How to submit a paper to PEPAN journal
The journal accepts papers written in Russian or in English. They can be submitted online on the web: http://pepan.jinr.ru.
The electronic copy of the paper should contain contain text, tables in LaTex-2e + PDF or Word + PDF formats (personal macro-commands are not allowed), and figures as separate files. The pages, equations, figures and tables of the paper should be sequentially enumerated.
All used files (including the copyright agreement http://pepan.jinr.ru/pepan/eng/agreement/ and the permission for publication for Russian authors) should be zipped for submission (ZIP).
The permission for publication should be presented by all authors who have Russian institute affiliation.
To submit a paper online the author should login on the main PEPAN journal page using his/her e-mail as a login. The password will be given to the author after the registration on the journal’s site. The login ("Entry") activates the author’s data entered by him/her during the registration. After that the paper can be submitted using the service "Submit a paper".
On the first page, the author indicates the title of the paper, last names and initials of all co-authors, full names of institutes indicating affiliations of all authors together with the postal address of the mentioned organizations (street, country, and index) and the abstract presented in two languages – Russian and English. The e-mail of the corresponding author should be indicated, too.
The abstract should contain the description of the topic considered in the paper, the aim of the work and its main results. The abstract is recommended not to exceed 8 lines.
The Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme® (PACS) index should be shown under the abstract (see http://www.aip.org/pacs).
The equations and all labels indicating physics quantities should be presented in italics (E, V, m, etc.). Vector quantities should be shown in bold without arrows over the symbols.
The following symbols should be shown using regular font: functions (sin, arcsin, sh, etc.); mathematics characters (max, min, opt, ñonst, idem, lim, lg, ln, log, det, exp), etc.
Upper and lower indices should be presented in italics except abbreviations including surnames which should be shown by regular font: ƒabc, ζxy, GYuk, λeff (t, β ), xmax. Indices in Russian are allowed if there are no standard international abbreviations in this case and they should be presented using regular font: Uô, Pâ.
Chemical element symbols should be shown by regular font: Ñl, Fe.
Figures should be of good quality. The recommended format is .eps (Encapsulated PostScript). Black-white figures are preferred since the colored printing is not available. All figures should be of the same size. The maximal width is 11,5 cm, the maximal height is 17,5 cm (including the caption). The width of small figures should not be less than 6 cm.
All legends are recommended to be noted by Arabic numerals or Latin letters on the figure and be explained in detail in the caption.
References should be shown at the end of the paper under the title “References” (or “Ñïèñîê ëèòåðàòóðû” if in Russian). Please put them in order according to their appearance in the text of the paper. Unpublished results and personal communications are not allowed in the reference list. Every reference must contain last names and initials of all co-authors (except collaborations) of the paper. Reference style:
- Reference to a journal publication:
Zubov A. S., Adamian G. G., Antonenko N. V., Ivanova S. P., Scheid W. // Eur. Phys. J. A. 2007. V. 33. P. 223–230.
Aubert B. et al. (BaBar Collab.) // Phys. Rev.D. 2002.V. 65. P. 051101.
Barbashov B. M., Pestov I. B. // Mod. Phys. Lett.A. 1997.V. 12, No. 26. P. 1957–1968.
- Reference to a rapid communication/preprint:
Òÿïêèí À. À. Ïðåïðèíò ÎÈßÈ Ä1-99-292. Äóáíà, 1999. 4 ñ.
Muzychka Al. Yu., Pokotilovski Yu. N., Geltenbort P. JINR Commun. E3-98-18. Dubna, 1998. 10 p.
- Reference to a book:
Êîêîðåâà Ë. Â. Ì.: Íàóêà, 1998. 241 ñ.
- Reference to Conference proceedings:
Äæåëåïîâ Â. Ï. // Èçä. 2-å, èñïð. è äîï. Äóáíà, 2009. Ñ. 95.