areas of algebraic and geometric topology. Founded in 2001, AGT is now a prominent journal in its field, its high standards and rigorous editorial process attracting an ever-increasing number of excellent submissions. AGT has an impact factor regularly placing in the top third of all journals.
AGT publishes 7 issues per year, for an expected total of about 4,375 pages. An electronic subscription costs about 10¢ per page.
Founded six years ago, APDE aims to be the leading specialized scholarly publication in mathematical analysis. The full editorial board votes on all articles, accounting for the journal’s exceptionally high standard and ensuring its broad profile.
APDE publishes 8 issues per year, for a total of about 2,050 pages. The number of quality papers accepted by APDE has grown, but an electronic subscription still costs about 11¢ per page.
Annals is committed to its role as the premier pure-mathematics research journal, and to publishing at the lowest economically possible price. Annals has published the proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem, the theoretical part of a proof of Kepler’s Sphere-Packing Conjecture, and a proof that one can test primality in polynomial time.
Annals publishes 6 issues per year, for an expected total of more than 2,400 pages. Per page, it is the least expensive of all top journals (indeed, leading society journals are 50% more expensive, leading university-press journals are at least 3 times more expensive, and leading commercial journals are 3 to 10 times more expensive).
Annals is a publication of the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University with the cooperation of the Institute for Advanced Study.
CAMCoS accepts innovative papers in all areas where mathematics and applications interact. In particular, the journal welcomes papers where an idea is followed from beginning to end — from an abstract beginning to a piece of software, or from a computational observation to a mathematical theory.
CAMCoS publishes two issues per year, for an expected total of at least 200 pages.
Published since 1997, GT is the leading journal in its field, publishing more of the best papers in geometry and topology than any other journal. GT ensures high quality by requiring that three board editors stand personally behind every accepted paper, the proposer and two seconders.
GT publishes 7 issues per year, for an expected total of about 4,375 pages.
Involve showcases and encourages high-quality mathematical research involving students from all academic levels. The editorial board consists of mathematical scientists committed to nurturing student participation in research.
Submissions in all mathematical areas are encouraged. All manuscripts accepted for publication in Involve are considered publishable in quality journals in their respective fields, and include a minimum of one-third student authorship. Submissions should include substantial faculty input; faculty co-authorship is encouraged.
Bridging the gap between the extremes of purely undergraduate-research journals and mainstream research journals, Involve provides a venue to mathematicians wishing to encourage the creative involvement of students. Involve is a great resource for inspiring mathematical exploration in a new generation, and an opportunity for students who are serious about their research.
Involve publishes 5 issues per year, for an expected total of about 900 pages.
JoMMS publishes innovative research in the mechanics of materials and deformable structures, a field that is experiencing considerable growth in new directions. JoMMS covers the development of new technologies, which require multidisciplinary simulation and draw from all areas of engineering, materials, and biology.
Founded by Charles R. Steele and Marie-Louise Steele, JoMMS has had in mind from the beginning the needs of the academic and engineering communities it serves. Thorough refereeing ensures high standards, and skilled editing after acceptance helps communication by non-native English speakers — a service that most publishers have discontinued. There are no page charges and no charges for color figures or supplementary materials, such as included animations or data sets.
JoMMS publishes 5 issues per year, for an expected total of about 600 pages.
JSAG is an electronic-only journal devoted to short articles on software related to research in algebra and geometry. Each short article (typically not to exceed five printed pages, including references) will be accompanied by the appropriate source code. The aim is to promote the development of good code and free software for the mathematical research community. Based on peer-review reports and technical reports, the articles are accepted or rejected by the editorial board through a process of online discussion and consensus. JSAG was first published in 2009, and MSP started producing it in 2014.
MEMOCS is a free and open-access, no-author-fee, peer-reviewed journal.
MEMOCS is a publication of the International Research Center for the Mathematics and Mechanics of Complex Systems at the Università dell’Aquila (Italy). It publishes articles from diverse scientific fields with a specific emphasis on mechanics. Articles must rely on the application or development of rigorous mathematical methods.
The journal intends to foster a multidisciplinary approach to knowledge firmly based on mathematical foundations. It will serve as a forum where scientists from different disciplines meet to share a common, rational vision of science and technology. It intends to support and divulge research whose primary goal is to develop mathematical methods and tools for the study of complexity.
The journal will also foster and publish original research in related areas of mathematics of proven applicability, such as variational methods, numerical methods, and optimization techniques. Besides their intrinsic interest, such treatments can become heuristic and epistemological tools for further investigations, and provide methods for deriving predictions from postulated theories. Papers focusing on and clarifying aspects of the history of mathematics and science are also welcome. All methodologies and points of view, if rigorously applied, will be considered.
Founded in 1951, PJM has published mathematics research for more than 60 years. PJM is run by mathematicians from the Pacific Rim. PJM aims to publish high-quality articles in all branches of mathematics, at low cost to libraries and individuals. The Pacific Journal of Mathematics is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) California nonprofit.
PJM publishes 12 issues per year, for a total of almost 3,100 pages.
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Electronic access to past issues of a journal is included with every subscription to that journal, as long as a subscription is maintained. Perpetual access is available through the Global LOCKSS Network. We do not offer print-only subscriptions, only electronic and electronic+print. Subscriptions are offered for the calendar year only. Electronic access allowed based on submitted IP-address range. Separate campuses of an institution that are not within the same city or geographically close must be covered by separate subscriptions, or might be eligible for consortium pricing, at MSP’s discretion.
All articles published by MSP become open access after five years past publication (meaning on the fifth January 1st after the publication date). The Annals of Mathematics, while not published by MSP, also becomes open access after five years. Finally, MEMOCS and JSAG are diamond open access publications (free to read, free to publish).