Before submitting an article for consideration for publication in the journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Food Technology” we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the editorial policy, publication ethics, the procedure for reviewing manuscripts, copyright provisions, pricing policy of the journal, as well as the rules for preparing a manuscript for publication, set out in the relevant sections.
Rules for preparing a manuscript for publication
For publication in the scientific and technical journal “Izvestiya vuzov. Food Technology” (hereinafter — IVPT) accepts original scientific and review articles, reviews of monographs and textbooks that meet its profile, subject matter and main headings.
The magazine publishes advertising materials about innovative technologies of the food and processing industry, modern high-tech analytical equipment, leading scientific and educational organizations and their divisions. The journal also publishes information about famous scientists (Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, academician or corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences) who have made a significant contribution to the development of science, technology and education in the food industry.
Guided by the mission of the journal, the editorial board strives to expand the circle of authors. In this regard, the publication of several articles by the same author in one issue of the IVPT journal and in two consecutive issues is excluded.
The authors must have exclusive copyrights to the submitted manuscript and its publication in the IVPT journal. All authors are fully personally responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in the article, for the misuse of intellectual property and copyright.
If the manuscript is accepted for publication, the author enters into a publishing license agreement with the editorial office (publisher), under which all rights to use the materials of the article are transferred to the editorial office of the IWPT and in accordance with which the author is responsible (according to the Civil Code of the Russian Federation No. 230-FZ of 18.12.2006, ch. 4) if the article has already been published earlier, is being considered for publication in another publishing house, or after publication in the IVPT journal will be published elsewhere in the same form or in electronic form, as well as in any other language without the written consent of the copyright holder – the editorial board of the IVPT journal.
Manuscripts submitted to the editorial board should not contain plagiarism and self-plagiarism as forms of violation of publication ethics by the authors.
In working with the authors, the editorial staff of the IVPT journal is guided by the principles of editorial ethics.
Manuscripts are sent for consideration to the editorial office in electronic form via the “Submit a manuscript” on the journal’s website or by e-mail email@example.com
Simultaneously with the manuscript of the article, a set of accompanying documents is sent to the editorial office, including:
a letter of guarantee (DOC) addressed to the editor-in-chief, drawn up according to the attached sample and disclosing a conflict of interest* and other provisions concerning copyrights and information not subject to publication in the open press (MS Word, 22 kB);
a publishing license agreement (DOC) signed by all the authors of the article, which comes into force only after the article is accepted for publication; consent to the processing of personal data (DOC) (MS Word, 17 kB).
Review-a review certified by the signature of the reviewer and the seal of the institution (indicating the position and place of work of the reviewer).
* – a conflict of interest means any actual or potential conflict of interest, including the area of financial, personal or other relationships with other people or organizations, which may arise within three years from the date of submission of the manuscript and damage the reputation of the journal or the activities of the editorial board, or any other conflict considered as such;
All the listed documents are provided in Russian or English in the form of scanned copies of certified original documents in PDF format by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com .
The originals of the documents are sent to the address: 350072, Russian Federation, Krasnodar, Moskovskaya str., 2, Kuban State Technological University, building A, room. 330a.
Materials designed in violation of the attached forms and samples are not accepted by the editorial office.
Financial conditions are posted in the section “Pricing policy”.
The procedure for reviewing the manuscript
The submitted manuscript is reviewed by the person responsible for the issue for compliance with the editorial policy, subject matter, the main headings of the IVPT journal and the requirements for the design of the manuscript, as well as the presence of plagiarism and self-plagiarism, after which it is registered with the assignment of a unique number.
Checking for borrowings from open sources, including illegal ones (plagiarism), is carried out using Internet resources (antiplagiat.ru and ithenticate.com ). The originality of the text of the manuscript should be at least 75%. Self-citation cannot exceed 10%.
The editorial board notifies the author responsible for correspondence about the receipt of all materials and the assignment of an identification registration number to the manuscript no later than 14 days after their receipt.
Then the manuscript is sent to the editor-in-chief or his deputies, who evaluate its content, relevance, scientific novelty, scientific validity, reliability and validity of the factual material, its representativeness, completeness, structure and logic of presentation, as well as the implementation of the plan (compliance with the goals and results of the study).
If the manuscript is positively evaluated by the editor-in-chief or his deputies, the editorial board organizes a double-blind review of the submitted material in accordance with the regulations on reviewing.
The review period is up to 30 calendar days, and the total review period of the article is up to three months from the date of its registration.
If the reviewer has comments requiring the participation of the author(s) in the revision of the manuscript, it is sent to the author(s) for revision. The deadline for correction by the author(s) of the reviewer’s comments is no more than three weeks.
