The EMS Newsletter is the journal of record of the European Mathematical Society and is one of the most widely read periodicals in Europe dealing with matters of interest to the mathematical community. The Newsletter features articles outlining current trends in the mathematical sciences, interviews with mathematicians, reports on the life and the initiatives of the EMS and its member societies, announcements and reports on meetings and conferences, and many other issues.
The Newsletter appears four times a year (March, June, September, December). It is sent to all individual members of the EMS, approximately 2500 mathematicians, and to mathematical institutes and member societies. The Newsletter of the EMS is therefore an excellent medium for companies and institutions to advertise products and services to the community of mathematicians, statisticians, computer scientists, engineers, and other professionals who are regular readers of this popular publication.
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