Обложка журнала
Journal title (English)
ERGODESIGN
Language of publication
Russian, English
ISSN
2658-4026 (online)
Periodicity (English)

Periodicity of journal publication is every three months – up to 50 MB.

The journal is included in Russian science citation index?
Yes 70094

RULES

 of  submission, reviewing and publication of papers in Ergodesign

 

  1. Scientific and technical papers reflecting the results of research conducted by the author (s), which should correspond to the subject matters of the journal, are accepted for publication.
  2. Authors should provide original works containing reliable results of the scientific research done. When using text or graphic information borrowed from other papers, references to relevant publications are required. If the parts of the submitted manuscript have already been published, the authors should refer to the earlier paper, showing the difference between the new submission and the previous ones.
  3. Submission of a paper to more than one journal is unacceptable and is regarded as unethical behavior of the authors.
  4. For publication in the journal papers are submitted electronically:

• the text of the paper signed by all authors (program database file (PDF));

• the text of the paper (docx file; Word-2010);

• expert opinion on the possibility of publishing the paper content in open access (PDF);

• written recommendation of the supervisor (for graduate students, master and bachelor degree students who submit a paper without co-authors) (PDF);

• a package of figures (TIFF, JPG files with 300 dpi at least).

 

After the paper is accepted for publication, the author/authors and the founder sign a License agreement.

The text of the paper should be carefully checked by the author.

 

  1. All reviewers are recognized experts in the field of the reviewed materials and have papers in the same scope published within the last 3 years. The members of the editorial board of the journal, who have knowledge and experience in the research area close to the topic of the author’s manuscript, are mainly involved as reviewers. Reviewers’ recommendations are the basis for the decision to publish the paper. Specialists working in the same institution as the author (authors) of the paper cannot be reviewers. The papers should be reviewed within 10 days of submission. If the review recommends paper revision or the paper is rejected, a copy of the review is sent to the author. Reviews of papers are kept in the editorial office for 5 years. When the editorial board receives a corresponding request, copies of the reviews are sent to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
  1. Files submitted to the editorial office should be named after the first author (for example, Ivanov_I.I.).
  1. The paper for this journal should be 6-10 pages of A4 format (automatic hyphenation mode), including graphs, figures, tables and references.

8.  The text of the paper should be 1- spaced and contain:

  • in the upper left corner - UDC (letter height is 12 pt);
  • on the right – initials, surname of the author (authors) separated by commas (letter height is 12 pt);
  • title of the paper (uppercase letter height is 14 pt, bold, center alignment);
  • abstract (4 to 6 lines; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm);
  • keywords (6 – 8 words; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm);
  • paper text (letter height is 12 pt; paragraph is 10 mm; margins: top, bottom, right, left - 20 mm);
  • a reference list (letter height is 10 pt; the title is in uppercase letters);
  •  information on the authors: full name, academic degree, academic title, position, place of work, work address, work and/or home phone numbers, e-mail (letter height is 10 pt, the title is in uppercase letters, right alignment);
  • abstract (15 to 18 lines; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm).

Grant references should be given at the end of the paper (after Conclusion)

 

  1. The title of the paper should be informative, clearly reflect its content in a few words (mostly keywords). The abstract should make it possible to understand the main content of the article, its relevance and whether the reader should refer to its full text or not (one of the ways to write an abstract is to give a brief summary of the paper structure, including aims, objectives, methods and results). The summary is translated into English in the editorial office of the journal and is aimed to inform the foreign reader about the content of the paper. It should be informative (contain concrete information), original (does not duplicate the results obtained and published earlier), content-related (include the aim, methods, study progress, results, brief conclusions), structured (follow the description logic of the paper results) and concise (15 – 20 lines).
  2. The text of the paper should be well-structured. The introduction should contain information on the problem statement and possible application of the results in practice. The main part should have several sections (with headings) and contain a problem statement and the method proposed of its solution; the difference between the proposed statement of the problem from the already known; the advantage of the developed method in comparison with the existing (it should contain an example confirming the efficiency of the proposed solution). The paper should be completed with a meaningful discussion (conclusion) of the results.
  3. Formulas, letters (uppercase and lowercase, Latin and Greek alphabets), numbers, and other characters should be readable. All Latin letters are typed in italics, all Russian and Greek – upright. Formulas should be in 12 points Microsoft Equation 3.0 (Word-2010).
  4. Figures, graphs, charts, diagrams, tables and other graphics should be embedded to the text (after their mentioning) and should have legends (letter height is 10 pt, center alignment), and tables should have headings. Figures can be inserted in the text with runaround. Lettering in figures should be 10 points in Times, upright, starting with a capital letter. Formulas should be in a word processor compatible with MS Word 2010.
  5. Reference list should be in accordance with GOST R 7.0.100-2018 Bibliographic Record. Bibliographic Description and contain at least 10 references not earlier than 1970 and mainly presented in the international databases Scopus and/or Web of Science.
  6. All measurements should be in SI units.
  7. The editorial board evaluates the submitted documents in terms of their completeness (in accordance with paragraph 4), screens the text of the paper for unoriginal material using "Antiplagiat" system and reviews the papers in terms of relevance, scientific novelty, quality, compliance with the main scientific and technical fields of the journal.
  8. If the paper is returned for revision by the editorial board recommendation (up to 7 working days), the journal indicates the date of receiving the corrected text.
  9.  Authors of papers are not paid a fee; papers are published free of charge.
  10.  The papers that do not correspond to the subject matter of the journal and those not meeting its requirements, as well as submitted not in full completeness, will not be accepted. Manuscripts are not returned to their authors. The editorial board is not obliged to review all incoming materials and does not discuss rejected manuscripts with the authors.

 

Guidelines for the preparation and execution of scientific articles in journals indexed in international scientometric databases

Article template

Sample bibliographic references

The model author's contract

The order of publication of articles

The editorial board of online edition Ergodesign adheres its activities to the Russian Federation law of 27.12.1991 № 2121-1 (updated of 03.07.2016) "On Mass Media", Regulation "On the journal Ergodesign", as well as the recommendations and standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE’s Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors,http://publicationethics.org/).

