*``Don't be childlike in matters of understanding. Instead be
childlike in matters of evil, but be perfect in understanding.''*

(1 Cor. 14:20)

This page contains sections on

Mathematical Problems

Information about Mathematics

Advice for Mathematics Students

Jobs and Career

Mathematics for Kids

Mathematics Jokes

History of Mathematics

Some Institutions

Home Pages of some Mathematicians

Mathematics News

Some Mathematics Conferences

Preprint Servers

Mathematics References (bibtex)

Mathematics Abstracts and Reviews

Mathematics Journals

Nobel Prize Winning Mathematicians

(These won Nobel prizes in physics, literature, or economics, since
there is none for mathematics, but now there is an
Abel Prize in Mathematics, starting in 2003)

The Mathematical Problems of David Hilbert

``Hilbert's address of 1900 to the International Congress of
Mathematicians in Paris is perhaps the most influential speech ever
given to mathematicians, given by a mathematician, or given about
mathematics... Although almost a century old, Hilbert's address is
still important and should be read (at least in part) by anyone
interested in pursuing research in mathematics. ''

Millenium Prize Problems

``important classic [mathematical] questions that have resisted
solution over the years''

Famous (and less famous) Unsolved Problems in Mathematics (from mathworld)

Mathematical Problems - Problem Solving collected by Bruno Kevius

Fatal Bugs in Numerical Software

The Mathematical Sciences in 2025 -
How mathematics (and optimization in particular) permeates almost
all of modern science, engineering, and everyday life -

A 2012 perspective by the US National Research Council

The Math League

``specializes in math contests, books, and
computer software designed to stimulate interest and confidence in
mathematics for students from the 4th grade through high school.''

The Mathematics Genealogy Project

Names, advisors, and titles of dissertations of mathematicians
with a Ph.D., throughout the history

Women in Mathematics (with many useful links)

Biographies of Women Mathematicians (many of them living)

Female Nobel Prize Laureates (with many links to women in science)

The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive (with biographies of many mathematicians, some of them living)

In Praise of Lectures (by Tom Körner) and other helpful guides

How to Learn Math and Do Proofs

How to be a Good Graduate Student [Advisor]

Graduate Students in the Computer and Mathematical Sciences: A Survival Manual

Survival Skills for Graduate Women

A primer on mathematical writing (.ps, by Steven L. Kleiman)

Hints on good mathematical writing (.ps, by David Goss)

Advice to Authors of Extended Abstracts (by William Pugh)

How to Give a Good Research Talk (by Simon Peyton Jones et al.)

Giving an Academic Talk (by Jonathan Shewchuk)

Using humor for effective presentations

``The more you can enjoy your imperfect self, the more your listeners
will enjoy you.''

How to Teach Stuff and Advice for the Young Scientist (both by John Baez)

American Mathematical Society Code of Ethics

outofprintmath

Vote for which books you would like to see come back into print

Free courses taught by top instructors (collected by Peter Druker)

PhDs.org, profiles of over 4900 doctoral programs across 59 fields to help you evaluate and decide on a school to attend

www.math-jobs.de (Germany), www.math-jobs.de (Austria), www.math-jobs.de (Switzerland), www.math-jobs.com (all)

Job Opportunities in Scientific Computation

Euro-Math-Job, Vacant Academic Positions in the European Departments of Mathematics and Statistics

Stellenangebote für Mathematiker und Mathematikerinnen im DMV-Server

Jobbörse der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft

HD-emploi-math (jobs for mathematicians with a PhD)

Careers In Mathematics And Statistics

Trovit Suchmaschine für Jobs

Careerjet, Job-Suchmaschine

Renego, Jobs in Deutschland (Suche nach Beruf un Stadt)

Employment Resources Guide (with lots of interesting links)

Young Mathematicians Network (jobs for young mathematicians)

Graduate Programs in Industrial Math

SIAM Report on Mathematics in Industry

Professional Opportunities from SIAM News (academic positions for mathematicians)

... and mathematics for everyone

Please send me additional links appropriate for this section!

