Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hello, Adele

There has been a lot of news lately about Adele, which I found very exciting because adeles are important in mathematics.  In number theory, it is helpful to complete the rational numbers (in the sense of topology), since then you … Continue reading

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Job: Associate Editor at Mathematical Reviews

Earlier, I posted an announcement that Mathematical Reviews is looking to hire a new Associate Editor to start in spring or summer 2016.  This is the re-post I promised.  And now everyone knows that this is an opportunity to work in a … Continue reading

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Personalizing your author profile

A key feature of Mathematical Reviews and MathSciNet is our work to identify authors.  (See the earlier post “Who wrote that?”.)  For each author in the database, we create an Author Profile Page.  But did you know you can personalize … Continue reading

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Ales Waive Math Metric

For the last 30 of its 75 years, the offices of Mathematical Reviews, housing roughly 78 staff members, have been in a red-brick building at 416 Fourth Street in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This building sits at the edge of downtown … Continue reading

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