Umalca’s journal Orbita Mathematicae publishes its first issue

Umalca’s journal Orbita Mathematicae publishes its first issue

The publication of the first issue of the journal Orbita Mathematicae of Umalca (Unión Matemática de América Latina y el Caribe) was announced by Guillermo Cortiñas, academic of the Universidad de Buenos Aires and one of its managing editors.

The journal is open access and is available for download in digital format from the MSP (Mathematical Science Publishers) website. MSP will be in charge of the publication of the journal Orbita Mathematicae, the result of an agreement signed during the year 2022 by the President of Umalca, Prof. Liliana Forzani, and Alex Scorpan, Executive Director of MSP, which becomes effective today with this first issue.

The publication includes this time the following articles: Subspaces fixed by a nilpotent matrix, by Marvin Anas Hahn, Gabriele Nebe, Mima Stanojkovski and Bernd Sturmfels; Pinwheel solutions to Schrödinger systems, by Mónica Clapp and Angela Pistoia; Counting compatible indexing systems for $C_{p^n}$, by Michael A. Hill, Jiayun Meng and Nan Li; Games for the two membranes problem, by Alfredo Miranda and Julio D. Rossi.

It is worth mentioning that researchers from the Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) of the University of Chile, Michal Kowalczyk (Differential equations) and Maya Stein (Algorithms, combinatorics) also participate as editors in this Umalca journal.


About Orbita Mathematicae

The journal Orbita Mathematicae of Umalca (Unión Matemática de América Latina y el Caribe) publishes original research articles of the highest level, both from the region and the rest of the world, and aims to position itself among the most prestigious international journals. In this way, mathematical research of the highest level in Latin America and the Caribbean has an option of publication originating in the region and of high world impact.

About MSP

MSP (Mathematical Sciences Publishers) focuses on the development of software for publishing, and on the assistance and creation of high-level scientific research publications. They publish about 20,000 pages of research per year. It is a not-for-profit publisher run by academics. They also state that, with no shareholders to pay and no corporation to fund, every dollar MSP earns stays invested in their mission: to serve the mathematical community through high quality publications at low prices, and to help others do the same. Every page they publish is a page controlled by the mathematical community, not by a large commercial interest, they point out.

Posted on Nov 29, 2023 in News