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Project Euclid is jointly managed by Cornell University Library and Duke University Press. It was originally created to provide a platform for small scholarly publishers of mathematics and statistics journals to move from print to electronic in a cost-effective way. Over 20 years later, Euclid continues to support independent publishing and strives to resist the consolidation and commercialization of scholarly communications.
Project Euclid hosts over 100 publications from around the world, including some of the most distinguished in their fields. Through a combination of support by subscribing libraries and participating publishers, 80% of the papers hosted on Project Euclid are openly available.
Annals of Mathematics joins Project Euclid in 2022
The Annals of Mathematics, one of the world's leading mathematics journals, is now hosted on the Project Euclid platform. The Annals is published by the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University with the cooperation of the Institute for Advanced Study. It will be distributed in partnership with Duke University Press.
Project Euclid and SPIE announce publishing technology partnership
Project Euclid and SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, announced today a publishing technology partnership to launch a new Project Euclid platform late in 2020. Project Euclid, jointly managed by Cornell University Library and Duke University Press, is an online host and aggregator of over 100 scholarly journals, book series, and conference proceedings in mathematics and statistics. SPIE will develop and power Project Euclid’s new platform in an innovative technology model that brings nonprofit organizations together for the shared development of major publishing infrastructure.
Over the next year, Project Euclid will communicate closely with librarians, researchers, publishers, and discovery services to ensure a smooth platform migration.
(Communications in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science)
(Journal of Geometry and Symmetry in Physics)
(Communications in Information & Systems)
(Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic)
(Journal of Symbolic Logic)
(Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics)
(Duke Mathematical Journal)
(Tohoku Mathematical Journal)
(Annals of Statistics)