Journal of Symplectic Geometry
ISSN Print 1527-5256 ISSN Online 1540-2347
4 issues per year
Denis Auroux (University of California at Berkeley)
Simon K. Donaldson (Imperial College London)
Victor Guillemin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Tomasz Mrowka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Gang Tian (Princeton University)
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The Journal of Symplectic Geometry
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