Call for Papers:  Collection on Advances in Graph Theory and Applications


This collection of papers will be published in La Matematica, the official journal of AWM, and it is open to research articles in all areas of graph theory and its applications to other fields. Topics of special interest are those related to the research fields of members of the AWM network WiGA, which include graph searching, graph symmetry, coding theory, metric dimension, reconfiguration problems and Hamiltonicity. However, submissions in all topics of graph theory and applications will receive the same consideration and they will be accepted for publication on the basis of their significance and quality, regardless of the topic. Submitted articles are expected to contain highly significant contributions to research and excellent quality of exposition.

Guest Editors:

Submission Deadline:

September 1, 2023

Submission Instructions:

Papers should be submitted at the La Matematica website:

  • Select Article Type: Manuscript
  • Upload your files: When the system asks, “Are you submitting this manuscript to an Article Collection?” reply: Yes, then choose the option “A.C.: Advances in Graph Theory and Applications”.
  • Finally: Complete the submission process as required.

The papers will be reviewed according to the editorial policy & standards of
La Matematica. The papers should be original, unpublished, and not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Prior to submission, please ensure that your paper adheres to the journal’s author guidelines.

Download the Springer announcement:  Call for Papers: Advances in Graph Theory and Applications (67 kB)

Proceedings: Research Trends in Graph Theory and Applications

The first research collaboration conference of this network was the Workshop for Women in Graph Theory and Applications held at the Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis) on August 19-23, 2019. During this five-day workshop, 42 participants performed collaborative research, in six teams, each focused on open problems in different areas of graph theory and its applications.

There are six chapters in this volume, each of them focused on one of the research areas at the Workshop for Women in Graph Theory and Applications and written by participants of each team.

This book is part of the Association for Women in Mathematics Series book series (AWMS, volume 25) published by Springer, Cham.

Daniela Ferrero
Leslie Hogben
Sandra R. Kingan
Gretchen L. Matthews

More information and purchasing options in the book site at Springer.


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