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Travaux Mathématiques

The Department of Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg publishes the journal "Travaux mathématiques". It is edited by an international committee. All articles are peer-reviewed. Even though the main focus of the journal is on original research articles, surveys and historical studies are also welcome.


  • Martin Schlichenmaier (University of Luxembourg)


University of Luxembourg, Campus Kirchberg
Department of Mathematics
6, avenue de la Fonte
L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette
Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Email: martin.schlichenmaier@uni.lu

Associate Editors

  • Jean Ludwig (University of Lorraine - Metz)
  • Martin Olbrich (University of Luxembourg)
  • Giovanni Peccati (University of Luxembourg)
  • Norbert Poncin (University of Luxembourg)
  • Anton Thalmaier (University of Luxembourg)
  • Gabor Wiese (University of Luxembourg)

Editorial Board

  • Bachir Bekka (University of Rennes)
  • Martin Bordemann (University of Haute Alsace, Mulhouse)
  • Johannes Huebschmann (University of Lille)
  • Pierre Lecomte (University of Liège)
  • Jiang-Hua Lu (University of Hong Kong)
  • Raymond Mortini (University of Lorraine, Metz)
  • Claude Roger (University Claude Bernard, Lyon)
  • Izu Vaisman (University of Haifa)
  • Alain Valette (University of Neuchâtel)
  • Robert Wolak (Jagellonian University, Cracov)
  • Ping Xu (Penn State University, USA)

Instructions to authors

Currently we focus on topical volumes with invited contributions. These contributions need to be submitted electronically to the relevant editor of the specific topical volume. They have to be submitted in English, French, or German on approval of the editor.

The submissions have to be written using the style templates of the journal. The templates can be downloaded here:  tex file or text file.



The running subscriptions will be served also in future.

The content of the journal is open-access and can be downloaded using the links below.

In case printed volumes are desired, we recommend to buy them via amazon. Depending on the volume and availability, we might be able to provide you with a free copy. Please send your request to math.office@uni.lu, indicating your address and the volume you are interested in.


Current Volumes (2017)