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New Editors

New Editors

  • Date29 June 2020

Two of our professors join journal editorial boards.


Professor Rainer Dietmann has become one of the editors of the Ramanujan Journal.  The Ramanujan journal, founded in 1997 and published by Springer, is a well known venue for high quality papers in mathematical areas influenced by the great mathematician Ramanujan, in particular Number Theory, the circle method, combinatorics, modular forms and quadratic forms.

Professor Dietmann joins an illustrious group of mathematicians including the fields medallist Manjul Bhargava.

Professor Simon Blackburn has been appointed to the editorial board of the new journal Mathematical Cryptology. The journal is a forum for original research articles connecting Mathematics and Cryptology, and follows a diamond open access model (free of charge for readers and authors):

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