Conceptual requirements for the articles:
- The articles submitted in English, as well as the articles which cover the results of author's (collective) empirical studies, which are executed within the framework of grant programs, scientific themes of departments, laboratories, etc., are primarily considered. From articles in sciences, in which the evidence of research is increased through the use of empirical research methods, it is expected to present, in fact, empirical materials. Articles may also be theoretical, especially in the theoretical sciences, in cases of historical-reflexive analysis, as well as when the theoretical methods of research are most valid for the purpose of the article and research tasks. In this case, the author is expected to present the model, the author's concept, theory, system of concepts, etc.
- The editorial board adopts conceptual surveys - such as theoretical articles - up to 40 pages - based on the materials of the leading dissertations, monographic studies.
- Recommendations for annotation in the language of the article. It is advisable to use such generalization forms as "first presented", "author's position is", "added classification," "compared," "set," etc. Avoid repeating the title of an article.
- List of links. For the preparation of the article it is recommended to refer to the primary sources, which are presented, mainly in the last 5-7 years. We recommend referring to sources that are indexed in Scopus and WoSc bases. Index of bibliography volume should not exceed 6. To calculate index of bibliography volume divide number of sources by total number of pages in the article. This rule does not relate to articles, which review a number of different sources.
- Articles are checked for plagiarism, falsity. It is advisable to avoid excessive self-citations, except when the author reveals the evolution of his own views, and so on.
- Plausibility, originality and non-plagiarism. Article can be approved for publication on the basis of its independent review. Author without any degree has to submit external review of his article as well. Author is responsible for the plausibility of the content, also article’s non-plagiarism, accuracy of facts, quotes, numbers and names. Editors can edit, cut, and make all necessary changes into submitted articles (keeping main ideas, conclusions and author's style).
PACS: Here you must specify PACS codes
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING MANUSCRIPT (TITLE)
N.N. Author1, N.N. Co-author(s)2
1 Affiliation of first author
2 Affiliation of second author (if different from first Authors)
1 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, 1ORCID ID
2E-mail: email@example.com, 2ORCID ID
Received 14 January 2018
Each paper must begin with an abstract. The abstract should be typed in the same manner as the body text (see below). Please note that these Instructions are typed just like the manuscripts should be. The abstract must have at least 1800 phonetic symbols, supplying general information about the achievements, and objectives of the paper, experimental technique, methods applied, significant results and conclusions. Page layout: the text should be printed on the paper A4 format, at least 5 pages, with margins of: Top - 3, Bottom, Left and Right - 2 cm. The abstract should be presented in English (only for foreign authors), Ukraine and Russian.
KEYWORDS: there, must, be, at least, 5 keywords
This is introduction section. This paper contains instructions for preparing the manuscripts. The text should be prepared in .doc format (using MS Word).
The text should be typed as follows:
- title: Times New Roman, 12 pt, ALL CAPS, bold, 1 spacing, centered;
- authors: name, initials and family names; Times New Roman, 12 pt, bold, 1 spacing, centered;
- affiliation(s): Times New Roman, 9 pt, italic, 1 spacing, centered;
- abstract: Times New Roman, 9 pt, 1 spacing, justified;
- body text: Times New Roman, 10 pt, 1 spacing, justified; paragraphs in sections should be indented right (tabulated) for 0.75 cm;
- section titles: Times New Roman, 10 pt, bold, 1 spacing, centered, without numbering, one line should be left, blank above section title;
- subsection titles: Times New Roman, 10 pt, bold, 1 spacing, centered, without numbering in accordance to the section (see below), one line should be left blank above subsection title;
- figure captions: width of the figure should be 85 or 170 mm, figures should be numbered (Fig. 1) and titled below figures using sentence format, Times New Roman, 9 pt, 1 spacing, centered (if one line) or justified (if more than one line); one line should be left blank below figure captions;
- table captions: width of the table should be 85 or 170 mm, tables should be numbered (Table 1.) and titled above tables using sentence format, Times New Roman, 10 pt, 1 spacing, centered (if one line) or justified (if more than one line), tables should be formatted with a single-line box around the outside border and single ruling lines between rows and columns; one line should be left blank below tables;
- equations: place equations centered, numbered in Arabic (1), flush right, equations should be specially prepared in MathType; one line should be left blank below and above equation.
