Information for Authors
Content. The AEJM solicits
submissions containing new results, new perspectives on known results,
historical aspects of mathematics, relationships between areas of
mathematics (or other areas of study), or interesting applications of
mathematical ideas or techniques. While original research results are
not required, high quality in exposition and content are required. In
keeping with the aim of the AEJM, we especially encourage submissions
from student authors, both undergraduate and graduate students.
Submission. Manuscripts should be
submitted electronically via e-mail to email@example.com.
The AEJM accepts initial submissions in most
electronic document formats (TeX, LaTeX, Word, PDF, PS, DVI, RTF, ...).
However, once the manuscript is accepted, the document will have to be
formatted in LaTeX using our style file and the author will be asked to
do this. To aid in this process, we encourage authors to prepare their
documents using the AEJM LaTeX template in the first instance.
Download the AEJM LaTeX
template (Thanks to AIMS (http://AIMSciences.org)
for letting us use their style file.)
Articles should contain a title, descriptive
abstract and an alphabetical list of authors, with one of the authors
designated as corresponding author. Since the abstract will be used to
describe the contents of the article, it should be able to be
reproduced in standard HTML (that is, should not have mathematical
Articles should be written in either English or
As part of the initial submission, we request a
short biographical note on each author.
For further information on formatting a document,
please contact the AEJM at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After final revisions and formatting, articles
will be posted permanently on the AEJM website; no further alteration
will be allowed. However, authors may provide additional information by
setting links to their web pages, or by attaching addenda/corrigenda to
their articles (subject to editorial and refereeing approval).
We do not require authors to assign copyright to
the AEJM, but we do require a signed release form giving the AEJM the
right to publish the work.