Aim and Scope

The Konuralp Journal of Mathematics (KJM) accepts research papers in all areas of Mathematical Analysis and its numerous applications. Topics covered by the journal include: Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Inequalities, Numerical analysis,  Numerical analysis in abstract spaces, Differential equations, Difference equations, Partial differential equations, Optimization, Fourier analysis, Abstract harmonic analysis, Numerical methods in Fourier analysis, Functional analysis, Operator theory, Miscellaneous applications of functional analysis, Nonlinear functional analysis, Stochastic analysis, Multivariate analysis and all the other fields of their applications.

Research in these subjects has been very lively recently, and the interplay between individual areas has enriched them all. The journal seeks high quality original papers of both a research and an expository nature.

The purpose of KJM is the advancement of mathematics. Editors and referees evaluate submitted papers strictly on the basis of scientific merit, without regard to authors' nationality, country of residence, institutional affiliation, gender and political views.