Submission recommendations


Type of paper

Annales Mathématiques Blaise Pascal publishes articles from all the areas of Mathematics that reflect signifiant advances. The articles must be complete mathematical papers with full proofs. Manuscripts are received by the journal with the understanding that the same work is not submitted for publication elsewhere.



Papers should be written either in French or in English and must preceded by an abstract.


Submission Format

Authors are requested to submit their text using the latex template of Annales Mathématiques Blaise Pascal), available on this website.

Proofs and printing of the journal will be produced directly from the .tex file provided by the authors.


Selection Process


Before submitting

Authors certify that they comply with the recommendations for authors above, to the Publication Ethics Statement and that they accept that their article, as well as the article tex files, will be published under the CC BY license.

Authors are also required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission is an original work, has not previously been published, and is not under consideration for publication by any other journal (or an explanation has been provided).
  • No part of the submission is copied from any other work.
  • The content of the submission contains nothing which infringes on anyone's copyright, right of privacy, or other rights.
  • All permissions required for any material used from other copyrighted publications have been obtained.
  • The submission has been formatted in LaTeX as indicated in the Author Guidelines and taking into account the recommendations given above.


How to submit

Authors may send their text directly to any of the Editors.

Authors should send to the Editor:

  • the LaTeX and BibTeX files (using the template of Annales Mathématiques Blaise Pascal), and the corresponding .pdf file.

    Publication of TeX sources: Authors will be asked to publish their TeX sources for accessibility reasons. If the author accepts, please be aware that the LaTeX source files of the articles published by AMBP are made available online.  This is for the benefit of blind or visually impaired people using software such as screen readers, which work better with LaTeX source than with a pdf file.  Comments left in the file make the source harder to read, so we request that authors remove all comments from their LaTeX files before submitting the final version.
  • or a printed version of the .tex file.


Peer Review

The Editors may appoint one or more referees.

The peer review process type is the single blind review.


Article Preparation after Acceptation

If the article is accepted for publication, and once all revisions have been incorporated, authors are requested to transmit to the Journal:

  • the LaTeX and BibTeX files (using the latex template of Annales Mathématiques Blaise Pascal) of the final version of the paper,
  • and the corresponding .pdf file (in order to check after typesetting).


These files must be send electronically as attachments to:

Plagiarism screening is done with the tools provided by University Clermont Auvergne.



Articles in PDF format and TeX sources will be published on the centre Mersenne Platform under licence CC BY.