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Geometry & Topology

Geometry & Topology (ISSN 1364-0380 online, 1465-3060 printed) is a peer-refereed, international mathematics research journal devoted to geometry and topology, and their applications. It is currently based at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, and published by Mathematical Sciences Publishers, a nonprofit academic publishing organisation.

It was founded in 1997 by a group of topologists who were dissatisfied with recent substantial rises in subscription prices of journals published by major publishing corporations. The aim was to set up a high-quality, open access journal, capable of competing with existing journals, but with substantially lower subscription fees.

The journal has grown to be well-respected in its field, and has in recent years published a number of important papers, in particular proofs of the Property P conjecture and the Birman conjecture.

Full-text PDF and Postscript versions of all journal articles are available via the journal's website, and are also deposited in the arXiv. A traditional printed version is also published, at present on an annual basis.

Academic editors

The current academic editors of the journal are:

* Joan Birman, Columbia University

* Martin Bridson, Imperial College, London

* Jim Bryan, University of British Columbia

* Gunnar Carlsson, Stanford University

* Bennett Chow, University of California, San Diego

* Ralph Cohen, Stanford University

* Tobias Colding, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

* Simon Donaldson, Imperial College, London (Fields medallist)

* William Dwyer, University of Notre Dame

* Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford University

* Benson Farb, University of Chicago

* Steve Ferry, Rutgers University

* Ronald Fintushel, Michigan State University

* Michael Freedman, Microsoft (Fields medallist)

* David Gabai, Princeton University

* Paul Goerss, Northwestern University

* Lothar Göttsche, International Centre for Theoretical Physics

* Thomas Goodwillie, Brown University

* Cameron Gordon, University of Texas

* Eleny Ionel, Stanford University

* Vaughan Jones, University of California, Berkeley (Fields medallist)

* Robion Kirby, University of California, Berkeley

* Frances Kirwan, University of Oxford

* Peter Kronheimer, Harvard University

* Wolfgang Lück, Muenster University

* Wolfgang Metzler, University of Frankfurt

* Haynes Miller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

* Shigeyuki Morita, University of Tokyo

* John Morgan, Columbia University

* Tomasz Mrowka, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

* Walter Neumann, Columbia University

* Jean-Pierre Otal, Université d'Orléans

* Peter Ozsvath, Columbia University

* Leonid Polterovich, Tel Aviv University

* Colin Rourke, University of Warwick

* Ronald Stern, University of California, Irvine

* Peter Teichner, University of California, Berkeley

* Gang Tian, Princeton University

Links

* Geometry & Topology

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