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Author Guidelines

REQUIREMENTS TO TEXT REGISTRATION


Font - Times New Roman
Font size - 14
Line spacing - 1
Document margins - 20 mm from all sides
Number of Pages - 6
Article Language: English


STRUCTURE


NAME (TITLE)

Ivan Ivanov
PhD, Associate Professor
Department of Philology
Tallinn University of Technology
E-mail: maemail@ttu.ee

Extended abstract (Abstract) (200-250 words)
Abstract should be an summary of the article, i.e. briefly repeat all sections of the article
Keywords at least 10 words):
Keywords should be unique for this research
1. Introduction
The section of the article «Introduction» should provide the reader, who does not have fluent problems, all the necessary background information, so that the relevance of scientific research becomes understandable. It is necessary to do a literary survey that will show the relevance of the problem, revealing the previously unexplored sides of the problem. The logical conclusion of the «Introduction» section is the description of the research aims and objectives.

2. Methods
The section should contain a description of the materials, methods, techniques, approaches, etc., that are involved in the study of the object.
3. Results
In the section, it is necessary to present the research results (using sufficient graphic and tabular material for understanding) with an emphasis on what result is obtained or expected at realization of the proposed ideas.
4. Discussion
The result should be accompanied by the author's interpretation, i.e., the answer to the question, what can be explained the obtained results.
In this section it is necessary to describe:
– how the results are correlated with the existing ones;
– advantages and disadvantages of the results;
– the results are useful in practice and where they can be applied;
– how it is possible/planned to develop or use the obtained results in further studies.
Acknowledgments funding sources (if any)
References (at least 10 sources): the list of literature is made in accordance with the APA standard

Sections

Computer Sciences

The manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on the study of problems associated with specific processes of information processing and data presentation, as well as with structures, mechanisms and schemes of information processing. The subject matter of manuscripts may relate to algorithms, programming languages, architecture of computers, operating systems and computer networks, software development, databases and knowledge, information retrieval systems, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, human-computer interaction, mathematical apparatus of information technologies and systems.

Material Science

Manuscripts submitted to this section focused on research promoting achievement of understanding of the links between the processes of formation of structure and properties of all materials and the elucidation of mechanisms involved in the synthesis and processing of materials. There may also be affected the aspects of the modern understanding of the structure and properties of materials involving evidence base using the theory and / or modeling (or) numerical methods.

In this case, it is welcomed the comparison with existing experimental results reported in the literature and in this study, with the aim of testability of new results on the structure, properties and mechanisms of formation of the material structures.

Mechanical Engineering

Manuscripts submitted to this section should be devoted to technology of engineering and engineering in the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. This study can be based on using the principles of physics, materials science, theory of mechanisms, thermodynamics, mechatronics and nanotechnology.

Fundamental and applied physics

Manuscripts submitted to this section should be devoted to the study of matter and attempts to explain and predict natural phenomena based on empirical data. Each hypothesis, which is put forward, should be verified using theoretical or experimental data; Articles should contain a strong evidence base to verify the proposed hypotheses.

Ecology

This section accepts manuscripts devoted to the study of the interactions of living organisms between themselves and with their environment are accepted. Original articles, review articles, reports are accepted for publication.

Chemical Science

Manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on the study of all aspects of chemical reactions; the study of the chemical structure and properties of substances and the development of methods of chemical analysis.

Chemical Engineering

Manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on study of the problems of production, transformation, transportation, and use of chemicals, materials and energy; process optimization of transformations of raw materials into a finished product with the study of methods of applied mathematics and economic analysis; automation of chemical and technological processes.

Mechanical Engineering

Manuscripts submitted to this section should be devoted to technology of engineering and engineering in the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. This study can be based on using the principles of physics, materials science, theory of mechanisms, thermodynamics, mechatronics and nanotechnology.

Mathematical Sciences

Manuscripts submitted to this section, are focused on study of the relationships between the different disciplines of Theoretical and Applied Mathematics. Research areas include: linear algebra and analytic geometry, mathematical analysis integral calculus, differential equations, mathematical statistics, probability theory, set theory, mathematical modeling and optimization, system analysis, fuzzy set theory, numerical methods, theory of strategic and statistical games , the theory of organizational and technical systems, graph theory, as well as combinations of the above mentioned mathematical disciplines.

Engineering

The manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on research and the use of scientific principles in the design and construction of machines for various purposes, structures and other objects, including bridges, tunnels, roads, vehicles and buildings. Engineering discipline covers a wide range of more specialized areas of engineering, each of which has a more specific emphasis on specific areas of applied mathematics, applied sciences and applications.

Geology

Geology

Chemistry

Manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on the study of all aspects of chemical reactions; the study of the chemical structure and properties of substances and the development of methods of chemical analysis

Earth and Planetary Sciences

The manuscripts submitted to this section are focused on the results of research in the field of Earth sciences and planets in the following aspects: evolutionary processes, physical, chemical, mechanical processes on Earth and on other planets.

 

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