UPDATE: On 1 January 2021 this journal will transfer back from Taylor & Francis to Atlantis Press to be published as a fully open access journal. All accepted articles submitted on or after 1 September 2020 will be published on an open access basis, i.e. will be immediately and permanently free to read, download, copy & distribute. An Article Publication Charge (APC) of EUR 750 per accepted article will apply. Please return later for further updates.
The online ISSN of the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is 1776-0852.
The print ISSN of the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is 1402-9251.
The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is a quarterly journal which publishes 4 regular issues per year. Note that the latest volumes of the journal are co-published with Taylor & Francis, a division of Informa PLC. These can be found on the Taylor & Francis website for the journal.
The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is currently indexed in AMS Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet), zbMATH (Zentralblatt MATH; edited by the European Mathematical Society, Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and FIZ Karlsruhe), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory (Ulrichsweb), Google Scholar, Clarivate's Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE; one of the Web of Science core collections), Scopus, and several other databases. A complete overview is as follows:
The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is a co-publication with Taylor & Francis (T&F) and applies the T&F copyright policy. Authors who publish in the journal are requested to sign a copyright transfer agreement upon acceptance of their article. As part of this agreement, Authors transfer copyright to T&F while retaining certain rights themselves (such as, for example, patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights, including research data). For more information on the T&F copyright policy, please visit this page. Note that it is also possible to publish your article in this journal as open access through the T&F Open Select program. For more information about the open access publishing options offered by T&F, please check this page.
The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics applies a single-blind peer review process. This means that the names of Reviewers are hidden from the Authors. Each article is typically reviewed by two independent subject experts, with a final decision on acceptance made by the Editor-in-Chief. For more information about the peer review process for this journal, please refer to the Peer Review section in the journal's Author Guidelines.
The Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics adheres to the ethical standards as outlined in the policies of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). As such, the journal follows the COPE Core Practices and the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing. All ethical and misconduct cases for this journal are handled according to these guidelines and it is expected of Authors, Editors and Reviewers that they follow the COPE standards on ethical behaviour contained in them. For more information, please refer to the Atlantis Press Publishing Ethics & Misconduct policy.
Each article that is accepted for publication in the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). DOIs are standardized digital identities which can be used to cite and link to electronic content. A DOI is guaranteed to never change, so can be used as a persistent identifier to permanently link to an electronic article no matter where it is stored. More information on how to cite and use DOIs can be found here.
Atlantis Press is committed to the permanent availability and preservation of scholarly research and to ensure accessibility to this research by converting and upgrading digital file formats to comply with new technology standards. Besides maintaining its own digital archive, Atlantis Press therefore collaborates with the National Library of the Netherlands which permanently archives all Atlantis Press content in their “e-Depot”. All issues of the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics are uploaded to this e-Depot after publication to guarantee permanent archiving of the articles. Note that the e-Depot is available through on-site access at the National Library of the Netherlands and if Atlantis Press would be unable to provide access to content on its own platform (temporarily, in an emergency or permanently) access to the e-Depot can be provided to the global public on request.