JMS Source Journal International Mathematical Schools
Publihsed in 2022:
JMS Source Journal International Mathematical Schools. Vol. 1.
Advances in Pure and Applied Mathematics edited by Sergey Goncharov.
Founded in 1973, Journal of Mathematical Sciences is currently based on 11 source journals with 9 volumes (54 issues) published annually. In 2022, Springer launches the 12th source journal entitled International Mathematical Schools with 6 issues per year.
Each issue of International Mathematical Schools (IMS) is published as a separate issue of Journal of Mathematical Sciences and possesses all its privelegies (in particular, all articles are reviewed in SCOPUS).
The articles submitted for consideration to IMS must be written in the English language. IMS continues traditions of high standards of mathematical research publications. The authors recommended by guest editors will be invited to contribute to special issue(s) on selected topics. The IMS invitation principles are inherited from the book series International Mathematical Series published by Springer jointly with Tamara Rozhkovskaya Publisher in 2002-2012 (see details on that series below).
Each submitted article is subject to a single blind peer review process.
Each accepted article goes through an editing process with style and language control (see Instructions for authors).
Important information: A manuscript must be sent to the email-address indicated in the invitaion letter. The submission procedure described at Springer's site is designated only for Direct Submissions (Series A), but not for the JMS source journals (Series B).
First issues of IMS.
IMS starts with issues edited by Sergey Goncharov:
The issues named Advances in Pure and Applied Mathematics will be included on a permanent basis with two issues per year. This is a reneissance of Siberian Jorunal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (Ediotr-in-Chief Sergey Goncharov) published in Russian by the Novosibirsk State University from 2001 up to 2018. The updated journal will present research papers on various aspects of fundamental mathemtics and applications, but the geography of authors will be considerably extended. The first issue is published in November 7, 2022 (J. Math. Sci., 267, No. 4, November 2022).
Some special issues edited by Sergei Goncharov will cover topics disccussed at the two conferences Algorithmic Presentations in Mathematics and Computing in Topological Structures held in the Sirius Mathematics Center at Sochy. The conference speakers will be invited to contribute to these issues with their new research results and survey papers.
A few words about the predecessor of IMS. The same invitation principle was applied to collect thematic volumes for International Mathematical Series. Eminent mathematicians were invited to edit separate volumes: Michael Birman (Russia), Stefan Hildebrandt (Germany), Vsevolod Solonnikov (Russia), Nina Uraltseva (Russia), Simon Donaldson (UK), Yakov Eliashberg (USA), Misha Gromov (France), Claude Bardos (France), Andrei Fursikov (Russia), Dov Gabbay (UK), Sergey Goncharov (Russia), Michael Zakharyaschev (UK), Victor Isakov (USA), Vladimir Maz'ya (Sweden), and Ari Laptev (Sweden). All the volumes of International Mathematical Series are accessible at Springer's site.