Aims and Scope of the Journal
The journal is primarily concerned with publishing original research
papers. However, a limited number of carefully selected survey or
expository papers will also be included. The mathematical focus of the
journal will be that suggested by the title, research in topology. It
is felt that it is inadvisable to attempt a definitive description of
topology as understood for this journal. Certainly the subject
includes the algebraic, general, geometric, and set-theoretic facets
of topology as well as areas of interaction between topology and other
mathematical disciplines, e.g., topological algebra, topological
dynamics, functional analysis, category theory, etc. Since the roles
of various aspects of topology continue to change, the non-specific
delineation of topics serves to reflect the current state of research
The journal occasionally publishes "Special Issues." Typically these are
centered around a particular topic, research related to the works of an
individual, or papers presented at a focused research conference.
There is a list of
Submission of manuscripts is welcome provided that the manuscript, or
any translation of it, has not been copyrighted or published and is not
being submitted for publication elsewhere. In order to facilitate the
editorial process, authors are asked to submit manuscripts to the editor
listed below whose area of expertise most closely matches the research
topic of the author's manuscript.
In case it is necessary to reassign a paper from
one editor to another, the author will be informed accordingly.
Papers may be submitted to one of the following editors using electronic
Online Submission on the Author's Gateway page for TAIA . This is generally the prefered
method for submissions. Alternately one may
send a PDF or DVI file directly to the relevant editor
(please see below for any additional instructions for electronic submission to the editors).
- Henk Bruin,
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering and
Physical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7XH, United
Dynamical systems, continuum theory, symbolic
dynamics, complex dynamics. Submissions to this editor should be made
online from the
journal's home page.
- Alex Chigogidze ,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of
North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170, U.S.A. (email@example.com):
General topology, geometric topology,
infinite-dimensional topology, geometric group theory, functional
Online submissions on the journal's home page are preferred, but it
is possible to submit directly to the editor; PDF files are preferred.
- Daciberg Lima Gonçalves,
Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de São Paulo, São
Paulo, Brazil. (firstname.lastname@example.org ):
Algebraic topology: homology, homotopy theory. This editor can only accept online
submissions made via
the journal's homepage.
- D. D. Long,
Department of Mathematics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
93106, U.S.A. (email@example.com): Topology of
manifolds: knot theory, low-dimensional manifolds, hyperbolic
geometry, Kleinian groups.
Online submissions on the journal's home page are preferred,
but it is also possible to submit directly to the editor.
instructions for direct submission to this editor.
Jan van Mill, Faculteit der Exacte Wetenschappen,
Vakgroep Wiskunde, Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1081a, 1081
HV Amsterdam, the Netherlands (firstname.lastname@example.org): General
topology, infinite dimensional topology, geometric topology, geometry of Banach
spaces, theoretical computer science.
- Jerry E. Vaughan,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170, U.S.A. (email@example.com): Set-theoretic
topology, general topology, set theory and logic, functional analysis,
theoretical computer science.
This editor can only accept online submissions made via
the journal's homepage.
Preparation of Manuscripts
Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the instructions
- Manuscripts must be in English.
- If possible, manuscripts should be prepared in a current form of TeX
(currently Latex2e and TeX are preferred), and the PDF, (DVI or PS) files
submitted electronically (the TeX file will be used by the printer). The
Elsevier-LaTeX style package is mainly useful if one wishes to see ╩what
an article might look like when published.
- If a printed (hardcopy) document is submitted, a readable duplicate copy of the manuscript must also be
submitted, and the author should retain a copy of the manuscript.
- Manuscripts must include
- The author's postal address, e-mail address, telephone number and
fax number (if available) also should be included.
- References should be listed alphabetically.
- Individual editors (listed above) may have indicated additional requirements or
information concerning submissions to them.
Complete instructions to
authors (e.g., concerning figures) may be found in the inside back cover of any recent issue of the journal,
or on the Author's Gateway page for TAIA under
Guide for Authors.