Starting from 2017, “The Space, Time and Fundamental Interactions” journal and website slightly change the format of both the scope and the order of work.
We see the journal in future being an integrated publication, devoted, first and foremost, to fundamental problems of theoretical and mathematical physics, however at the same time gathering works devoted to the development of mathematical and computer methods of fundamental physics’ problem investigation as well as works in field of fundamental and applied mathematics which arise when solving the problems of theoretical physics. To that end, we extend the journal’s subject.
We declare our intent to include the journal to the Scopus and WoS databases. For that, we rearrange the process to reviewing articles.
As a result of these circumstances, the structure and membership of the Editorial Board will be changed. Acknowledged experts in journal’s declared subject disciplines will be added to the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board’s membership will change in the nearest future; the specific scientific directions will be assigned to concrete members of the Editorial Board.
It is in our plans to provide a platform of our website and journal for urgent publications of young scientists. Most likely, these publications in the electronic format will be placed in a dedicated section “Short communications and letters to the Editorial Board”.
We invite specialists from Russia and other countries to cooperation. We accept articles written in Russian or English language. Moreover, let us draw your attention to two circumstances: first, articles in the journal are published at a quick pace (maximum time from receiving an article to its publication is 3 months); second, an unlimited number of publications of the same author within a year is allowed at a very attractive price of yearly subscription to the journal, which is currently 2400 ₽.We are wishing you a creative success and looking forward to publishing your articles on pages of the journal. Editor-in-Chief,
Prof. Yurii G. Ignat’ev.