JNMP publishes original research papers in the
fields of mathematics and physics. JNMP publishes letters (short
notes), original research articles and review articles. Only papers
that fall within the aims and scope of JNMP will be considered for
publication. For a more precise description of the aims and scope,
please click here.
High quality research papers are considered
for publication if they have not been published previously and are not
under consideration elsewhere. Authors are reminded that papers are
published to be read and should compose their works with as wide
audience in mind as is consistent with the maintenance of scientific
JNMP is co-published with Taylor and Francis and we apply the T&F copyright policy regarding the published papers. Once the paper is ready for publication, T&F requires a copyright transfer. A copyright license form will be sent to you when you receive the proofs of your paper that is to be published.
For more information on T&F's copyright policy, please refer to this page.
After a first check whether the paper is within the JNMP aims and scope
and of reasonable scientific quality, all papers are reviewed by at
least one external referee and by the Editorial Board. The Editorial
Board review is done via a password-protected internet page (the
Editors' Page) for a period of one month and takes place before the
referee(s) has(have) been consulted. All papers are reviewed on the
Editors' Page and if the Editors reject a paper during this period,
then it is not further reviewed by external referees. The
Editor-in-chief takes the final decision on the acceptance of a
Based on their review reports a final
assessment will be made by the editor-in-chief. Three outcomes are
- Accepted: the paper is accepted for publication, no changes
- Revision requested: the authors are requsted to revise
their original submission according to the instructions from the
editor-in-chief and the referee(s). The revised paper will then be
further reviewed by the referee(s) and the editorial board;
- Rejected: the paper is rejected, the author receives a full
report on the reasons why.
Procedure and time line
After submission the corresponding author receives a confirmation of
reception within 1 week. The reviewing of a paper takes in average
about 10 weeks, but this depends strongly on the subject and the
details of the article. Our main policy is not to compromise on
quality, so in some cases the reviewing time can be longer. Once a
paper has been accepted for publication it will be elaborated by
our copy-editor, so that it is suitable for on-line publication at the
JNMP website. Before its publication, the galley proofs of the paper
will be sent to the corresponding author for proofreading.
Publication policy and Open Access
Papers will be prepared for on-line publication on the JNMP website as soon as they have been accepted. From then on they will be available in PDF to the JNMP subscribers from the website of our publishing partner Taylor & Francis (http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tnmp20). Authors will receive a copy of the final file as published in JNMP, incl. JNMP formatting and page numbers.
It is also possible to publish your paper in Open Access mode. For 2012 and 2013 a special publication fee of 1000 USD will be charged. For more details, please check here.
JNMP requires all papers to be prepared LaTeX-files as this will give the best formatting results. However, for the submission, please use a PDF version of your article.
Author instructions, Templates and Sample files
For the submission of a paper in LaTeX the author is required to read and use use the JNMP instruction files, templates and samples which have been prepared by Atlantis Press. For the LaTeX instructions, please click here.
Once the letter/article/review article has been prepared using the JNMP guidelines and style file, please submit a PDF version of the paper by email to the following address:
Prof. Norbert Euler
Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
Code of Ethics and Malpractice
The publication of an article in a peer-reviewed journal is an essential building block in the development of a coherent and respected network of knowledge. It is a direct reflection of the quality of the work of the authors and the institutions that support them. Peer-reviewed articles support and embody the scientific method. It is therefore important to agree upon standards of expected ethical behavior for all parties involved in the act of publishing: the author, the journal editor, the peer reviewer, the publisher and the society of society-owned or sponsored journals. Please see here for the codes and conduct Atlantis Press and its editors adheres to (both in English and Chinese).