Mathematical Cryptology (MC) is a forum for original research articles connecting Mathematics and Cryptology. Foundational and applied contributions relating to Mathematics and Cryptology are equally welcome. By default, all submitted manuscripts must contain an original research contribution. When submitting an extended version of a conference/workshop contribution, the additonal contribution over the prior version has to be indicated clearly. Survey articles can be considered, if they have potential to advance a particular line of research. Before submitting a survey article to MC, please contact one the managing editors first.
For manuscripts involving computations or experiments, authors are encouraged to include supplementary material (such as source code) with the submission that facilitates reproducibility of the reported results. All articles published in MC undergo a peer review process.
MC follows a diamond open access model: accepted articles are published free of charge for both authors and readers. It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that submitted materials can be shared freely.