COMPUTATIONAL AND APPLIED PHYSICS
A Publication of the University of Miskolc
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Aims and Scope
The aim of the journal is to publish research papers on theoretical and applied physics. Special emphasis is given to articles on computational physics low energy quantum mechanics. Papers on a research field and materials effective in teaching can also be accepted. Papers devoted to mathematical problems relevant to computational physics will also be considered.
Frequency of the Journal
One issue a year (approximately 80 pages per issue)
Submission of Manuscripts
Submission of a manuscript implies that
Papers should be written in standard grammatical English. Two copies of the manuscript should be submitted on pages of A4 size. The text is to be 160 mm wide and 190 mm long and the main text should be typeset in 10pt CMR fonts. Though the length of a paper is not prescribed, authors are encouraged to write concisely. Short communications not be longer than 2 pages. Each manuscript should be provided with an English Abstract of about 50--70 words, reporting concisely on the objective and results of the paper. The English Abstract is followed by the Physical Subject Classification -- in case the author (or authors) give the classification codes -- then the keywords (no more than five). References should be grouped at the end of the paper in numerical order of appearance. Author's name(s) and initials, paper titles, journal name, volume, issue, year and page numbers should be given for all journals referenced. For the purpose of refereeing, two copies of the manuscripts should initially be submitted in hardcopy to an editor of the journal. The eventual supply of an accepted-for-publication paper in its final camera-ready form (together with the corresponding files on an MS—DOS diskette) will ensure more rapid publication. Twenty offprints of each paper will be provided free of charge and mailed to the correspondent author.
How to Edit your Manuscript
The journal prefers submission of manuscripts typeset in LaTeX or Word with version number 6.0 or higher.
If you typeset your manuscript in LaTeX follow the instruction given below:
Authors should prefer the standard LaTeX article style and are asked not to define their own LaTeX commands. Please avoid bibtexing; instead, generate your REFERENCES manually.
By downloading the necessary input file and the sample files, and appropriately replacing the text in the sample file with your own text, you will get a manuscript which automatically meets the format requirements.
If you have any question concerning the format of your article contact us via e-mail (see below).