Ars Mathematica Contemporaneaprint
Ars Mathematica Contemporanea (AMC) is a platinum open access journal that was founded in 2008. It publishes high-quality articles in contemporary mathematics that arise from the discrete and concrete mathematics paradigm. It favors themes that combine at least two different fields of mathematics. In particular, papers intersecting discrete mathematics with other branches of mathematics, such as algebra, geometry, topology, theoretical computer science, and combinatorics are most welcome. The name of the journal was chosen carefully. Symmetry is certainly a theme that is quite welcome to the journal, as it is through symmetry that mathematics comes closest to art. The name emphasizes that work, skill and art (three possible translations of the word ars, as exemplified by the well known proverbs Ars longa vita brevis and Ars sine sciencia nihil est) are necessary to produce good contemporary mathematics, and that applications and connections should encompass a large variety – including art.
AMC is published by the University of Primorska in collaboration with IMFM, the Slovenian Discrete and Applied Mathematics Society and the Slovenian Society of Mathematicians, Physicists and Astronomers.
In 2015 the Ars Mathematica Contemporanea Journal (AMC) was ranked as the best Slovene scientific journal. Its impact factor for 2015 was 0.985, which landed the journal in the top quartile for scientific journals in the field of mathematics.
This journal was launched in 2008 by Tomaž Pisanski and Dragan Marušič. Together with an international editorial team they are still managing the journal.
Journal homepage: https://amc-journal.eu/