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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • I confirm that I was sufficiently involved in the development of the concept / design of this work, data analysis, and writing a manuscript to take responsibility for it. I am familiar with the final version of the manuscript and approved it for publication. Not a single manuscript with similar content was published under my authorship and is not considered for publication in other editions. I am also acquainted with the above conditions for publishing the manuscript and accept them.

Author Guidelines

There is no fee for editorial processing and publication.

These Rules are drawn up on the basis of the “Procedure for the Formation of the List of Scientific Specialized Publications of Ukraine”, approved by Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine from 15.01.2018, the number 32, and the Guidelines for the publication of the American Psychological Association (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association).

Submission of manuscripts. Manuscripts are submitted to the editors by registering and submitting them on the journal’s website or in electronic form at: o.rybak@ujrs.org.ua .

With all questions concerning the submission of articles, contact the responsible for the layout of the journal Rybak Olena Anatoliivna (room 202, Oles Gonchar str., 55-b, Kiev, 01054, State Scientific Center for Aerospace Research of the Earth IGN NAS of Ukraine, tel . +380 44 482-19-32).

The manuscript is attached:

  • act of examination of the institution in which the work was performed, on the possibility of publication in open sources;
  • information about the authors (name, patronymic, surname, scientific degree and academic title, position, full official name of the institution where it works, address, country, telephone and e-mail of the responsible author; name, patronymic, surname, scientific degree and academic title, position, full official name of the institution where it works, address, country, each author - in Russian, Ukrainian and English; indicate the ORCID of each author);
  • “Copyright agreement” signed by the responsible author (scan in JPEG / PDF format, see Appendix 1).

General requirements. The manuscript can be written in Ukrainian, Russian or English and must be accompanied by a summary (abstract), as well as keywords (keywords). A scientific article should contain the following elements: introduction, materials and methods of research, results and their analysis, conclusions. A review article may have a different number of sections with arbitrary titles, but the introduction and conclusions are mandatory. At the end of the manuscript a list of references is placed, followed by the title of the article, initials and names of the authors, organization in which each author works, summaries and keywords in two languages (in Russian and English, Ukrainian and English, Ukrainian and Russian in accordance with the language of the article).

Manuscript design. The document format is Word 2003–2007 (* .doc). The text is formatted without hyphens, paragraph indents, protrusions and intervals before and after the line. The format of graphic applications is TIFF, the resolution is 300 dpi in document format. The page size is A4.

Manuscript structure

  • UDC
  • Title of the article (preferably without abbreviations)
  • Initials and surname of the author (s)
  • The full official name of the institution (s) where the work was done, city, country (if the authors work in different institutions, the same number (superscript) must be given before the name of the institution and after the last name)
  • Email address or tel / fax of the responsible author. Before him and after the name of the responsible author, they put an asterisk (asterisk)
  • Summary in the language of the article
  • Keywords in the language of the article
  • © (copyright symbol), the initials and surnames of the author / authors. Year
  • The text of the article
  • Acknowledgments, information about grants or scientific programs that have led to research
  • Bibliography. Block 2: “Literature” (regular list) and “References” (list for international analytical databases) (Appendix 2)
  • The title of the article, the initials and surnames of the authors, organization in which each author works, abstract (abstract), as well as keywords in two languages, except for the language in which the article is written, (we are talking about three languages: Russian, Ukrainian and English).
  • Date, month, year when the article is submitted to the editorial board.

Summary. The volume of the resume is not less than 1800 characters. In three languages: Russian, Ukrainian and English. The text should contain the results of research, and not a list of issues discussed in the article. When translating a resume into English, please do not use the on-line automatic translator.

Text. References to literary sources in the text are enclosed in parentheses. They are made out as follows: the surname of the author / first author “et al.” (in Russian) “et al.” (in English), comma and year. Surely, each source cited in the work should appear in the list of sources used. Also, each entry in the list of references should be mentioned in the text of the work.

All quotes must be submitted in the language of the article (regardless of the original language) and must be accompanied by a link to the source and the specific page.

All tables and figures should be referenced in the text of the article.

Formulas should be typed in the Microsoft Equation editor and not inserted into the text in the form of images or tables. Please do not type the formulas in the program Math Type.

Tables Try to position the table in portrait orientation. The format of the tables in the text is MS Word. Please do not insert tables into the text as images.

Illustrations (pictures, diagrams, schemes) are built into a Word document (but not in the form of tables) and are presented as separate files in TIFF format with a resolution of not less than 300 dpi at the scale of publication. Figures should have conventional symbols, for example, in the form of rectangles with the number to the right. Signatures on the pictures should be in the language of the article.

The name of the picture and the legend must be rendered in the text.

Literature. The literature list consists of two blocks: The first is “Literature”, where sources in Ukrainian, Russian and other languages are given, taking into account DSTU 8302: 2015 and the second - “References”, which is compiled in accordance with the requirements of international analytical databases. Use the standard ARA (American Psychological Association) (Appendix 2).

References (the Literature block) are compiled alphabetically, first citing Cyrillic-based sources, then Latin, but already according to the Latin alphabet, without numbering. The “References” block is composed according to the Latin alphabet without numbering, despite the order of sources in the “Literature” block. English-language publications are submitted in the “Literature” and “References” blocks without changes (Appendix 2).


Copyright agreement (the document must be signed by the responsible author of the publication)

I, (the responsible author), confirm that I was sufficiently involved in the development of the concept / design of this work, data analysis, and writing a manuscript to take responsibility for it. I am familiar with the final version of the manuscript and approved it for publication. Not a single manuscript with similar content was published under my authorship and is not considered for publication in other editions. I am also acquainted with the above conditions for publishing the manuscript and accept them.
Date, signature


Reference standard in the “References” block (APA style) https://apastyle.apa.org/manual

abridged version of the methodological recommendations of “International Citation Styles and Scientific References” http://library.kpi.ua/node/815

The titles of the publications of the periodical (articles) or the title of the book are presented in English translation. Titles of Ukrainian- or Russian-language periodicals - transliterate or represent the parallel name of the journal in English, if it is mentioned on the title of the journal or its pages. After the bibliographic description, it is necessary to indicate the original language (in Ukrainian, in Russian).

