Journal de l'École polytechnique — Mathématiques

Access to published articles

The Journal de l'École polytechnique — Mathématiques (JEP) publishes, in English or French, original research articles. It aims at reaching the best level, when compared to international mathematical journals, in all domains of applied and fundamental mathematics.

It continues, in the domain of mathematics, the Journal de l'École polytechnique, one of the oldest French scientific journals (1795–1939), which published articles in mathematics as well as in mechanics and in physics. Famous French mathematicians, as for example Appell, Catalan, Chasles, Cauchy, Fourier, Hermite, Hugoniot, Jordan, Lagrange, Laplace, P. Lévy, Liouville, S. Mandelbrojt, Monge, Painlevé, Picard, Poincaré, Poisson, Rouché, Saint Venant, signed articles in this journal. On the occasion of its centenary issue, in 1895, the journal published the fundamental paper “Analysis Situs” by Poincaré.

Access policy
The articles of the JEP are published online. The JEP adheres to the principles of Fair Open Access, is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and is a member of the Free Journal Network. As such, it follows a true Open Access policy:

  • The access is freely available on the CEDRAM platform, a program of MathDoc (CNRS and Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble)). It benefits of a high quality technical support, which allows for a wide visibility (referencing by CrossRef, MathSciNet and Zentralblatt) as well as a permanent archiving on the NUMDAM archive. Please consult the legal statement on these platforms for the conditions of use.
  • No fee is required to authors or their institutions in order to publish their work.
  • A printed volume is published yearly et and sold at a reasonable cost by the Éditions de l'École polytechnique.
  • The authors keep their rights and their work is protected by the Creative Commons license BY-ND.

This Open Access policy is made possible due to the support of various Institutions: École polytechnique, CNRS, Université Grenoble Alpes.

Best practices
The JEP adheres to the Code of practice, as detailed on Pages 2-5 of the linked document edited by the European Mathematical Society Ethics Committee.