Since 1865 the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society has been publishing significant research, with particular emphasis on pure mathematics. The articles that appear in the Proceedings are of high quality, are well written and appeal to a broad mathematical audience. The Proceedings welcomes submissions of any length, including short papers of especially high merit.
The Proceedings is now in its Third Series. It is published monthly with articles published individually on line prior to appearing in a printed issue. The journal is wholly owned and managed by the London Mathematical Society. From 2017 it has been typeset, printed and distributed on the Society's behalf by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Read Published papers online
Online Archive of all issues published 1865–present
The first issue of each year is made freely available to all for the duration of that year as a sample issue.
Papers can be submitted electronically; see here for details.
When preparing the paper for submission, consider using
lms.cls. Upon acceptance, authors will typically agree to assign copyright to the Society unless they opt for the Gold Open Access route . See sample copyright form.
The London Mathematical Society has an ethical policy for its journals, including guidance on the expected behaviour of authors, referees and editors. The full policy can be found here.
Click here to subscribe to this journal or renew your current subscription.
LMS Members can subscribe to free online access to the Proceedings of the LMS on the understanding that they are for the personal use of members, not for libraries. Members can subscribe by logging into their LMS Membership Profile or by sending the annual membership renewal form directly to the London Mathematical Society.
Statement on Pricing Policy
The Society recognizes the importance of the dissemination of mathematical knowledge and the issues of rising costs, growth in research output and falling library budgets. The Society will retain the objective of increasing its support for mathematical activities and consequent benefits to the mathematical community in the UK and internationally. Within these parameters, the Council of the Society will apply a fair and reasonable pricing policy with respect to its publications.
The Proceedings is a hybrid journal with standard subscription access as the default, and a paid Gold Open Access option.
Gold Open Access
The author pays an Article Publication Charge and the article is immediately freely available online for all to read, download, and share. The current APC for the Journal is $3000.
CC-BY (Creative Commons Attribution License)
CC-BY-NC (Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial License)
CC-BY-NC-ND (Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial No Derivative Works License)
Green open access/ self-archiving
The author, institution or publisher places a version of the article online in a repository or website after publishing in a subscription-based journal – making it freely available to everyone.
Authors may (continue to) post electronic versions of their article up to the version initially accepted for publication‡ on the author’s personal website, in a not-for-profit subject-based preprint server or repository, or in a Scholarly Collaboration Network (SCN) that has signed up to the STM article sharing principles, or in the author’s company/ institutional repository or archive. This right extends to both intranets and the Internet. The accepted version must be accompanied by a legend as follows: “This is the accepted version of the following article: FULL CITE, which has been published in final form at [Link to final article].”
‡ For articles published with the paid Open Access option, this extends to the final, published version.
Your funder or institution may require you to publish gold or green open access. Wiley has an Author Compliance Tool to check the policies of your funder or institution. Some funders have an arrangment to suimplify the payment of APCs . Deatails of Wiley's agreements with major funders can be found on their Funder Agreements page.
Please email the LMS Publications Staff via email@example.com if you have any questions.
Submitted by Ola Tornkvist on 6 December, 2018 11:50