Pay attention to the transliteration of author's names! Since references to incorrect names will not be counted. In order to avoid inaccuracies in the transliteration of the names and translations of the titles of articles, we recommend using annotations in English for the articles to which you refer.

The list of names should include all authors, regardless of their number.

At the end of the bibliographic description, the Digital Object Identifier (doi) must be indicated if it is present at the source to which the author refers.

The names of conferences, seminars and. etc. write without quotes.

Check the accuracy of information on the patents of Ukraine in the specialized database “Винаходи (корисні моделі) в Україні”, located on the official website of Ukrpatent.



Trigub, R. M. & Belinsky, E. S. (2004). Fourier analysis and approximation of functions. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Danylenko, V. A., Danevych, T. V., Makarenko, O. S., Skurativskyi, S. I., & Vladimirov, V. A. (2011). Self-organization in nonlocal non-equilibrium media. Kyiv: S.I. Subbotin Inst. of Geophysics of the NAS of Ukraine. (in Ukrainian).

Edited by:

Bondarenko, G. L., Yakovenko, K. I. (Eds.) (2002). Methods of research affairs in Vegetables and Melons. Kharkiv: Osnova. (in Ukrainian).

Multi-volume edition, separate volume:

Defant, A. (1961). Physical oceanography. (Vol. 1). New York: Pergamon Press.

Sobotovich, E. V., Dolin, V. V., Bondarenko, G. M., & Belevtsev, R. Ya. (Eds.) (2012). Selected scientific works of academician V. I. Vernadsky. (vol. 7) Works on Geochemistry and Radiogeology. Kyiv: NAS of Ukraine, Committee for Scientific Heritage of Academician V. I. Vernadsky. (in Russian).

Part of the book:

Alef, K., & Nannipieri, P. (1995). Soil respiration. In Methods in applied soil microbiology and biochemistr, 214–218, New York: Acad. Press.

McKenzie, H., Boughton, M., Hayes, L., & Forsyth, S. (2008). Explaining the complexities and value of nursing practice and knowledge. In I. Morley & M. Crouch (Eds.), Knowledge as value: Illumination through critical prisms, 209–224. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi.

Publication in the periodic edition:

Articles in scientific journals published in Ukrainian or Russian,

(the name of the journal is transliterated):

Dolinskiy, A. A., Avdeeva, L. Yu., Sharkova, N. O., & Chuninkin, O. Yu. (2016). Research of features of the impact of the discrete pulse energy input method on the formation of lipid nanostructures. Dopov. Nac. akad. nauk. Ukr., No. 4, 49–54. doi:https://doi.org/10.15407/dopovidi2017.04.003. (in Ukrainian).

Vertakova, Yu. V. (2015). Taxonomic assessment of innovation economy branch development: a synthesis of methodological approaches. Izvestiya Yugo-zapadnogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Seriya: Ekonomika. Sotsiologiya. Menedzhment, 2, 51–59. (in Russian).

Plotnikov, V., & Chaplina, A. (2010).Process-oriented system of managing competitiveness of Russian consumer market players. Problemy sovremennoi ekonomiki, 2, 140–146. (in Russian).

Articles in scientific journals in English:

Boughton, M., & Halliday, L. (2008). A challenge to the menopause stereotype: Young Australian women’s reflections of “being diagnosed” as menopausal. Health & Social Care in the Community, 16 (6), 565–572. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2524.2008.00777.x

Electronic editions:

Webpage with author (s):

Ghodbane, S., Lahbib, A., Sakly, M., & Abdelmelek, H. (2013). Bioeffects of Static Magnetic Fields: Oxidative Stress, Genotoxic Effects, and Cancer Studies. BioMed Res. Int., 602987. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles//PMC3763575/.

Web page without authors:

ANCI national competency standards for the registered nurse and the enrolled nurse. (2000). Retrieved from http://www.anci.org.au/competencystandards.htm.

Theses of reports. Conference proceedings:

Skalskiy, V. R. (2010, November). The formation of acoustic emission method in the institutionsof the Western Science Center. Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference Theory and practice of sustainable design, construction and operation of engineering constructions, 9–10, Lviv. (in Ukrainian).

Patent, DSTU, GOST:

Pat. 37345 UA, IPC C08G18/08, C08K3/34, C08K5/03, C08K5/06, Urethane foam material, Saveliev, Yu. V., Markovska, L. A., Savelieva, O. O., Parkhomenko, N. Y., Publ. 25.11.2008 (in Ukrainian).

DSTU 3017-2015. Editions. Basic types. Terms and definitions, Kyiv, 2016 (in Ukrainian).

GOST 29088-91. Polymeric materials, cellular flexible. Determination of tensile strength and elongation at break, Moscow: Izd-vo standartov, 1991 (in Russian).

Thesis (thesis dissertation):

Mazur, L. M. (2007) Synthesis and research of new polyurethanes, creation of compositions on their basis as transmitters of medicinal substances (Unpublished candidate thesis). Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Kyiv, Ukraine (in Ukrainian).

Naumko, I. M. (2006). Fluid mode of mineral genesis of rock-ore complexes of Ukraine (with inclusions of typical parageneses in minerals). (Extended abstract of Doctor thesis). Institute of Geology and Geochemistry of Combustible Minerals, Lviv, Ukraine (in Ukrainian).

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