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 Archive is centered on individual web pages corresponding to (and containing information about) each work written by Leonhard Euler (more than 850 of them). Most pages also contain copies of the original publications of these works. These collected works exist on a Digital Commons platform at the University of the Pacific, which you can access by using the navigation links on the left sidebar.

Information on Euler's life and times, Ed Sandifer's How Euler Did It column, Gustaf Eneström's index of Euler's works, and our partial archive of Euler's correspondence are hosted by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). These resources can also be accessed from the left sidebar.

The Euler Archive was created by Dominic Klyve (Central Washington University) and Lee Stemkoski (Adelphi University). It was hosted by Dartmouth College from 2003 to 2011, and by the MAA from 2011 to 2018. The site has been hosted jointly by the MAA and the University of the Pacific since 2018. It is currently managed by Erik Tou (University of Washington, Tacoma) and Chris Goff (University of the Pacific).

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