Eureka is a journal published annually by the Archimedeans, the Mathematical Society of the University of Cambridge. It includes many mathematical articles on a variety of topics, written by students and mathematicians from all over the world, as well as a short summary of the activities of the society, problem sets, puzzles, artwork and book reviews.
Eureka has been published 62 times since 1939, and authors include famous mathematicians and scientists such as Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac, Fields Medallist Tim Gowers, as well as Paul Erdos, Martin Gardner, Godfrey Hardy, John Conway, Roger Penrose, Ian Stewart, and Stephen Hawking.
"I think Eureka is a brilliant magazine. Many of its articles are classics." Ian Stewart, FRS
Eureka is about 90 pages long, perfect bound, and has a print run of about 1000 copies. All current members of the Archimedeans, which include most mathematicians students in Cambridge, receive a copy of Eureka for free. In addition we have about 150 subscriptions by alumni and libraries all over the world - a number we are working on to increase in the future. The price of Eureka 61 is £4 plus postage.
Advertising in Eureka is a truly unique opportunity to reach some of the best students in Cambridge as part of a highly regarded publication.
How you can support us
The Archimedeans is a non-profit organisation. All editorial work is done by volunteers, but the Archimedeans membership fees don't cover the whole cost of printing. We offer the following advertising possibilities:
half page 138mm x 102mm
If you are interested in supporting Eureka, please email email@example.com. The postal address of the Archimedeans is
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Cambridge, CB3 0WA
We are looking forward to hearing from you!