11th International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Physical Sciences

September 5-8, 2022
International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

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..

All Conference related actions (submission, registration etc) are performed on-line by creating an account. After that, authors can login and have access to a number of tools for submitting a paper, proposing for a workshop, registering, send requests, manage their reviews etc.

Special session for Basic Sciences and Sustainable Development

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.


All papers submitted to the IC-MSQUARE will pass a two-stage single-blinded peer review process. Accepted papers will be published in a AIP Conference Proceedings (the American Institute of Physics Publishing). The Conference considers it of the utmost importance to enhance the visibility and detectability of published papers by including them in the most important abstracting and indexing databases. The proceedings of the Conference are indexed in various services, including these top databases:
  • The Conference Proceedings Citation Index (part of Web of Science)
  • Scopus (Elsevier)
  • Inspec
  • Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
  • Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

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.

Paper templates: MS-WORD   LaTeX  

Details about the proceedings and special issue journals can be found here.

Special Issue

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.

Participating Journals

The journals that will participate in this Special Issue are:
Journal Name Impact Factor CiteScore Launched Year First Decision (median)
- 2.9 2008 14.47 Days
2.524 4.0 1999 18.46 Days
Fractal and Fractional
3.313 3.7 2017 19.82 Days
2.258 2.2 2013 18.95 Days
- - 2019 28.1 Days

Registration and Important Dates

Registration is performed on-line. Important dates are:

Abstract submission Tuesday, 30 August 2022
Abstract acceptance Tuesday, 30 August 2022
Paper submission Friday, 09 September 2022
Paper acceptance Friday, 16 September 2022

Information about registration can be found here.

How to ...

You can easily access all the services of this web page in only a few steps by creating an account. After that you can:

Submit a paper
Submitting a paper is a 2-step procedure. First you submit the abstract with details about the co-authors. In this step you do not have to prepare any documents. The submission is performed with online forms. After acceptance of your abstract you must prepare your manuscript according to the given templates.
Propose for a workshop
You can propose for a workshop by submitting the title and a short description. After acceptance, you will be responsible for the submissions to your workshop and you will be one of the editors of the proceedings volume.
Act as reviewer
You can take part in the scientific program by acting as reviewer.
Submit a request
You can easily submit requests, questions or remarks in a ticket-based request system. Your request will be served in the next working day.
Print certificates
You can print from your account all the formal certificates and invoices of the conference (except for the participation certificate which is given on site).
Pay for the registration fees
You can easily pay on line by credit card or print a pay form with all the details to make a payment by bank transfer.

All the above (and even more) can easily be done by creating an account.

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Conference statistics

Geographical distribution of participants

More than 5,000 delegates have registered for the conference in recent years. The adjacent figure shows the geographical distribution of the country of origin of the participants.

Papers and Citations

Since 2012, more than 1,600 articles have been published in the conference proceedings, which during this period have collected more than 10,000 citations, a number which is constantly increasing.

Frequency of Topics

The adjacent figure shows the frequency of the scientific area of ​​the papers presented at the conference.

Management System

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
Acceptance Rate 56%
Average number of reviews per paper 2
Total number of reviewers involved More than 250
Plagiarism check system

Special Session/Publications for Mathematical Modeling and Sustainable Development

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