Mathematics Olympiad For Children, from age 6 to age 11

Maths For Kids, for children aged 6 to 11

MathPath, Advanced Summer Camp for students age 11-14 who show high promise and love mathematics

Jugend Forscht

''Beim Wettbewerb Jugend forscht gibt es zwei Alterssparten.
Jugendliche zwischen 15 und 21 Jahren starten in der Sparte Jugend
forscht. Jüngere Schülerinnen und Schüler bis 14 Jahre
treten in der Juniorensparte Schüler experimentieren an.
Sie müssen mindestens die 4. Klasse besuchen.''

EU Contest for Young Scientists

''The EU Contest for Young Scientists accepts project entries from contestants working in any scientific field aged between 14 and 20 at the date of the contest.''

International Mathematical Olympiad Home Page

Fractals by Jos Leys (beautiful pictures from simple formulas)

Klein's Quartic Curve (by Greg Egan)

Gallery of Interactive Geometry

Everything is Number - Mathematics in Context

Die Kopfakrobaten - Abenteuer Mathematik

Bücher über Mathematik (unterhaltend)

Abenteuer Mathematik - Knobeln bis zur geistigen Extase!

Mathematics and Molecules
(movies and images on molecular modeling)

``The objectives of MathMol are: 1) to provide students, teachers and
the general public with information about the rapidly growing fields
of molecular modeling and related areas; 2) to provide K-12 students
with basic concepts in mathematics and their connection to molecular
modeling...''

and its page with
Some Excellent Starting Points for Mathematics

MathMagic

''web site devoted to original mathematical recreations''

Artlandia: creating mathematical and algorithmic art (commercial)

Die Delphi-Ecke (Mathematik für Schüler und Lehrer von Joachim Mohr)

Blackwell's Best in Math, a list of links

My Collection of Other Links for Kids (no math)

An engineer, a physicist and a mathematician are staying in a hotel
while attending a technical seminar.
The engineer wakes up and smells smoke. He goes out into the hallway
and sees a fire, so he fills a trashcan from his room with water and
douses the fire. He goes back to bed.

Later, the physicist wakes up and smells smoke. He opens his door and
sees a fire in the hallway. He walks down the hall to a fire hose and
after calculating the flame velocity, distance, water pressure,
trajectory, etc. extinguishes the fire with the minimum amount of
water and energy needed.

Later, the mathematician wakes up and smells smoke. He goes to the
hall, sees the fire and then the fire hose. He thinks for a moment
and then exclaims, "Ah, a solution exists!" and then goes back to bed.

Jokebook for the Physical Sciences

Math related Comics and Cartoons

Abstruse Goose science comics

xkcd, a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language

Math jokes from MathOverflow (now defunct)

Earliest Uses of Various Mathematical Symbols

List of mathematical symbols;
Latin letters used in mathematics (from Wikipedia)

IUPAP Recommended symbols for physical quantities

IUPAC recommended symbols for chemical quantities

David Joyce's History of Mathematics Homepage

MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive

Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics

World Directory of Historians of Mathematics

History of Mathematics, Biographies, Career Profiles of Mathematicians

Babylonian and Egyptian mathematics

History of Science: History of Sciences Related to Astronomy

Internet History of Science Sourcebook

Beginner's Guide to Research in the History of Science

Some Quotable Quotes for Statistics and other mathematics (by J.E.H. Shaw)

Mathematical Knowledge Management

The Automation of Proof: A Historical and Sociological Exploration
(by Donald MacKenzie)

contains among other things the automatical checking of the
proofs from Edmund Landau's text, Grundlagen der Analysis by
van Benthem Jutting.

Biographies of Mathematicians and Scientists

Mathematics Departments in Germany

Mathematics Information Servers, a Viennese mirror of the
Penn State Site

includes lists of Mathematics Departments, Societies and Associations,
Institutes and Centers, Mathematics Journals, Subject Area Pages,
Mathematics Software, etc.

