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Although our publications reflect mainly the events taking place at the CRM, we are always on the look-out for excellent new manuscripts and we heartily invite all those who would like to do so to publish with us. In this search for new manuscripts we are assisted by an Editorial Board, the members of which are:

Jerry L. Bona (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Vašek Chvatal (Concordia)
Galia Dafni (Concordia)
Donald Dawson (Carleton)
Hélène Esnault (Berlin)
Pengfei Guan (McGill)
Lisa Jeffrey (Toronto)
Ram Murty (Queens)
Christophe Reutenauer (UQAM)
Nicolai Reshetikhin (UC Berkeley)
Nicole Tomczak-Jaegermann (Alberta)
Luc Vinet (Montréal, CRM)

CRM Monograph Series
CRM Proceedings (new series), appearing in Contemporary Mathematics
CRM Proceedings and Lecture Notes (Old Series)
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Professor Galia Dafni dafni@crm.umontreal.ca, Deputy Director in charge of the Bulletin and Publication Department at CRM.

Publications are an important component of the CRM's contribution to the dissemination of research in the mathematical sciences. The CRM has two long-standing series co-published with the American Mathematical Society (AMS), the CRM Monograph Series and the CRM Proceedings (formerly CRM Proceedings and Lectures Notes, recently included in Contemporary Mathematics). Springer publishes and distributes the CRM Series in Mathematical Physics, and a few titles from the CRM were included in its Lecture Notes in Statistics series. Although most of the books issued by the CRM are now to be found in these various series, the CRM also publishes and distributes, in French and in English, through Les Publications du CRM, monographs, proceedings, lecture notes, software and videos. In addition, the CRM occasionally takes part in projects with various publishers, and distributes preprints of the papers written by its researchers.