, Volume 7, Issue 1, p 1
Date: 05 Nov 2012


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Dear colleagues,

Complex Analysis and Operator Theory enters its seventh year, and it is a pleasure to write an editorial introduction for the issue 7-1. The journal has now about 1,200 pages a year, divided into six issues. We began with around 600 pages and four issues.

These past years we had a number of special issues. Issue 5.2, edited by V. Katsnelson and B. Kirstein, was dedicated to Schur analysis. In Issue 5.3, edited by L. Beznea, A. Gheondea, P. Hästö and M. Vuorinen, papers focus in particular on new trends in complex analysis and potential theory. Finally, Issue 6.3, edited by Lance Littlejohn and Jan Stochel, is dedicated to Professor Franciszek Hugon Szafraniec. Papers in these issues illustrate in particular the deep connections between complex analysis and operator theory.

A key event was the introduction of the section Higher Dimensional Geometric Function Theory and Hypercomplex Analysis, with editors Irene Sabadini, Michael Shapiro and Daniele Struppa. This section mak