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scientific edition of Bauman MSTU


Bauman Moscow State Technical University.   El № FS 77 - 48211.   ISSN 1994-0408

Publishing policy

Magazine:  Engineering Education

Publishing policy

Aims and Scopes
Journal sections
Open Access Policy
Peer review
Publishing Ethics
The Founder
Publication fee

Aims and Scopes

“Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” is the network peer-reviewed serial publication that publishes original scientific results of theoretical and applied research conducted in a broad array of issues and problems in Machine Building and Engineering Science, Aviation and Rocket-Space Engineering, Instrument Engineering, Information Science, Computer Engineering and Control, Documentary Information.

The Journal is addressed, primarily, the scientists and engineers of research institutes, design bureaus, enterprises, and technical universities, as well as advanced undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.

Journal sections

  • Mechanics
  • Mechanical Engineering and Machine Science
  • Aviation and Rocket-Space Engineering
  • Instrument Engineering, Metrology, Information-Measuring Instruments and Systems
  • Informatics, Computer Engineering and Control

Open Access Policy

Guided by the principle that public access to the results of research contributes to improving global exchange of knowledge the journal enables direct open access to its content.


  • Russian State Library
  • NEICON (Non-profit Partnership “National E-Information Consortium”

Peer review

All scientific papers the editors of the journal “Science and Education” receive should undergo double-blind peer review (a reviewer and an author of the manuscript do not know each other).

1. The members of the editorial board and guest reviewers who are head researchers in the field concerned in Russia and other countries. The editor-in-chief, deputy editor-in-chief, science editor, and managing editor make decision on a reviewer to be nominated to review a paper. The deadline is in 3-4 weeks, but on reviewer's request it may be postponed.

2. Each Reviewer has the right to refuse to review in case of apparent conflict of interests reflected in the paper perception and interpretation. Following the paper consideration a Reviewer gives a reasoned recommendation on the paper using one of the following options:

  • accepted (for publication as it was submitted);
  • minor revision (may be accepted for publication upon making Reviewer's amendments);
  • major revision (needs in significant corrections and re-review);
  • reject (the journal cannot publish the paper).

3. If the review advises revise and finalize the paper, the editors forward the reviewed text to the author with a proposal to take into account the Reviewer's remarks when preparing a new version of the paper or give arguments (partially or completely) to refute them. Finalizing should take, at most, 2 months from the date of sending the electronic message to the author to revise. The author-revised paper is again reviewed.

4. In case the authors refuse to revise their material, they have to notify, in writing or orally, the editors of their rejection to publish the paper. If the authors do not return a finalized version in 3 months from the date of sending review the editors cancel its registration even there is no authors' notification with their refusal of revising. In such situations an appropriate notification is sent to authors that the paper registration has been cancelled because of expiry date.

5. If the Author and Reviewers have the irrepressible conflicts regarding the paper the editors have the right to submit it for further review. In conflict situations, the Editor in- Chief takes decision at a meeting of the Editorial Board.

6. The Editorial Board makes decision on rejection slip in accordance with Reviewers' recommendations. The paper rejected by the Editorial Board for publication is not accepted for review. The rejection slip is forwarded to the Author either through e-mail or through a personal account at the journal's website.

7. If the Editorial Board of the journal accepts the paper for publication the editors inform the author on the terms of publication.

8. A positive review of the paper is not enough. The Editorial Board makes final decision to publish it. In conflict situations the Editor-in-Chief may take decision.

9. The journal Editorial Board stores the reviews of original versions for 5 years. Review copies are sent to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation on request.


The publications in the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” are included in the citation indexing systems of authors and journals. A citation index is the numeric indicator, which characterizes a significance of the given paper and allows user to find the later publications, which cite the given paper.

The journal citation indexing systems are as follows:

Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) is a bibliographic database of scientific publications accumulating information on publications of Russian authors in Russian and foreign scientific editions. The Scientific Electronic Library (elibrary.ru) has been developed the RSCI project since 2005. By 2012 the e-library platform had recorded over 2400 domestic journals.

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature across an array of all formats and disciplines. The Google Scholar index includes most peer-reviewed on-line journals of Europe and America's largest scholarly publishers.

Publishing Ethics

1. Introduction

1.1. Publication of materials in peer-reviewed journals is not only a simple way of scientific communication, but also makes a significant contribution to the development of the scientific knowledge in the field concerned. It is therefore important to agree on the standards of expected ethical behavior for all parties involved in publication activities, i.e. the Author, the journal Editor, the Reviewer, the Publisher and the Scientific Society.

1.2. The Publisher not only supports scientific communications and invest in this process, but is also is responsible for compliance with all current guidelines in the paper under publication.

