About Us

 Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Applications (J. Nonlinear Sci. Appl.) is an international research journal of rapid publication devoted to the publication of significant articles in all areas and sub-areas of mathematical analysis and applications.  Submitted papers must be correct, original, nontrivial, and well written. Badly written papers will be automatically dismissed at the discretion of the editor in chief. All manuscripts are refereed under the same standards as those used by the finest-quality printed mathematical journals.

International Scientific Research Publications (ISRP)  is an open access publisher of scientific journals. ISRP currently offers:

JNSA is open access. ISRP acquires first-time, non-exclusive worldwide publication rights. Offering academic researchers an open-access venue for publishing their work allows them to increase citations and establish their academic reputation in an increasingly competitive publishing environment.

ISRP follows a stringent peer review policy. Each article is first evaluated by the editor-in-chief for the originality and scientific rigor of its research. If it passes this first test, the editor-in-chief assigns at least two peer reviewers, to determine whether it meets the rigorous scientific standards, whether it requires revisions or whether it should be rejected. Only original material that meets ISRP editorial standards will be published.

The International Scientific Research Publication (ISRP) is a non-profit professional scholarly organization that promotes the development, dissemination and enhancement of research in various disciplines of Mathematical Anlaysis & Applications, Nonlinear Analysis, Operator Theory, Numerical Analysis and Computer Sciences.  

Major achievements:

·        Organizing meetings and workshops

·        Scientific cooperation

·        Training researchers

·        Developing sciences and interdisciplinary fields.

·        Inviting international mathematicians and scientific cooperation

·        Publishing J. Nonlinear Sci. Appl. and J. Math. Computer Sci.

·        Attracting talent students to research and training them