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Aims and scope
The journal publishes original research papers and survey papers in differential geometry and
in all interdisciplinary areas in mathematics that use differential geometric methods
and investigate geometrical structures. The profile of the journal is mainly determined
by the expertise of its Editors. Authors are advised to look carefully through the Editorial Board
when submitting a paper. More instructions and advice are to be found below.
EditorinChief

J. Slovák, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic,
email: slovak@math.muni.cz
Editorial board

D.V. Alekseevsky, Institute for Information Transmission Problems,
Bolshoy Karetny per. 19, build.1, Moscow 127051 Russia

J. Berndt, Dept. of Mathematics, King's College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, UK

A. Čap, Institut
für Mathematik, Universität Wien, Nordbergstraße
15, A1090 Wien, AUSTRIA

V. Cortés,
Fachbereich Mathematik, Universität Hamburg, D20355 Hamburg, Germany

B. Doubrov,
Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Belarusian State University, Nezavisimosti ave.4, 220050, Minsk, Belarus
 M.G. Eastwood, Mathematical Sciences
The University of Adelaide, School of Mathematical Sciences, SA 5005 Adelaide, Australia

T. Friedrich, Institut
fur Mathematik der HumboldtUniversitat,
Rudower Chaussee 25, D10099 Berlin, Germany

Fuquan Fang, Department of Mathematics, Capital Normal University, Beijing 100037, Peoples Republic of China

E. Garcia Rio,
Fac. de Matematicas, Campus Universitario Sur, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Codigo Universidade de Santiago, s/n., 15782 Santiago de Compostela, Spain

P.B. Gilkey, Mathematics Department,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA

S.G. Gindikin, Department of Mathematics,
Rutgers University, Hill Center, 110 Frelinghysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 088548019, USA
 M. Gotay, Pacific Institute for the
Mathematical Science, University of British Columbia, 200  1933 West
Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z2 Canada

J.M. Landsberg, Department of Mathematics,
Mailstop 3368, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 778433368,
USA

S. Merkulov, Mathematics Department,
Stockholm University, Stockholm 10691, Sweden

B. Ørsted, Department of Mathematical
Sciences, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade, DK8000 Aarhus C, Denmark

O. Rossi, Department of Mathematics, University of Ostrava, 701 03 Ostrava, Czech Republic

F. Pedit, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Lederle Graduate Research Tower,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 010039305, USA

H.B. Rademacher, Fachbereich Mathematik / Informatik, Universität Leipzig, Augustusplatz 10, 04109, Leipzig, Germany

T. Ratiu, Département
de Mathématiques, Ecole
Polytechnique Fédérale
de Lausanne, CH1015 Lausanne, Switzerland

C. Robles, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 27708, USA

Z. Shen, Department of Mathematics,
Indiana UniversityPurdue University at Indianapolis, 402 N. Blackford Street,
Indianapolis, IN 462023216, USA

J. Slovák, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Kotlářská
2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic

V. Souček, Faculty of Mathematics and
Physics, Charles University, Sokolovská 83, 186
75 Prague 8, Czech Republic

J. Stasheff,University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill Emeritus

A. Swann, Department of Mathematical
Sciences, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade, DK8000 Aarhus C, Denmark

A.M. Vinogradov, Dipartimento
di Matematica ed Informatica, Universita di
Salerno, I84100 Salerno, Italy
Editorial Assistant

Vladimíra Chudáčková, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Masaryk University, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic,
email (editorial): dga@math.muni.cz
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Email address: 
dga@math.muni.cz 
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Forthcoming papers  Differential Geometry and its Applications
I the period 2006  2013, the periodicity of the journal was one volume per year, six issues each. Since 2014, each issue is an individual volume and there are 6 volumes per year.
Here is the list of forthcoming papers for Differential Geometry and its Applications as of December 23, 2017. All papers are published at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09262245 immediately.
Volume 56
 Peng Zhu, Shouwen Fang, $L^2$ harmonic $2$forms on minimal hypersurfaces in spheres (20141208, 20141208)
 Abderazak Benroumane, Mohamed Boucetta, Aziz Idemakhen, Fourdimensional homogeneous semisymmetric Lorentzian manifolds (20160408, 20160408)
 JiaMing (Frank) Liou, Explicit solutions to the mean field equations on hyperelliptic curves of genus two (20160630, 20160630)
 Xiaorui Zhu, Yi Li, Harnack estimates for a nonlinear parabolic equation under Ricci flow (20160907, 20160907)
 HungLin Chiu, Xiuhong Feng, YenChang Huang, The differential geometry of curves in the Heisenberg groups (20160908, 20160908)
 Huabin Ge, Shijin Zhang, Liouvilletype theorems on the complete gradient shrinking Ricci solitons (20161009, 20161009)
 Matthew Gursky, Jeffrey Streets, Variational Structure of the v_kYamabe Problem (20161101, 20161101)
 Ioan Bucataru, Georgeta Cretu, Ebtsam H. Taha, Frobenius integrability and Finsler metrizability for 2dimensional sprays (20161108, 20161108)
 Shouwen Fang, Tao Zheng, Isoperimetric inequality along the twisted KählerRicci flow (20161108, 20161108)
 Ana Cláudia da Silva Moreira, Harmonically free group actions and equivariant bifurcation in the Yamabe problem (20161119, 20161119)
 Luke Cherveny, On Localizing FutakiMorita Integrals At Isolated Degenerate Zeros (20161206, 20161206)
 Dennis The, Exceptionally simple PDE (20161212, 20161212)
 Joseph A. Wolf, Homogeneity for Class of Riemannian Quotient Manifolds (20161214, 20161214)
 Corbett Redden, An alternate description of equivariant connections (20170126, 20170126)
 J. Torres Orozco, Invariant Solutions of the Yamabe equation on the KoisoCao Soliton (20170207, 20170207)
 Jonathan Herman, Noether's Theorem in Multisymplectic Geometry (20170522, 20170522)
 Xinyue Cheng, Li Yin, Tingting Li, The conformal vector fields on Kropina manifolds (20170530, 20170530)
 A. Gervasio Colares, Eudes L. de Lima, Henrique F. de Lima, Characterizations of complete CMC spacelike hypersurfaces satisfying an Okumura type inequality (20170605, 20170605)
 Xiaomei Sun, Anqiang Zhu, Backward uniqueness for the Conformal Ricci flow (20170605, 20170605)
 Lucas Seco, Luiz A. B. San Martin, Counting geodesics on compact Lie groups (20170613, 20170613)
 Matthias Ludewig, The Trace and the Mass of subcritical GJMS Operators (20170629, 20170629)
 Izu Vaismann, On hypersurfaces of generalized Kähler manifolds (20170704, 20170704)
 Elizaveta Vishnyakova, A geometric approach to $1$singular GelfandTsetlin $mathfrak {gl}_n$modules (20170707, 20170707)
Other papers
 Ryosuke Nomura, Blowup rate of the scalar curvature along the conical KahlerRicci flow with finite time singularities (20160823, 20160823)
 Luca Asselle, Marco Mazzucchelli, Closed geodesics with local homology in maximal degree on noncompact manifolds (20170702, 20170702)
 Francesco Panelli, Carolin Pomrehn, Representations of abstract copolarity one and two (20171127, 20171127)
This list is ordered by the receipt date. If a paper needs revision then the receipt
date is defined as that of submission of the final version. The receipt date basically
determines the publication date of every paper.
See other useful links (Elsevier & archive) for more information about previous volumes,
authors and keywords.