Covering a large spectrum from modeling to qualitative analysis and computational methods, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae contains papers on different aspects of the relationship between theory and applications, ranging from descriptive papers on actual applications meeting contemporary mathematical standards to proofs of new and deep theorems in applied mathematics.
Responding to the ever more elaborate and deep rooted connections between probability theory and other fields of mathematics as well as the important role that probability plays in stochastic modelling across, for example, the physical, biological, engineering and economic sciences, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae would like to encourage a greater contribution to its portfolio of published material that is underpinned by probability theory.
From January 2011, I have taken on the role of Corresponding Editor with the primary function of dealing with probabilistic submissions. Amongst the supporting editorial board are to be found Robert Dalang (EPFL, Switzerland), Ben Hambly (Oxford University, UK) and Ioannis Kontoyiannis (Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece) in the direction of probability as well as Svetlana Boyarchenko (University of Texas at Austin, USA) and Arturo Kohatsu-Higa (Osaka University, Japan) in the direction of mathematical finance.
Because Acta Applicandae Mathematicae receives submissions from a broad range of mathematical disciplines, all papers will be refereed to a very high standard. Recent examples of material that has been published include: