Journals

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Informatics and Applied Mathematics area:

The journal is a result of scientific cooperation between Northen and South countries which has been under development since more than twenty years, in the framework of the CARI activities (African Conference for the Research in Computer Science). Its principal goal is to become a channel for disseminating the results of this cooperation. The scientific area includes all research topics in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics.

Scientists working in the mentioned themes are welcomed to submit papers; however particular encouragement is directed to authors that can present results coming from collaboration between Africa and Northern countries or results that were entirely obtained in Africa.

Submitted articles must describe novel research results. Articles focusing on application of existing tools will also be considered for publication as long as they bring new insight on a special domain arising in application problems.

DMTCS is a high standard peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to publication of innovative research which covers the fields of Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science and puts a certain emphasis on the intersection of these two fields.
DMTCS exists since 1997 and is in open access since 1998.
With the shift to episciences.org as an open publishing platform, we achieve a new level of organizing open access publishing. This embeds into a high quality administrative, technical and legal infrastructure, that will preserve the scientific work of our community.

The Journal of Data Mining & Digital Humanities is concerned with the intersection of computing and the disciplines of the humanities, with tools provided by computing such as data visualisation, information retrieval, statistics, text mining by publishing scholarly work beyond the traditional humanities.

The JIPS journal was created in 2008 by the Francophone Association for Human-Computer Interaction (AFIHM). It aims to encourage the dissemination of research on human-machine interaction by promoting achievements in this field. The journal accepts two types of contributions: research articles and position papers. The journal also publishes special issues.

Logical Methods in Computer Science is a fully refereed, open access, free, electronic journal. It welcomes papers on theoretical and practical areas in computer science involving logical methods, taken in a broad sense; a list of some particular areas within its scope is available on the journal website. Papers are refereed in the traditional way, with two or more referees per paper. Copyright is retained by the author.

The journal is published by Logical Methods in Computer Science e.V., a non-profit organization whose purpose is to facilitate the dissemination of scientific results pertaining to logic in computer science.

 

Mathematics area:

Épijournal de Didactique et Epistémologie des Mathématiques pour l’Enseignement Supérieuris a peer-reviewed mathematical journal founded in 2019. The selection of articles follows a usual editorial process: the submissions are evaluated by the editorial board after reception of the referee reports. Articles are published in English or in French with an abstract in both languages. The scope of the journal covers didactics and epistemology of mathematics (AMS classification 97-XX Mathematics Education) with a focus on higher-education. EpiDEMES aims at providing a database for the initial or in-service training of higher-education teachers.

The Épijournal de Géométrie Algébrique is a peer-reviewed mathematical journal founded in 2015. The selection of articles follows a usual editorial process: the submissions are evaluated by the editorial board after reception of the referee reports. Articles are published in english or in french (with an abstract in english). The scope of the journal covers algebraic geometry in a broad sense, including complex or arithmetic geometry, algebraic groups and representation theory.

The Hardy Ramanujan Journal is a scientific peer-review journal. The HRJ was created in 1978 and publish articles in the field of the fundamentals mathematics and more precisely in number theory.

The journal of Groups, Complexity, Cryptology is a peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to the publication of articles in the areas of combinatorial and computational group theory, complexity theory, and cryptology. Papers that touch upon at least two of these areas are particularly appreciated. The journal primarily publishes research papers, but comprehensive and timely survey articles on a topic within the scope of the journal are also welcome. 
The journal was published by Walter de Gruyter from 2011 to 2019 under the title Groups, Complexity, Cryptology. The move to a non-commercial platform was made in 2020 to adhere to the principles of truly open access where neither the readers nor the authors are charged.
 

The Journal of Nonsmooth Analysis and Optimization is a newly created scholarly journal, provided on a Fair Open Access basis without cost to both readers and authors. It publishes peer-reviewed articles in all aspects of nonsmooth analysis relevant to optimization and equilibrium problems.

 

Mechanics area:

The JTCAM is an international peer-reviewed overlay journal aiming at publishing innovative research in the field of solid mechanics. Committed to the fundamental principles of Open Sciences, the JTCAM is one of the first Diamond Open Access journals for the mechanics community.

The journal aims to achieve a balance between theoretical, numerical, applied and experimental research. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to non-linear mechanics, dynamics, damage and fracture mechanics, mechanics of materials, plasticity, constitutive modelling, wave propagation and vibration, mechanics of interfaces, fluid-solid interactions, multi-body systems and biomechanics. While being anchored in mechanics, the journal strives to bridge to a broad range of scientific disciplines beyond Engineering, among which Applied Mathematics and Numerical Methods, Materials Science, Applied Physics, Geophysics and Earth Sciences.

 

Human Sciences area:

JIMIS (Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science) was created in December 2015. JIMIS is an interdisciplinary international peer-reviewed journal in English and French. It tackles themes and methods shared by different disciplines from exact/experimental and human/social sciences. Under the auspices of an international steering committee, JIMIS publishes targeted issues lead by invited editors with specific editorial committees.

The Slovo journal (the word or the verb in Russian and other Slavic languages) publishes articles on languages, literatures, cultures and civilizations of the peoples of the post-Soviet space (Slavs, Siberians , Finno-Ugrian, Caucasian, Baltic or Central Asian) and Central and Balkan Europe. Both multi-areal and transdisciplinary, Slovo covers most major disciplines of the humanities: arts and literatures (written and oral), linguistics, history and social sciences, ethnology and anthropology, politics and geopolitics, economics.

The journal Sociétés plurielles is published by the interdisciplinary program "Plural Societies", which aims to analyze the challenges of diversity, pluralism policies and crisis management in societies. It covers all fields of study concerned with the plural in society, and strongly supports interdisciplinary approaches. The journal encourages the publication of research results in different forms of the text: images, video productions, etc. 

 

 

Electronic publishing

ELPUB has featured research results in various aspects of digital publishing for over two decades, involving a diverse international community of librarians, developers, publishers, entrepreneurs, administrators and researchers across the disciplines in the sciences and the humanities. It is unique as a platform for both researchers, professionals and the broader community. The Conference is held annually and contains a multi-track presentation of refereed papers as well as invited keynotes, special sessions, demonstrations, and poster presentations.