Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The ANZIAM Journal publishes refereed articles in any field of applied mathematics and related mathematical sciences. Novel applications of mathematics in real situations are especially welcome. All articles should include some indication of the applicability, and an introduction that can be understood by non-specialist readers from the whole mathematical community.

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.

We are registered with the Directory of open access journals, reviewed by MathSciNet, and indexed by Scopus and Google Scholar.

 

Section Policies

Articles for Printed Issues

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Articles for Electronic Supplement

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Proceedings Computational Techniques and Applications Conference

This section is only for articles presented at the CTAC series of conferences which are generally held in even years. The conference organisers will inform delegates of the details.

Editors
  • Simon Clarke
  • Jerome Droniou
  • Michael Page
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Proceedings Engineering Mathematics and Applications Conference

This section is only for articles presented at the EMAC series of conferences which are generally held in odd years. The conference organisers will inform delegates of the details. In 2017, submit before 17 November.

Editors
  • Alys Clark
  • Richard Clarke
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Proceedings of the Mathematics in Industry Study Group

This section is only for articles resulting from the MISG Workshops including the Mathematics in Industry New Zealand (MINZ). The workshop organisers will inform the problem moderators of the details.

Editors
  • Peter Pudney
  • Anthony Roberts
  • Graeme Wake
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Special Issues on Mathematical Biology

Mechanics in biology: This issue will include papers on a range of different areas in biology where continuum mechanical models have been applied, emphasising both the new biological insights that have been produced, and also the new areas of mechanics research which have arisen from collaboration with biologists. Submit via the online management system by the 30 June 2017 [http://journal.austms.org.au/ojs/index.php/ANZIAMJ/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions].
Volume 54 contains an issue on Infectious Disease Modelling.

Editors
  • Rosemary Dyson
  • Edward Green
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ANZIAM-ZPAMS Joint Meeting

This section is only for papers arising from the joint meeting of ANZIAM–ZPAMS (Zhejiang Provincial Applied Mathematics Association).
http://www.anziam.org.au/ZPAMS gives more information of the meeting.

Editors
  • Phil Broadbridge
  • Mark Nelson
  • Dianhui Wang
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Peer Review Process

All articles are peer reviewed by two or three international experts. Submitted articles are evaluated on the criteria of original research, good quality, and written in a style suitable for publication in this Journal. Reviews may take significant time but we seek reviews within 8 weeks. The reviewers are selected by searching the world for researchers with appropriate expertise.

 

Publication Frequency

Articles for the Electronic Supplement are published electronically as soon as they are ready and are freely available for all to read. Articles for the Printed Issues are published one issue at a time: both electronically and in print. Subscription controls access to the Printed parts.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to all content published here (although articles published by CUP have restricted access) on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.