Greetings from the Illinois Journal of Mathematics …
Current Issue Now Online
The October 2019 issue of IJM (Volume 63:3) is now online:
- Maximal displacement and population growth for branching Brownian motions (Yuichi Shiozawa)
- Angular derivatives and semigroups of holomorphic functions (Nikolaos Karamanlis)
- Borcea–Voisin mirror symmetry for Landau-Ginzburg models (Amanda Francis, Nathan, Priddis, and Andrew Schaug)
- Correction and notes to the paper “A classification of Artin–Schreier defect extensions and characterizations of defectless fields” (Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann)
- Distance sets over arbitrary finite fields (Doowon Koh, Sujin Lee, Thang Pham, and Chun-Yen Shen)
Please note: The most recent five years of IJM are available online to individual and institutional subscribers. Articles older than five years are open access.
Li Joins IJM Editorial Board
Hanfeng Li, professor of mathematics at the University of Buffalo, was recently appointed to the IJM Editorial Board. His main research interest is noncommutative geometry and dynamical systems, especially connections between operator algebras and dynamical systems. His recent work concentrates on actions of countable sofic groups and algebraic actions of general countable (amenable) groups.
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About the Illinois Journal of Mathematics
The Illinois Journal of Mathematics was founded in 1957 by Reinhold Baer, Joe Doob, Abraham Taub, George Whitehead, and Oscar Zariski. The inaugural volume featured papers of many of the world’s leading figures in the key areas of mathematics at the time: William Feller, Paul Levy, and Paul Malliavin in probability theory; Richard Bellman, R.P. Boas, Jack Hale, and Edwin Hewitt in analysis; Marvin Marcus, Olga Taussky, and Oscar Zariski in algebra; and Paul Erdös, L.J. Mordell, and John Tate in number theory. Distinguished researchers such as J. Bourgain, A. Calderon, S.S. Chern, H. Kesten, and K. Uhlenbeck have served as editors of IJM. With managing editorship in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the journal remains a highly regarded peer-reviewed platform for dissemination of significant new results in all active areas of mathematics research.
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