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European Journal of Applied Mathematics
  • ISSN: 0956-7925 (Print), 1469-4425 (Online)
  • Editors: Martin Burger Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics|University of Muenster|Einsteinstrasse 62|D-48149 Münster|Germany , J. R. King University of Nottingham, UK and M. J. Ward University of British Columbia, Canada
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Since 2008 EJAM surveys have been expanded to cover Applied and Industrial Mathematics. Coverage of the journal has been strengthened in probabilistic applications, while still focusing on those areas of applied mathematics inspired by real-world applications, and at the same time fostering the development of theoretical methods with a broad range of applicability. Survey papers contain reviews of emerging areas of mathematics, either in core areas or with relevance to users in industry and other disciplines. Research papers may be in any area of applied mathematics, with special emphasis on new mathematical ideas, relevant to modelling and analysis in modern science and technology, and the development of interesting mathematical methods of wide applicability.

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  • Call for Papers: Piecewise Smooth Dynamics special issue
  • 04 Apr 2017,
  • A forthcoming special issue of the European Journal of Applied Mathematics will feature re- search articles discussing the theory and applications of dynamical systems with piecewise smooth differential equations. Contributions are welcomed describing theoretical and analytical tools, for example analysis of discontinuity-induced singularities and bifurcations, and numerical methods for solving and optimizing piecewise smooth systems. Click to read additional details.

  • Call for Papers: Applied Optimal Transport special issue
  • 03 Apr 2017,
  • A forthcoming special issue of the European Journal of Applied Mathematics will feature research articles that involve the applied side of the theory of optimal transportation: numerical methods, modeling, applications to PDEs, image processing, optics, fluid mechanics, population dynamics, traffic, economics and other social or natural sciences. Click to read additional details.