1. Please read first the detailed Publication ETHICS. (Elsevier recommendations and COPE's Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors). Submitted articles will be checked in a plagiarism tool and that any ethical misconduct will be considered very seriously.
Please use the IMRAD model for structuring your work. The following parts of the article are mandatory:
The title should not contain verbs.
The title should not include such words as analysis, research, study, to the question, new, problems, questions, some, features, special, from the point of view, application, search, definition, modern, current, solution, best, most / least profitable, optimum, most etc.
Abstract should have the same structure as the article and include problem urgency; purpose; methods; results; conclusions.
Abstract should be of 200-250 words.
From 5 to 10 words or word combinations.
The recommended quantity of references is 20.
The cited papers should be relatively recent, actual and open access. Scientific publications included in the Scopus or Web of Science database should form the main part of the list of references.
Reference lists are checked for accuracy. References can only be linked via Crossref if they are correct and complete.
2. Please prepare your paper (6-10 pages) using the MS Word template provided
3. Submit your paper by sending to the email address email@example.com
4. Wait for confirmation from the Committee.