Welcome to the official website of the International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Physical Sciences. The conference is to be held virtually, during September 5-8, 2022. The conference aims to promote the knowledge and the development of high-quality research in mathematical fields that have to do with the applications of other scientific fields and the modern technological trends that appear in them, these fields being those of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, Economics, Sociology, Environmental sciences etc..
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Agenda 2030, adopted in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly, is an integrated vision for the sustainable development of all the world’s populations. It is articulated into 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) towards which we must collectively strive. The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development 2022 will put the spotlight on the links between the basic sciences and the Sustainable Development Goals. It will be a key moment of mobilization to convince economic and political leaders, as well as the general public, of their importance.
The 11th IC-MSQUARE will support a special session dedicated to Basic Mathematical Research that focus on Sustainable Development Goals.
Articles submitted for the Conference Proceedings must be according to the given template. To facilitate the production team and speed up the process of publishing the proceedings, it is recommended to submit both the source file (compressed in zip file format) and the camera ready file (in pdf format). The submission is performed at the on-line submission system.
Details about the proceedings and special issue journals can be found here.
This year, taking into account the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development agreed upon by the United Nations ensuring the planet’s balanced, sustainable, and inclusive development, we have decided to focus our research efforts on this direction.
The basic sciences have made a significant contribution to the implementation of this program. They provide necessary tools for addressing critical global challenges, such as universal access to food, energy, healthcare, and communication technologies. They enable us to understand the impact of the currently nearly eight billion people on the planet and to act to limit, and sometimes even reduce, ozone depletion, climate change, natural resource depletion, and extinction of species.
In this context, we are organizing a Special Issue with MDPI which will gather research addressing theoretical and applied challenges that concern not only technological development and industry, but our society as a whole. This Special Issue will highlight important developments in the fields of mathematical, statistical, and computational simulation with applications in complex economic and social systems as well as the development of modern machine learning techniques and evolutionary algorithms that can meet the modern challenges facing our planet.
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)|
Fractal and Fractionalfractalfract
|Abstract submission||Tuesday, 30 August 2022|
|Abstract acceptance||Tuesday, 30 August 2022|
|Paper submission||Friday, 09 September 2022|
|Paper acceptance||Friday, 16 September 2022|
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|Conference submission - management system||IDAS Conference Management System|
|Number of submissions received||3,605|
|Number of submissions sent for review||2,900|
|Number of submissions accepted||1,645|
|Average number of reviews per paper||2|
|Total number of reviewers involved||More than 250|
|Plagiarism check system|