1.3. The Publisher is committed to strict supervision of scientific materials. Our journal programs are an impartial “report” of the development of scientific thought and research, so we are also aware of the responsibility for the proper representation of these “reports”, especially in terms of the ethical aspects of the publications described in this document.

2. Duties of Editors

2.1. Publication decision

The Editor of the scientific journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” is personally responsible for making publication decision, often in cooperation with the appropriate Scientific Society. Reliability of the work under consideration and its scientific significance should always provide the basis for decision to publish. The Editor is guided by the Editorial Board policy of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU”, as well as by the applicable legal requirements concerning the defamation, copyright, and plagiarism.

The Editor may take counsel with other Editors and Reviewers (or officials of the Scientific Society) when making publication decision.

2.2. Fair play

The editor has to evaluate intellectual content of the manuscript without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, origin, nationality or political preferences of Authors.

2.3. Confidentiality

The Editor and Editorial Board of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” should not, unless necessary, disclose information about a submitted manuscript for all persons, except for the Authors, the Reviewers, the potential Reviewers, other scientific advisors and the Publisher.

2.4. Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest

The unpublished data obtained from the submitted manuscripts should not be used for personal research without the written Author's consent. Information or ideas obtained through the peer review and the associated potential benefits must be kept confidential and never be used for personal benefit.

Editors must refuse to accept a nomination to review manuscripts (i.e. they have to seek a Co-editor, Assistant editor, or to cooperate with other members of the Editorial Board for reviewing the work, instead of reviewing and decision-making alone) when there are conflicts of interest resulting from the competitive, cooperative and other interactions and relationships with Authors, companies and, possibly, other institutions related to the manuscript.

2.5. Publication supervision

The Editor, proving positive that the publication presents erroneous statements or conclusions, has to inform the Publisher (and/or the relevant Scientific Society) to provide the early notice of making revisions, publication withdrawal, expressions of concern and other situation-relevant claims.

2.6. Involvement and cooperation in investigations

The Editor (or Scientific Society) takes adequate steps in case of ethical claims relating to the reviewed manuscripts or published materials. Such steps, generally speaking, include interaction with Authors of the manuscript and argumentation of a relevant claim or requirement, but they can also concern the interaction with relevant institutions and research centers.

3. Duties of Reviewers

3.1. Contribution to editorial board

The review helps the Editor to make publication decision, and through appropriate interaction with the Authors may also enable the Author to improve the quality of the work. The review is a compulsory link in the formal scientific communication, located in the “heart"” of the scientific approach. From the Editorial Board's point of view all the scientists who want to contribute to publication are required to be actively involved in reviewing the manuscript.

3.2. Promptnes

Any nominated Reviewer who feels a lack of qualification to review the manuscript or has no enough time for quick execution of the work, must notify the Editor of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” and ask to exclude him from reviewing the relevant manuscript.

3.3. Confidentiality

Any manuscript to be reviewed must be considered as a confidential document. This work cannot be open and discussed with anyone who has no Editor-delegated powers.

3.4. Standards and objectivity

The Reviewer undertakes to give an objective evaluation. Personal criticism of the Author is not acceptable. Reviewers have to express their opinion clearly and with reason.

3.5. Acknowledgement of sources

Reviewers have to identify the relevant publications in the field concerned, which are unavailable in the list of the manuscript references. The manuscript must make an appropriate reference to any statement (observation, conclusion or argument) in the previous publication. The Reviewer has also to draw Editor 's attention to the fact that between the manuscript under consideration and any other published work in the area of Reviewer's competence there are substantial similarity or overlapping.

3.6. Disclosure and conflicts of interest

The unpublished data obtained from the manuscripts submitted for review should not be used for personal research without the written consent of the Author. Information or ideas obtained through the peer review and related to potential benefits must be kept confidential and never be used for personal benefit.

The Reviewers should not be involved in reviewing the manuscripts when there are conflicts of interest as a result of competitive, cooperative and other interactions and relationships with anyone of the Authors, companies or other institutions related to the submitted work.

4. Duties of Authors

4.1. Reporting standards

The authors' report on the original study has to provide valid data of the work done as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the study. Data on which the work is based are to be error-free. The work has to contain sufficient details and references for a possible reproduction. False or consciously erroneous statements are perceived as unethical behavior and are unacceptable.

Surveys and scientific papers should be accurate and objective, and the Editorial board's point of view must be well defined.

4.2. Data access and retention

Authors may be requested for the raw data pertaining to the manuscript for Editors to review it. Authors, if practicable, have to be ready to provide open access to such information (in accordance with ALPSP-STM Statement on Data and Databases) and, anyway, to store these data after publication for an adequate period of time.

