NPCS    

NONLINEAR PHENOMENA
IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS

An Interdisciplinary Journal
ISSN 1561-4085 (Print), ISSN 1817-2458 (Online)

Recognized by the European Physical Society  EPS

Supporting
organizations:


Belarusian State University
(Minsk, Belarus)

B.I. Stepanov Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
(Minsk, Belarus)

Center for Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics - CAMTP
University of Maribor
(Maribor, Slovenia)

Belarusian Republican Fundation for Fundamental Research
(Minsk, Belarus)

"Education and Upbringing" Publishing
(Minsk, Belarus)

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research - JINR
(Dubna, Russia)

Saint-Petersburg State Polytectic University,
(Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

Department of Physics and Astronomy,
University of Pennsylvania
(Philadelphia, USA)

Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
(Kyoto, Japan)

Publication started: 1998

Address of the Editorial Office:
Journal NPCS
Joint Institute for Power and Nuclear Research "Sosny"
99 Acad. Krasina Str.
Minsk 220072
Belarus

E-mail:
j-npcs@sosny.bas-net.by

Fax: (+375) 17 391 13 35



Published by the "Education and Upbringing" Publishing,
Minsk, Belarus

Editors-in-Chief:
Prof. Viatcheslav I. KUVSHINOV
Joint Institute of Power and Nuclear Research Sosny of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

Prof. Alexei L. TOLSTIK
Department of Physics, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus

Since 2013 the Journal supports the gold open access paper submission policy.
See Instruction for authors section for detail.

New !!! Issue 3 for the year 2014 of the Journal is the fully open access issue !!!

(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 (The Netherlands), 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 endeavour.

(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.
The online journal has an already well established readership as can be concluded from the statistics of visits to the journal at the master site.

(v) Related Events

International Seminar "Descriptive Data Processing Techniques" has been held September 9-11, 2014 in St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

"FANS & ANPh 2014" Meetings has been held September 29 - October 3, 2014 in Minsk, Belarus.




Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems is a quarterly journal, which publishes original research papers and reviews.


Created, designed and maintained by Dr. Leonid F. Babichev and Dr. George Krylov
Last updated: November 25, 2014
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