International Press of Boston

International Press of Boston, Inc. is a scholarly publishing company founded in 1992, and based in Somerville, Massachusetts (near to Harvard University).

The Press currently publishes twenty-two journals dealing with various fields of academic mathematics research, including a journal of statistics (Statistics and Its Interface), a journal on applications of geometry to computer imaging (Geometry, Imaging and Computing), a Chinese-language journal, Mathematics, Science, History and Culture (數理人文), and two annual books (Surveys in Differential Geometry and Current Developments in Mathematics).

They also publish high-level mathematics and mathematical physics book titles, including monographs, textbooks, and several long-running book series.

Beginning in 2017, the Press will be the exclusive producer and distributor (in print and online) of the venerable journals Acta Mathematica and Arkiv för Matematik, by arrangement with their owner and publisher, the Institut Mittag-Leffler, of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

International Press draws its editors and authors from a worldwide network of talent which includes many of the most notable and important mathematicians in their respective fields.

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