The editorial board of the journal does its best to comply with ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community, studies and takes into account the valuable experience of reliable international journals and publishers.

The Declaration of Publication Ethics contains the general principles and rules of relationship of participants involved in scientific publications (authors, reviewers, editors, publisher).

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EDITOR

Manuscript Assessment

The papers submitted to the journal should contain the scientific research results obtained by the authors, which have not been published anywhere before.

Reviewing papers submitted to the editorial office of the journal is aimed at ensuring the high quality of scientific papers published in the journal. All papers submitted to the editorial office for publication are reviewed.

The scientific paper undergoes peer-review twice: internal peer-review is carried out by the experts of the journal editorial board; external peer-review is done by experts who evaluate the level and clarity of presentation of the submitted material, whether it fits to the journal’s aim and scope, if your work is new and original as well as the conclusions are reliable. Reviewers' recommendations are the basis for the decision to publish the paper. The paper can be rejected both at the stages of internal and external peer-review.

The editorial board is fully responsible for the decision to publish the paper.

The editorial board of the journal makes its decision on publication, adhering to the editorial policy of the journal, taking into account current copyright laws, evaluating manuscripts according to their scientific content. In case of a positive decision of the reviewers and the editorial board, the paper is published in the next issue of the journal; authors hold copyright.

In case of rejection to publish, the author is given feedback with reasoned decision. The manuscript of the rejected paper is kept in the editorial office for at least 1 year. The paper review is sent to the author without the name of the reviewer but indicating the period during which the author can give his answer to the review. In case of giving sound explanation by the author, a second peer-review is carried out, and the decision to publish the paper is made again.

 

Confidentiality

The editor and editorial staff are not entitled to:

• to disclose information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding authors, reviewers, other editorial advisers and, if required, the publisher;

• to use unpublished materials of the submitted manuscript without the author’s permission.

 

Conflict of Interest

In case of any conflict of interest based on competitiveness, cooperation or other kinds of relations with one of the authors, companies or institutions associated with the submitted manuscripts, the editor sends the manuscript for reviewing to another member of the editorial board.

In case of complains on violation of publishing ethics concerning the submitted manuscript or published article, the editor together with the publisher should take adequate measures. Every report of unethical conduct should be considered, even if it comes years after the publication of the article. If the complaint is supported by the editorial board of the journal, appropriate corrections, denials or apologies should be published.

 

Review Storage and Provision

In accordance with the requirements of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, reviews of scientific papers are stored in the journal office for at least 5 years and can be provided to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation upon request. If the paper is rejected, the authors are sent a review of the paper containing the reasons for the rejection to be published in the journal.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF PEER REVIEWERS

Contribution to Editorial Decisions

The reviewer evaluation contributes to making editorial decisions, as well as to improving the quality of the published article through the cooperation of the editor and the author.

When discussing the author's response to the review, the reviewer has the right to participate in the debate.

Rapid Decision Making

The reviewer should inform the editor and excuse himself from the review process if he feels unqualified to review the research presented in the paper, or he knows that he cannot meet the deadline.

Confidentiality

Any manuscript submitted for review should be treated as a confidential document. It is not acceptable to show it to other reviewers or discuss it with other experts without the permission of the editor-in-chief.

Standards of Objectivity

Reviewers should express their opinion clearly and reasonably: reviews of scientific works should be objective and do not contain personal criticism of the author.

 

Authentication of References

Reviewers should:

• analyze the sources used by the author of the paper, as well as the quality of bibliographic references of the citations used in the paper;

• identify published materials in a peer-reviewed manuscript that are cited but not bibliographically referred by the author;

• draw the editor's attention to significant or partial similarities with another paper which is familiar to the reviewer.

Information Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Confidential data or ideas, which the reviewer learns during the review, should remain confidential and should not be used for personal gain or transferred to third parties. Reviewers should not be involved in the review and evaluation of manuscripts in which the reviewers are personally interested. Unpublished manuscript should not be used by the reviewer in his own research without the written permission of the author.

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF AUTHORS

Reporting Standards

Authors should provide reliable results; objectively assess the significance of their research. The data of the research should be clearly presented in the paper, containing sufficient information so that others could replicate the experiments of the authors.

Before the paper is submitted to the editorial office for consideration, authors should obtain a written permission (expert report) of the organization to which they are affiliated for using the paper content.

Authors can give information about the funding of the research, which results it describes.

Data Access and Storage

Authors may be asked to provide initial data for editorial review. They should be ready to provide open access to such data if required within a reasonable period of time after publication.

Originality and Plagiarism

Authors should submit only original papers. When using text or graphic information of third parties or from their own but already published papers, references to relevant publications or written permission of the author are required. While reviewing the submitted papers, the editorial board screens them for unoriginal material.

Duplicate, redundant and competitive publications

Authors should indicate in the abstract that their paper is published for the first time. If the parts of the manuscript have been previously published in another paper, authors are encouraged to refer to the prior paper and show the significant difference between the new submission and the previous paper. Verbatim copying of own works and their paraphrasing are unacceptable; they can be used only as a basis for new conclusions.

Submitting an article to more than one journal is considered unethical and unacceptable.

Authentication of References

Authors should acknowledge the contribution of other persons who have influenced the study. Bibliographic references to the works used are considered necessary. Information received from third parties privately should not be used in the manuscript without their written permission.

Authorship

The list of authors is limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the research, the progress and results of which are described in the paper. All those who have contributed substantially should be listed as co-authors. The article may contain information about the participants of the research project. The corresponding author should ensure that the names of all co-authors and participants of the project are listed, and that all co-authors have given their permission to its publication, having read and approved the final manuscript before the submission.

Participants of the research, according to which the scientific paper was prepared, but not included in the number of co-authors of the paper, should be listed separately after "Conclusion".

 

Quality of Submitted Manuscript

The paper should be prepared in accordance with the requirements of the journal editorial board. The authors should contact the editorial board to deviate from these requirements. The information provided about the authors should be reliable. In case of any changes in the information, the authors should notify the editor.

