The editorial board of the collection of scientific works with full responsibility approaches the issues of support of scientific reputation and closely monitors the compliance of published materials with high standards. The editorial board in its activities is guided by the recommendations of the Committee on the Ethics of Scientific Publications - the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), and also takes into account the valuable experience of authoritative international journals and publishers.


The editor-in-chief of the Bulletin is responsible for decisions regarding articles submitted to the publication in the collection of scientific papers. Verification of the work on the relevance and its significance for fundamental and applied science are the main factors influencing the decision to publish an article based on the provisions of the current legislation. To make such a decision, the editor-in-chief of the Bulletin can consult other members of the editorial board and be guided by its policy.

The editor-in-chief and staff of the editorial board should not disclose information about the submitted manuscript to third parties, except for reviewers, potential reviewers, consultants to the editorial board, and also the publisher. The information contained in the article submitted for publication should not be used in any personal work of the editor-in-chief and members of the editorial board without the written permission of the author. Confidential information or ideas received during review should be kept secret and not used for personal gain. The editor-in-chief should refuse to participate in the review of the article if there is a conflict of interest in connection with competition, cooperation or other relations with someone from authors, companies or institutions related to the article. The editor-in-chief should require all authors of the publication to provide information on relevant competing interests and publish corrections if a conflict of interest has been identified after publication.

When an ethical complaint is received regarding the submitted scientific article to the Bulletin, its editor takes appropriate measures, including contact with the author of this article and proper consideration of his complaint.


Each manuscript received for review must be considered a confidential document. It should not be discussed with third parties, except for those authorized by the editor. Reviews should be conducted objectively. Reviewers should express their point of view clearly, reasonably and not allow the manifestation of personal claims to the author.


The authors of the article must guarantee the originality of their work, and when using information or words from other publications, this should be appropriately indicated by reference or indicated in the text. If there is a significant or partial overlap between the manuscript in question and any other published work, reviewers should pay attention to this to the editor-in-chief.

Plagiarism has many forms, from presenting someone else's work as its own before copying or paraphrasing the essential parts of someone else's work without reference to the source, as well as statements about their rights to the results obtained in studies conducted by others. Plagiarism in all its forms is unacceptable and is an unethical behavior when published. The granting of the same manuscript to more than one edition at the same time is also considered a violation of ethical norms and rules.

The author must declare without fail the presence or absence of a conflict of interest. A conflict of interest can be any situation (financial relations, service or work in institutions having financial or political interest in published materials, job duties, etc.) that can influence the author of the manuscript and lead to concealment, distortion of data or changing their interpretation.

If the author finds an error or inaccuracy in his published work, he should notify the editor-in-chief about this and promote the publication of a refutation or correction of the article. In the event that the editor-in-chief receives information about significant errors in the publication from a third party, the author must refute or provide proof of the accuracy and reliability of his work.