Comptes Rendus Mathématique is a peer-reviewed electronic journal with open access that covers all fields of the discipline: Logic, Combinatorics, Number Theory, Group Theory, Mathematical Analysis, (Partial) Differential Equations, Geometry, Topology, Dynamical systems, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Problems in Mechanics, Signal Theory, Mathematical Economics, etc.
It mainly publishes original research articles, but also special issues, review articles, historical perspectives or texts reflecting the activity of the French Academy of sciences in the field of Mathematics. Articles are written in French or English.
Comptes Rendus Mathématique follows a strict and transparent peer review policy, in a single blind process, in order to ensure the excellence of its contents:
Research published in the Comptes Rendus journals of the French Academy of Sciences must be conducted in an ethical and responsible manner and must comply with all applicable legislation, including the French Code de la propriété intellectuelle.
The French Academy of Sciences fully endorses the good research practices advocated by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
For more information about the responsibilities of each of the actors in the editorial process (authors, editors and reviewers), please read our Code of ethics and good practices.