ISSN 2224-087X (Print)
ISSN 2224-0888 (Online)

Collected scientific papers
"Electronics and information technologies"

(In 1966-2010 published under the title "Electrical engineering")

(Certificate of State Registration 17618-6468 from February 11, 2011)

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Rules for Authors

Collected scientific papers "Electronics and information technologies" cover the subjects in-cluding, but not restricted to, electronics and nanoelectronics, radio electronic and optoelectronic material sciences, theory of electronic circuits and electromagnetic field, information technologies, computer systems and networks, as well as modeling of physical phenomena, processes and sys-tems. The coverage includes theoretical and experimental studies, as well as applications. Both re-search papers and reviews are encouraged. A compulsory condition is that the material has not been published elsewhere.
Articles are published in Ukrainian or English. In case of foreign contributors, the Editorial board may provide translation of title, authors names, affiliations, addresses, abstract, and key words into Ukrainian.
Each submitted manuscript is reviewed by two referees. The author(s) are to reply to referees' criticism, if any.

The author(s) should send the following materials:

  • two hard copies of manuscript; one of which is signed by all the authors
  • two electronic versions of the manuscript prepared in the formats of MS Word *.doc and Adobe *.pdf sent to the following e-mail address: elit@electronics.wups.lviv.ua
  • separate files of all figures in the formats *.jpg, *.tiff, *.bmp, *.org, *.opj (Origin), *.cdr (CorelDraw), *.psd (Adobe Photoshop), etc.
  • full contact information of the corresponding author(s), including e-mail, phone number and address.

Manuscripts should be prepared according to the following rules: DOC (109 KB);


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