JournalsmagNo. 114Newsletter of the European Mathematical SocietyNo. 114 (2019)Download complete issue PDFThis article is published open access.OAp. 3FAIR research dataVolker Mehrmannpp. 3–4Open Access Publishing in MathematicsVolker MehrmannAndré GaulLaura Simonitepp. 4–5Announcement of the Next Meeting of the EMS Council in Bled, 4 and 5 July 2020Sjoerd Verduyn Lunelpp. 6–7Call for Applications Emerging Regional Centre of Excellence – ERCE 2020–2024Sophie DaboGiulia Di NunnoFrancesco Pappalardipp. 8–13A Problem for the 21st/22nd CenturySylvain CrovisierSamuel Sentipp. 14–17Euler, Stirling, and Wallis: A Case Study in the Notion of Equivalence Between TheoremsFausto di Biasepp. 18–27Grothendieck: The Myth of a BreakClaude Lobrypp. 28–33Historical Traces of Austrian Mathematicians in the First Half of the 20th CenturyRobert Frühstücklpp. 34–37The Importance of Ethics in MathematicsMaurice ChiodoToby Cliftonpp. 38–41Teaching Ethics in MathematicsMaurice ChiodoPiers Bursill-Hallpp. 42–43A Presentation of the Austrian Mathematical SocietyBarbara Kaltenbacherpp. 44–45About the Regions and Regional Conferences of Europe. On the occasion of the Third Caucasian Mathematics Conference (CMC)Betül Tanbaypp. 46–47ICMI ColumnJean-Luc Dorierpp. 48–49ERME ColumnStefan ZehetmeierJason Cooperpp. 50–52References to Research Literature in QA Forums – A Case Study of zbMATH Links from MathOverflowFabian MüllerMoritz SchubotzOlaf Teschke

pp. 4–5Announcement of the Next Meeting of the EMS Council in Bled, 4 and 5 July 2020Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel

pp. 6–7Call for Applications Emerging Regional Centre of Excellence – ERCE 2020–2024Sophie DaboGiulia Di NunnoFrancesco Pappalardi

pp. 14–17Euler, Stirling, and Wallis: A Case Study in the Notion of Equivalence Between TheoremsFausto di Biase

pp. 28–33Historical Traces of Austrian Mathematicians in the First Half of the 20th CenturyRobert Frühstückl

pp. 44–45About the Regions and Regional Conferences of Europe. On the occasion of the Third Caucasian Mathematics Conference (CMC)Betül Tanbay

pp. 50–52References to Research Literature in QA Forums – A Case Study of zbMATH Links from MathOverflowFabian MüllerMoritz SchubotzOlaf Teschke