The corrected manuscript is sent for re-review to the same reviewer, who gives a final conclusion about the possibility of publishing the manuscript in the journal.
In the presence of two negative reviews, the author(s) is sent a reasoned refusal to publish the manuscript, certified by the editor-in-chief of the journal or his deputy.
The authors are provided with copies of the reviews, and the name of the reviewer can be communicated to the authors only after obtaining the consent of the reviewer.
Based on the results of the review, a decision is made on the publication of the manuscript, its revision in accordance with the comments of the reviewer or rejection.
The final decision on the possibility of publishing a manuscript after receiving a positive review is made by the editor-in-chief and, if necessary, by the editorial board.
Information about the decision is sent by e-mail to the author responsible for correspondence with the editorial board.
After the acceptance of the article for publication, the composition and order of the authors’ surnames cannot be changed.
All articles published in the IVPT journal are assigned digital object identifiers – DOI (Digital Object Identifier).
After acceptance for publication, the text of the manuscript is subject to grammatical correction and stylistic editing. The layout of the manuscript is agreed with the author responsible for correspondence with the editorial board, who must familiarize all other authors with it.
The editorial board reserves the right to publish readers’ letters containing an assessment of published manuscripts.
Manuscripts are printed, as a rule, in the order of their receipt to the editorial office. In exceptional cases, the editorial board has the right to change the order of publication of articles.
The content of each issue of the journal is agreed with the members of the editorial board, signed by the executive secretary of the editorial board of the journal and approved by the editor-in-chief of the journal or his deputy.
After the approval of the content of the next issue of the journal, the executive secretary of the editorial board informs the author(s) about this and informs the publication dates and the number of the journal in which the manuscript will be published.
Manuscripts accepted for publication are not returned and, together with accompanying materials, are stored for 5 years.
Manuscripts that have received negative feedback at the review stage are not published, are not stored and are not returned to the author.
Requirements for the structure and content of the article
The submitted scientific article must be an original, previously unpublished experimental or analytical study on relevant topics, possess scientific novelty, have applied significance.
The text of the article should be in Russian or professional English (American or British versions, but not a mixture of them).
The text of the manuscript should be concise and clear, free from evaluative vocabulary and secondary information. The presentation of the material should obey scientific logic, be sufficiently understandable and exclude the need for speculation.
The volume of the manuscript typed in Times New Roman 14 pt font with one and a half line spacing should be 15-20 pages. This volume includes an abstract (summary) in Russian and English, tables, figures, a list of references and its transliteration (References).
The volume of a manuscript containing a scientific review should be more than 20 pages.
The submitted manuscript should have a clear structure and contain the following elements:
1. UDC (universal decimal classifier).
2. Title in Russian and English, which should be brief (no more than 10 words), but informative, i.e. reflect the main result of the research (the purpose of the study). It is not allowed to use abbreviations other than the generally accepted ones.
3. Information about authors is given in the following order:
The surname and initials of the author(s) in Russian and in transliterated form (in transliteration, the author’s full name must be identical to the ORCID ID presented in the profile).
It is important that when specifying the full name of the authors of the article in transliterated form, the rules of writing adopted by international standards should be observed: first name, patronymic initial, surname. For example: in Russian: “P. S. Ivanov”, in transliterated form: “Petr S. Ivanov”.
The order in which authors are mentioned is determined by their contribution to the work performed or is indicated in alphabetical order, which implies an equal contribution of the authors.
The name of the organization must match the name in the Charter and be presented in Russian and English with an indication of the legal address.
If the authors work in different institutions, then after each surname, a superscript digit corresponding to the superscript digit before the name of the institution should indicate who works in which institution.
ORCID ID (for each author) in the format: https://orcid.org/XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX;
In the absence of this profile, you should register on the site orcid.org (see the instructions for registering with ORCID). When registering, the full name is indicated in Latin letters. The presence of a completed ORCID profile is mandatory for each author.
The email address of the author responsible for correspondence with the editorial office.
4. Abstract 200-300 words in Russian and English, reflecting the content and results of the research. The annotation test should be structured according to the logical sequence of disclosure of the following parts:
the relevance of the research topic, the formulation of the problem, the purpose and objectives (if they are not obvious from the title of the article), a brief description of the objects and methods of research (it is advisable to describe the method or methodology of the work if they differ in novelty or are of interest from the point of view of this work); specific research results with brief comments, key conclusions, including the justification of the novelty of the contribution to science, the practical significance and prospects of research.
When writing an abstract, uninformative phrases such as “the author of the article is considering …”, introductory words and phrases should be avoided. The description of previously published works and well-known provisions are not given in the abstract. Significant words from the text of the article should be used in the text of the abstract.
Numerals, if they are not the first word of the sentence, are transmitted in numbers.
