La Matematica welcomes Topical Collections in emerging and hot topics, relevant to the aims and scope of the journal. Topical Collections can also originate from well-established and upcoming conferences or focus on the research legacy of a pioneer in the field as well. We accept proposals for Topical Collections and nominations from Guest Editors.
La Matematica is an international peer-reviewed journal featuring high-quality research from all areas of the mathematical sciences. It is dedicated to publishing research papers describing novel mathematical ideas and tools, survey articles on current trends that appeal to a wide range of readers, short communications and reviews. La Matematica seeks to encourage innovation, engagement and interdisciplinary research collaboration. As the flagship journal of the Association for Women in Mathematics, our goal is to support the flourishing of all mathematicians by adopting equitable practices in STEM publishing.
La Matematica seeks to publish a variety of article types in all fields of mathematics: pure, applied, and computational. We will include work on a wide spectrum of topics, ranging from mathematics education and the history of mathematics to mathematically-grounded work in data science, computer science, and statistics. Occasionally we will also publish special thematic issues.
Publication of high quality research from a broad range of the mathematical sciences
- Self-contained articles accessible to mathematicians outside the field
- Double-blind review process
- Constructive reviews
- Quick reviewer turn-around time
- Donatella Danielli,
- Kathryn Leonard,
- Michelle Manes,
- Ami Radunskaya
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Learn about publishing Open Access with us
Introducing La Matematica
ZOOM Discussion Panel and Q&A
The Association for Women in Mathematics and Springer Nature are proud that we were able to present a virtual panel on May 24, 2021, and inform the broader mathematical community about our new journal La Matematica. We hope that everyone who had the chance to attend the panel enjoyed it and learned everything they needed to know about La Matematica. We also want to thank our panelists and co-editors in chief of La Matematica for their participation. Please let us know if you have any further questions, and we look forward to your future contributions to the journal.
The video of the panel can be found HERE.
La Matematica’s Editors-in-Chief:
Donatella Danielli, Arizona State University
Kathryn Leonard, Occidental College
Michelle Manes, University of Hawaii
Ami Radunskaya, Pomona College