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1 October 2019
Recruiting Editors for Entropy
Entropy is recruiting Editorial Board members for the following six sections:
- Astrophysics, Cosmology, and Black Holes Section;
- Entropy Reviews Section;
- Entropy and Biology Section;
- Signal and Data Analysis Section;
- Multidisciplinary Applications Section;
- Time Section.
The journal is looking to expand the Editorial Board and cover areas that are less well-represented by the current team. If you are interested to serve as an Academic Editor on the editorial board, or have potential candidates to recommend, please reach out to us by 31 December 2019.
Entropy (IF 2.419; ISSN 1099-4300) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal of entropy and information studies. It is fully covered by the leading indexing and abstracting services, including Scopus and SCIE (Web of Science).
As an Editorial Board member, you have the following responsibilities:
- To make decisions on whether a manuscript can be accepted, or not, based on the reports we collect;
- Reviewing a couple of manuscripts per year;
- Editing a Special Issue on a topic related to your research interests when it is convenient for you;
- Recommending timely topics or appropriate conferences;
- Promoting Enrtopy and increasing its visibility at related academic conferences.
To apply or request further information, please contact the Entropy Editorial
Office ([email protected]). We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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