Glaring Errors in Published Papers

If the author finds a glaring error or inaccuracy in his published article, he should immediately inform the editor or publisher of the journal and assist them in eliminating or correcting the error.

If the editor or publisher learns from a third party or from the publications of other authors that the paper published in the journal contains glaring errors, the author should immediately eliminate or correct them, or prove the correctness of the original article to the editorial board. If the fact that the published article has glaring errors is confirmed, the editorial office should publish information on it.

Paper Publication Process

1. Including a set of documents for publication from the author into the editorial database. The author can send these documents by e-mail or to the electronic edition of the journal (on the website).

2. Checking whether the materials submitted by the authors for paper publication are complete.

3.  Screening manuscripts for unoriginal material using "Antiplagiat" system. The maximum permissible level of references cited is 20% of the whole text.

4. Peer reviewing of the paper by the members of the editorial board or by third-party expert referees.

5. Technical and editorial support of the paper reviewing.

 6. Informing the authors about the need to revise the material of the paper (if there is a reviewer’s comment) or about the rejection to publish the paper in the journal (by e-mail).

7. Checking of the revisions made by the authors based on the reviewer’s comments (if any).

8. Scientific and literary editing of the electronic versions of papers, providing authors with the necessary assistance to improve the structure of the paper, the choice of terms, illustrations, adjusting the reference list in accordance with GOST R 7.0.100-2018 “Bibliographic Record. Bibliographic Description. General requirements and rules of making”.

9. Checking in the original sources the correctness of cited quotations and digital data, using and spelling of names and technical terms, measurement units, compliance of characters with their designations, standards or adopted in the scientific literature norms.

10. Approval of the paper text after editing by e-mail.

11. Translation of the paper title, authors' names, abstract, keywords, information about the authors and references into English.

12. Preparation of the electronic version of the license agreement between the editorial board and the authors concerning the processing of authors’ personal data, the metadata of published paper to assign ID DOI (Digital Object Identifier) in order to provide Internet users with further opportunity to search, view and use the paper for informational, scientific and educational purposes (for papers advised by reviewers for publication).

13. Making a print license agreement between the editorial board and the authors and sending it by mail.

14. Correspondence with the authors of the paper (registration of the license agreement with the authors).

15. Registration of the paper authors and its metadata, sending it to CrossRef, and assignment of DOI to the scientific publication. Putting information on DOI into the print article.

16. Making up an electronic layout of the papers and the journal.

17. Make up proof of the journal layout before sending it in print.

18. Getting an approval of the editor-in-chief for the journal layout.

19. Circulating the journal and posting it on the website.

20. Posting the electronic version of thejournal in Scientific e-library.ru

 

21. Posting the journal on the website of the Russian Book Chamber and the Russian State Library. A mandatory electronic copy of the publication.

22. Distribution of the journal to subscribers, customers and mandatory print copies to the Russian Book Chamber.

Papers are published in the journal free of charge.

