Comprehensive databases on conferences are available from:
- April 9, 2016.
- Texas DE Conference,
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, USA.
This conference is an annual event that brings together researchers
working on partial differential equations and related topics.
- September 19-25, 2016.
- International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied
Mathematics 2016 (ICNAAM 2016),
- September 28-30, 2016.
- 3rd Conference on Recent Trends in Nonlinear Phenomena,
Universita di Perugia, Italy
- October 26-28, 2016.
- 4th International Conference on Complex Dynamical Systems in
Life Sciences: Modeling and Analysis,
The conference focuses on the recent mathematical and computational
advances in complex dynamical systems in life sciences.
This meeting will provide a joint forum for leading applied mathematicians
and scientists actively working in the diverse fields of life sciences i
n order to exchange ideas, advance the knowledge of research,
discuss future research challenges, and explore opportunities
for collaborative exchange and education.
- The European Mathematical Information Service
- Numerical Analysis Network
- Americam Mathematical Society
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Atlas Mathematical Conference Abstracts
The number of articles published by the EJDE
each year from 2005 to 2016 are:
148, 156, 178, 165, 165, 178, 169, 240. 276, 266, 317
In 2015, we received 865 submissions, returned 417 without refere report,
rejected at least 168 with report.
(some manuscripts are rejected by our editors without notifying
the central office, hence not included in this count).
Regarding the time from submission to publication for the year 2015, we have a
Median of 124 days, and a Mean of 159 days.
The Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge
shows 0.426 for 2012, and 0.419 for 2013.
Mathematical Citation Quotient
0.34 for 2008-2012.
This is the number of citations divided by number of publications.
Metadata for this and other journals is available from
Directory of Open Access
Journals at Lund University Libraries.
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