Mathematical Methods, Physical Models and Simulation in Science & Technology
An International Journal
Aim and Scope
The mission of the Journal is the development of modern methodologies based on nonlinear sciences and complexity. It will cover methods, models and simulations, which can be applied in Science and Technology. Original papers of the highest standard in Mathematical Modelling of dynamical systems, numerical and computer simulation of mathematical models or real systems are especially welcomed, covering the following fields: Applied Classical Mechanics, Turbolence, Quantum Mechanics, High Energy Physics, nanotechnology, Cosmology, Biophysics and theoretical Biology.
The Editor in Chief is Prof. Gerardo Iovane, DIIMA, University of Salerno, Italy, email@example.com
The Journal provides a rapid forum for the dissemination of original research articles as well as review articles related to its scope.
We ask the authors to send their articles in Latex, PDF or Word file. We shall mail the style of the articles to the authors once their articles are selected for the publication.
Mathematical Methods, Physical Models and Simulation in Science & Technology (MMPMSST) currently has an acceptance rate of 18%. The average time between submission and final decision is 1 month and the average time between acceptance and publication is 3 to 4 month.
Submission: Authors are requested to submit their papers electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequency: One issues per year
License: Creative Commons 3.0
Editor in Chief
Prof. G. Iovane DIIMA
University of Salerno, Fisciano (Sa) 84084,
Italy : email@example.com
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Vol. 1 (January-December, 2017)
Vol. 2 (January-December 2018)
Vol. 3 (January-December 2019) Special issue: Mathematical Modelling and Applied Computing in Honor of Professor Kiyosi Ito
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