The Euler Archive is an online resource for Leonhard Euler's original works and modern Euler scholarship. This dynamic library and database provides summaries of and access to digitized versions of original publications, and references to available translations and current research.

The Euler Archive was created by Dominic Klyve (Central Washington University) and Lee Stemkoski (Adelphi University). Its current Directors are Erik Tou (University of Washington Tacoma) and Christopher Goff (University of the Pacific). This site has been hosted by the Mathematical Association of America since 2011.

The Archive is in the process of migrating its collection to a Digital Commons platform at the University of the Pacific. This will allow the collection to be curated and maintained using modern methods of digital archiving. You can find most of Euler's works on the new site:

Click here to see the new Euler Archive!

While the bulk of Euler's work will be located on the new site, we will retain a number of features of the current site, including historical information concerning the life and times of Leonhard Euler, Ed Sandifer's How Euler Did It column, and a significant percentage of Euler's correspondence.

The Euler Archive would like to thank the following institutions for their support:

The Euler Society

The Mathematical Association
of America

Dartmouth College

Presence Switzerland

SHARE: The Swiss House
for Advanced Research
and Education

State Secretariat
for Education, Research
and Innovation