Traditional boundaries between various specialized fields of mathematics are becoming less and less visible. Ideas and techniques from physics have brought major developments to mathematics. To reflect such a trend in mathematical science, Communications in Contemporary Mathematics intends to communicate the research in the fields of: Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Dynamical Systems, Geometry, Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Partial Differential Equations, and Topology, among others. It hopes to provide a forum to stimulate interactions between different areas. Both original research papers and expository articles will be published.