Homology, Homotopy and Applications
ISSN Print 1532-0073 ISSN Online 1532-0081
2 issues per year
Gunnar Carlsson (Stanford University, U.S.A.)
Donald Davis (Lehigh University, U.S.A.)
J. Daniel Christensen (University of Western Ontario, Canada)
Martin Crossley (Swansea University, United Kingdom)
Submit your paper for consideration to: https://ef.msp.org/submit/ip_hha
MSC Codes. Your submission should include relevant Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) codes.
Authoring Template/Instructions: Available here.
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Copyright: Author has the option to retain copyright of his or her paper.
Submission-to-acceptance time in months, median: 5
Paper format(s) of initial submission. Required: author-compiled Adobe PDF as reference.
Paper format(s) upon acceptance. Required: LaTeX 2e, using the specified LaTeX 2e authoring template.
Note: Before submission, authors should read the “HHA Author Information” page (maintained by the managing editors), taking note of the length restrictions on articles in HHA format.
Selection and Acceptance
All papers are refereed, and acceptance of an article for publication in HHA indicates that the high standards of the journal have been met.
At the time of acceptance, authors must submit a Consent to Publish form. (See download link above.) Authors may choose to retain ownership of copyright to their work, subject to appropriate use of the work by the journal.
An accepted article submitted for publication in HHA must be prepared in the LaTeX 2e format specified in the HHA Authoring Template (see download link above), and submitted to the HHA editor with whom the author has been dealing. Send both the source LaTeX files and an author-compiled PDF file for reference.
Detailed information about HHA’s internal editorial process can be found on the “HHA For Editors” page (maintained by the managing editors).
Guidelines for HHA referees can be found on the “Referee Guidelines” page (maintained by the managing editors).