Foundation Nagoya Mathematical Journal


The Foundation Nagoya Mathematical Journal is the non-profit owner of Nagoya Mathematical Journal. Its purpose is to publish research papers and monographs in all areas of pure mathematics and to support and promote mathematics and mathematical research worldwide. The journal, which was founded in 1950 by a group led by Tadashi Nakayama, endeavors to publish original research papers of the highest quality, covering a broad range of pure mathematics. It is published on behalf of the foundation by Cambridge University Press, in print and electronic versions, and is hosted online at Cambridge Core.

The foundation uses the proceeds from the publication of the journal to support mathematics via subsidies for mathematical conferences and other initiatives. Applications for support should be sent to support@foundation-nagoya-mathematical-journal.org and should include a clear description of purpose, a budget, and the amount of support applied for. The foundation's board usually discusses applications once a year in May.

The board of the foundation has the following members:

The foundation is registered in Japan with address

and an abbreviated version of its charter is available here.

Finally, this privacy notice enumerates the ways in which the foundation collects and uses personal data.