4.3. Originality and plagiarism

Authors have to ensure that the work presented is completely original and if they use other authors' works or statements it is compulsory for them to provide relevant bibliographic references or extracts.

There are many forms of plagiarism such as presenting anyone else's work as an author's one, copying or paraphrasing substantial parts of other people's works (without authorship attribution), and claiming the rights to the results of other people's research. Plagiarism is a duplication of the own previously published works or parts thereof. All forms of plagiarism are unethical and unacceptable.

4.4. Multiple, redundant and concurrent publications

In general, the Author must not publish the manuscript, mostly concerning the same study, more than in one journal as an original version of publication. Submitting the same manuscript simultaneously in more than one journal is perceived to be unethical and unacceptable behavior.

In general, the Author must not submit the previously published paper to the other journal.

Sometimes, if the certain conditions are met, ethics allows publication of papers of a certain type (for example, translated articles, etc.) in more than one journal. Authors and Editors of the keen journals must agree to the secondary publication, which compulsorily represents the same data and interpretations, as the primary published work.

The references of the primary work should be given in the secondary publication. Further information about acceptable forms of secondary (re) publications can be found on www.icmje.org.

4.5. Acknowledgement of sources

Always recognize the contributions of others. Authors have to make references to publications that are relevant to implement the given work. Privately obtained data, for example, in the course of the talks, exchange of messages, or in the process of discussion with the third parties, must not be used or represented without written contest of the Author of a firsthand source. Confidential source information provided from the evaluation of manuscripts or grant-in-aid, must not be used without written contest of the Authors, whose work is related to the confidential sources.

4.6. Authorship of the paper

Only those who have made a significant contribution to the work conception, development, implementation or interpretation of the presented study can be the Authors of publication. All who have significantly contributed should be designated as co-authors. If the team members of the study have made a significant contribution to the certain area in research project, they are to be mentioned as ones significantly contributed to the given study.

The Author has to make sure that all the team members who have made a significant contribution to the study are presented as the co-authors while those who have not been involved in the study are not listed as the Co-authors and that all Co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the work and agreed to its submitting for publication.

4.7. Disclosure and conflicts of interest

All authors, in their manuscripts, have an obligation to disclose financial or other existing conflicts of interest that may be perceived as ones having the impact on the results or conclusions presented in the work.

Examples of potential conflicts of interest to be disclosed mandatorily include employment, consulting, joint-stock property, and remuneration, providing expert opinions, patent application or registration of patents, grants and other financial support. Potential conflicts of interest must be disclosed as soon as possible.

4.8. Essential errors in published works

In case the Author detects fundamental errors or inaccuracies in the publication, he (she) has to inform the Editor of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” and interact with the Editor either for the publication withdrawal or for cutting errors as soon as possible. If the Editor or Reviewer received information from the third party that a publication contains fundamental errors, the Author is has an obligation to withdraw the work, or correct errors as soon as possible.

5. Duties of the Publisher

The Publisher has to follow the principles and procedures to facilitate the performance of ethical duties of Editors, Reviewers and Authors of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” according to standards. The Publisher must be certain that advertising or reprint revenue has no impact on Editorial decision.

The Editorial Board has to support Editors and Reviewers of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” in considering claims to the published materials in terms of ethical matters and assist in communications with other journals and/or Publishers if it contributes to performing duties by Editors.

The publisher has to promote standards for best practices on ethical matters in conducting research and to set industry standards in order to improve the ethical guidelines, withdrawal procedures, and correction of errors.

The Publisher has to provide the appropriate specialized legal support (review and counsel), if necessary.

The Founder

Federal State-Financed Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Bauman Moscow State Technical University” (BMSTU).

Publication fee

For authors publication in the journal is free of charge.

Editors' assistance to authors for preparation, review and publication of materials is free of charge.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest

The unpublished data obtained from the submitted manuscripts cannot be used for personal research without the written consent of the Author. Information or ideas obtained through the peer review and related to potential benefits must be kept confidential and never be used for personal benefit.

The Reviewers should not be involved in reviewing the manuscripts when there are conflicts of interest as a result of competitive, cooperative and other interactions and relationships with anyone of the Authors, companies or other institutions related to the submitted work.

Matching content and plagiarism

The Editorial Board of the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” necessarily use the system Antiplagiat to verify the material of the paper. In case of multiple matching content the Editorial Board acts according to COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) rules.

Policy of pre-prints and post-prints

Submitting the papers the Author has to confirm that the paper has not been published or has not been accepted for publication in another journal. With citing the paper published in the journal “Science and Education of Bauman MSTU” the Publisher kindly requests to post a link (the full URL of the material) to the assigned DOI on official website of journal.

The papers and materials the Authors completely or partly posted earlier anywhere on private or public sites of the other publishers are not accepted for submission.

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