Mathematics; Statistics; Applications



RATIO MATHEMATICA ( is a historical journal of Mathematics and Statistics born in 1990 and indexed in many databases such as DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), PKP (Public Knowledge Project), OCLC WorldCat, Google Scholar, AcademicKeys, Genamics, JournalTOCs, ANCP, OPAC SBN, PROQUEST, PUBDB, and ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE LIBRARY.

During the last years, RATIO MATHEMATICA has witnessed a notable increase in submissions and has also been included in the UGC care list (Group I). Group I includes the Journals found qualified through the UGC-CARE protocols (University Grant Commission - Consortium for Academic and Research Ethics). In the coming years, the journal's goal is to obtain indexing also in the SCOPUS and WOS databases.

In light of this, we have decided to reorganize the board and invite some experts in mathematics and statistics to the role of Associate Editor (AE).
As is known in the academic world, the function of an AE is unpaid, but it is a prestigious position for those who deserve to fill it, thanks to the research work done in their academic career. Furthermore, it is also a beneficial role for talented researchers to improve the quality of their curriculum.

RATIO MATHEMATICA looks for experienced Professors, Lecturers, and Researchers with a curriculum and experience appropriate to the role.
Applications from candidates without the necessary experience will not be considered. Only candidates who meet the following minimum requirements can be considered:
- at least 15 publications in reputable journals;
- at least 5 years of research experience in the field.
Among the expressions of interest received, those with greater experience and higher quality of publications will be considered.

The work of an AE is not very demanding as each AE should manage a limited number of articles each year, decide quickly whether to send them for refereeing or not, manage the blind refereeing procedure by sending the paper to at least two referees, and suggest to the chief editors the decision made.
A list of possible referees to contact will be made available to all AEs.

The AE is also asked:
- to maintain the confidentiality of the authors' names;
- to be impartial in judgment;
- to ensure that the referee procedure takes place within a reasonable time;
- to help keep the quality of published articles high.

Professors, Lecturers, and Researchers can express their interest by replying to and indicating the areas of expertise.

If you are interested in the role of AE, you can alternatively send one of the following information to be evaluated:
- your CV;
- link to your personal web page;
- link to the SCOPUS page;
- link to the Google Scholar page;
- link to the Research Gate page;
- link to the Publons page.
Posted: 2022-02-27
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