ISSN (Online): 2812-9709
Instructions for Authors
Manuscripts should represent the original work of the authors that have not been previously published in a refereed journal and is not under consideration for publication in another journal. By submitting the manuscript, the authors are taking public responsibility for the legality and originality of the work. As part of the submission process, authors give the statement that they are submitting their original work, which is not being considered for publication elsewhere, that they have all the copyrights, i.e., that they have obtained all necessary permissions for reproduction of any copyright works not owned by them. By submitting to the Journal, the authors are taking public responsibility for the legality and originality of the manuscript.
As part of the submission process, authors need to let that they are submitting their original work, that they have the rights to the work, that they are submitting the work for first publication in the Journal (that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere and has not already been published elsewhere), and that they have obtained and can supply all necessary permissions for reproduction of any copyright works not owned by then.
Content and Structure
All manuscripts must have been in English. Pages should have numbered sequentially. The text of the paper shall be arranged in sections and, when necessary, into subsections. Sections will have been marked with one Arabic numeral and subsections with two Arabic numerals, e.g., 1.1, 1.2, 1.3.
The text shall be organized in the following order:
- Classification of scientific paper;
- UDC number;
- DOI number;
- Title of the paper (not more than 20 words);
- Authors’ full names (ORCID iD and Full affiliation);
- Abstract (not more than 200 words) should present a brief and factual account of the content and conclusions of the paper and sign of the relevance of the new material presented;
- Keywords (recommendation from 5 to 8 words);
- Introduction emphasizes the importance of the research and, until now research in the given field.
- Materials and methods – this section will be related to methods used for conducting research. It is obligatory to cite the author of the applied method;
- Results and Discussion – This section lists and explains the obtained research results. Also, it is desirable to compare the obtained results with other authors’ results;
- Conclusion may emphasize the significance of the paper, its application, and further research possibilities. Acknowledgements will be added after the Conclusion;
- List of references should have numbered and listed in the order in which they seem in the text;
- List of used symbols and their SI units is optional after the list of references.
The manuscript should have been composed by the Article Template given above. The length of contributions should have 4 to 15 pages. Longer contributions will only be accepted if authors give justification in a cover letter. The preferred format for submitting manuscripts online is Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx). For complete instructions, see the Guide for Authors.
The journal asks that all authors submitting a paper register an account with Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID). ORCID numbers for all authors and co-authors should be added to the author data upon submission and will be published alongside the submitted paper, if it should be accepted.
ORCID registration provides a unique and persistent digital identifier for the account that enables accurate attribution and improves the discoverability of published papers, ensuring that the correct author receives the correct credit for their paper.
All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should have listed in an Acknowledgements section. Examples of those who might be acknowledged include a person who provided purely technical help or a department chair that provided only general support.
Authors can send papers to the journal directly through the journal’s website or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. After submitting the manuscript, the corresponding author will receive an acknowledgment confirming receipt and a submission ID number.
The size of manuscript files should not exceed 50 MB. For larger files, please get in touch with the Editorial Office. After manuscript submission, the corresponding author will receive an acknowledgment confirming receipt and a submission ID number.
Revised manuscripts must include the following items:
- Responses to comments that include numbered point-by-point responses to the comments made by the reviewers, Editor-in-Chief, and Editorial Office are labeled ‘Comment’ and ‘Response’ for each item.
- Marked manuscript in which underlined formatting should be applied for any text that was not part of the original manuscript but has now been added. For any text that was part of the original manuscript but has now been deleted, strikethrough formatting should be applied. Changes made to Figures and Tables should be visible and/or explained.
Acceptance and Quality Control
All manuscripts must go through a quality control system before publication. All submissions to the journal are initially reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief and/or his associates. At this stage, a manuscript may be rejected without peer review if it is felt that it is not of sufficient novelty and importance to the science or irrelevant to the journal. This fast rejection process means that authors are given a quick decision and do not need to wait for the review process.
Manuscripts that are not instantly rejected are sent out for peer review. The Editor selects in-confidence reviewers who report on the quality of the submitted manuscript and gives recommendations. At least two independent reviewers will assess each manuscript. The Editor-in-Chief consults members of the Editorial Board closest to the subject of the manuscript and, with the reviewer’s opinion and recommendations, decides about the acceptance for publication. The corresponding author of the manuscripts is informed about the Editor’s decision.