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EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics: A new Open Access journal is launched

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The publishers of EPJ are pleased to announce the launch of a new Open Access journal: EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics. A Commentary and two Research papers are already available.

This new peer-reviewed journal will promote and disseminate new research in the field of quantitative biomedical complexity science. Its special focus is on the applications of nonlinear dynamics and complexity-inspired integrative systems science, to the quantitative modeling and understanding of how structure, function and/or dysfunctions and diseases emerge in complex biomedical matter, systems and processes.

With a large international Editorial Board, the journal offers five different sections:

  • Physics of Biological Systems and Their Interactions, under the editorship of Aneta Stefanovska
  • Physics of Cancer and Oncology, under the editorship of Jack Tuszynski
  • Systems Biology and Dynamical Diseases, under the editorship of Marc-Thorsten Hütt
  • Systems Neurosciences and Integrative Brain Research, under the editorship of Viktor Jirsa
  • Interdisciplinary Topics, under the editorship of Wlodzimierz Klonowski

In addition to research articles, the journal welcomes review and survey articles, letters and commentaries, as well as proposals for thematic series devoted to specific aspects of its aims and scope.

Two calls for papers on System Biology and Spatiotemporal Patterns and Advances in Neural Population Models and Their Networks have already been issued.

The proceedings of the FUSION14 conference have been published online in EPJ Web of Conference in January 2015. The proceedings were sent to EDP Sciences in mid december 2014. It is remarkable that, despite the end of the year break and the relatively large number of contributions, the proceedings have appeared online so quickly.
The editorial team of the FUSION14 proceedings has very much appreciated the flexibility of EDP Sciences who could accommodate for our submission of the proceedings at a later date than expected as well as their professionalism.
This is not the first edition of FUSION proceedings to appear in EPJ Web of Conferences. It is also likely that the proceedings of future editions of this triennial conference will again be published in this journal.

Cédric Simenel, The Australian National University, Australia
Co-editor EPJ Web of Conferences vol. 86, 2015

ISSN: 2100-014X (Electronic Edition)

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