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Welcome to the Mathematics Research Guide
In this guide, you can explore Princeton University Library's resources in mathematics and learn to use them effectively in your scholarly work.
Contact your librarian for assistance with:
- Junior Independent Work
- Senior Thesis
- Navigating library services
- Locating appropriate databases
- Identifying search terms
- Finding relevant research for your topic
- Locating background information
- Literature review assistance
- Finding data sets
- Help with citations management & software
- Requesting new books & journals
How to make a research appointment:
Recent publications by Princeton mathematicians
New publications indexed by Scopus that match a search for article authors affiliated with Princeton's Department of Mathematics will appear below. The authors, the journal name, and other bibliographic information are listed below each article title. Click on any article to get the full reference and abstract with cited references, related articles, and citing articles (although most are too new to be cited yet).