International Journal of Emerging Multidisciplinaries: Mathematics

Information for Authors

All articles to be considered for publication in International Journal of Emerging Multidisciplinaries: Mathematics (IJEMD-M) should be submitted electronically to the journal’s Editorial Manager (EM) online submission system.

Before Submission

  1. Your manuscript is an original work and has not been published or is currently under review with another journal or Conference Proceedings.
  2. Your work meets all the Research Ethics. The manuscript should contain a separate section of "Ethics Approval" if the work involves human or animal subjects.
  3. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  4. The English of the manuscript is acceptable and it should be free of grammatical and spelling errors.
  5. Your figures are of acceptable quality and uploaded as separate files.
  6. Your references are formatted correctly and numbered as they appear in the text.
  7. Only manuscripts of sufficient quality that meet the aims & scope of the journal will be reviewed.
  8. Manuscripts must conform to the guidelines of the journal shown below.

Submissions that don't adhere to these guidelines will be rejected or returned to the Author prior to the peer review process.

Authors must declare current or recent funding (including for article processing charges) and other payments, goods, or services that might influence the work. All funding, whether a conflict or not, must be declared in the ‘Acknowledgments’.
The involvement of anyone other than the authors who 1) has an interest in the outcome of the work; 2) is affiliated with an organization with such an interest; or 3) was employed or paid by a funder, in the commissioning, conception, planning, design, conduct, or analysis of the work, the preparation or editing of the manuscript or the decision to publish must be declared. Declared conflicts of interest will be considered by the editor and reviewers and included in the published article.

Preparation of Manuscripts

Your manuscript text file should begin with a title page that includes author affiliations and contact information, as well as an asterisk indicating the corresponding author. The original manuscript should be formatted with double line spacing using Times New Roman fonts (12 pt) and fully justified right and left. The text must be in a single-column format with justified margins. Use bold face, italics, subscripts, and superscripts where appropriate. Please use the IJEMD LaTex macro package to prepare your manuscript unsing Latex. The submission should include the original source (including all style files and figures) and a PDF version of the compiled output. Microsoft Word users can download and install IJEMD_MWtemplate to help speed the task of formatting their manuscripts and then convert the Microsoft Word file into PDF format (Please note that this template were designed for Word 2010 for Windows).
Please do not include any references in the abstract and make sure it serves as both a general introduction to the subject and a quick, non-technical review of the important findings and their consequences.

Online Submission

Manuscripts should be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript to the editorial office as pdf files via the online Editorial Manager System (EM) following the instructions given on the screen. Submissions by anyone other than one of the authors will not be accepted. The submitting author takes responsibility for the manuscript during submission and peer review. If for some technical reason, submission through the EM is not possible, the author can contact editorial office for support.

Initial evaluation

All submitted manuscripts will be checked by the Editorial Office to determine whether they are properly prepared and whether they follow the ethical policies of the journal. All submitted manuscripts are screened for potential plagiarism via iThenticate software. Manuscripts that do not fit the journal's ethics policy or do not meet the standards of the journal will be rejected before peer review. Incomplete manuscripts not prepared in the advised style will be sent back to authors without scientific review. After these checks, the Editorial Office will consult the journal’s Editor-in-Chief to determine whether the manuscript fits the scope of the journal and whether it is scientifically sound. Manuscripts with insufficient priority for publication will be rejected promptly. Please write your text in good English (American usage is accepted). The Editor reserves the right to reject a manuscript on the grounds of insufficient language quality. Reject decisions at this stage will be verified by the Editor-in-Chief.

Submission Declaration and Verification

Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously (except in the form of an abstract, a published lecture, or an academic thesis), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, that its publication is approved by all authors and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities where the work was carried out, and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in English or in any other language, including electronically without the written consent of the copyright holder. To verify originality, all manuscripts submitted to IJEMD-M are screened using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate to identify any plagiarized content.


The journal does not accept advertisements from third parties.

Digital Archiving

The journal is preserved in CLOCKSS and Portico, the two leading preservation archives that guarantee persistent access for the very long term.
Articles also receive Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) from the CrossRef organization to ensure they can always be found.

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

Article Structure

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract, Keywords
  3. Introduction
  4. Material and methods (Experimental or Methodology or Patients and methods)
  5. Results
  6. Discussion (Results and discussion can be combined in one section)
  7. Conclusion
  8. Acknowledgment(s)
  9. Conflicts of Interest
  10. References
  11. Tables
  12. Figures

Title page

The title page should include:

  1. Title: The title should be brief, concise, and descriptive. It should not contain any literature references or compound numbers or non-standardized abbreviations. It should be centered,typed in Times New Roman 14 point and boldface.
  2. Authors and affiliations : Supply given names, middle initials, and family names for complete identification. They should be centered beneath the title and typed in Times New Roman 11-point, non-italic, and boldface. Use superscript lowercase letters to indicate different affiliations, which should be as detailed as possible and must include department, faculty/college, University, the city with zip code or P.O. Box and country. The primary affiliation for each author should be the institution where most of their work was done. if an author has subsequently moved, the current address may additionally be stated. Addresses will not be updated after the publication of the article.
  3. Corresponding author: Should be indicated with an asterisk, and contact details (Tel., fax, and e-mail address) should be placed in a footnote. If available, the 16-digit ORCID of the corresponding author.
  4. Title, Authors, and affiliations in Arabic should be provided in the same order as mentioned above on a separate page in the same file. Short running title (running head) with 80 characters as maximum.


