The Australian Mathematical Society is the national society of the mathematics profession in Australia. Founded in 1956, its objective is the promotion and extension of mathematical knowledge and its applications.
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The journal of the Australian Mathematical Society began publication in 1959, and from 1975 appears in two series, Series A (Pure Mathematics and Statistics) and Series B (Applied Mathematics). Series B was renamed ANZIAM Journal in 2001 and is published in four quarterly parts and from 1997 in a fifth electronic-only supplement. Information about other publications of the Society may be found at the Society's web site.
It is the editorial policy of ANZIAM Journal to accept refereed papers in any field of applied mathematics and related mathematical sciences. Novel applications of mathematics in real situations are especially welcome. All papers should include some indication of the applicability, and an introduction that can be understood by non-specialist readers from the whole mathematical community.
Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society
The BULLETIN of the Australian Mathematical Society began publication in 1969. Normally two volumes of three numbers are published annually.
Since 2008 the journal has been published by Cambridge University Press.
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society (Formerly: Series A - Pure Mathematics and Statistics) began publication in 1959 (from 1975 to 2000 in two series). Since 2008 the journal has been published by Cambridge University Press. Two volumes of three issues appear annually.
We invite submissions of research articles in pure mathematics and mathematical statistics.