Submissions need to have a Scientific Abstract, accessible mostly to scientists in the same field, as well as a Transdisciplinary Abstract, which communicates the broader context of the submission, as well as the main findings and their implications across disciplinary boundaries.
Authors are requested to select one member of the editorial board, who they feel is topic-wise particularly fitting to edit their submission.
Furthermore authors are requested to select three members of the EASA who may serve as reviewers of their submission. Authors may suggest additional reviewers (outside the academy).
Types of submissions
Research articles in the European Academy Journal describe advances in a specific scientific field, which are also of relevance to other disciplines, or open up an existing field of research to another discipline.
Vision and Opinion
In this category submissions are expected offering a unique personal perspective on a relevant research topic or an outline of anticipated future developments of a field.
The European Academy Journal devotes limited space to review articles. Submissions in this category are expected to summarize a research field such that it becomes accessible to a broader audience and, in particular, to scientists from other disciplines.
The European Academy Journal serves as an outlet of articles stemming from workshops and colloquia of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. These articles are published in the Colloquium category of the journal.
Roadmaps are frequently requested in the context of European programs and global research activities. They are an excellent guide to future developments in the sciences and arts in Europe. However, they are often written for internal use and remain unpublished. With this submission category we offer the opportunity to make such roadmaps available to the public.
Members of our academy have been and are great scholars, who in many cases have participated in scientific developments of high historical value. Submissions in this category benefit from this important resource by collecting ‘witness testimonials’ describing important scientific developments from a historical perspective and in relation to current understanding. Non-members, who wish to participate to this category, are encouraged to contact the Editor-in-Chief.