The aim of Cognitive Neurodynamics is to provide a unique dynamic forum of communication and cooperation for scientists and engineers working in the field of cognitive neurodynamics and associated science, that is, to bridge the gap between theory including numerical simulation, experiment and application without any preference for pure theoretical, experimental, computational models or application. The emphasis is to publish original models of cognitive neurodynamics, novel computational theories and experimental results.
The scope of Cognitive Neurodynamics covers neuroinformatics, cognitive neuroscience, neurodynamics, neurocomputing, biological and artificial computational intelligence, computer science, cognitive psychology as well as their interdisciplinary application in natural and engineering science. Papers that are appropriate for nonspecialist readers are encouraged.
1. There is no page limit for the manuscripts submitted to the Cognitive Neurodynamics journal. Research papers should clearly represent an important advance of especially broad interest to researchers and technologists in life science, medicine, physics and robotics.
2. Cognitive Neurodynamics also publishes brief communications: short papers reporting results that are of genuinely broad interest but that for one reason and another do not make a sufficiently complete story to justify publication. Brief Communications should consist of four manuscript pages of the journal or less.
3. Cognitive Neurodynamics publishes review articles in which a specific field is reviewed through an exhaustive literature survey. There are no restrictions on the number of pages. Review articles are usually invited, but submitted review articles will also be considered.