The Annals of K-Theory (AKT) welcomes excellent research papers in all areas of K-theory in its many forms. These may include either fundamental developments in the core techniques and ideas, or else applications to other subjects. K-theory originated in Grothendieck's insight that geometric phenomena can be studied via associated categories and their invariants. Since then, K-theory has branched out in many directions, and interacts with a large assortment of fields, including algebraic geometry, the theory of motives, differential geometry, noncommutative geometry, homotopy theory, higher category theory, and many other areas of algebra, topology, geometry and analysis.

Intended to be the premier journal in K-theory and related areas, AKT is led by a prestigious editorial board, mainly former members of the board of the Journal of K-Theory. It is owned by the K-Theory Foundation and published by MSP.

AKT publishes 4 issues per year, and aims to eventually reach 1,000 pages per year.

The K-Theory Foundation acknowledges the precious support of Foundation Compositio Mathematica, whose help has been instrumental in the launch of the Annals of K-Theory.

  • ISSN: 2379-1683 (print), 2379-1691 (electronic)
  • Publisher: MSP
  • Discipline(s): Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 2016--
  • Access: Articles older than 5 years are open
  • Euclid URL: https://projecteuclid.org/akt