Journal History

The Trends in Computational and Applied Mathematics journal appeared in 1999, by initiative of the Brazilian Society of Applied and Computational Mathematics – SBMAC. The creation of the TEMA series was the realization of a desire of the Scientific Community in order to expand the dissemination of research presented at its national congresses. In this sense, the journal was created with the main objective of disseminating the works of Brazilian researchers who work in Applied and Computational Mathematics that present innovative applications and/or bring relevant contributions to Mathematics. In compliance with these commitments, in 2006 the journal also began to receive articles ahead-of-print, which made it possible to increase the reception of articles from the academic public in general. The journal has received submissions from Brazilian authors, as well as foreign ones, in English. This fact indicates its great recognition as an publication in the field of Applied Mathematics, showing a great harmony with the national and international academic community.

In 2010 the electronic submission process based on the SEER/OJS system ( was implemented. New articles are now submitted electronically at, streamlining the process of evaluating the articles. 

In early 2011, SBMAC completed the accreditation of its publications with CrossRef ( All articles published by the journal since 2000 (volume 1) were indexed and identified using DOI.

In 2012, the journal Trends in Computational and Applied Mathematics received a favorable opinion for admission to the SciELO Brasil database, consolidating the journal's recognition by the academic-scientific community.

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