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The Australian Mathematical Society (AustMS) is the national society of the mathematics profession in Australia. Our mission is to promote and extend mathematical knowledge and its applications.

Founded in 1956, our mission is the promotion and extension of mathematical knowledge and its applications. We represent all professional mathematicians in Australia, both pure and applied.

The special interests of applied mathematicians are represented by a division of AustMS, ANZIAM (Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics).

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The ANZIAM Journal

The ANZIAM Journal considers papers in any field of applied mathematics and related mathematical sciences with the aim of rapid publication in print and electronic formats. Novel applications of mathematics in real situations are especially welcomed. All papers should include some indication of applicability, and an introduction that can be understood by non-specialist readers from the whole applied mathematical community.

Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society

Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society aims at quick publication of original research in all branches of mathematics. Papers are accepted only after peer review but editorial decisions on acceptance or otherwise are taken quickly, normally within a month of receipt of the paper. The Bulletin concentrates on presenting new and interesting results in a clear and attractive way.

Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society

The Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society is the oldest journal of the Society, and is well established in its coverage of all areas of pure mathematics and mathematical statistics. It seeks to publish original high-quality articles of moderate length that will attract wide interest. Papers are carefully reviewed, and those with good introductions explaining the meaning and value of the results are preferred.