Description
The Ramanujan Journal publishes original papers of the highest quality in all areas of mathematics influenced by Srinivasa Ramanujan. His remarkable discoveries have made a great impact on several branches of mathematics, revealing deep and fundamental connections.
The following prioritized listing of topics of interest to the journal is not intended to be exclusive but to demonstrate the editorial policy of attracting papers which represent a broad range of interest:
Hypergeometric and basic hypergeometric series (qseries) * Partitions, compositions and combinatory analysis * Circle method and asymptotic formulae * Mock theta functions * Elliptic and theta functions * Modular forms and automorphic functions * Special functions and definite integrals * Continued fractions * Diophantine analysis including irrationality and transcendence * Number theory * Fourier analysis with applications to number theory * Connections between Lie algebras and qseries.
Editorial Board
EditorinChief:
Krishnaswami Alladi
Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
Coordinating Editors:
Bruce Berndt
Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA
Frank Garvan
Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
Editorial Board:
George Andrews
The Pennsylvania State University
Richard Askey
University of Wisconsin
Frits Beukers
Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht
Jonathan Borwein
Dalhousie University
Peter Borwein
Simon Fraser University
David Bressoud
Macalester College
Heng Huat Chan
National University of Singapore
Peter Elliott
University of Colorado
George Gasper
Northwestern University
Dorian Goldfeld
Columbia University
Basil Gordon
University of California at Los Angeles
Andrew Granville
Universit¨¦ de Montr¨¦al
Mourad Ismail
University of Central Florida
Marvin Knopp
Temple University
James Lepowsky
Rutgers University
Lisa Lorentzen
The Norwegian Institute of Technology
Barry McCoy
State University of New York, Stony Brook
JeanLouis Nicolas
Universit¨¦ Claude Bernard
Ken Ono
University of Wisconsin
G¨¦rald Tenenbaum
Universit¨¦ Henri Poincar¨¦Nancy1
Michel Waldschmidt
Universit¨¦ P. et M. Curie (Paris VI)
Don Zagier
Max Planck Instit¨¹t f¨¹r Mathematik
Doron Zeilberger
Rutgers University

