Journal Announcement and Call for Papers, for a Refereed Electronic
Journal in Mathematical Physics:
MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
The intention of the journal is to publish papers in Mathematical
Physics and related areas that are of the highest possible quality.
Research papers and review articles are selected through a normal
refereeing process, overseen by an editorial board. The research
subjects will be primarily on Mathematical Physics; but this should
not be interpreted as a limitation, as the editors feel that
essentially all subjects of Mathematics and Physics are in principle
relevant to Mathematical Physics.
Access to the journal is provided through a variety of electronic means,
including:
1) www to http://www.maia.ub.es/mpej/
or http://www.ma.utexas.edu/mpej/
or http://mpej.unige.ch/mpej/MPEJ.html
or your nearest EMIS mirror (check at http://www.emis.de/)
2) e-mail to mpej@maia.ub.es
3) anonymous ftp to ftp.maia.ub.es (directory pub/mpej)
or ftp.ma.utexas.edu (directory pub/mpej)
In addition, anybody with access to the Internet can subscribe to the
journal. Subscriptions are free of charge. A printed version of each
volume will be shortly available from World Scientific Publishing Co.
(see http://www.wspc.com.sg/books/physics/4904.html)
The articles are presented in the form of a single postscript file,
carrying a header with MPEJ logo, volume and paper number, and time
stamps.
Since 2001, the files are maintained by a group of people at
University of Barcelona (A. Jorba, J. Timoneda).
The board consists currently of:
D. Bambusi Dynamical systems, non-linear PDEs,
semiclassical methods in quantum mechanics
J. Bellissard Mathematical problems in solid state physics,
application of C*-algebras, K-theory, noncommutative
geometry to low energy physics
G. Benettin Classical mechanics
R. Benguria Schrodinger operators, connections between the
spectrum of the Laplacian and geometry, rigorous
atomic physics nonlinear elliptic equations
C. Cheng KAM theory and Hamiltonian dynamics via variational
as well as local methods
P. Collet Dynamical systems
W. Craig Nonlinear partial differential equations,
hamiltonian dynamical systems
J.P. Eckmann Non-linear PDE, statistical mechanics
J. Feldman Condensed matter
P. Ferrari Stochastic processes, interacting particle systems,
cellular automata, non-equilibrium statistical
mechanics, perfect simulation
G. Gallavotti Classical mechanics, statistical mechanics
I.M. Gamba Statistical mechanics, kinetic equations, non-linear
theory
T. Hara Statistical mechanics, critical phenomena.
A. Jorba Celestial mechanics, Hamiltonian dynamics
P. Kevrekedis Nonlinear differential difference equations,
dynamical systems and nonlinear partial differential
equations
K. Khanin Dynamical systems, statistical mechanics
A. Klein Random Schrodinger Operators
H. Koch Statistical mechanics, dynamical systems,
renormalization, computer-assisted proofs
R. Kotecky Statistical mechanics
A. Kupiainen Statistical mechanics, quantum field theory
C. Liverani Dynamical systems, smooth ergodic theory
R. de la Llave Classical mechanics
B. Nachtergaele Statistical mechanics, quantum dynamics, condensed
matter physics
A. Neishtadt Classical mechanics, perturbation theory for ODE
C.E. Wayne Non-linear PDE's
M. Weinstein Nonlinear partial differential equations, nonlinear
waves
Further information, concerning submission procedure, copyright
policy, etc., can be obtained by www, e-mail and anonymous ftp. An
empty (or otherwise unrecognized) e-mail message to mpej@maia.ub.es
will return a list of subjects on which further information is
available, and instructions on how to download this information.
Most of the organization of the journal is fully automatized, except
for the refereeing process, which is quite traditional. The
subscriptions are free, the access is free, and publication is fast
(apart from the normal delay due to the refereeing).
We hope that you, as an active member of the Mathematical Physics
community, will consider it interesting to publish your work in this
form.
P. Collet, R. de la Llave (editors in chief)
>> Announcement and Call for Papers
original: March 1, 1995
modified: March 6, 1995; June 2, 1995; August 22, 1995
modified: January 9, 2002
modified: May 21, 2002
modified: Jul 2, 2004