The Mathematical Scientist
The Mathematical Scientist was born out of Joe Gani’s desire to provide a forum for the publication of research from the CSIRO mathematics and statistics division.
During its 43 year run, The Mathematical Scientist evolved from an ‘in house’ journal to a journal with an international reputation.
The journal provided a home for the novel use of mathematical theory, methods, and models. It published well over 700 articles that were written for a general mathematical audience.
The Mathematical Scientist was one of four journals that Joe Gani launched. Each of these journals has had their impact on the profession. This journal was a special place for mathematical problems that did not require a specialist’s background. The journal was never mainstream, but certainly published some really interesting papers written by many outstanding and leading authors.
If you would like to download a copy of any back issues of The Mathematical Scientist, visit the Google Drive folder.