StatLib Statistics Departments

Computer Science Departments (33K)

EMIS List of Institutes and Centers

DMV, Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung (German Mathematical Society)

GAMM, Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (German Applied Mathematical Society)

ÖMG, Österreichische Mathematische Gesellschaft (Austrian Mathematical Society)

SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics)

The Mathematical Programming Society

American Mathematical Society e-MATH

ECMI, European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry

German Scientific Computing Home Page

IMA, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications

Bell Labs Scientific Computing Group

Linköping University, Department of Mathematics

Geneva NA Group (Hairer, Wanner)

Abteilung Mathematik, Universität Trier

Dundee University Mathematics and Computer Science Department

Discrete Mathematics, Eindhoven University

Scientific Computing, Stanford University

California Institute of Technology Applied Mathematics

Institut für Angewandte Mathematik, U Hamburg

Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI) Amsterdam

Industrial Mathematics Institute (Linz)

Euler Institute for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (EIDMA)

GMD - German National Research Center for Information Technology

ETH Seminar for Applied Mathematics

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Mathematics Department

U Washington Computer Science & Engineering

Denver Department of Mathematics

Münster: Numerische Mathematik

Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics TU Delft

U Freiburg Mathematics Preprints

Fachbereich Mathematik der Universität Rostock

DReaM Edinburgh, Discovery and Reasoning in Mathematics

Dissertations and advisors of mathematicians with a Ph.D., throughout the history

Math Reviews Author Lookup (gives combined membership entry on e-MATH, and list of Math. Review entries)

WHO's On-line - Mathematicians (register here if you are not yet on the list)

People in Approximation Theory

Martin Berz (and his papers)

Hans Bodlaender (tree decompositions)

John R. Gilbert (sparse matrices)

Konstantin Mischaikow (chaos proofs)

Marian Mrozek (chaos proofs)

Martin A. Nowak Harald Niederreiter

Erik Van Vleck (shadowing)

Piotr Zgliczynski (chaos proofs)

Uri Zwick (fast medians)

NA_Teach (mailing list for teaching numerical analysis)

for information send email to MAJORDOMO@abacus.oxy.edu with body

INFO NA-TEACH

Opt-Net Home Page (optimization newsletter)

IP-Net Home Page (regularization newsletter)

ST-Net Archive (stochastics newsletter)

AT-Net (approximation theory newsletter)

IM-Net (industrial mathematics newsletter)

LA-Net

Send submissions to la-net@siam.org

To join send your name and email address to la-net-request@siam.org

IMA Numerical Analysis Newsletter

German Scientific Computing Digest

E-LETTER on Systems, Control, and Signal Processing

Mathematics that Counts (articles from SIAM News)

SIAM Activity Group on Optimization - SIAG/OPT

ILAS Information Center(IIC) (linear algebra news, conferences, etc.)

FIZ Karlsruhe (European Mathematical Information Service) and the Vienna mirror site

Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach

Hotelreservierungen weltweit (mit Nachlässen)

Los Alamos Combinatorics E-print Server

Spires database search (High Energy Physics preprints)

ELIB Preprints Archive List (links to more subject and department servers)

Mathematics Preprints (links to more subject servers)

Virtual Library Math Journals Preprints (links to preprint sites)

AT\&T Research Reports (math, stat, and cs)

Computer Science Technical Reports

BibNet Search (from netlib)

Bibliography on Matrix computations (searchable)

Lecture notes on the Web (in finite geometry)

BIBNET (netlib database of bibtex entries)

Nelson H. F. Beebe's Bibliographies Page

probably the most complete collection of internet bibliographies

A Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies in BibTeX format and the mathematics section

Bibliography on Numerical Algorithms (by Nick Higham)

2000 MSC Classification ( Germany-based copy, Austria-based copy)

ACM Computing Classification System

1998 PACS Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme

On-line Mathematics Dictionary (at present rather poor)