Fedotov Sergey  — Editorial Committee
Kikotya Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs ( Educational and Scientific Complex of Employment Psychology , Head )
doctor of psychological sciences
professor
Moskva , Moscow , Russian Federation
Averchenkov Vladimir  — Editorial Committee
Bryansk State Technical University ( kafedra «Komp'yuternye tehnologii i sistemy» , Professor )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Arpent'eva Mariam  — Editorial Committee
Kaluga State University named after K.E. Tsiolkovsky ( Department of Social and Organizational Psychology , Professor )
doctor of psychological sciences
docent
Kaluga , Kaluga , Russian Federation
Demidenko Eduard  — Editorial Committee
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University ( Department of Social and Humanitarian Subjects , Professor )
doctor of philosophical sciences
professor
Kaliningrad , Kalinigrad , Russian Federation
Efstefeeva Elena  — Editorial Committee
Tver State Technical University ( Vice-Rector for Research )
doctor of philosophical sciences
professor
Tver , Tver , Russian Federation
Zadorozhnyuk Ivan  — Chairman Assistant
National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI” ( Principal Researcher )
doctor of philosophical sciences
Moscow , Moscow , Russian Federation
Kazakov Yuriy  — Editorial Committee
Bryansk State Technical University ( department «CTS» , assistent Prof. )
candidate of technical sciences
docent
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Kirichek Andrey  — Editorial Committee
Bryansk State Technical University ( Professor, Pro-rector for Promising Development )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Kushnir Aleksandr  — Editorial Committee
Moscow Technological University ( Department of Industrial Informatics , Associate Professor )
candidate of technical sciences
docent
Moscow , Moscow , Russian Federation
Kos'kin Aleksandr  — Editorial Committee
Department of IT and Advanced Development ( Director )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Orel , Orel , Russian Federation
Kukhta Maria  — Editorial Committee
Tomsk Polytechnic university ( Department of Automation and Robotics , prof. )
doctor of philosophical sciences
professor
Tomsk , Tomsk , Russian Federation
Lavrov Evgeniy  — Editorial Committee
Sumy State University ( Department of Computer Science , Professor )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Sumy , Ukraine
Martynov Vitaliy  — Editorial Committee
Ufa State Aviation Technical University ( Department of Economic Informatics , Head )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Ufa , Ufa , Russian Federation
Milosevic Zoran  — Editorial Committee
Slobomir P University ( Institute for Political Studies , Scientific Adviser )
doctor of sociological sciences
professor
Belgrad , Serbia
Morozova Anna  — Editorial Committee
Bryansk State Technical University ( Office of BSTU Scientific Periodicals , Head )
candidate of sociological sciences
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Neverov Aleksandr  — Editorial Committee
Stolypin Volga Region Institute of Administration Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration ( Center for Psychological and Economic Research , Director )
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Saratov , Saratov , Russian Federation
Paderno Pavel  — Editorial Committee
St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University "LETI" ( Department of Information Systems , Professor )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
St Petersburg , St. Petersburg , Russian Federation
Sergeev Sergey  — Editorial Committee
St. Petersburg State University ( Department of Engineering Psychology and Ergonomics , prof )
doctor of psychological sciences
professor
St Petersburg , St. Petersburg , Russian Federation
Suharev Oleg  — Editorial Committee
Institute of economy RAS ( Centre of Institutes of Social and Economic Development , Principal Researcher )
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Moscow , Moscow , Russian Federation
Hudyakov Andrey  — Editorial Committee
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia ( Department of General and Professional Psychology , Professor )
doctor of psychological sciences
professor
St Petersburg , St. Petersburg , Russian Federation
Cincar' Anna  — Editorial Committee
Bendery Polytechnic Branch of the Pridnestrovian State University named after T.G. Shevchenko ( Deputy Director for Research )
candidate of psychological sciences
docent
Bender , Transnistria
Chuntul Alexandr  — Editorial Committee
OAO «MHP named by M.L. Milya» ( Advisor to the Executive Director )
doctor of medical sciences
professor
Moscow , Moscow , Russian Federation
Yakimov Anatoliy  — Editorial Committee
Belarusian-Russian University ( Department of Automated Control Systems , Head )
doctor of technical sciences
docent
Mogilev , Belarus
Spasennikov Valeriy  — Editor-in-chief
Bryansk State Technical University ( Department of Humanities and Social Disciplines , prof. )
doctor of psychological sciences
professor
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Kuz'menko Aleksandr  — Deputy chief editor
Bryansk State Technical University ( Department “Computer Technologies and Systems” , Associate Professor )
candidate of biological sciences
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Androsov Kiril  — Executive secretary
Bryansk State Technical University ( department for monitoring the performance of academic staff activities , Programmer )
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Alisov Arthur  — Editorial board
Bryansk State Technical University ( department for monitoring the performance of academic staff activities , Principle Engineer )
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Golubeva Galina  — Editorial board
Bryansk State University named after academician I. Petrovsky ( Department of General and Professional Psychology , Associate Professor )
candidate of psychological sciences
docent
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Zaharova Alena  — Editorial board
Bryansk State Technical University ( zam. pervogo prorektora po uchebnoy rabote )
doctor of technical sciences
docent
Bryansk , Russian Federation
Larecheva Elena  — editorial board
Bryansk State Technical University ( Department of Production Management , Associate Professor )
candidate of economic sciences
docent
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Lozbinev Fyodor  — Editorial board
Bryansk branch of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration ( Department of Social, Humanitarian and Natural Sciences , Professor )
doctor of technical sciences
professor
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
Podvesovskiy Aleksandr  — Editorial board
Bryansk State Technical University ( department “Computer Science and Software” , Head )
candidate of technical sciences
docent
Bryansk , Russian Federation
Rytov Mikhail  — Editorial board
Bryansk State Technical University ( Department of Information Security Systems , Head )
candidate of technical sciences
docent
Bryansk , Bryansk , Russian Federation
EDITOR COLUMN
METHODOLOGY OF DESIGN ERGONOMIC SUPPORT
REQUIREMENTS STANDARDIZATION IN ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN
EVOLUTION OF VIEWS AND INSTRUMENTS OF MAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN IN DESIGNING USER INTERFACES
ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN IN TRANSPORT AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
TRAINING SIMULATORS, VIRTUAL REALITY AND STAFF TRAINING
PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN AND ELECTRONIC DIDACTICS
CURRENT EVENTS. CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIUMS AND OTHER ERGO-DESIGN ACTIONS
05.13.10 MANAGTEMENT IN SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS. METHODOLOGY OF ERGONOMIC SUPPORT OF DESIN-PLANNING
05.13.12 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN SYSTEMS (BY INDUSTRY). ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF USER INTERFACES
19.00.03 PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK, ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, ERGONOMICS. EVOLUTION OF VIEWS AND TOOLS OF HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
19.00.07 PEDAGOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY. PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN AND E-DIDACTICS
SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
MANAGTEMENT IN SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
TECHNICAL AESTHETICS. INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
ERGONOMICS. TECHNICAL AESTHETICS. INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK, ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, ERGONOMICS
MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES, EDUCATIONAL AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK, ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITIVE ERGONOMICS
SUMMARIES, CONFERENCES, REVIEWS
Publisher
Bryansk State Technical University
Founder
Bryansk State Technical University
The certificate of registration(online)
Эл № ФС77-73849
Date of registration of the certificate(online)
05.10.2018

Scientific and technical journal « Ergodesign » is issued as:

- online edition (http://www.ergodizain.ru/; ISSN 2658-4026; the publisher and the founder is Bryansk State Technical Universitycertificate of mass media registration in the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communication  El № FS77-73849 from 05.10.2018);

- periodical printed edition identical to online edition (ISSN 2619-1512; the publisher and the founder is Bryansk State Technical Universitycertificate of mass media registration in the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communication PI № FS 77-73193 from 02.07.2018).

 

The mission of the journal is to provide an open platform for original, first-time published research results in the field of ergodesign, which contribute to the advancement of domestic and foreign practices in this field.

The scientific journal "Ergodesign" aims at coordinating the efforts of developers and users of new systems, products and technologies in the field of ergonomic support for design projects.

 

 

The development of ergodesign in Russia as a scientific direction is due to the fact that the subject of research in the field of design activity includes not only systems and products themselves and not only a human as a subject of production, but also the coordination of his physical, psychological and physiological capabilities and features of ergonomic systems in the process of their designing. Trends in ergodesign development lead to the need to apply the developed methods and criteria to any sphere of human activity, both in production and in everyday life.

The use of ergodesign achievements is an important direction of improving the consumer properties of industrial products and improving working conditions, and the standardization of the norms and requirements of this scientific discipline is the most effective means of solving these problems.

Safety, comfort, ergonomics, aesthetics of the created systems, products and technologies from the point of view of their designing should be realized in the best domestic models of equipment and should determine the competitiveness of our products in the world market.

 

Policy of the Journal

 

The editorial policy of the journal is based on the following principles:

  • objective and impartial selection of papers for publishing;
  • high demands for the quality of scientific research;
  • compliance with the reliability, scientific significance and relevance of published papers;
  • collective character of making decisions about the publication of papers;
  • comprehensive and efficient communication with authors;
  • strict compliance with copyright and editorial ethics;
  • accurate observation of journal issues schedule.

