Frontiers of Mathematics in China


Aims & Scope

Frontiers of Mathematics in China provides a forum for a broad blend of peer-reviewed scholarly papers in order to promote rapid communication of mathematical developments. It reflects the enormous advances that are currently being made in the field of mathematics. The subject areas featured include all main branches of mathematics, both pure and applied. In addition to core areas (such as geometry, algebra, topology, number theory, real and complex function theory, functional analysis, probability theory, combinatorics and graph theory, dynamical systems and differential equations), applied areas (such as statistics, computational mathematics, numerical analysis, mathematical biology, mathematical finance and the like) will also be selected. The journal especially encourages papers in developing and promising fields as well as papers showing the interaction between different areas of mathematics, or the interaction between mathematics and science and engineering.