Zentralblatt für Mathematik with a free database search (without subscription limited to 3 results only)

MathSciNet: Mathematical Reviews (available by subscription only)

MathSciNet Mirror Site in Bielefeld, Germany

Retrieval Possibilities in Mathematical Databases

Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volumes 500-1000

AMS list of Mathematics Journals

Mathematical Reviews' Abbreviations of Names of Serials

EMIS list of Mathematics Journals (incomplete)

Impact Factors for previous years

Dispelling A Few Common Myths About Journal Citation Impacts (by Eugene Garfield)

Sense and nonsense about the impact factor (by Tobias Opthof)

Journal Citation Reports - not online - (from the Institute for Scientific Information)

Table of Contents of Mathematical Journals (very slow...)

Bibliothèque Mathématique et Informatique, U Bordeaux (Tables of Contents of over 300 journals)

SCAD: Journal contents pages (control theory related)

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (126K,

bibtex versions: Algorithms 1-492 (Communications of the ACM) (2126K) and Algorithms 493 - now (480K).

Advances in Computational Mathematics
(10K, *all* issues!)

IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis (24K, starting with volume 11, 1991)

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (online journal, with pdf and ps files)

Journal of Statistical Software

Linear Algebra and its Applications (starting with volume 152, 1991) Elsevier site

Numerical Algorithms
(29K, *all* issues!)

Numerische Mathematik since 1993 ( other Springer Journals)

SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis (73K, since Vol. 27, 1990)

Surveys on Mathematics for Industry
(*all* issues!)

The Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra (ELA)

``the quickest way to find mathematics on the web''(?)

Math-Net Links to the Mathematical World

``This is a first collection, put together by Joachim Luegger(ZIB),
of about 700 mathematical resources and related links into the
Internet consisting of

o Math-Web, the core collection - ordered by subject - of pointers
to the mathematics information resources, including the field of
Scientific Computing,

o Math-Net, a collection - ordered by locations and names - of links
to mathematical institutions, centers and larger research
projects, at present most of them from Germany,

o The Mathematical Museum and Expositions, an extension of the
Math-Web into History, Art and Natural Sciences, with a couple of
exits to related virtual museums and exhibitions,

o Electronic Publishing, a collection reflecting discussions on
electronic publishing in mathematics, and also various pointers to
activities and projects related to the more general Digital
Libraries thema, and of

o Internet Resources, containing some pointers to specific Internet
archives which may be of value for the mathematical Internaut.''

FIZ Karlsruhe (European Mathematical Information Service)

Mathematics Subject Area Pages

Yahoo Mathematics Index (WWW Virtual Library)

Caltech Applied Mathematics index

Archives of Mathematical Materials

Mathematics on the Web (by AMS)

High Performance Computing and Communications HPCC Software and Enabling Technologies

Math & Physics Rated Point Reviews

German Scientific Computing Pages

List of "Official" Grand Challenge Applications, i.e., ``fundamental problems in science and engineering with broad economic and scientific impact, whose solutions require the application of high-performance computing.'' ( original site)

Computational Science Education Project

a text on mathematical modeling

Society for Mathematical Biology

Inverse Problems Home Page (University of Alabama)

SIAM Report on Mathematics in Industry

Mathematical Quotation Server and some examples:

``It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment. When I have clarified and exhausted a subject, then I turn away from it, in order to go into darkness again; the never-satisfied man is so strange if he has completed a structure, then it is not in order to dwell in it peacefully, but in order to begin another. I imagine the world conqueror must feel thus, who, after one kingdom is scarcely conquered, stretches out his arms for others.''

``It is the heart which perceives God and not the reason.''

``The mind uses its faculty for creativity only when experience forces it to do so.''

Bemerkungen von und über Mathematiker

FMathL - Formal mathematical language

Computational Mathematics

Mathematics in Vienna

Mathematical Software

Global Optimization

Interval Methods

Protein Folding

Statistics Links

Scientific Links

my home page (http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~neum)