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International Mathematical Forum (ERA Journal)

International Mathematical Forum is an ERA accredited research journal used as part of the evaluation of the ERA research rankings.

International Mathematical Forum issn is: 1312-7594.

The field covered by International Mathematical Forum as part of the evaluation of Australian university research excellence is:

Mathematical Sciences Research Rankings (Major Field)

Other ERA-accredited journals supporting the evaluation of the Mathematical Sciences field include:

Annual Review of Materials Research
Current Applied Physics
Doklady Physics
European Physical Journal: Special Topics
Foundations of Physics: an international journal devoted to the conceptual and fundamental theories of modern physics biophysics and cosmology
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
International Journal of Management Science and Engineering Management
International Journal of Modern Physics B
Journal of Advanced Materials
Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
Lecture Notes in Mathematics
New Advances in Physics
Physics Letters A: General Physics Nonlinear Science Statistical Physics Atomic Molecular and Cluster Physics Plasma and Fluid Physics Condensed Matter Cross-disciplinary Physics Biological Physics Nanosciences Quantum Physics
Physics Today
Research in Mathematics Education

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