Annales Polonici MathematiciISSN: 0066-2216(p) 1730-6272(e)
Annales Polonici Mathematici is a continuation of Annales de la Société Polonaise de Mathématique (vols. I–XXV) founded in 1921 by Stanisław Zaremba.
The journal publishes papers in Mathematical Analysis and Geometry. Each volume appears in three issues.
The journal is abstracted/indexed in: Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt MATH, Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition.
- Eric Bedford / e-mail
- Zbigniew Błocki / e-mail
- Bogdan Bojarski / e-mail
- Jean-Pierre Demailly / e-mail
- Marek Jarnicki / e-mail
- Sławomir Kołodziej / e-mail
- Konstantin Mischaikow / e-mail
- Czesław Olech
- Wiesław Pawłucki / e-mail
- Peter Pflug / e-mail
- Józef Siciak / e-mail
- Roman Srzednicki / e-mail
- Bolesław Szafirski
- Hans-Otto Walther / e-mail
- Wojciech M. Zajączkowski / e-mail
- Marta Kosek (Secretary) / e-mail
Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, and that it will not be submitted elsewhere unless it has been rejected by the editors of Annales Polonici Mathematici. All the papers submitted will be carefully refereed. On the proof stage, the author will be asked to sign the copyright transfer agreement
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, by sending a PDF or PS file to one of the members of the Editorial Board listed below, who, in the judgement of the author, is most closely concerned with the subject-matter of the paper:
- Zbigniew Błocki (complex analysis, partial differential equations); email
- Jean-Pierre Demailly (complex analysis, algebraic and analytic geometry); email
- Marek Jarnicki (complex analysis); email
- Sławomir Kołodziej (complex analysis, pluripotential theory); email
- Wiesław Pawłucki (algebraic and analytic geometry, singularity theory); email
- Peter Pflug (complex analysis - several variables); email
- Wiesław Pleśniak (approximation theory, real and complex analysis); email
- Józef Siciak (complex analysis); email
- Wojciech Zajączkowski (partial differential equations, fluid mechanics); email
The submission message should also be copied to email.
If none of the above-mentioned Editors seems suitable, the paper may be sent to the Secretary at email.
On acceptance of the paper, the authors will also be asked to transmit the source file.
The publisher strongly encourages submission of manuscripts written in TeX.
Recommended format of manuscripts: 12-point type (including references), text width 13.5 cm.
An abstract of not more than 200 words, the AMS Mathematics Subject Classification and a list of key words and phrases are required.
Figures must be prepared in electronic form, suitable for direct reproduction. The use of very thin lines should be avoided.
References should be arranged in alphabetical order and styled according to the examples given below. Abbreviations of journal names should follow Mathematical Reviews.
|||D. Beck, Introduction to Dynamical Systems, Vol. 2, Progr. Math. 54, Birkhäuser, Basel, 1978.|
|||R. Hill and A. James, An index formula in Lp, J. Differential Equations 15 (1982), 197-211.|
|||J. Kowalski, Some remarks on J(X), in: Algebra and Analysis (Edmonton, 1973), E. Brook (ed.), Lecture Notes in Math. 867, Springer, Berlin, 1974, 115-124.|
|[Nov]||A. S. Novikov, An existence theorem for planar graphs, preprint, Moscow Univ., 1980 (in Russian).
Authors' affiliation should be given.
PDF proofs will be e-mailed to the corresponding author. If the author's corrections are not received promptly, the article will be printed in a later issue.
The Online First version of the article will be sent to the author and published on the journal's web site before the article is assigned to an issue. This version will be freely downloadable for everybody. The author is allowed to post the “Online First” version to his/her personal web site and to any other archives.
When the paper is assigned to an issue, the final print file with all publication data included will also be sent to the author. The latter file will be for the author's personal use only and should not appear on any web site other than IMPAN’s.
If desired, 25 free offprints of the article will be sent to the corresponding author. Additional offprints can be ordered when sending the proof corrections.
The article can also be published in Open Access (that is, with the final print file also freely downloadable) upon paying a fee of 300 euros. The decision should be communicated at the proof stage; the appropriate invoice will then be sent to the author.
Address of the Editorial Committee:
Annales Polonici Mathematici
Institute of Mathematics
30-348 Kraków, Poland
For additional information and advice, see Guidelines for authors.