- references: in  square brackets
Embed enumerated figures and tables in your text and placed after the citation. Only black and white drawings and sharp photographs are acceptable. Letters in the figures should be at least 8pt. Figures would be in one of the following graphic formats: jpg, gif, pcx, bmp, tif.
Cite references in AIP style. Numbering in the order of referring in the text, e.g. , [2-5], etc. References should be listed in numerical order of citation in the text at the end of the paper (justified), Times New Roman, 9 pt, 1 spacing.
- Mikolajick, C. Dehm, W. Hartner, I. Kasko, M. J. Kastner, N. Nagel, M. Moert, and C. Mazure, Microelectron. Reliab. 41, 947 (2001).
- Bushkova, B.K. Ostafiychuk and O.V. Copaiev, Physics and Chemistry of Solid State. 15(1), 182-185 (2014). (in Ukrainian)
- Yoshimura, E. Nakai, K. Tomioka, and T. Fukui, Appl. Phys. Lett. 103, 243111 (2013), doi:10.7567/APEX.6.052301
E-print resourses with collaboration research
- Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration), Eur. Phys. J. C, 77, 531, (2017).
OR: M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration), Eur. Phys. J. C, 77, 531, (2017), doi:10.1140/epjc/s10052-017-5061-9
- Sjöstrand et al., Comput. Phys. Commun. 191, 159-177, arXiv:1410.3012 (2015).
- Amin et al. arXiv:1006.3075 (2010).
- Boudreau, C. Escobar, J. Mueller, K. Sapp, and J. Su, arXiv:1304.5639 (2013).
- Inoue and K.R. Spring, Video Microscopy: The fundamentals, 2nd ed. (Plenum, New York, 1997), рр.19-24.
- Gonsky, T.P. Maksymchuk and M.I. Kalinsky, БіохіміяЛюдини [Biochemistry of Man], (Ukrmedknyga, Ternopil, 2002), p. 16. (in Ukrainian)
- V. Mal’tsev, Металлография промышленньіх цветных металлов и сплавов [Metallography of industrial nonferrous metals and alloys], (Moscow, Metallurgiya, 1970), p. 364. (in Russian)
- M. Garkusha, Основи Фізики Напівпровідників [Fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics] (Vysshaja shkola, Moscow, 1982). In: http://gagago.ru/g20-osnovi-fiziki-napivprovidnikiv-pidruchnik-dlya-tehniku.html
- Gonzalez-Leal, P. Krecmer, J. Prokop and S.R. Elliot, in: Photo-Induced Metastability in Amorphous Semiconductors, edited by A.V. Kolobov (Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2003), pp. 338-340.
- Kochelap and S.I. Pekar, in: ТеорияСпонтанной и Стимулированной Хемилюминесценции Газов [Theory of Spontaneous and Stimulated Gas Chemiluminescence] (Naukova dumka, Kyiv, 1986), pp. 16-29. (in Russian)
Conference or symposium proceedings
- Yaakov and R.Huque, in: Second International Telecommunications Energy Symposium Proceedings, edited by E. Yow (IEEE, New York, 1996), pp. 17-27.
- Nikolsky, A.K. Sandler and M.S. Stetsenko, in: Автоматика-2004: Матеріали 11 МіжнародноїКонференції поАвтоматичному Управлінню [Automation-2004: Materials of the 11th International Conference on Automated Management] (NUHT, Кyiv, 2004), pp. 46-48. (in Ukrainian)
- Yaakov and R. Huque, in: Second International Telecommunications Energy Symposium Proceedings, edited by E. Yow (IEEE, New York, 1996), pp. 17-27.
- M. Vikulin, V.I. Irha and M.I. Panfilov, Patent Ukraine No. 26020 (27 August, 2007). (in Ukrainian)
- Use International System of Units (SI system). 2. It is undesirable to use acronyms in the titles. Please define the acronym on its first use in the paper. 3. Refer to isotopes as 14C, 3H, 60Co, etc.
- Manuscripts that do not meet the requirement mentioned above will not be considered for publication!
Article size: 5 to 30 pages.
Languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian
Deadline for accepting articles:
No.1 - until January 15
No.2 - until April 15
No.3 - until July 15
No.4 - until October 15
There are no charges to submit a paper. There are no processing charges.