The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics

The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics (E-JC) is a fully-refereed electronic journal with very high standards, publishing papers of substantial content and interest in all branches of discrete mathematics, including combinatorics, graph theory, and algorithms for combinatorial problems. The journal is completely free for both authors and readers. Authors retain the copyright of their articles and are strongly encouraged to release their articles under a Creative Commons license. Articles published in E-JC are reviewed on MathSciNet and ZBMath, and are indexed by Web of Science.  The latest papers are always available by clicking on the tab marked "Current" near the top of the page. You can also locate papers using the search facility on the right hand side of this page.

E-JC was founded in 1994 by Herbert S. Wilf and Neil Calkin, making it one of the oldest electronic journals. E-JC is a founding member of the Free Journal Network

The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics will be 25 years old in 2019. To celebrate its 25th birthday, on Monday 27th May 2019 there will be a satellite conference to the 7th Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference (CanaDAM, 28-31 May 2019) both to be held at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. As part of the celebration, E-JC is organizing a mini-symposium on Tuesday 28th May 2019 within CanaDAM 2019.