 

The materials submitted by authors for publishing must meet the following requirements: the relevance of the topic, the scientific novelty of the research, the originality of the research problem and the applied research methods, the high scientific and practical significance of the results obtained. Papers are accepted for publication in Russian and English.

 

The materials submitted to publication are initially selected for compliance with the declared scientific areas of the journal, the general content requirements and the requirements for providing references. If the paper passes initial selection, it is sent for review.

 

After the review is completed, the author is sent a text of the review and a copy of the manuscript with the comments of the reviewer and the scientific editor for revision.

 

The editorial board has the right not to publish articles based on the results of the review, inconsistencies of the article to the journal areas and also because of a poor quality of the material preparation.

 

The editorial board is responsible for the preparation of the article for publishing, ensuring a fair review, but is not responsible for the accuracy of the data provided by authors and the correctness of citing.

 

The decision to publish or reject the materials submitted to the publication is made by the editorial board in accordance with the Declaration of Publication Ethics.

 

Articles are permanently accepted for publication in the journal. The editorial board independently decides on the order and time of papers publication, based on their scientific significance, the topic of each issue, and the quality of preliminary preparation of manuscripts.

Papers are published in Russian and English.

Category 12+.

 

 

License Agreement No. 124-03/2019 dated March 27, 2019 "On including the journal Ergodesign into the Russian Science Citation Index".

 

Bryansk State Technical University got its own DOI in February, 2018, and now it is registered as a separate publisher by the agency Crossref (Bryansk State Technical University).

RULES

 of  submission, reviewing and publication of papers in Ergodesign

 

  1. Scientific and technical papers reflecting the results of research conducted by the author (s), which should correspond to the subject matters of the journal, are accepted for publication.
  2. Authors should provide original works containing reliable results of the scientific research done. When using text or graphic information borrowed from other papers, references to relevant publications are required. If the parts of the submitted manuscript have already been published, the authors should refer to the earlier paper, showing the difference between the new submission and the previous ones.
  3. Submission of a paper to more than one journal is unacceptable and is regarded as unethical behavior of the authors.
  4. For publication in the journal papers are submitted electronically:

• the text of the paper signed by all authors (program database file (PDF));

• the text of the paper (docx file; Word-2010);

• expert opinion on the possibility of publishing the paper content in open access (PDF);

• written recommendation of the supervisor (for graduate students, master and bachelor degree students who submit a paper without co-authors) (PDF);

• a package of figures (TIFF, JPG files with 300 dpi at least).

 

After the paper is accepted for publication, the author/authors and the founder sign a License agreement.

The text of the paper should be carefully checked by the author.

 

  1. All reviewers are recognized experts in the field of the reviewed materials and have papers in the same scope published within the last 3 years. The members of the editorial board of the journal, who have knowledge and experience in the research area close to the topic of the author’s manuscript, are mainly involved as reviewers. Reviewers’ recommendations are the basis for the decision to publish the paper. Specialists working in the same institution as the author (authors) of the paper cannot be reviewers. The papers should be reviewed within 10 days of submission. If the review recommends paper revision or the paper is rejected, a copy of the review is sent to the author. Reviews of papers are kept in the editorial office for 5 years. When the editorial board receives a corresponding request, copies of the reviews are sent to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
  1. Files submitted to the editorial office should be named after the first author (for example, Ivanov_I.I.).
  1. The paper for this journal should be 6-10 pages of A4 format (automatic hyphenation mode), including graphs, figures, tables and references.

8.  The text of the paper should be 1- spaced and contain:

  • in the upper left corner - UDC (letter height is 12 pt);
  • on the right – initials, surname of the author (authors) separated by commas (letter height is 12 pt);
  • title of the paper (uppercase letter height is 14 pt, bold, center alignment);
  • abstract (4 to 6 lines; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm);
  • keywords (6 – 8 words; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm);
  • paper text (letter height is 12 pt; paragraph is 10 mm; margins: top, bottom, right, left - 20 mm);
  • a reference list (letter height is 10 pt; the title is in uppercase letters);
  •  information on the authors: full name, academic degree, academic title, position, place of work, work address, work and/or home phone numbers, e-mail (letter height is 10 pt, the title is in uppercase letters, right alignment);
  • abstract (15 to 18 lines; letter height is 10 pt; paragraph is 7 mm).

Grant references should be given at the end of the paper (after Conclusion)

 

  1. The title of the paper should be informative, clearly reflect its content in a few words (mostly keywords). The abstract should make it possible to understand the main content of the article, its relevance and whether the reader should refer to its full text or not (one of the ways to write an abstract is to give a brief summary of the paper structure, including aims, objectives, methods and results). The summary is translated into English in the editorial office of the journal and is aimed to inform the foreign reader about the content of the paper. It should be informative (contain concrete information), original (does not duplicate the results obtained and published earlier), content-related (include the aim, methods, study progress, results, brief conclusions), structured (follow the description logic of the paper results) and concise (15 – 20 lines).
  2. The text of the paper should be well-structured. The introduction should contain information on the problem statement and possible application of the results in practice. The main part should have several sections (with headings) and contain a problem statement and the method proposed of its solution; the difference between the proposed statement of the problem from the already known; the advantage of the developed method in comparison with the existing (it should contain an example confirming the efficiency of the proposed solution). The paper should be completed with a meaningful discussion (conclusion) of the results.
  3. Formulas, letters (uppercase and lowercase, Latin and Greek alphabets), numbers, and other characters should be readable. All Latin letters are typed in italics, all Russian and Greek – upright. Formulas should be in 12 points Microsoft Equation 3.0 (Word-2010).
  4. Figures, graphs, charts, diagrams, tables and other graphics should be embedded to the text (after their mentioning) and should have legends (letter height is 10 pt, center alignment), and tables should have headings. Figures can be inserted in the text with runaround. Lettering in figures should be 10 points in Times, upright, starting with a capital letter. Formulas should be in a word processor compatible with MS Word 2010.
  5. Reference list should be in accordance with GOST R 7.0.100-2018 Bibliographic Record. Bibliographic Description and contain at least 10 references not earlier than 1970 and mainly presented in the international databases Scopus and/or Web of Science.
  6. All measurements should be in SI units.
  7. The editorial board evaluates the submitted documents in terms of their completeness (in accordance with paragraph 4), screens the text of the paper for unoriginal material using "Antiplagiat" system and reviews the papers in terms of relevance, scientific novelty, quality, compliance with the main scientific and technical fields of the journal.
  8. If the paper is returned for revision by the editorial board recommendation (up to 7 working days), the journal indicates the date of receiving the corrected text.
  9.  Authors of papers are not paid a fee; papers are published free of charge.
  10.  The papers that do not correspond to the subject matter of the journal and those not meeting its requirements, as well as submitted not in full completeness, will not be accepted. Manuscripts are not returned to their authors. The editorial board is not obliged to review all incoming materials and does not discuss rejected manuscripts with the authors.

