Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers  (EECFR)

EECFR is an independent non-governmental organization created with the aim of uniting the efforts of scientists from Central and Eastern Europe to promote sustainable development, publication of the results of fundamental, scientific and practical researches.

The highest governing body of the Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers is the Scientific Council, which includes scientists from different countries, such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, the Russian Federation and others.

The headquarters of the Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers is located in Prague (Czech Republic), the official representative of the center in the CIS countries is the Scientific Science and Research Institute of Social and Economic Development (www.sried.in.ua).

The Center supports future research in the following priority areas:

1. The most important fundamental research.

2. Sustainable development, advanced technology.

3. Innovation in industry and management.

4. Economics, sociology, international relations.

5. Political science, public communications.

6. International relations, public administration, law.

7. Philosophy, theology, psychology, pedagogy.

8. Linguistics, philology, literary criticism.

Roman Rossi

Roman Rossi

Director of Nemoros Group

Honorary Doctor of Science of NKU

Member of the Scientific Council of SRIED

Deputy Director for International Relations of SRIED

President of the Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers (EECFR)

 

 

The Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers (EECFR) under the leadership of its President R. Rossi has been participating at the international scientific and educational projects of the Czech Republic and Eastern Europe for more than 7 years, helps in holding annual international scientific and practical conferences, organizes advanced training and internships at the European universities for teachers of Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, etc., supports scientific research in the field of modern sciences, etc., helps to look for partners for international grant programs, and also actively develops mutual fruitful cooperation between the Czech Republic and the countries of Eastern Europe in the scientific and educational direction.

MODERN SCIENCE

International scientific journal

"Modern Science - Moderní věda" is a Czech international scientific periodical published by Nemoros Group (Prague, Czech Republic). "Modern Science - Moderní věda" is published only in English. The publication is published regularly 6 times a year and contains scientific research and articles carried out by scientists from Central and Eastern Europe. The publication is distributed free of charge to all libraries (Czech Republic), universities and collaborating institutions.

The journal is registered in the Czech Republic (MK ČR E 21453), and is included in the catalog of the International Center for Periodicals (Paris, France) ISSN 2336-498X, and is also included in the catalog of the Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers (EECFR).

The publication is also included at the international catalogs and scientometric databases: Scholar Google, eLIBRARY.RU (RYNTS), Index Copernicus.

"Modern Science - Moderní věda" invites to cooperation

 

Founder: Eastern European Center of the Fundamental Researchers (EECFR).

Publisher: NEMOROS s.r.o. (Prague, Czech Republic)

Representative in Ukraine: SRIED, Kyiv (sried.in.ua)

Periodicals: 350 copies, 6 times a year

Registration: MK CR E 21453

Editorial Board: Dr. Iryna Ignatieva, Ph.D Diana Kucherenko, Roman Rossi

Submit your work with us

"Modern Science - Moderní věda" is an international scientific periodical that publishes the results of scientific research of scientists, graduate students, and applicants for academic degrees in accordance with modern requirements.

Requirements for the concept of scientific articles:

Indent on all pages - 2.0 cm, paragraph indent - 1.0 cm, font - Times New Roman, spacing - 1. First, the title of the scientific work (in the middle of the page, size - 16, bold) in English, under the space - name and surname of the author(s), academic title, place of work (in the middle of the page, size - 14, italics), at the bottom through the interval - annotations and keywords in English (up to 5 lines, size - 12), at the bottom through spacing - text (size - 14). References are submitted in English in accordance with the requirements of Scopus. Articles are accepted for consideration only in English.

Materials are sent in Word editor with * .doc extension. Figures, graphs, formulas and tables should be submitted only if they reflect the results of scientific research and contain scientific innovations. The article should emphasize the empirical (factual) part of the research, new scientifically substantiated results, their specific theoretical and practical significance, information about testing. Materials should be sent in electronic form.

 

The procedure for reviewing scientific articles:

Each article is peer reviewed (3 reviewers). Particular attention is paid to conclusions and novelty. After that, the articles go to proofreading and layout.

It is necessary to provide a scientific work performed in accordance with the established requirements, an application issued in any form (indicating that the submitted scientific work has not been previously published anywhere and the author agrees to its publication). The editors independently organize edits and, if necessary, make literary corrections. In case of negative reviews, the article is returned to the author for revision. In case of a positive decision of the editorial board (based on 3 positive reviews), the article is published in the next issue of the journal.

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