Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering

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Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering

An Open Access Journal

Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering is converting to Open Access from its 2022 volume.

As of 1 January 2022 Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering (AMSE) will be the updated title for what was previously Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering. The journal has been successful for many years and with this bold move it will simultaneously convert to an Open Access publishing model, whilst expanding upon its strong scientific record by covering a wide range of applied mathematics across science, technology, medicine, and engineering in a very broad sense.

Under the stewardship of new Editor Martin Bohner, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Missouri University of Science and Technology, the journal has a bold new vision which will focus on publishing leading global research from all areas of mathematical methods including their applications in varied fields including biology, medicine, finance, economics, computer science, physics, and engineering.

The journal will focus on rapid peer review, innovative and novel research, whilst encouraging submissions from as diverse a community as possible. The editorial board is currently being substantially refreshed and strengthened in line with the journal’s expanded and ambitious scope, and will ensure leading researchers from around the globe direct all peer review, ensuring high quality articles with broad reach and strong impact.

This conversion to Open Access ensures that the research published in AMSE will be disseminated internationally with no barriers to access. This, combined with the market-leading web platform provided by Taylor & Francis, our innovative communications strategies, and a dedicated AMSE communications account, will mean that all authors who chose to publish in AMSE will reach the widest possible audience.

More about the journal

Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering (AMSE) is an international research journal which publishes top-level work from all areas of mathematical methods including their applications to different fields such as biology, medicine, finance, economics, computer science, physics, and engineering.

Meet the Editor

Martin Bohner is the Curators’ Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri, USA. He received the BS (1989) and MS (1993) in Econo-mathematics and PhD (1995) from University Ulm, Germany, and MS (1992) in Applied Mathematics from San Diego State University. He was a Postdoc, sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, at National University of Singapore (1997) and at San Diego State University (1998). Martin Bohner is a Past President of ISDE, the International Society of Difference Equations.

His research interests center around differential, difference, and dynamic equations as well as their applications to economics, finance, biology, physics, and engineering. He is the author of six textbooks and more than 300 publications, Editor-in-Chief of six international journals, and Associate Editor for almost 100 international journals. His work has been cited more than 17000 times in the literature, including more than 5000 citations of his book “Dynamic Equations on Time Scales: An Introduction with Applications”, co-authored with Professor Allan Peterson. His h-index is 58, and his i10-index is 216. Professor Bohner’s honors at Missouri S&T include five Faculty Excellence Awards, one Faculty Research Award, and eight Teaching Awards.

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Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering is particularly interested in receiving manuscripts on:

• Differential equations (e.g., ordinary, partial, impulsive, fractional, delay, functional)
• Difference equations, dynamic equations, dynamical systems
• Integral equations
• Control and optimization
• Inverse problems
• Scientific computing and numerical analysis
• Computational mathematics and data science

Submitted papers must be correct and well written, containing new, original, and nontrivial results.

ASME actively encourages special issues in areas covered by the aim and scope. Please contact the Editor-in-Chief with special issue proposals in the first instance.

Choose Open Research

Submit to our special issues

Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering publishes frequent special issues.

Click to find out more about our latest special issue call for papers.

Why publish open access?

  • Increase the visibility and readership of your research by publishing in a fully open access journal.

  • Make an impact beyond the academy by making your article accessible to anyone, anywhere (including readers in industry and even policy-makers).

  • Benefit from format-free submission, saving you more time for your research.

  • Freely share your work with no restrictions or paywall.

  • Retain ownership of your research through our unrestrictive publishing agreements.

  • Discounts and waivers for researchers in developing countries are available. The journal will also consider requests for discretionary APC waivers. Find out if your institution or country has an open access agreement to publish with us.

    Read the latest research

    Navigate the links below to read a selection of popular recent open access articles from the journal for free.

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    Questions about open access?

    Find out more about the publishing process for open access journals at our dedicated site for the step-by-guide to publication.

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    Ready to submit?

    Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering is welcoming submissions. Find out how to submit your paper by reading the Instructions for Authors.

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    “Contaminant transport analysis under non-linear sorption in a heterogeneous groundwater system” by Rashmi Radha, Rakesh Kumar Singh, and Mritunjay Kumar Singh (2022) https://t.co/o3fnejIhwd https://t.co/7Xf8fahrpw
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