Sebastian Cioaba has joined the Editorial Board of the journal Discrete Mathematics https://www.journals.elsevier.com/discrete-mathematics/editorial-board [Open URL] as an Associate Editor. The research areas covered by Discrete Mathematics include graph and hypergraph theory, enumeration, coding theory, block designs, the combinatorics of partially ordered sets, extremal set theory, matroid theory, algebraic combinatorics, discrete geometry, matrices, discrete probability, and parts of cryptography. The journal was established in 1971. The first article it published was written by Paul Erdős, who went on to publish a total of 84 papers in the journal.
Items in the journal include research articles (Contributions or Notes, depending on length) and survey/expository articles (Perspectives). Efforts are made to process the submission of Notes (short articles) quickly. The Perspectives section features expository articles accessible to a broad audience that cast new light or present unifying points of view on well-known or insufficiently-known topics. Discrete Mathematics also publishes occasional Special Issues containing selected papers. Such issues are fully refereed and adhere to the normal high standards of the journal.
Cioaba also serves on the editorial boards of Linear Algebra and its Applications, Linear and Multilinear Algebra and The Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra.