Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences

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Editor-in-Chief: Wolfgang Sprößig

Impact Factor: 0.877

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 102/250 (Mathematics Applied)

Online ISSN: 1099-1476

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New Special Issue: Topics in Applied Mathematics

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The issue contains original research papers submitted by the participants of the International Conference ‘Modern Mathematical Methods in Science and Technology, 2012', Greece, August 2012.

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Weber and Beltrami integrals of squared spherical Bessel functions: finite series evaluation and high-index asymptotics
Roman Tomaschitz, Vol 37:9

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Wolfgang SproBig wins Telesio-Galilei Academy of Science Gold Medal for Mathematics

Wolfgang Sprößig Editor in Chief Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences

Congratulations to Wolfgang Sprößig, Editor-in-Chief of Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, who is awarded the Gold Medal for Mathematics by Telesio-Galilei Academy of Science 2012 



Professor Shuxing Chen, Fudan University of Shanghai, China, has been elected to the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Congratulations to our editorial board member, Professor Shuxin Chen who has recently been elected to the Chinese Academy of Sciences. This is one of the very top honors bestowed upon a Chinese scientist. You may find the official announcement (in Chinese) here 

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