Truth is always born as heresy,
and dies as prejudice
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Institute of Systemology LLC announces a grant for research in complex systems. [read more]
Institute of Systemology JSC announces a competition for grants for the publication of research papers in systemology and complex systems. [read more]
Our objective in the era of knowledge synthesis is to provide scientists in different fields with a platform for searching for general principles of the structure, development, and interaction of complex systems.
Sharing knowledge and achievements between researchers pursuing the same direction in various sciences is most effective in the framework of periodicals. Interaction within our journal will develop a living common language of interdisciplinary communication.
One of the main goals of the journal is to accumulate research, experimental, and theoretical results from the study of physical, chemical, biological, technical, social, and other complex systems. The goal of the journal is to create a knowledge base on complex systems for generalizations, advancement of new ideas and their popularization for a wide range of readers.
Scientific fields of the journal
Considering the interdisciplinary nature of research related to complex systems, the scientific interests of the journal includes several subjects according to the Higher Attestation Commission classification:
01.04.02 Theoretical physics
05.13.01 Systems analysis
09.00.08 Philosophy of science and technology
01.01.09 Discrete mathematics and mathematical cybernetics
05.13.17 Theoretical foundations of information science
03.01.09 Mathematical biology, bioinformatics
The rubricator lists the areas of research in each subject most suitable for the goals and objectives of the journal. Each subject has areas of study that can be classified as the study of complex systems. The interests of the journal are not reduced only to the areas of research named in the certificates of the Higher Attestation Commission, related to complex systems. If the author conducts research on complex systems in other areas, then the results of these studies can be available to a wide range of scientists when published on the pages of our journal, and the priority of these studies is set to the author.
The problem of access to scientific knowledge is relevant for world science in general, and is especially acute in Russia. Open Access to publications is the basic principle of our journal.
Open access dissemination of knowledge (free, fast, permanent, full-text access to scientific and educational materials in real time).
Provision of materials under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license, which allows unrestricted use of the works, provided that the creator is appropriately credited.
Export of materials to open international repositories of scientific information, such as Google Scholar, OCLC WorldCat, ROAR, BASE, OpenAIRE, RePEc, EBSCO, Socionet, etc., using the OAI-PMH protocol.
The journal is an official member of Open Access 2020 international alliance.