Forum of Mathematics

Forum of Mathematics, Pi and Forum of Mathematics, Sigma are open-access peer-reviewed journals for mathematics licensed under creative commons and published by Cambridge University Press.[1] The journals opened to submissions on 1 October 2012 and their first article was published online on 17 May 2013.[2] It is intended to be funded by an author-pays model with fee-waivers for those that can't afford the fees, and no fees at all for any author for the journals' first three years.

Forum of Mathematics, Pi
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ISO 4Forum Math. Pi
Forum of Mathematics, Sigma
LanguageEnglish
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Forum Math. Sigma

The founding managing editor was Rob Kirby (University of California, Berkeley), and the current managing editor is Robert Guralnick.[3][4]

Unlike traditional journals, there are no issues as all articles will be available online as soon as they are accepted, although at the end of each year a collected volume will be available as print-on-demand.

Pi is for general articles of interest to a wide audience of mathematicians, and Sigma is for specialist articles with a group of editors for different areas of mathematics. Articles that don't fit neatly into the classification of areas used by the editorial process are still welcome.

References

  1. Forum of Mathematics, Pi and Forum of Mathematics, Sigma
  2. Scholze, Peter (2013), "p-adic Hodge theory for rigid-analytic varieties", Forum of Mathematics, Pi, 1: 2013e1, doi:10.1017/fmp.2013.1;
    Popa, Mihnea; Schnell, Christian (2013), "Generic vanishing theory via mixed Hodge modules", Forum of Mathematics, Sigma, 1: 2013e1, arXiv:1112.3058, doi:10.1017/fms.2013.1.
  3. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayMoreInfo?jid=FMP&type=eb
  4. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayMoreInfo?jid=FMS&type=eb
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