I’ve joined the inaugural editorial board for a new mathematical journal, Analysis & PDE. This journal is owned by Mathematical Sciences Publishers, a non-profit organisation dedicated to high-quality, low-cost, and broad-availability mathematical publishing, and run primarily by professional mathematicians. The scope of the journal is, of course, self-explanatory; MSP’s other journals have titles such as Geometry & Topology, Algebra & Number Theory, and Algebraic & Geometric Topology.

We’re just starting out (and haven’t even filled up our first issue yet), so we are looking for strong and significant submissions in all areas of analysis and PDE (broadly defined). If you have a good paper in these areas and are deciding on which journal to submit to, you might want to take a look at the submission guidelines for our journal. Of course, the papers are subject to the usual peer review process and will be held to high standards in order to be accepted.

[*Update*, Nov 11: Link fixed.]

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11 November, 2007 at 3:39 pm

Ben WebsterSounds great!

I thought you might like to know, you seem to have linked to the journal A> where you wrote A&NT.

11 November, 2007 at 3:49 pm

Terence TaoThanks for the correction!

13 November, 2007 at 2:24 am

AnonymousWhat’s broad-access? Will it be open online access like PLOS? That would be really fantastic.

13 November, 2007 at 9:05 am

Terence TaoDear Anonymous,

I believe MSP mirrors its journal articles on the ArXiV and on Project Euclid, but full access to the articles on its web sites (with hyperlinks, search facilities, etc.) will still require a library subscription.

20 November, 2007 at 2:51 pm

New Analysis and PDE Journal « The Lyceum Mathematikoi[…] Terence Tao has joined the editorial board of a new Analysis and PDE journal. If you have any papers that you’re looking to submit, consider this one. Journals in all academic fields are notoriously expensive (read unaccesable), and that serves to be a clog in the arteries of progress. There is a growing consensus among Mathematicians, scientists, and academics that information doesn’t belong in the hands of major publishing houses who require you to sell you their soul just to read what’s inside. […]