Mathematical societies

Kiev Mathematical Society EMIS Information server of European Mathematical Society AMS American Mathematical Society Mathematics Departments, Societies and Centers the lists of mathematics web sites around the world maintained by David Sibley at Penn State University

Mathematical resources

The Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics Mathematical ForumKMS' Mathematical forum MathSciNet Math. Reviews online search. Institute access: Zentralblatt MATH Mathematical Reviews database EULER Free matematical reviews database EBSCO EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service (EJS) is your gateway to thousands of e-journals containing millions of articles from hundreds of different publishers, all at one web site. The Los Alamos Mathematics Archive (see also mirrors: mirror in UK, mirror in Germany)
Springer online journals fulltext access (local users only)Blackwell online journals fulltext access (local users only) Mathematics Journals Lists mathematics journals that are online plus web sites for printed journals MathCalendar AMS website for mathematical meetings around the world Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society Free access (local users only) Representation Theory Free access (local users only) Conformal Geometry and Dynamic Free access (local users only) Mathematics of Computation Free access (local users only) Free electronic math. books Mathematics Preprint and e-Print Servers All mathematical preprint and e-print servers throughout the world. Provides mathematicians with a tool to find any of these servers in order to browse the articles posted on them and, in many cases, to post an article to the server itself PrePRINT Network Another collection of preprint sites, including preprints provided by individual scientists MathematicsWeb A new project by Elsevier Science offering services Preprint ServerWho Cites Who, Electronic Submission for Authors for over 55 mathematics Elsevier journals Employment Opportunities in the Mathematical Sciences Mathematical Subject Classification (MSC) The classification used by Mathematical Reviews (MR) and Zentralblatt fur Mathematik (Zbl) since the beginning of 2000 The Mathematics Genealogy Project the data base, which already contains more than 56.000 names of mathematicians. Now, many professors and students of math can learn the identities of their so-called siblings (other students who studied under their graduate advisors), aunts and uncles (siblings of their advisors), or cousins (students who studied under their aunts and uncles)

Other resources

The Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine

Grant opportunities

CRDF Cooperative research grants INTAS Science support program NATO Science programs List of grants and postdocs fellowships

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