    The abstract should be self-contained, citation-free, and should not exceed 300 words. The abstract should briefly describe the purpose of the study, how the investigation was performed, the most important results, and the principal conclusions that were drawn from the results, respectively. Nonstandard or uncommon abbreviations should be defined at first mention within the abstract. The abstract should be typed in Times New Roman, 9-point, non-italic and non-boldface.


    Authors are asked to provide (3 to 6) keywords, separated with semicolons, and should be typed in Times New Roman, 10-point, non-italic and non-boldface.


    This section should be succinct, with no subheadings. The author(s) should strive to define the significance of the work and the justification for its publication. Any background discussion should be brief and restricted to pertinent material.

    Material and methods (Experimental or Methodology or Patients and methods)

    This part should contain sufficient detail that would enable all procedures to be repeated. It can be divided into subsections if several methods are described. Authors should be as concise as possible in experimental descriptions. The experimental section must contain all of the information necessary to guarantee reproducibility. Previously published methods should be indicated by a reference and only relevant modifications should be described. All vendor details, including company, city, and country, should be mentioned for chemicals, reagents, strains, etc. For statistical analysis, please state the appropriate test(s) in addition to a hypothesized p-value or significant level (for example 0.05).

    Results and Discussion

    They should be combined. The study results should be clear and concise. Restrict the use of tables and figures to depict data that is essential to the message and interpretation of the study. The results should be presented in a logical sequence in the text, tables and illustrations. The discussion should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. Include in the discussion the implications of the findings and their limitations, how the findings fit into the context of other relevant work, and directions for future research.


    The main conclusion(s) of the study should be presented in a short conclusion statement highlighting the goals of the study and its importance. State new hypotheses when warranted. Include recommendations when appropriate.


    All acknowledgments (if any) should be included at the very end of the manuscript before the references. Anyone who made a contribution to the research or manuscript, but who is not a listed author, should be acknowledged (with their permission).

    Conflicts of Interest

    Authors must declare all relevant interests that could be perceived as conflicting. Authors should explain why each interest may represent a conflict. If no conflicts exist, the authors should state this. Submitting authors are responsible for co-authors declaring their interests.


    Text: Indicate references by Arabic numerals in brackets, which run in order of appearance throughout the text (Vancouver style). For instance [4] or [7-10, 13,15]. The actual authors can be referred to, but the reference number(s) must always be given.

    Your references shouldn't be copied and pasted. As a result, it’s critical that you format them appropriately, as they’ll be electronically linked to external databases whenever possible. The standard referencing style is used at IJEMD. As a result, double-check your references while formatting them:

    • Run sequentially (and are always numerical).
    • Sit within square brackets.
    • Only have one publication linked to each number.
    • Only include papers or datasets that have been published or accepted by a named publication, recognized preprint server or data repository (if you include any preprints of accepted papers in your reference list, make sure you submit them with the manuscript).
    • Include published conference abstracts and numbered patents, if you wish.
    • Don’t include grant details and acknowledgements.

    In your reference list, you should:

    • Include all authors unless there are six or more, in which case only the first author should be given, followed by ‘et al.’.
    • List authors by last name first, followed by a comma and initials (followed by full stops) of given names.
    • Use Roman text for Article and dataset titles, with only the first word of the title having an initial capital and written exactly as it appears in the work cited, ending with a full stop.
    • Use italics for book titles, giving all words in the title an initial capital.
    • Use italics for journal and data repository names, abbreviating them according to common usage (with full stops).
    • Use bold for volume numbers and the subsequent comma.
    • Give the full page range (or article number), where appropriate.


    Printed journals:

    Schott, D. H., Collins, R. N. & Bretscher, A. Secretory vesicle transport velocity in living cells depends on the myosin V lever arm length. J. Cell Biol., 156 (2002), 35-39.

    Online only:

    Bellin, D. L. et al. Electrochemical camera chip for simultaneous imaging of multiple metabolites in biofilms. Nat. Commun. 7 (2016), Article ID. 10535. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms10535


    O’Neill, B. Semi Riemannian geometry with applications to relativity, Academic Press, Inc. New York, 1983.

    Online material:

    Babichev, S. A., Ries, J. & Lvovsky, A. I. Quantum scissors: teleportation of single-mode optical states by means of a nonlocal single photon, (2002), Preprint at https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0208066.


