First journal from Georgia to partner with De Gruyter Open


De Gruyter Open is pleased to announce that the Tbilisi Centre of Mathematical Sciences has entered into cooperation agreement with De Gruyter Open. The open access publisher will take over the Tbilisi Mathematical Journal, which, from now, will be available to read, download and share on

Tbilisi Mathematical Journal is a fully peer-reviewed international journal, publishing original research papers in all areas of mathematics. The journal has been associated with the Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences and the Georgian-German Algebra and Topology Partner Group, consisting of leading Georgian and German researchers in the field.

Founded in 2008, the journal aims to facilitate new impetus for the development of various areas of science and technology in Georgia, as well as to promote further successful research in fundamental and applied sciences.

Says Prof. Hvedri Inassaridze, Tbilisi Mathematical Journal’s Editor-in-Chief: I greatly appreciate our publishing collaboration with the internationally experienced publisher De Gruyter Open, which enjoys an excellent reputation all over the world.

De Gruyter Open will provide the Tbilisi Mathematical Journal with production, distribution and marketing solutions, including long-term preservation tools, anti-plagiarism system Cross Check or metadata distribution and sharing with A&I services and repositories.