Tbilisi Mathematical Journal
E-ISSN: 1512-0139

Tbilisi Mathematical Journal (TMJ) is a fully refereed international journal, publishing original research papers in all areas of mathematics. Papers should satisfy high standards and only works of high quality will be recommended for publication. The Management Committee may occasionally decide to invite the submission of survey and expository papers of the highest quality. Unsolicited submissions of survey and expository papers will not be considered for publication.

The Editorial Board of TMJ consists of well-known international experts in the fields covering most important areas of mathematics. The editors and a rigorous refereeing procedure will ensure the highest international standards.

Tbilisi Mathematical Journal is handled electronically by Project Euclid Publishers of Cornell University Library and Duke University Press (USA) https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.tbilisi

The Collection of Special Issues is co-published with De Gruyter – Sciendo Publishers


High visibility: Indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI – Web of Science) and Zentralblatt MATH.

Indexed in Master Journal list, Web of Science

Tbilisi Mathematical Journal is owned by Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences.

Tbilisi Mathematical Journal is supported by Georgian National Academy of Sciences (science.org.ge) and is covered by the following services:

  • Clarivate Analytics – Emerging Sources Citation Index
  • Clarivate Analytics – Web of Science
  • CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructurte)
  • EBSCO (relevant databases)
  • Google Scholar
  • MathSciNet
  • Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory/ulrichsweb
  • Zentralblatt Math (zbMATH)
  • Harvard Library E-journals
  • Stanford University Libraries
TMJ is focused on the following areas of pure mathematics:
Algebra, topology, mathematical analysis, function theory, differential equations


On January 2018 TMJ has opened a section on computational mathematics which will be focused on
Mathematical cryptography, symbolic computation, homological algebra programming, computer algebra and topology, term rewriting systems