Ken Ono on the journal Research in the Mathematical Sciences

You may have seen stories about umbral moonshine in the news recently. You might not have also seen an article by the topic’s pioneers in Research in the Mathematical Sciences, one of SpringerOpen’s ambitious new journals.

Ken Ono of Emory University, Editor of Research in the Mathematical Sciences and Research in Number Theory
Ken Ono of Emory University, Editor of Research in the Mathematical Sciences and Research in Number Theory
Ken Ono of Emory University, Editor of Research in the Mathematical Sciences and Research in Number Theory

You may have seen stories about umbral moonshine in the news recently. You might not have also seen an article by the topic’s pioneers in one of SpringerOpen’s ambitious new journals.

About a year ago, SpringerOpen launched Research in the Mathematical Sciences, an ambitious, broad-range mathematics journal headed up by Ken Ono, the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics at Emory University. (Bjorn Engquist at UT Austin, Daivd Shmoys at Cornell, and Yuri Tschinkel at NYU round out the Editors-in-Chief slate.)

But instead of me bloviating about it, why don’t I let Professor Ono tell you all about the journal?

(This is from a podcast recorded with Mike Breen of the American Mathematical Society—the link to the podcast on the Joint Math Meeting web site is http://jointmathematicsmeetings.org/meetings/national/jmm2015/jmm2015-springer.mp3.)

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