The accepted papers forM.J. written by JAMS members will be published 1 issue earlierthan those written by non-members.As for the accepted papers for SCM,they will be located on WWW as soon as their prof-readings by the authors are finished.The abstracts of M.J./SCM will be distibuted worldwide using Mailing List.JAMS gives positive support to the member's research through communication with the relevant research group in the world using Internet.
Another advantage is that papers written by JAMS members can be awarded JAMS PRIZE or JAMS T. SHIMIZU PRIZE. These prizes have been established in celebration of the semi-centurial anniversary of Mathematica Japonica. JAMS PRIZE will be awarded, without age restriction, to researchers who have submitted remarkable papers,and the other isJAMS T. SHIMIZU PRIZE which will be awarded to young resercherswho are within 40 years old. Every year, two papers in Pure Mathematics will be chosen, for JAMS PRIZE and JAMS T. SHIMIZU PRIZE respectively, and two papers in other field of Mathematical Sciences for the two prizes respectively. We will choose 4 papers in total for the prizes every year. The papers chosen for the JAMS T. SHIMIZU PRIZE should be papers of JAMS members which have been published in Mathematica Japonica or Scientiae Mathematicae. JAMS member authors can recommend themselves for the prizes.
Annual Membership Dues covering the period from Jan. 1, 1999 throughDec. 31, 1999 are as follows. Rates quoted in US Dollarsapplies to overseas members, and rates in Yen to domestic members.
Individual Member: Category A: US$ 80, (10,000 yen) Category C:* US$ 40, ( 5,000 yen) Student Member (Please verify): US$ 60, ( 7,500 yen) Institutional Member: US$ 300, (33,000 yen)*Category C is for those who reside in the countries of EasternEurope, CIS or developing countries.
|M.J. (per page)||SCM (per page)|
|Member||Non Member||Member||Non Member|
|S. TeX||\2000(US$15)||\2500 (US$20)||\1200(US$10*)||\2000(US$15*)|
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