Tbilisi Mathematical Journal
E-ISSN: 1512-0139

Editorial Interests

      • John Ball
        Elasticity theory, calculus of variations, infinite-dimensional
        dynamical systems
      • Guram Bezhanishvili
        Topology, Algebra, Categories in Logic
      • Dan Burghelea
        Differential topology, geometric analysis, K-theory
      • Alberto Cattaneo
        Symplectic and Poisson geometry, homotopical algebra in
        mathematical physics
      • Vasily Dolgushev
        Homotopy algebras, noncommutative geometry, category,
        and mathematical physics
      • Roland Duduchava
        Boundary value problems for partial differential equations,
        equations of mathematical physics, elasticity theory, Maxwell equations, pseudodifferential equations, nonlinear Boltzman equations, one
        and multilinear singular integral equations, discrete and integral
        convolution equations, approximate solutions of integral equations
      • Wojciech Gajda
        Arithmetic algebraic geometry, algebraic K-theory, number theory
      • Hvedri Inassaridze
        Homotopical algebra, K-theory, non-commutative geometry
      • George Janelidze
        Category theory, Galois theory
      • Palle E. T Jorgensen
        functional analysis, operator algebras, harmonic analysis, applied:
        mathematical physics (quantum theory), engineering
        (signal/image processing), and statistics (Gaussian processes).
      • Giorgi Khimshiashvili
        Topology, real algebraic geometry, singularity theory, nonlinear analysis
      • Emzar Khmaladze
        Homological and homotopical algebra,algebraic structures in computer sciences, mathematical cryptography
      • Mark Kon
        Mathematical physics, functional analysis, mathematical learningtheory
      • Kohji Matsumoto
        Number theory, zeta theory
      • Bachuki Mesablishvili
        Categorical methods in computer sciences, computational algebra
      • Preda Mihailescu
        Algorithmic number theory, biometry and security
      • Alexander Meskhi
        Harmonic analysis and applications in partial differential equations
      • Bojan Mohar
        Graph theory
      • Hari M. Srivastava
        Real and Complex Analysis, Fractional Calculus and Its Applications,
        Integral Equations and Transforms, Higher Transcendental
        Functions and Their Applications, q-Series and q-Polynomials, Analytic Number Theory, Analytic and Geometric Inequalities, Probability and Statistics, Inventory Modelling and Optimization.
      • Matti Vuorinen
        Analysis, geometric function theory
      • Ryszard Nest
        Homological algebra, Non-commutative geometry, K-theory.
      • Yuli Rudyak
        Algebraic topology, differential topology, symplectic topology.
      • David Natroshvili
        Theory of elasticity, wave propagation (scattering) problems, potential theory and integral equations, equations of mathematical physics.
      • Roger Plymen
        Non-commutative geometry, representation theory
      • José Gómez-Torrecillas:
        Coding theory, computational algebra
      • Colin Wilmott
        Algebra, combinatorics, and quantum coding theory, computing and cryptography
      • Franz Winkler
        Symbolic and algebraic computation (computer algebra), algebraic and differential elimination theory, algorithms in algebraic geometry, term rewriting systems, equational theorem proving
      • Efim Zelmanov
        Group theory, ring theory, Lie algebras
    • Malkhaz Bakuradze
      Algebraic topology, cobordism theory,
      Morava K-theory
    • Vladimer Baladze
      Dimension theory, geometric topology, algebraic topology, theory of continuous transformations groups.
    • Peter Bates
      Infinite-dimensional dynamical systems,
      nonlinear elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations, phase transitions, mathematical biology
    • Victor Buchstaber
      Algebraic topology, groups actions, functional equations, abelian functions in mathematical physics
    • Marta Bunge
      Category theory, topos theory, synthetic differential geometry and topology
    • Christophe Cheverry
      Linear and nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equations, propagation of singularities, nonlinear geometric optics
    • Graham Ellis
      Homological akgebra programming
    • Ross Geoghegan
      Topology and geometric group theory
    • Rostom Getsadze
      Mathematical analysis
    • Gia Giorgadze
      Quantum computing, control of quantum systems
    • Susana Ladra González:
      Algorithms and data structures analysis and design, data compression, data mining, bioinformatics
    • Marta Lewicka
      Calculus of Variations, PDEs, Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis
    • Benedikt Löwe
      Mathematical logic, foundations of mathematics, mathematical foundations of computer science
    • Jean-Francois Lafont
      Geometric group theory, topology.
    • Kirill Mackenize
      Lie algebroids an Lie groupoids, Poisson geometry and associated structures.
    • Marco Grandis
      Category theory, homotopy theory
    • Joseph Gubeladze
      Combinatorial commutative algebra, Homological and K-theoretical aspects of algebraic combinatorics, Lattice polytopes and related discrete structures
    • Graham Hall
      Mathematical relativity theory, differential geometry
    • John E. Harper
      Homotopy theory, algebraic topology,
      structured ring spectra, Goodwillie calculus
    • Olga Holtz
      Numerical analysis, matrix theory, algebra
      and combinatorics, computational complexity
    • Nick Inassaridze
      Homological and homotopical algebra, cyclic homology,Cryptography, machine learning,
      steganography and watermarking, applied algebra
    • Delaram Kahrobaei
      Algebraic cryptography, applied algebra
    • Manfred Kolster
      Algebraic number theory, algebraic K-theory
    • Pekka Koskela
      Geometric analysis
    • Temur Kutsia
      Unification, rule-based programming, rewriting, automated reasoning, symbolic computation techniques
      for unranked terms and hedges
    • Tomas Recio
      Automated theorem proving,
      computer algebra, dynamic geometry, computational geometry, computational algebraic geometry, real algebraic and analytic geometry, mathematics education