Call for papers – Special issue for the EU-SENSE project

To promote the EU-SENSE project activities, the Special Issue on Innovations for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear + explosive – CBRNe defence was announced at the Security and Defence Quarterly website https://securityanddefence.pl/Special-Issue-Innovations-for-chemical-biological-radiological-nuclear-explosive,3093.html

Security and Defence Quarterly (ISSN 2300-8741; eISSN 2544-994X) is a double-blind peer-reviewed open-access journal that is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of theory, research, and practice in the field of security and defense on a global scale.

It should be noted that this special issue applies not only to the EU-SENSE project but to all other CBRN defense innovations, which can be shared with a scientific community.

Authors can submit regular or short papers, which concern the development and implementation of new, much safer, and more efficient technologies, altogether with implementing the idea of safety through innovation.

Regular papers (4,000 and 7,000 words in length) should present original research, with Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusion sections. Short manuscripts (2,000 – 3,000 words in length) should contain an original work with focused and concise research contributions, incremental work, e.g. follow-up extensions or evaluations of existing methods, or exploratory work. They could also be conceptual. Short papers should also include Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusion sections.

To submit a manuscript, please go to https://www.editorialsystem.com/sdq and select Special Issue “Innovations for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear + explosive – CBRNe defence”. All submissions are subject to peer review, revision, and re-submission processes. Deadline for submissions of articles: 15 September 2021.

Guest Editors:
Grzegorz Gudzbeler, University of Warsaw, Poland
Paweł Maciejewski, Czech Technical University, the Czech Republic
Magdalena Gikiewicz, Main School of Fire Brigade Service, Poland
Jan Mazal, NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence, Rome, Italy

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