# Journals

At the March 2012 meeting, one of the opinions expressed was that we need more geometry journals. Anyone want to launch a new journal? They seem be be multiplying like rabbits. Meanwhile … journals already publishing that some of us read include:

- Elsevier’s Journal of Combinatorial Theory A is interested in “structures, designs, and applications

of combinatorics.” - Elsevier’s Computational Geometry – Theory and Applications.
- The University of Calgary sponsors Contributions to Discrete Mathematics.
- The International Press’s Journal of Differential Geometry is interested in “differential geometry and related subjects such as differential equations, mathematical physics, algebraic geometry and geometric topology.”
- Springer’s Discrete & Computational Geometry covers “a broad range of topics in which geometry

plays a fundamental role.” - Elsevier’s Discrete Mathematics and Applied Discrete Mathematics.
- Elsevier’s European Journal of Combinatorics “is primarily open to papers dealing with mathematical

structures within combinatorics and/or establishing direct links between combinatorics and

other branches of mathematics and the theories of computing.” - Springer’s Geometriae Dedicata “concentrates on geometry and its relationship to topology, group theory and the theory of dynamical systems.”
- World Scientific’s Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications is interested in the design and analysis of, experiences with, and applications of graph algorithms.
- The European Mathematical Society’s Groups, Geometry and Dynamics focuses “on groups or group actions as well as articles in other areas of mathematics in which groups or group actions are used as a main tool.”
- Springer’s Graphs and Combinatorics is interested in “all aspects of combinatorial mathematics.”

Much of the mathematical literature can be found via two large subscription-only databases, MathSciNet and ZentralBlatt fur Mathematik.