It is allowed to introduce abbreviations (the concept of 2-3 words is replaced by an abbreviation of the corresponding number of letters, for the 1st time it is given in full, the abbreviation is in parentheses, then only the abbreviation is used).
5. Keywords — 10-12 words and phrases (no more than three words in a phrase) in Russian and English, reflecting the specifics, object and results of research that should contribute to the indexing of the article in search engines.
6. The main text of the article, the requirements for the structure and content of which are determined by the type of scientific publication: scientific original article, review or review.
6.1. Requirements for the structure and content of the main text of the original scientific article
An original scientific article (Full Article) should present the results of a logically completed scientific research in a detailed format, contain empirical material and its analysis.
The main text of the original scientific article should be structured and contain the following sections.
Introduction (no more than 1/5 of the volume of the text of the manuscript) includes a general statement of the problem, justification of its relevance, a brief analytical review of domestic and foreign publications on this topic, indicating the existing gap in knowledge (which specifically was the basis for the study), goals and objectives of the study.
Objects and methods of research (no more than 1/5 of the volume of the manuscript text) include information about the object and place of research, the sequence of operations during the experiment, the devices and reagents used, as well as a description of research methods. When mentioning devices and equipment, the name of the company is indicated in the original language and country (in parentheses). Information about research methods should be presented in the form of the name of the method and a link to the source of its detailed description. If the method is little known or significantly modified, in addition to a reference to the relevant source, a description of the method is given sufficient to reproduce it and verify the results of the study.
Research results and discussion include the actual results of the study, systematized and presented in the form of tables, figures, equations, photographs, etc., as well as their brief description and discussion. The discussion of the results should be presented in a logical sequence in the form of an interpretation of the data obtained, which should include an assessment of their compliance with the hypothesis and the specific task of the study, a comparative analysis with the results of similar studies, identified dependencies and patterns, a generalization of the results of the study and an assessment of their role in achieving the research goal, as well as in filling the existing gap in knowledge. Along with this, the limitations of the study and its prospects should be disclosed, proposals for the practical application of the research results should be formulated.
It is recommended to describe the results in the past tense.
It is necessary to avoid overloading the text with a large number of formulas, duplication of the same data in tables, graphs and diagrams. The recommended number of tables and figures is 5-8.
6.2. Requirements for the structure and content of the main text of the review article
The review article is a scientific publication containing a critical analysis of the literature, a generalization of current trends and existing gaps in the subject area. The scientific review should integrate modern knowledge, research methods, technological and (or) technical solutions in the subject area of the journal.
The structure of the systematic review should include the following sections:
The introduction substantiates the relevance of the topic, the purpose of the review and the issues (tasks) under consideration. If there are reviews on similar issues, it is advisable to conduct a brief analysis of them and argue the need for a new review.
The methodology should include a description of the methods of searching and selecting sources of information (inclusion and exclusion criteria), an assessment of its relevance, an indication of the analysis method used.
Results and their discussion. Structuring of this section, as a rule, is carried out in accordance with the logic of disclosure of the problem. The authors should focus on the harmony and validity of the theoretical components. As a rule, the analysis of groups of articles selected in the process of content analysis is carried out, generalizations are made, information about the identified trends, existing gaps, the objectivity of the results, etc. is synthesized.
7. The conclusions are briefly formulated solutions to the tasks set, indicating the conformity / inconsistency of the results obtained with the research hypothesis, as well as suggestions for their practical application and the direction of future research.
8. Acknowledgements In this section, we should express our gratitude to the people who helped with the work on the article, as well as to legal entities and (or) individuals who provided financial support for research, the results of which are reflected in the publication.
9. Indication of the presence/absence of a conflict of interest. A real or potential conflict of interest should be indicated. In the absence of a conflict of interest, it should be stated, indicating, for example, that “the author(s) declares that there is no conflict of interest.”
10. References. The magazine adopted the Vancouver style of link design. The source of the reference is indicated in square brackets under the number under which it is contained in the list of references: for example, . At the same time, the numbering of sources in the list of references is carried out in order of their mention in the text of the manuscript. When quoting several works, the references are arranged in chronological order.
The list of references should include only those sources that were used during the research and preparation of the article. It is advisable to rely on the research of not only Russian, but also foreign scientists, quoting articles from leading foreign sources indexed in the Ministry of Internal Affairs (International Scientometric Databases).
