The journal Mathematica was founded in 1929 at the University of Cluj by Petre Sergescu.
The publication of the journal was interrupted between 1948 and 1959.
Since 1959 Mathematica is published as a new series, continuing the traditions of the old one,
under the auspicies of the Romanian Academy.
It appears in one volume a year, consisting of 2 issues with a total average number of pages yearly of 200.
The journal is reviewed or indexed by Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, Mathematical Reviews and Scopus.
Mathematica publishes original papers, preferably written in English, but also in French, German or Italian, in any area of pure and applied mathematics. The topics cover all branches of Mathematics: Algebra, Group Theory, Lie Algebras, Logic, Combinatorics, Number Theory, Mathematical Analysis, Functional Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Potential Theory, Complex Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Optimal Control, Geometry, Algebraic Geometry, Topology, Dynamical Systems, Probability Theory, Statistics, Mathematical Physics, Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Calculus of Variations, Mathematical Problems in Sciences, Operational Research.
addition to research papers, Mathematica publishes proceedings of
international conferences held in Romania and survey articles. The
Editors will put strong emphasis on originality and applicability of
the results. All manuscripts are strictly refereed and only papers of
high quality are accepted for publication.
The journal is addressed to all pure and applied mathematics and to other specialists interested in modern developments of mathematics and in using mathematics in research, teaching and technology.