[FOM] Last message from NSM2006: good news!
NSM2006 'Nonstandard Methods' Congress
nsm2006 at mail.dm.unipi.it
Thu Sep 14 11:38:23 EDT 2006
this is the last message to the mailing list of NSM2006,
"Nonstandard Methods and Applications in Mathematics".
There are good news.
As a result of a discussions that took place in Pisa,
Springer offered to launch a new journal entitled
"LOGIC AND ANALYSIS", that will explicitly welcome papers
in nonstandard analysis. I copy below a message from
Nigel Cutland, the Editor in Chief.
I also inform you that the web site of the conference
has been updated.
Almost all slides of talks are now downloadable as
pdf files, from the "Abstract" section:
You can also download a few pictures taken at NSM2006
(courtesy of Natalia Martins and Liliana Costa)
I take the chance of this last message to thank
the Scientific Committee for their precious and
generous work, all participants and anyone who
helped making NSM2006 a success.
See you next time!
Mauro Di Nasso
(chair organizer of NSM2006)
Nigel Cutland's message:
As a result of dicussions that took place at NSM2006 in Pisa,
Springer are about to announce the launch of a new journal
"LOGIC AND ANALYSIS"
Although not dedicated exclusively to papers in nonstandard analysis,
Logic and Analysis (L&A) will explicitly welcome high quality papers
in nonstandard analysis. It will also welcome papers in other areas
of interaction between logic and mathematics.
L&A is intended to be a natural home for quality papers in
nonstandard analysis as well as other interactions between logic
and the rest of mathematics.
The official announcement about L&A is expected shortly, with details
of the Editorial Board and Aims and Scope. It is anticipated that
papers submitted for possible publication in L&A will be sent in the
first instance to the Editor-in-Chief who will assign it to a member
of the editorial board to oversee the refereeing process.
The intention is to ensure that L&A quickly gets a reputation as a
high quality journal.
Papers that fit within the aims and scope of L&A are most welcome;
indeed the success of the journal depends on a good supply of quality
papers from our area.
Please feel free to get back to me if you would like any further
Logic and Analysis.
Professor Nigel Cutland
University of York
e-mail: nc507 at york.ac.uk (Home: nigelcutland at btinternet.com)
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