Published by the "Education and Upbringing" Publishing,
Prof. Alexei L. TOLSTIK
Prof. Viatcheslav I. KUVSHINOV
Joint Institute of Power and Nuclear Research – Sosny
of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Department of Physics, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
New !!! Since 2013 the Journal supports the gold open access paper submission policy.
See Instruction for authors section for detail.
(i) Editorial Board
A. Anagnostopulos (Greece), L.F. Babichev (Belarus),
J. Bentsman (USA), A. Carbone (Italy), C.C.A.M. Gielin (The Netherlands),
H.V. Grushevskaya (Belarus), W. Kittel
Yu.S.  Kivshar ( Australia),
G.G. Krylov (Belarus), A.D. Linkevich (Belarus),
P.V.E. McClintock (United Kingdom), E. Mosekilde (Denmark),
V.P. Parkhomenko (Belarus),
S.K. Rakhmanov (Belarus), M. Robnik (Slovenia),
A. Ruffing (Germany),V.A Samuilov (USA), G. Wunner(Germany).
(ii) International Advisory Board
S.V. Ablameyko (Belarus), N.B. Abraham (USA), Y. Aizawa (Japan), V.M. Anishchik
(Belarus), N.G. Antoniou (Greece), P.A. Apanasevich
(Belarus), S. Bishop (United Kingdom), T. Bountis (Greece), G. Casati (Italy),
P. Cvitanovic´ (USA), A.D. Dmitriev (Russia),
M.I. Dykman (USA), L. Fortuna (Italy),
S. Grossmann (Germany), H. Haken (Germany), R. Hwa
(USA), W.A. Kaminski (Poland), S.A. Kashchenko (Russia),
N.S. Kazak (Belarus), S.Ya. Kilin (Belarus),
Y. Kuramoto (Japan), A.I. Lesnikovich (Belarus),
P. Manneville (France), L.A. Melnikov (Russia),
T. Mullin (United Kingdom), A.V. Mokshin (Russia), G. Nicolis (Belgium),
V.A. Orlovich (Belarus), J. Parisi (Germany),
A. Pankov( Belarus), K. Pyragas (Lithuania),
O.E. Rössler (Germany), N.N. Rosanov (Russia),
V.A. Sadovnichi (Russia), V.A. Savva (Belarus),
M. Sonis (Israel), M. Soskin (Ukraine), A. Stefanovska (United Kingdom),
V.I. Strazhev (Belarus), L.A. Yanovich (Belarus).
(iii) Aims and Scope
The primary objective of Nonlinear Phenomena in
Complex Systems (NPCS) is to provide a
single forum for this interdisciplinary area to
strengthen links between basic and applied research,
theoretical and experimental methods relating to
nonlinear dynamics of complex systems encountered in the
natural and social sciences. Its goal is to bring
together, in one periodical, significant papers of high
quality on all aspects of nonlinear dynamics, including
phenomena, modelling, and complexity, thereby providing a
focus and catalyst for the timely dissemination and
cross-fertilization of new ideas, principles, and
techniques across a broad interdisciplinary front. The
scope of this international journal includes experiment,
computational, and theoretical aspects of phase
transitions, critical phenomena, self-organization,
bifurcations, chaos, fluctuation phenomena, pattern
formation, fractals and complexity in physics,
mathematics, chemistry, engineering, biology, social and
economic sciences and the other areas of Scientific
(iv) Invitation to Authors
NPCS is a relatively new journal,
which started in December
1998 (Volume 1, No 1-4), and has by now achieved a respectable
scientific quality. Many papers published in NPCS have
been cited in other international high quality journals.
Since 2011 the NPCS Journal is included into the Scopus system.
Potential authors are cordially invited to submit their
papers on any topic covered by the journal.
journal has an already well established readership as can
be concluded from the
of visits to the journal at the master site.
(v) Related Events
II International Seminar "Nonlinear Phenomenology Advances"
will be held October 1-5, 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems is a
quarterly journal, which publishes original research
papers and reviews.