The CRM is happy to announce the recent launch of a new series of publications with Springer.
The volumes in the CRM Short Courses series have a primarily instructional aim, focusing on presenting topics of current interest to readers ranging from graduate students to experienced researchers in the mathematical sciences. Each text is aimed at bringing the reader at the forefront of research in a particular area or field, and can consist of one or several courses with a unified theme. The inclusion of exercises, while welcome, is not strictly required. Publications are largely but not exclusively, based on schools, instructional workshops and lecture series hosted by, or affiliated with, the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM). Special emphasis is given to the quality of exposition and pedagogical value of each text.
Mireille Bousquet-Mélou (CNRS, LaBRI, Université de Bordeaux) Antonio Córdoba Barba
(ICMAT, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Svetlana Jitomirskaya
(UC Irvine) V. Kumar Murty
(University of Toronto) Leonid Polterovich
(Tel Aviv University)
Professor Galia Dafni email@example.com, 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.