Winner of the N.G. de Bruijn-prize, Marius Crainic, flanked by N.G. de Bruijn's daughter J.A. Dool-de Bruijn and his son F.W. de Bruijn
Sponsorship of the Fields Medal Symposium
We are proud to announce that Elsevier is a Gold Level Sponsor of the Fields Medal Symposium. The sponsorship will begin with the 2016 Symposium and will run for 8 years until the 2023 Symposium. The Fields Medal Symposium and the Fields Institute as a whole share Elsevier's recognition of the importance of mathematics to the wider world. Read more.
Funding in Mathematics
The Elsevier Mathematical Sciences Sponsorship Fund was established to support individual researchers and groups within the mathematical sciences. Proposals are welcome for single-year grants in amounts between US$600 and US$5,000.
View previous winners
Elsevier awards researchers and research organizations throughout the world who have been credited with outstanding achievements and who are making a significant contribution to the advancement of mathematical sciences. Annually we sponsor multiple awards and prizes within the mathematics community including the Mary Ellen Rudin Young Researcher Award, the ISI Karl Pearson Prize and the JMAA Ames Award amongst others. Read more.
Conferences & Meetings
We will be supporting and attending several conferences throughout the year and welcome the opportunity to meet with you. Read more.
Scientific Council for Mathematics
Our Scientific Council for Mathematics play an instrumental role in advising us on our mathematics journal program and on how we can best support the mathematics community. This council consists of senior members of the community, representing both the geographical and disciplinary diversity of mathematicians. Read more.
Open Letters to the Mathematics community
We actively listen and respond to the community. Read our series of open letters detailing changes and developments to our mathematics publishing program and wider Elsevier strategy. Read more.
Feedback from the community
Community feedback drives changes in our mathematics journals program. Please read more about this in the links below.