Confluentes Mathematici is a mathematical research journal. Since its creation in 2009 by the Institut Camille Jordan UMR 5208 and the Unité de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées UMR 5669 of the Université de Lyon, it reflects the wish of the mathematical community of Lyon—Saint-Étienne to participate in the new forms of scientific edittion. The journal is electronic only, fully open acces and without author charges.

The journal aims to publish high quality mathematical research articles in English, French or German. All domains of Mathematics (pure and applied) and Mathematical Physics will be considered, as well as the History of Mathematics. Confluentes Mathematici also publishes survey articles.

Authors are asked to pay particular attention to the expository style of their article, in order to be understood by all the communities concerned.

Papers published in Confluentes Mathematici are reviewed in Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt Math, and since 2017 are indexed in Scopus.

 

This journal, previously hosted by Cedram, is now web-published by the Centre Mersenne.
In 2019, Cedram has become the
Centre Mersenne for open scientific publishing, a publishing platform for scientific journals developed by Mathdoc.