 

Guidelines for the preparation and execution of scientific articles in journals indexed in international scientometric databases

Article template

Sample bibliographic references

The model author's contract

The order of publication of articles

The editorial board of online edition Ergodesign adheres its activities to the Russian Federation law of 27.12.1991 № 2121-1 (updated of 03.07.2016) "On Mass Media", Regulation "On the journal Ergodesign", as well as the recommendations and standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE’s Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors,http://publicationethics.org/).

The editorial board of the journal does its best to comply with ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community, studies and takes into account the valuable experience of reliable international journals and publishers.

The Declaration of Publication Ethics contains the general principles and rules of relationship of participants involved in scientific publications (authors, reviewers, editors, publisher).

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EDITOR

Manuscript Assessment

The papers submitted to the journal should contain the scientific research results obtained by the authors, which have not been published anywhere before.

Reviewing papers submitted to the editorial office of the journal is aimed at ensuring the high quality of scientific papers published in the journal. All papers submitted to the editorial office for publication are reviewed.

The scientific paper undergoes peer-review twice: internal peer-review is carried out by the experts of the journal editorial board; external peer-review is done by experts who evaluate the level and clarity of presentation of the submitted material, whether it fits to the journal’s aim and scope, if your work is new and original as well as the conclusions are reliable. Reviewers' recommendations are the basis for the decision to publish the paper. The paper can be rejected both at the stages of internal and external peer-review.

The editorial board is fully responsible for the decision to publish the paper.

The editorial board of the journal makes its decision on publication, adhering to the editorial policy of the journal, taking into account current copyright laws, evaluating manuscripts according to their scientific content. In case of a positive decision of the reviewers and the editorial board, the paper is published in the next issue of the journal; authors hold copyright.

In case of rejection to publish, the author is given feedback with reasoned decision. The manuscript of the rejected paper is kept in the editorial office for at least 1 year. The paper review is sent to the author without the name of the reviewer but indicating the period during which the author can give his answer to the review. In case of giving sound explanation by the author, a second peer-review is carried out, and the decision to publish the paper is made again.

 

Confidentiality

The editor and editorial staff are not entitled to:

• to disclose information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding authors, reviewers, other editorial advisers and, if required, the publisher;

• to use unpublished materials of the submitted manuscript without the author’s permission.

 

Conflict of Interest

In case of any conflict of interest based on competitiveness, cooperation or other kinds of relations with one of the authors, companies or institutions associated with the submitted manuscripts, the editor sends the manuscript for reviewing to another member of the editorial board.

In case of complains on violation of publishing ethics concerning the submitted manuscript or published article, the editor together with the publisher should take adequate measures. Every report of unethical conduct should be considered, even if it comes years after the publication of the article. If the complaint is supported by the editorial board of the journal, appropriate corrections, denials or apologies should be published.

 

Review Storage and Provision

In accordance with the requirements of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, reviews of scientific papers are stored in the journal office for at least 5 years and can be provided to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation upon request. If the paper is rejected, the authors are sent a review of the paper containing the reasons for the rejection to be published in the journal.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF PEER REVIEWERS

Contribution to Editorial Decisions

The reviewer evaluation contributes to making editorial decisions, as well as to improving the quality of the published article through the cooperation of the editor and the author.

When discussing the author's response to the review, the reviewer has the right to participate in the debate.

Rapid Decision Making

The reviewer should inform the editor and excuse himself from the review process if he feels unqualified to review the research presented in the paper, or he knows that he cannot meet the deadline.

Confidentiality

Any manuscript submitted for review should be treated as a confidential document. It is not acceptable to show it to other reviewers or discuss it with other experts without the permission of the editor-in-chief.

Standards of Objectivity

Reviewers should express their opinion clearly and reasonably: reviews of scientific works should be objective and do not contain personal criticism of the author.

 

Authentication of References

Reviewers should:

• analyze the sources used by the author of the paper, as well as the quality of bibliographic references of the citations used in the paper;

• identify published materials in a peer-reviewed manuscript that are cited but not bibliographically referred by the author;

• draw the editor's attention to significant or partial similarities with another paper which is familiar to the reviewer.

Information Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Confidential data or ideas, which the reviewer learns during the review, should remain confidential and should not be used for personal gain or transferred to third parties. Reviewers should not be involved in the review and evaluation of manuscripts in which the reviewers are personally interested. Unpublished manuscript should not be used by the reviewer in his own research without the written permission of the author.

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF AUTHORS

Reporting Standards

Authors should provide reliable results; objectively assess the significance of their research. The data of the research should be clearly presented in the paper, containing sufficient information so that others could replicate the experiments of the authors.

Before the paper is submitted to the editorial office for consideration, authors should obtain a written permission (expert report) of the organization to which they are affiliated for using the paper content.

Authors can give information about the funding of the research, which results it describes.

Data Access and Storage

Authors may be asked to provide initial data for editorial review. They should be ready to provide open access to such data if required within a reasonable period of time after publication.

Originality and Plagiarism

Authors should submit only original papers. When using text or graphic information of third parties or from their own but already published papers, references to relevant publications or written permission of the author are required. While reviewing the submitted papers, the editorial board screens them for unoriginal material.

