Annals of Mathematical Sciences and Applications
ISSN Print 2380-288X ISSN Online 2380-2898
2 issues per year
Thomas Yizhao Hou (California Institute of Technology)
Tze Leung Lai (Stanford University)
Wen-Wei Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Jun Liu (Harvard University)
Chi-Wang Shu (Brown University)
Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University)
Lexing Ying (Stanford University)
Tony Wen-Hann Sheu (National Taiwan University)
Weichung Wang (National Taiwan University)
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