IJM News in Brief
- In the second half of 2020, IJM started publishing articles online ahead of print. On average, articles were published online about two months ahead of the cover dates for their assigned print issues. Advance articles are available at https://www.projecteuclid.org/info/euclid.ijm.
- We continue to work with Duke University Press to resume IJM’s indexing in the Clarivate Web of Science.
New Editorial Board Members
In keeping with the goal of IJM to publish high quality research papers in all areas of mainstream mathematics, in the past year, the IJM editorial board has been expanded significantly to broaden its areas of expertise. Since August 2019, seven new members have joined the board: Scott Ahlgren (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Jayadev Athreya (University of Washington), József Balogh (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Vera Mikyoung Hur (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Sheldon Katz (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Felix Leditzky (University of Waterloo), Hanfeng Li (University of Buffalo), and Alexander Scott (University of Oxford).
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Current Issues Online
The September and December 2020 issues of IJM are available online. 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.
Volume 64(3), September 2020
- Primality of multiply connected polyominoes (Carla Mascia, Giancarlo Rinaldo, and Francesco Romeo)
- A minimization problem involving a fractional Hardy–Sobolev type inequality (Antonella Ritorto)
- Phi, primorials, and Poisson (Paul Pollock and Carl Pomerance)
- Elliptic problems and holomorphic functions in Banach spaces (Wolfgang Arendt, Manuel Bernhard, and Marcel Kreuter)
- Local rings with self-dual maximal ideal (Toshinori Kobayashi)
- Moduli spaces for dynamical systems with portraits (John R. Doyle and Joseph H. Silverman)
Volume 64(4), December 2020
- Almost everywhere convergence of prolate spheroidal series (Philippe Jaming and Michael Speckbacher)
- Lens spaces which are realizable as closures of homology cobordisms over planar surfaces (Nozomu Sekino)
- Parabolic SLr-opers (Indranil Biswas, Sorin Dumitrescu, and Christian Pauly)
- Certain *-homomorphisms on C*-algebras and sequences of semicircular elements: A Banach space view (Ilwoo Choo and Palle Jorgensen)
- Zeros of Gaussian power series with dependent random variables (Safari Mukeru, Mmboniseni Mulaudzi, Joseph Nzabanita, and Marc M. Mpanda)
- The metric theory of the pair correlation function of real-valued lacunary sequences (Zeév Rudnick and Niclas Technau)
- On derived functors of graded local cohomology modules—II (Tony J. Puthenpurakal, Sudeshna Roy, and Jyoti Singh)
- Modulated (C, α)-ergodic theorems with non-integral orders for Dunford–Schwartz operators (Takeshi Yoshimoto)
- Corrigendum to “On the homogeneous ergodic bilinear averages with Möbius and Liouville weights” (E. H. el Abdalaoui)
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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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