Duplicate, redundant and competitive publications

Authors should indicate in the abstract that their paper is published for the first time. If the parts of the manuscript have been previously published in another paper, authors are encouraged to refer to the prior paper and show the significant difference between the new submission and the previous paper. Verbatim copying of own works and their paraphrasing are unacceptable; they can be used only as a basis for new conclusions.

Submitting an article to more than one journal is considered unethical and unacceptable.

Authentication of References

Authors should acknowledge the contribution of other persons who have influenced the study. Bibliographic references to the works used are considered necessary. Information received from third parties privately should not be used in the manuscript without their written permission.

Authorship

The list of authors is limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the research, the progress and results of which are described in the paper. All those who have contributed substantially should be listed as co-authors. The article may contain information about the participants of the research project. The corresponding author should ensure that the names of all co-authors and participants of the project are listed, and that all co-authors have given their permission to its publication, having read and approved the final manuscript before the submission.

Participants of the research, according to which the scientific paper was prepared, but not included in the number of co-authors of the paper, should be listed separately after "Conclusion".

 

Quality of Submitted Manuscript

The paper should be prepared in accordance with the requirements of the journal editorial board. The authors should contact the editorial board to deviate from these requirements. The information provided about the authors should be reliable. In case of any changes in the information, the authors should notify the editor.

Glaring Errors in Published Papers

If the author finds a glaring error or inaccuracy in his published article, he should immediately inform the editor or publisher of the journal and assist them in eliminating or correcting the error.

If the editor or publisher learns from a third party or from the publications of other authors that the paper published in the journal contains glaring errors, the author should immediately eliminate or correct them, or prove the correctness of the original article to the editorial board. If the fact that the published article has glaring errors is confirmed, the editorial office should publish information on it.

Paper Publication Process

1. Including a set of documents for publication from the author into the editorial database. The author can send these documents by e-mail or to the electronic edition of the journal (on the website).

2. Checking whether the materials submitted by the authors for paper publication are complete.

3.  Screening manuscripts for unoriginal material using "Antiplagiat" system. The maximum permissible level of references cited is 20% of the whole text.

4. Peer reviewing of the paper by the members of the editorial board or by third-party expert referees.

5. Technical and editorial support of the paper reviewing.

 6. Informing the authors about the need to revise the material of the paper (if there is a reviewer’s comment) or about the rejection to publish the paper in the journal (by e-mail).

7. Checking of the revisions made by the authors based on the reviewer’s comments (if any).

8. Scientific and literary editing of the electronic versions of papers, providing authors with the necessary assistance to improve the structure of the paper, the choice of terms, illustrations, adjusting the reference list in accordance with GOST R 7.0.100-2018 “Bibliographic Record. Bibliographic Description. General requirements and rules of making”.

9. Checking in the original sources the correctness of cited quotations and digital data, using and spelling of names and technical terms, measurement units, compliance of characters with their designations, standards or adopted in the scientific literature norms.

10. Approval of the paper text after editing by e-mail.

11. Translation of the paper title, authors' names, abstract, keywords, information about the authors and references into English.

12. Preparation of the electronic version of the license agreement between the editorial board and the authors concerning the processing of authors’ personal data, the metadata of published paper to assign ID DOI (Digital Object Identifier) in order to provide Internet users with further opportunity to search, view and use the paper for informational, scientific and educational purposes (for papers advised by reviewers for publication).

13. Making a print license agreement between the editorial board and the authors and sending it by mail.

14. Correspondence with the authors of the paper (registration of the license agreement with the authors).

15. Registration of the paper authors and its metadata, sending it to CrossRef, and assignment of DOI to the scientific publication. Putting information on DOI into the print article.

16. Making up an electronic layout of the papers and the journal.

17. Make up proof of the journal layout before sending it in print.

18. Getting an approval of the editor-in-chief for the journal layout.

19. Circulating the journal and posting it on the website.

20. Posting the electronic version of thejournal in Scientific e-library.ru

 

21. Posting the journal on the website of the Russian Book Chamber and the Russian State Library. A mandatory electronic copy of the publication.

22. Distribution of the journal to subscribers, customers and mandatory print copies to the Russian Book Chamber.

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Paper publication in the journal is free of charge.

The money received from external financing sources is spent on the following types of work:

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Papers are published in the journal free of charge.

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docent
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GRNTI

Code 12.09
Name Развитие науки

Spasennikov Valery Valentinovich, Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Professor of the Department "Humanities and Social Disciplines" of the Faculty of Digital and Industrial Economics at Bryansk State Technical University, full member (Academician) of the International Academy of Human Factor Problems.

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Spasennikov V.V. was born in the family of a member of the armed forces in Kaluga on April 3rd, 1956. After leaving school, he entered military school KVIRTU (Kiev Radio Engineering College), which he graduated in 1979 and got a qualification of a military engineer in radio engineering. From 1979 to 1991, he served in the Armed Forces of the USSR in various engineering and command positions; after graduating from the postgraduate studies in a military college in 1984, he moved to teaching.

His dissertation research for the degree of Candidate of Psychology, which he submitted at the Institute of Psychology of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow) in 1985, was devoted to the problem of vocational psychological selection of operators of automated systems for collecting and processing radar information.

After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, Spasennikov V.V. went to work in non-military universities, where he proved to be a talented scientist in the field of practical psychology.

Spasennikov V.V. was the creator of one of the first experimental laboratories in the USSR Ministry of Defense (temporary creative team) by combining research and engineering work into R&D. Under his supervision the following equipment was introduced into industries:

    1. Device for modeling and evaluating the distribution of functions in man-machine systems (№264144, MPK3G06A15/20).
    2. Device for modeling group activities of operators (№264422, MPK3G06F15/20).
    3. Device for displaying radar information when tracking targets (№275819, MPK3G09B9/08).

 

 

 

In 1992 Spasennikov V.V. together with Abramova V.N. and Engalychev V.F. opened the Interuniversity Faculty of Practical Psychology in Kaluga and Obninsk with the support of the Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, where he headed the Department of Organizational Psychology from 1992 to 1998. From 1998 to 2004, he worked as Deputy Director for Research and Head of the Department of Economic Psychology of Kaluga branch at Moscow Humanitarian and Economic Institute.

