About the Journal
The main objective of the journal MathematicS in Action is to promote the interactions between Mathematics and other sciences by publishing papers at their interfaces written by at least two authors: a mathematician and a specialist in another scientific community (biology, medicine, economy, computer science, physics, chemistry, mechanics, environnemental sciences, engineering sciences, etc.).
The papers deal with modelling, analysis and validation of models, numerical methods and/or experimental methods. They must comprise a mathematical part and either numerical or experimental results. They also must be useful and globally accessible to their authors' scientific communities.
MathematicS in Action publishes 1 issue per year.
Mathematics in Action follows a true Open Access policy:
- Mathematics in Action provides immediate (at the same time the printed version appears), permanent and free online open access to all its content.
Submission, acceptance and publication dates are made available on the PDF format for each paper.
- No subscription is needed to access the articles, and no download fees are charged.
- Authors are not charged for publication in this journal (no APC), and the journal does not request any submission fee nor any article processing fee.
- All copyright is retained by authors.
- Starting from 2020, all content is licensed under the Creative Commons BY 4.0 Attribution license (CC BY 4.0). The CC BY license allows users to share (copy, distribute and transmit) and remix (adapt) the contribution including for commercial purposes, providing they mention the author or licensor.
The metadata are available via an OAI-PMH server.
To ensure a long term preservation and access to the journal content, it will be stored in the CLOCKSS archive.
The refereeing process for a submitted paper involves a mathematician and a specialist in the other concerned domain.
To be accepted, a paper must be of the highest scientific quality, original, and strongly interdisciplinary.
Mathematics in Action adheres to the Code of practice, as detailed on Pages 2-5 of the linked document edited by the European Mathematical Society Ethics Committee.
The journal acknowledges the support of the Centre Mersenne and of the SMAI, Société de Mathématiques Appliquées et Industrielles.