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From 9 August 2023, the European Journal of Applied Mathematics will be moving to a Gold Open Access publishing model. All accepted articles from this date will be published with a Creative Commons licence and will be subject to an Article Processing Charge (see the journal’s Open Access Options page for available licence options). Many corresponding authors will have their APC covered by a transformative agreement; check here to see if your institution is covered. Any author without funding or not covered by a transformative agreement can apply for a waiver.  

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  • ISSN: 0956-7925 (Print), 1469-4425 (Online)
  • Editors: Martin Burger Computational Imaging Group and Helmholtz Imaging, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Hamburg,|and  Department of Mathematics, Universitat Hamburg, Bundesstraße 55,20146 Hamburg, Germany, John King School of Mathematical Science|University of Nottingham|University Park|Nottingham NG7 2RD, Michael Jeffrey Ward Department of Mathematics|121-1984 Mathematics Rd|University of British Columbia|Vancouver BC|CANADA V6T 1Z2, and Scott McCue School of Mathematical Sciences|Science and Engineering Faculty|Queensland University of Technology|O-Block, Level 6, Room O609B-01|Garden Point Campus|2 George St.|Brisbane City QLD 4000|Australia
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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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