Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly

ISSN Print 1558-8599  ISSN Online 1558-8602

4 issues per year


Piotr T. Chruściel (University of Vienna)

Zhengwei Liu (Tsinghua University)

Eduard Looijenga (Tsinghua University)

Valentino Tosatti (McGill University)

Xiaokui Yang (Tsinghua University)

Publisher’s Advisor

Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University)

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Name Affiliation Contact Web page Expertise
Piotr T. Chruściel University of Vienna Link general relativity; differential geometry in physics; hyperbolic and elliptic PDEs in geometric analysis
Zhengwei Liu Tsinghua University Link operator algebras; quantum information; mathematical physics
Eduard Looijenga Tsinghua University Link algebraic geometry
Valentino Tosatti McGill University Link complex geometry; partial differential equations; geometric analysis
Xiaokui Yang Tsinghua University Link complex geometry; geometric analysis; algebraic geometry

Publisher’s Advisor

Name Affiliation Contact Web page Expertise
Shing-Tung Yau Harvard University Link

Managing Editor

Name Affiliation Contact Web page Expertise
Yitwah Cheung Tsinghua University Link ergodic theory; diophantine approximation; Teichmüller dynamics


Name Affiliation Contact Web page Expertise
Dietmar Bisch Vanderbilt University Link operator algebras; subfactors and planar algebras; quantum information theory
Tristan Collins Harvard University Link geometry and analysis; particular geometric flows; applications of algebraic geometry to analysis, and vice-versa
Henri Darmon McGill University Link algebraic number theory
Ron Donagi University of Pennsylvania Link complex algebraic geometry; Hodge theory; mirror symmetry; string theory; F-theory; QFT
Baohua Fu Institute of Mathematics, C.A.S. Link algebraic geometry
David Gabai Princeton University Link symplectic and Hamiltonian geometry; geometric quantization; quantum field theory
Xuhua He Chinese University of Hong Kong Link algebraic groups, representation theory and arithmetic geometry
Lizhen Ji University of Michigan Link Lie groups theory; homogeneous spaces
Spiro Karigiannis University of Waterloo Link differential geometry; geometric analysis
Kai-Wen Lan University of Minnesota Link arithmetic geometry
Siu-Cheong Lau Boston University Link complex algebraic geometry and symplectic geometry
Kefeng Liu University of California at Los Angeles Link differential geometry; topology; mathematical physics
Yifeng Liu Zhejiang University Link number theory; automorphic forms; algebraic geometry
Feng Luo Rutgers University Link low-dimensional topology and geometry
Nikolay Moshchevitin Moscow Lomonosov State University Link Diophantine approximation; geometry of numbers; dynamical systems; uniform distribution
Kieran O’Grady Sapienza Università di Roma Link complex algebraic geometry
Duong Phong Columbia University Link partial differential equations; complex geometry; mathematical physics
Yuri Tschinkel New York University Link algebraic geometry and number theory
Chin-Lung Wang National Taiwan University Link algebraic geometry; differential geometry; hodge theory
Xu-Jia Wang Australian National University Link elliptic and parabolic equations
Ben Weinkove Northwestern University Link elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations; complex geometry
Barak Weiss Tel Aviv University Link dynamical systems; homogeneous flows; translation surfaces; Diophantine approximation
Jonathan Weitsman Northeastern University Link symplectic and Hamiltonian geometry; geometric quantization; quantum field theory
Sijue Wu University of Michigan Link partial differential equations; mathematical analysis of incompressible fluids
Stephen S.-T. Yau Tsinghua University Link singularities; complex algebraic geometry; CR geometry; control and nonlinear filtering; coding theory; bioinformatics
Steven Morris Zelditch Northwestern University Link microlocal analysis of spectral and scattering problems on Riemannian manifolds and in Kähler geometry; statistical real and complex geometry
Shou-Wu Zhang Princeton University Link number theory; algebraic geometry
Xinwen Zhu California Institute of Technology Link geometric representation theory