Dear Eurekians, the year 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of our affiliated journal Axioms. To mark this significant milestone, Axioms launched the 2022 Young Investigator Award and the 2022 Best Paper Award. For sake of your convenience, we share the calls with you. Your participation is not only welcome but also much appreciated.
Dear Eurekians, we are excited to share the news that Axioms received an Impact Factor for 2021 of 1.824. Currently, Axioms is JCR-Q2 in Mathematics, Applied, and CiteScore-Q1 in Algebra and Number Theory.
This development represents a significant milestone for our affiliated journal, and we would like to invite you to join us in celebrating and offer you our sincerest thanks for your attention, support, and contribution in recent years; expressly for your participation in our Special Issues: Softcomputing: Theories and Applications II, and Softcomputing: Theories and Applications.
We recommend Axioms as a preferred journal for the Eurekians. As a benefit, a 15% discount for article processing charges to all society members to publish in Axioms will be applied. Please don't hesitate to contact us for more information.
Results of the International Postgraduate Research Consortium
Dear participants, the members of the International Virtual Workshop on Business Analytics Eureka 2021, held from 2 to 4 June 2021 by the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez, have the pleasure to inform you of the results of the consortium.
The doctoral degree awards are:
First place: 100% support for covering the article processing charges in Axioms (JCR Journal).
Second place: 50% support for covering the article processing charges in Axioms.
The papers will be peer-reviewed; the award will be valid if the guest editors of the special issue, as well as the editor-in-chief, accept the paper.
The winning doctoral students are:
Leo Hernandez Ramirez
Thesis title: Parallel Hybrid Heuristics Methods for Job Shop Scheduling Problem
Title of the extended abstract: Three Hybrid Scatter Search Algorithms for Multi-Objective Job Shop Scheduling Problem .
Xochitl Samantha Delgado Hernández
Thesis title: Application of mathematical programming models to the selection of verbal expressions in virtual socio-emotional agents.
Title of the extended abstract: Implementation of the phrases selection model to the conversational agent architecture to optimize the response.
The master’s degree award went unclaimed.
We congratulate the winners of the consortium and thank all the participants for their interest in the contest. We invite you to continue on the path of quality research.
The winners should send an email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to process the awards.
"Softcomputing: Theories and Applications II"
Jornal: Axioms (mdpi.com/journal/axioms)
Deadline: June 30, 2021
APC: 1000 CHF for submissions during 2020, 1400 CHF for submissions during 2021
Latin American Association of Neutrosophic Sciences
Registry of the Latin American Association of eutrosophic Sciences. In the formation and registration of networks of the Higher Education System and the National System of Science, Technology, Innovation and Ancestral Knowledge issued by Agreement No. SENESCYT-2018-040, it was assigned the registration number REG-RED-18-0052.
Board of directors
Maikel Y. Leyva Vázquez PhD: President
Jesus Estupiñan Ricardo PhD: Vice-President
Noel Batista Hernandez MSc: Legal Advisor
The partnership in conjunction with the University of New Mexico publishes the Neutrosophic Computing and Machine Learning magazine.
More information On Neutrosophy in Special The works of its creator the Romanian Prof. Florentin Smarandache can be found here.
New Group Incorporation
The Economic Mathematics Group of the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí joins the Eureka International UASLP Network.
President of the Administrative Council of the Eureka network enters to the list of the 6,000 most cited researchers in the world
The President of the Administrative Council of the Eureka network and professor of Computer Languages and Systems at the University of Jaén (UJA), Luis Martínez López, is among the 6,000 most cited researchers in the world, according to the Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) 2018 of Clarivate Analytics, company that develops the Web of Science.
The list of HCR (Highly Cited Researchers) attempts to identify the best research talent in the areas of Science and Social Sciences, since an HCR is selected for its exceptional performance in research, determined by the production of multiple articles that are highly cited, which means they are in the top 1 percent of the most cited publications for the research field and year on the Web of Science.