    Tables should be cited consecutively in the text. Every table must have a descriptive title and if numerical measurements are given, the units should be included in the column heading. Vertical rules should not be used. Figure and table captions should be 9-point Times New Roman, boldface, and non-italic. Initially capitalize only the first word of the caption. Figure captions are to be below the figures and Table titles are to be fully justified right and left above the table.


    Figures and tables should not be submitted in separate files. If the article is accepted, authors will be asked to provide the source files of the figures. Each figure should be supplied in a separate electronic file. All figures should be cited in the manuscript in consecutive order. Figures should be supplied in either vector art formats (Illustrator, EPS, WMF, FreeHand, CorelDraw, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) or bitmap formats (Photoshop, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, etc.). Bitmap images should be of 300 dpi resolution at least unless the resolution is intentionally set to a lower level for scientific reasons. If a bitmap image has labels, the image and labels should be embedded in separate layers. Figures should be referred to as Fig. 1, Figs. 2, 3-5, using Arabic numerals. Ensure that all tables, figures, and schemes are cited in the text in numerical order. Figure parts should be denoted by lowercase letters (a,b,c,..etc).

    Funding Statement

    Authors must state how the research and publication of their article were funded, by naming financially supporting body(s) (written out in full) followed by associated grant number(s) in square brackets (if applicable), for example: “This work was supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council [grant numbers xxxx, yyyy]; the National Science Foundation [grant number zzzz]; and a Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant”. If the research did not receive specific funding but was performed as part of the employment of the authors, please name this employer. If the funder was involved in the manuscript writing, editing, approval, or decision to publish, please declare this.

    Nomenclature and Units

    All measurements and data should be given in SI units where possible, or in other internationally accepted units in parentheses throughout the text. Illustrations and Tables should use conventional units, with conversion factors given in legends or footnotes.


    One set of page proofs (as PDF files) will be sent by e-mail to the corresponding author. Please use this proof only for checking the typesetting, editing, completeness, and correctness of the text, tables, and figures. We will do our best to get your article published quickly and accurately. Therefore, it is important to ensure that all of your corrections are sent back in one communication within 48 h. proofreading is solely your responsibility. Note that the publisher may proceed with the publication of an article if no response is received.

    Revised manuscripts

    The authors must submit the revised version of their submissions within two weeks of receiving the editorial decision. Revision does not mean that the manuscript will be accepted for publication, as the amended submissions could be sent out for reevaluation if required. When submitting a revised manuscript, contributors are requested to include, the ‘referees’ remarks along with point-to-point clarification at the beginning of the revised file itself. In instances where an author disagrees with a comment or suggestion of a reviewer, please justify the reason. Any associated changes in the manuscript must be highlighted in the revised form of the manuscript to facilitate the process of re-evaluation.

    After acceptance

    Upon acceptance, your article will be exported to production to undergo typesetting. Once the typesetting is complete, you will receive the proofs.

    Ethical Guidelines

    In any study on human or animal subjects, the following ethical guidelines must be observed. For any experiments on humans, all work must be conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki (1964). Manuscripts describing experimental work which carries a risk of harm to human subjects must include a statement that the experiment was conducted with the human subjects’ understanding and consent, as well as a statement that the responsible Ethical Committee has approved the experiments. In the case of any animal experiments, the authors must provide a full description of any anesthetic or surgical procedure used, as well as evidence that all possible steps were taken to avoid animal suffering at each stage of the experiment.

    Complying with Ethics of Experimentation

    Please ensure that all research reported in submitted papers has been conducted in an ethical and responsible manner, and is in full compliance with all relevant codes of experimentation and legislation. All original research papers involving humans, animals, plants, biological material, protected or non-public datasets, collections or sites, must include a written statement under an Ethics Approval section including the following:

    • The name of the ethics committee(s) or institutional review board(s) involved.
    • The number or ID of the ethics approval(s).
    • A statement that human participants have provided informed consent before taking part in the research.
    • Research involving animals must adhere to ethical standards concerning animal welfare. All original research papers involving animals must:
      • Follow international, national, and institutional guidelines for the humane treatment of animals.
      • Receive approval by the ethics review committee at the institution or practice at which the research was conducted and provide details on the approval process, names of the ethics committee(s) or institutional review board(s) involved, and the number or ID of the ethics approval(s) in the Ethics Approval section.
      • Provide justification for use of animals and the species selected.
      • Provide information about housing, feeding, and environmental enrichment, and steps taken to minimize suffering.
      • Provide mode of anesthesia and euthanasia.

    Supplementary materials

    Authors can publish online supplementary files along with their articles or book chapter. Each supplementary file should include an article title, journal name, authors' names, affiliations, and email address of the corresponding author. Supplementary files will be published as received from the authors without any conversion, editing, or reforming.