Scientific journal «Cognitive Sciences in the Information Society»

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Scientific journal «Cognitive Sciences in the Information Society»

The journal accepts articles on the following fields of research:

2.3. Information technology and telecommunications

  • 2.3.1. System analysis, management and information processing
  • 2.3.2. Computing systems and their elements
  • 2.3.3. Automation and control of technological processes and production
  • 2.3.4. Management in organizational systems
  • 2.3.5. Mathematical and software support for computing systems, complexes and computer networks
  • 2.3.6. Information security methods and systems, information security
  • 2.3.7. Computer modeling and design automation
  • 2.3.8. Informatics and information processes

5.5. Political science

  • 5.5.1. History and theory of politics
  • 5.5.2. Political institutions, processes, technologies
  • 5.5.3. Public administration and sectoral policies
  • 5.5.4. International relationships

5.12. cognitive sciences

  • 5.12.1. Interdisciplinary research on cognitive processes
  • 5.12.2. Interdisciplinary Brain Research
  • 5.12.3. Interdisciplinary Language Studies
  • 5.12.4. Cognitive modeling

The following types of articles may be submitted for publication: theoretical and review articles, original research articles.

The Journal:

  • the Cognitive Sciences in the Information Society is an exclusively online publication, having no printed version;
  • the Journal is published on a quarterly basis (1st issue – January-March; 2nd issue – April-June; 3rd issue – July-September; 4th issue – October-December).

Advantages of the online scientific journal:

  • allows the publication of articles having a large number of colour illustrations along with various multimedia formats; authorial requirements for presenting the results of scientific research are not limited by the online-only format;
  • article-by-article placement – the issue is formed incrementally; articles are posted on the Journal’s website as the review process allows;
  • the cost of publication does not depend on the number of pages – the length of an article is limited only by the need to take a rational approach to the quantity of written material required for reporting on studies conducted by its authors;
  • reduced publication times – the editorial cycle is shortened by eliminating the stages of typographic layout, printing and distributing copies to authors;
  • unlimited opportunities for disseminating information with access to articles provided from anywhere in the world and – an article published in the online open access journal can be sent to colleagues in a matter of seconds, uploaded to the organisation’s website, posted on social networks, etc.