The foundation and development of Professor Spasennikov scientific school is connected with the appearance of economic psychology in Russia as a new branch of scientific knowledge and academic discipline. In this scientific direction, he has prepared 12 candidates and three doctors of science who have defended their dissertations in the following fields: labor psychology, engineering psychology, ergonomics; social psychology; management of social and economic systems; geopolitics and social security. Spasennikov V.V. has arranged two All-Russian and one international scientific conferences on the problems of economic psychology (Kaluga, 1998, 2000, 2002).

In 1996 he defended his doctoral dissertation on Engineering and psychological design of the activities of operators of tracking systems for air objects in specialty 19.00.03 - Labor psychology, engineering psychology, ergonomics (St. Petersburg).

Spasennikov V.V. is a full member of the International Academy of Human Factor Problems, the Interregional Academy of Quality Problems, the International Academy of Psychological Sciences, a laureate of the state scientific scholarship "Outstanding Scientists of Russia", a member of the Russian Philosophical and Psychological Society, a member of the editorial boards of the journals Psychology in Economics and Management, Human Factor: Problems of Psychology and Ergonomics.

His research interests include engineering pedagogy, ergonomics, economic psychology, geopolitics and social security, research of operations in military political games, and psychology of national security.

Since 2004 Spasennikov V.V. has been working in Bryansk: from 2004 to 2009 - as the Head of the Department of Consultative Psychology at Bryansk State University named after Academician I.G. Petrovsky; since 2009 - at Bryansk State Technical University as the Head of the Department of Engineering Pedagogy and Psychology.

For his work Professor Spasennikov V.V. has a number of government and other awards: "For honorable service in the armed forces of the USSR", "50 years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", service medal "1500 years of Kiev", medal "Marshal of the Soviet Union Zhukov", medal "65 years of Liberation of the Bryansk Region", medal for scientific contributions "Human Factor".

Spasennikov V.V.  has more than 200 publications, including 11 inventions, 3 monographs, more than 20 textbooks. During his work as a researcher and teacher at the higher school, he has published more than a hundred of scientific papers indexed in RSCI, WoS, Scopus, in such journals as "World Applied Science Journal", "Cybernetics and Computer Engineering", "Information Systems and Technologies", "Psychological Journal", "Human Factor: Problems of Psychology and Ergonomics", "Proceedings of the Academy of Technical Aesthetics and Design", "Bulletin of Bryansk State Technical University", etc.

Professor Spasennikov’s h-index is h=18 (dated 01.03.2018).

Journal's mission

Scientific and technical journal « Ergodesign » is issued as:

- online edition (http://www.ergodizain.ru/; ISSN 2658-4026; the publisher and the founder is Bryansk State Technical Universitycertificate of mass media registration in the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communication  El № FS77-73849 from 05.10.2018);

- periodical printed edition identical to online edition (ISSN 2619-1512; the publisher and the founder is Bryansk State Technical Universitycertificate of mass media registration in the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communication PI № FS 77-73193 from 02.07.2018).

 

The mission of the journal is to provide an open platform for original, first-time published research results in the field of ergodesign, which contribute to the advancement of domestic and foreign practices in this field.

The scientific journal "Ergodesign" aims at coordinating the efforts of developers and users of new systems, products and technologies in the field of ergonomic support for design projects.

 

 

The development of ergodesign in Russia as a scientific direction is due to the fact that the subject of research in the field of design activity includes not only systems and products themselves and not only a human as a subject of production, but also the coordination of his physical, psychological and physiological capabilities and features of ergonomic systems in the process of their designing. Trends in ergodesign development lead to the need to apply the developed methods and criteria to any sphere of human activity, both in production and in everyday life.

The use of ergodesign achievements is an important direction of improving the consumer properties of industrial products and improving working conditions, and the standardization of the norms and requirements of this scientific discipline is the most effective means of solving these problems.

Safety, comfort, ergonomics, aesthetics of the created systems, products and technologies from the point of view of their designing should be realized in the best domestic models of equipment and should determine the competitiveness of our products in the world market.

 

Policy of the Journal

 

The editorial policy of the journal is based on the following principles:

  • objective and impartial selection of papers for publishing;
  • high demands for the quality of scientific research;
  • compliance with the reliability, scientific significance and relevance of published papers;
  • collective character of making decisions about the publication of papers;
  • comprehensive and efficient communication with authors;
  • strict compliance with copyright and editorial ethics;
  • accurate observation of journal issues schedule.

 

The materials submitted by authors for publishing must meet the following requirements: the relevance of the topic, the scientific novelty of the research, the originality of the research problem and the applied research methods, the high scientific and practical significance of the results obtained. Papers are accepted for publication in Russian and English.

 

The materials submitted to publication are initially selected for compliance with the declared scientific areas of the journal, the general content requirements and the requirements for providing references. If the paper passes initial selection, it is sent for review.

 

After the review is completed, the author is sent a text of the review and a copy of the manuscript with the comments of the reviewer and the scientific editor for revision.

 

The editorial board has the right not to publish articles based on the results of the review, inconsistencies of the article to the journal areas and also because of a poor quality of the material preparation.

 

The editorial board is responsible for the preparation of the article for publishing, ensuring a fair review, but is not responsible for the accuracy of the data provided by authors and the correctness of citing.

 

The decision to publish or reject the materials submitted to the publication is made by the editorial board in accordance with the Declaration of Publication Ethics.

 

Articles are permanently accepted for publication in the journal. The editorial board independently decides on the order and time of papers publication, based on their scientific significance, the topic of each issue, and the quality of preliminary preparation of manuscripts.

Papers are published in Russian and English.

Category 12+.

 

 

License Agreement No. 124-03/2019 dated March 27, 2019 "On including the journal Ergodesign into the Russian Science Citation Index".

 

Bryansk State Technical University got its own DOI in February, 2018, and now it is registered as a separate publisher by the agency Crossref (Bryansk State Technical University).

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