Focus and Scope

The reviewed scientific practical journal “Intelligent Systems in Manufacturing” is the subscription periodical scientific publication of Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University.

 

Section Policies

Mathematics and mechanics

New numerical methods and algorithms of solving the tasks of continuum mechanics; mathematical models of technical and manufacturing systems; application of neural network methods, fuzzy logics methods for system analysis and synthesis.

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Mechanical engineering

New techniques in the field of mechanical manufacturing; investigations devoted to increase the efficiency of manufacturing processes with application of new methods of data processing and analysis.

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Measuring equipment

Methods of design and techniques of manufacture of measuring devices for different technical systems; theoretical methods of circuit engineering.

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Computer science and operation

Computer science combines both theoretical and practical aspects of engineering, electronics, information theory, mathematics, logic, and human behavior.

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Earth sciences

Scientific investigations of influence of industrial production on ecology; methods and algorithms of analysis and simulation of geophysical processes.

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Computer linguistics

Development of mathematical models to describe natural languages; application of intelligent methods of processing the language information.

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Energy engineering

Scientific investigations of development of energy saving techniques; development of mathematical models of production and consumption of electrical and heat energy.

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Nano techniques

Mathematical modeling and experiments studies of nano structures; development of techniques of nano materials production and application.

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Articles

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Peer Review Process

1. The journal reviews all submitted to editor’s office materials that correspond to its subject matter to make a peer-review.

2. All reviewers are acknowledged experts in themes of materials to be reviewed and have publications on the themes of the reviewed paper during previous 3 years.

3. An authorized person submits manuscript to reviewer in hard copy. The author does not propose a potential reviewer.

4. Manuscript is submitted to the reviewer responsible for a specific subdivision of the journal. A paper is assessed according to criteria: relevance of research, novelty of the conducted research, matching content and originality level of the paper, contribution to the development of corresponding scientific areas, practical application in industry and economy.

5.Type of review is unilateral and anonymous (“blind”). Author does not know about manuscript reviewer. As a rule, review length constitutes 1 or 2 pages A4 format.

6. A review is submitted to the Editor in Chief deputy (responsible for publication), who informs author/authors about reviews. In case of positive review, the paper is accepted for publication and the process of its editorial processing, arranging details and integration into issue.

7. In case when the manuscript needs improvement, it can be accepted for publication only after correction of all remarks. In this case, the author takes paper, makes improvements, additions, explanations, and processes of review and manuscript submission are repeated until the manuscript is either accepted for publication or finally rejected.

8. If manuscript receives a negative review those of inaccurate information violating ethical standards of scientific publications, it is not accepted for publication.

9. Reviews are kept within publishers and in editor’s office of the journal during 5 years.

10. Editor’s office of the journal sends review copies to the author of submitted manuscripts or reasonable rejections, and takes responsibility to send review copies to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation upon request.

11. Publisher provides persistent storage of the published scientific articles, their availability to the authors upon request.

12. Publisher provides the established order legal deposit peer-reviewed scientific publications in the Information Telegraph Agency of Russia (ITAR-TASS), the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications, the National Library of the Udmurt Republic.

 

Publication Frequency

The magazine is published quarterly.

Articles are published in the relevant thematic sections: mathematics and mechanics, mechanical engineering, measurement technology, earth science, computational linguistics, energy, nanotechnology. There is an additional section «Brief communications».

Articles within each section are placed in alphabetical order (by surname of the first author) Inside the alphabetical section.

All the volumes are next.

Number of copies printed is 500 copies.

 

Author Self-Archiving

Редакция журнала разрешает и даже рекомендует авторам размещать опубликованные статьи на персональных страницах в сети Интернет и на сайтах своих организаций со ссылкой на оригинал публикации на данном сайте.

 

Delayed Open Access

The contents of this journal will be available in an open access format 24 month(s) after an issue is published.

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Indexation

 

Publication Fee

Publication for students, Master degree students and post-graduates of Kalashnikov ISTU is free.

Journal charges for publishing articles to the authors, including this of peer-review management, manuscript processing, journal production, Open-Access, online hosting and archiving. Please contact us for detailes.

 

Editorial board of the journal "Intelligent systems in manufacturing"

Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir A. Alekseyev, DSc in Engineering, Professor, Academic Secretary of Kalashnikov ISTU; e-mail: sovet@istu.ru; (SCOPUS, ORCID)

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Valentin A. Tenenev, DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Deputy editor-in-chief, Responsible for release, Professor of “Higher mathematics” department; Kalashnikov ISTU; (SCOPUS)

Editorial board:

  1. Ali V. Aliev, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Missile and Artillery Sciences,
    DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Dean of "Mathematics and Natural Sciences" faculty, Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  2. Dmitry N. Babin, DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Technical Sciences, Deputy head of laboratory for Problems of theoretical cybernetics of Mechanical-Mathematical Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  3. Victor A. Baranov, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of Russian language center, Head of "Linguistics" department, Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  4. Oleg K. Gusev, DSc in Engineering, Professor, Belarusian National Technical University, Minsk (Belarus); (SCOPUS).
  5. Aleksey M. Lavrentiev, Senior Researcher, ICAR Research Lab — CNRS, Université de Lyon, ASLAN Labex, Lyon (France); (SCOPUS).
  6. Vitaly V. Muravyev, DSc in Engineering, Professor, Head of "Devices and methods of quality control" department, Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUSORCID).
  7. Mikhail A. Pletnev, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor, Head of administration "Centre of strategic initiatives and research", Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUSORCID), (SCOPUS).
  8. Alexander A. Potapov, Senior Researcher, National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET), Moscow (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS), (SCOPUS), (ResearcherID).
  9. Vladimir L. Solomakho, DSc in Engineering, Professor, Director of republic institute of innovative technologies (RIIT), Belorussian National Technical University (Belarus); (SCOPUS).
  10. Alexander P. Tyurin, DSc in Engineering, Professor of Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  11. Sergey V. Umnyashkin, DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Department of Higher mathematics N 1, Moscow State Institute of Electronics (Technical University) (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  12. Vladimir V. Khvorenkov, DSc in Engineering, Professor of Kalashnikov ISTU; Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS).
  13. Boris A. Yakimovich, DSc in Engineering, Professor of Kalashnikov ISTU, Izhevsk (Russian Federation); (SCOPUS), (SCOPUS).
  14. Božek, Pavol, Prof., PhD., Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology, Institute of Production Technologies (Slovakia); (SCOPUSORCID).
  15. Kudláček, Jan, Ing., Ph.D., Vice-head of Department of Manufacturing Technology Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic); (SCOPUSORCID).
  16. Galvão, João Rafael, Professor and Researcher of the School of Technology and Management, PhD, Professor Adjunct, Leiria Politechnic Institute (Portugal); (SCOPUSORCID).
  17. Szalay, Tibor, Dr., Associate prof., Head of Department of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary); (SCOPUSORCID).