The Kyushu Journal of Mathematics is an academic journal in mathematics, published by the Faculty of Mathematics at Kyushu University since 1941. It publishes selected research papers in pure and applied mathematics. One volume, published each year, consists of two issues, approximately 20 articles and 400 pages in total.
More than 500 copies of the journal are distributed through exchange contracts between mathematical journals, and available at many universities, institutes and libraries around the world. The on-line version of the journal is published at "Jstage" (an aggregator for e-journals), where all the articles published by the journal since 1995 are accessible freely through the Internet.
The Kyushu Journal of Mathematics is abstracted in major scientific databases such as ISI, Scopus, MathSciNet and Zentralblatt MATH.
In 1941, the forerunner of Kyushu Journal of Mathematics, "Memoirs of Faculty of Science, Kyushu Imperial University, Series A: Mathematics", was started by the members of Department of Mathematics at Kyushu University. After interruption by the World War II from 1944 to 1947, it is continued until 1993 with deletion of "Imperial" from the title. In 1994, it merged with another journal "Mathematical reports, College of General Education, Kyushu University" and made a fresh-start under the present title. In 2005, it launched its on-line version. The former chief editors (since 1995) to date are