Atlantis Studies in Mathematical Physics: Theory
(ISSN: 2211-8063 (online), 2211-8055 (print))
Department of Engineering Science and Mathematics
Lulea University of Technology
SE-971 87 Lulea, Sweden
Denis Blackmore (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA)
Adrian Constantin (University of Vienna, Austria)
Giuseppe Gaeta (University of Milan, Italy)
Martin Oberlack (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)
Thomas Wolf (Brock University, Canada)
Enrique Reyes (Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile)
The aim of this book series is to publish high quality monographs in mathematical physics
of both theoretical and applied subjects. The main topics are listed below. We expect the
books of this series to reflect the current state of the art of some of the popular ongoing
research topics in mathematical physics. In addition we aim to focus on books that make
some of the abstract theories and methodologies accessible to applied scientists, such as
biologists and engineers, including the graduate students in the subjects.
The series is seeking high quality, original and comprehensive edited or authored text books, lecture notes, conference proceedings, monographs, case studies on topics leveraging all aspects of linear and nonlinear mathematical physics.
Topics include: Methods and applications of nonlinear differential and difference equations, classification and applications of integrable systems, integrability and geometry, dynamical systems,
many-body problems, special functions of mathematical physics and q-analysis, symmetry analysis of differential- and difference equations, computer algebra and quantum computing with applications, supersymmetries, representations and Lie algebras, nonlinear mathematical biology, including biophysics and mathematical theory of evolution,
problems in applied mathematics, fluid dynamics, engineering sciences and financial mathematics.
The series aims at publishing original research monographs.
We aim at offering a fast turnaround time so that the books in this series will be published in a timely manner. Furthermore, the books will be reasonably priced, allowing them to be bought not only by institutional buyers but also by interested individuals, thus exposing the books to the widest possible audience.
As of January 2017 all books in this series are promoted, distributed and sold by Amsterdam University Press and Chicago University Press, both as e-books and in print.
The eBook will become freely available 18 months after publication for all to download and use.
The series as a whole has as an ISSN-number, where each individual volume will have its own ISBN-number.
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