The sources in the list are given with the indication of the full output data, issued according to GOST R 7.0.5-2008. Each link should include: the surnames and initials of all authors, the title of the article, the full, unabridged name of the journal, year, volume, number or issue, pages, and for books — the surnames and initials of the authors, the exact title of the book, place of publication (city), publisher, year of publication, number of pages. Links to Internet materials must contain the names and initials of the authors (if any), the title of the publication, the address, the date of the appeal. If the cited source has a DOI, it must be specified. The list of references does not include unpublished works, textbooks and manuals, abstracts of conference materials, information about positive decisions and applications for patents for inventions and utility models. When referring to the dissertation work, only the abstract of this dissertation is indicated. Automatic numbering of the list of references and the use of hyperlinks when copying materials from the Internet is prohibited. IT is NOT RECOMMENDED to refer to publications that are inaccessible to most readers (departmental publications and instructions, statistical reports, articles in socio-political newspapers and magazines). If necessary, a link to these documents is made in the text. Self-citation, as well as citation of other authors, should be justified and correspond to the subject and objectives of scientific work. In accordance with the ethics of scientific publications, the volume of self-citation should not exceed 10% of the total number of cited sources. At least 50% of the sources from the list of references should be published in the last five years. The lack of citation of foreign authors, as well as the lack of citation of literature published in the last 2-3 years, reduce the chances of the manuscript being published. The author is responsible for the correctness of the data given in the list of references (see “Letter of Guarantee”).
11. The list of references in Latin is drawn up according to the following transliteration scheme: surnames and initials of all authors, titles of the publication (the title of the article is omitted), place of publication (city, for books), year, number, pages. After the transliterated titles of books and conferences, their translation into English is given in parentheses. To create links to Russian-language sources, we recommend using automatic transliteration systems and translators. To translate Cyrillic into Latin, you can use free transliteration programs on websites translitteration.com , law.net.ru/translit Transliteration from the Russian language (and other languages that do not use the Latin alphabet) is performed in accordance with: ts = ts, yu = yu, ya = ya, e = e, w = zh, x = kh, b / b – are not written, y / y = y.
Requirements for the design of the article
The manuscript should be typed in the standard Times New Roman 14 pt font with a one-and-a-half interval with a paragraph indentation of 1.25. The text should be typed without hyphenation, the words inside the paragraph should be separated by only one space, do not use spaces to align lines. In the text, it is not allowed to underline text fragments as highlighting, auto-numbering in chapters and paragraphs.
The manuscript should be carefully verified and signed on the first page by all authors.
In the text of the manuscript, only the mathematical formulas necessary for understanding the content should be given. Complex formulas should be typed in one object, and not consist of separate parts. It is necessary to adhere to the standard style of the symbols and indexes: English – italics, Russian and Greek – straight font. Only those formulas that are referenced in the text of the article are numbered.
Graphs, diagrams, photographs, drawings can be in black and white or in color. The number of drawings is no more than 6, including drawings marked with the letters “a”, “b”, etc. Drawings should be signed only with a number, for example, “Fig. 1”, and relevant information about the figure should be given in the text of the manuscript. Tables, graphs and diagrams should be formatted according to the width of the magazine column – 8 cm, digital parameters, axis designations in the figures should be in 8-9 pt font. Drawings should be executed in Corel Draw and Photoshop programs. Diagrams can be executed in MS Excel and MS Graph programs. Drawings must be submitted as separate files in the program in which they were made. Composite schemas should be grouped.
Each table (at least three columns) must have a numbering heading typed in italics (Table 1). The thematic heading of the table is transferred to the text (for example, “The results of the study of the chemical composition of the developed product are presented in Table 2”). Create tables using the capabilities of Word (Table. Add a table).
The administration of the publishing university decided to partially finance the publication of the magazine at the expense of advertisers. The magazine publishes advertising materials about innovative technologies of the food and processing industry, modern high-tech analytical equipment, leading scientific and educational organizations and their divisions. Payment for the placement of advertising materials is established based on the calculation of the costs of their publication on the basis of an Agreement concluded between the advertiser (or the organization representing him) and the university-publisher (the form of the agreement is sent to the authors):
The cost of placing advertising materials on a color cover:
on the 1st side of the cover (window 2/3 of the strip) 10300 rubles, including VAT 1716.66 rubles;
on the 2nd and 3rd sides of the cover (or on the color tab) 6500 rubles, including VAT 1083.33 rubles;
on the 4th side of the cover 8500 rubles, including VAT 1416.66 rubles .
The contract for payment with advertisers is drawn up in 2 copies and sent by mail to the editorial office. After signing by the university-publisher, the authors are sent a copy of the contract and an invoice for the publication of the manuscript (for organizations). Individuals make payments through the bank with the indication of the contract number.
No publication fees are charged from the authors, no royalties are paid, free copies of the journal are not provided.
The journal is published from extra-budgetary funds of the Kuban State Technological University.
You can subscribe to the subscription agency UP “Ural-Press”, subscription index 70372, the cost of subscription for half a year is 700 rubles, for a year – 1400 rubles. The magazine can also be purchased at the editorial office.