Innovations in Graph Theory joins centre Mersenne ! This new open access journal is created and run by an international editorial committee. As its name suggests, it is dedicated to graph theory and its interactions with other fields.
Numdam update: more than 70 000 articles are now online ! New additions include years 1935 to 1945 of Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées, years 2015 to 2017 of Publications Mathématiques de l’IHÉS, and the 2017 volumes of EDP Sciences. The metadata for Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico della Università di Padova is now available for the years 2018 to 2023. Finally, the KBART file has been improved to display the latest volumes / numbers available in Numdam.
The Centre Mersenne team for open scientific publishing are CNRS Cristal Collectif award winners.
Launch of the new Mathdoc website.
Centre Mersenne organises a one-day event dedicated to Open Access Scientific Publishing where it presents different models, particularly in the area of mathematics, with a focus on those implemented in Grenoble.
Start of the Geodesic project, a digital library which aims at facilitating research and navigation in the open access global mathematical corpus. This project is supported by the the French National Fund for Open Science.
For the fifth anniversary of centre Mersenne, organization of a day focused on new editorial practices at Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP) on June 28th.
Acquisition of a scanner for Numdam and digitization of volume 15 (1870) of the 2nd series of the Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées.
Partnerships with the French Academy of Sciences around two projects: Semi-automatic translation of a corpus of articles from the Comptes Rendus and MarginaliAS, an enriching environment for the reports of the French Academy of Sciences.
Online posting on Numdam of lecture notes from Jean-Pierre Serre.
Implementation of the GesLic application to the CFP for the management of licenses subscriptions enabling access to electronic resources to members of the RNBM.
Launch of the Peer Community Journal on centre Mersenne.
Development of a digital mathematics prototype library (MDML), based on the EuDML initiative.
Opening of centre Mersenne, a public infrastructure with diamond open access for scientific publishing, which means free access to articles just published, to all, and free of charge for authors; launch of the Algebraic Combinatorics journal and gradual transfer of the Cedram journals to the Centre Mersenne Centre.
Numdam receives the CNRS Collective Cristal medal.
Relocation of the unit within the CETA building (current premises).
Launch of the new Numdam platform and of the digitisation of the Astérisque collection.
All the Cedram journals are now in open access journals.
The first version of Portail Math is currently online. V1: descriptive sheets of resources and means of access, search by facets; V2: authentication, directory of people, libraries and laboratories, access to documentary resources managed by PLM, mathematics calendar.
Participation in DIST’s shared action plans.
Launch of the Journal de l’École Polytechnique, revived in a new series devoted to mathematics, hosting of the Winterbraid Lecture Notes and publication of a first book at Cedram: Le Séminaire de mathématiques 1933-1939; preliminary work for the launching of the SMAI-Journal of Computational Mathematics.
End of use of the RUCHE software for certain of the Cedram journals (except for Annales de l’Institut Fourier), and gradual transfer to OJS.
Initiation of Phase IV of the Numdam program.
Launching of the Portail Math: ” project for the establishment of a national mathematical portal for accessing documentary resources and meaningful services to the field’s researchers, by connecting all relevant actors “. It replaces the former Portail Documentaire Mathématique. Project led by INSMI with Mathdoc, Mathrice and RNBM.
Active participation in several areas of the BSN (French Digital Scientific Library) under the patronage of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research: Access and hosting (BSN 2), Digitisation (BSN 5), Long-term archiving (BSN 6) and Scientific publishing (BSN 7).
Digitisation of the Revue d’Écologie Alpine and cartographic documents following funding from the Université Joseph Fourier (UJF)’s scientific and technical heritage program.
Total redesign of the CFP: structure of the database, user interface, automatic imports from the Sudoc.
Start of digitisation of the monographs of the MIR (Mathématiques Informatique Recherche) of the Universities Paris Diderot and Pierre and Marie Curie (NuMIR): access to the full texts limited to members of the RNBM, which concerns out-of-print works of the publishers Springer and Birkhaüser.
CFP changes: cataloguing of journal URLs, extraction of lists for collection reports, specific display programs for the Institut Fourier.
Setting up of the MathematicS in Action journal on Cedram, of the Actes du Séminaire de Théorie spectrale et géométrie, the Actes des rencontres du CIRM and of the cours du CIRM ; expanded offer to the Journal de théorie des nombres de Bordeaux and to the Actes des Journées Équations aux dérivées partielles.
Mathdoc ends its service for the listing of mathematics theses that were defended in France and will use the TEL online theses server developed by the CCSD.
Initiation of Phase III of the Numdam program.
Modular service proposal for journals set up by Cedram: editing assistance, production, electronic distribution, archiving.
Implementation of the digital natives acquisitions to ensure the continuity of the collections; digitization via a service provider for harvesting metadata in Numdam format (DTD Volphys).
Implementation of an OAI server and fine indexing of articles by Google to ensure greater visibility for Numdam; improved full-text and page search features.
Opening of Cedram (Centre for the Publication and Distribution of Academic Mathematical Journals)
Purchase and customisation of RUCHE software to ensure editorial management of Annales de l’Institut Fourier; maintenance and customisation to other relevant journals.
Implementation of the “Mathdoc Newsletter”
First specific software developments for quality control of digitised documents, as well as metadata and author management.
Implementation of the Portail Documentaire Mathématique intended for librarians and mathematicians.
Development of version 1.0 of the ZM-lookup software, allowing to associate an eventual zbMATH record identifier to any bibliographic reference on Numdam.
Signature of an agreement with the BnF to improve access to the mathematical collections: Œuvres complètes de mathématiciens célèbres, Journal des Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées, Répertoire bibliographique des sciences mathématiques and the BnF digitised mathematical books.
Launch of the Numdam (NUMérisation de Documents Anciens) programme (Phase I).
New version of the CFP (Combined Catalogue of Mathematical Periodicals). MySQL database that can be updated by librarians: 8000 journals, collection reports, open access electronic journals. 21 libraries (RNBM, BnF, INIST, INRIA).
Collaboration between Mathdoc and CCSD about the national grey literature indexes. Collection of metadata of preprints and theses via OAI-PMH for display on HAL and TEL.
Technical assistance to the CIMPA (International Centre for Pure and Applied Mathematics) for hosting of their web pages.
Delivery of the SemProba application
Technical advice and assistance for producing an electronic version of the Proceedings of the Journées Équations aux Dérivés Partielles.
Development of the European Database Manager for Mathematics (EDBM) query and display software for the zbMATH Open web interface.
Creation of Catalogue Fusionné des Périodiques de Mathématiques, combined catalogue of mathematical periodicals (CFPM), a multi-database query service for journal catalogues in collaboration with the RNBM. The journals from the ISSN database are updated by Mathdoc from the lists sent by the RNBM libraries (PERL program).
Coordination of the Franco-German partnership to establish zbMATH as a genuine bibliographic database dedicated to the international mathematical community, under the patronage of the European Mathematical Society (EMS), the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Heidelberg and the Fachinformationszentrum Karlsruhe (FIZ Karlsruhe).