The preferable way of sending manuscripts to the Editors is via the on-site electronic form (link below). In case of any technical problems, the alternate way is to submit the paper (including all supplementary material, information on the authors, abstracts and keywords) by regular E-mail (email@example.com) and/or directly to Managing Editor, Dr. George Starostin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The submitted contribution must necessarily include at least two files: manuscript in MS Word format (*.doc or *.rtf), and a PDF version of the same file. Please remember that the PDF file should be anonymized, i. e. should not contain the author's name or any other data that could reveal the authorship, for the sake of double-blind peer reviewing.
Note: the current style sheet need not be rigorously adhered to at the stage of initial submission. However, upon being accepted for publication based on positive reviews, the paper should be obligatorily brought in agreement with the style sheet by the Author(s) of the accepted manuscript.
Two fonts are strongly recommended:
Text.Size: 12 pt for main text, 10 pt for footnotes. Emphasis: All quoted linguistic forms and examples of usage must be italicized. Bold can be used for emphasis within the author’s own text. Underlining should be avoided. Please do not use “blind” internal references such as “see above”, “as discussed below”, etc. Instead of this, please specify the locus in the following way: “see Sec. 2.1 above”, “as discussed below in the same section”, etc.
Bibliographic references in the text should follow the below model:
List of references.
Bibliographic references must be listed at the end of the text according to the following general model:
Please capitalize only the first word for book/article titles, but use capitalization of all lexical words for journal/serial titles.
Cyrillic references should be listed in the same way:
All tables must be enumerated in captions and accompanied with a short, but informative description: “Table 1. ...”, “Table 2. ...” and so forth. Each table must be explicitly referred to in the text.
All figures must be inserted within the MS Word file in their proper places. All figures must be enumerated in captions and accompanied with a short, but informative description: “Figure 1. ...”, “Figure 2. ...” and so forth. Each figure must be explicitly referred to in the text.
Once the paper is accepted, all figures must also be submitted as separate files.
Format: vector formats (such as *.eps, *.ai, *.cdr) are strongly preferable. The raster format *.tif/*.jpg is also possible.
Size: the maximum size is 170x250mm.
Resolution: raster files (*.tif) must be from 250 to 300 dpi.
Color: only grayscale and black-and-white are possible.
If present, supplementary materials for the paper can be hosted at the JLR site and referred to as “Supporting information” in the main text.