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Special issues are collections of articles centered around a subject of special interest, which are organized and led by subject experts who take on the role of the guest editor. Authors should be aware that articles included in special issues are subject to the same criteria of quality, originality, and significance as regular articles. Propose a Special Issue

Propose a Special Issue

By proposing a special issue, you have the opportunity to undertake the role of lead guest editor and curate a collection of articles focused on a subject of particular interest. This allows you to showcase and explore the chosen topic in-depth.

Benefits of the Lead Guest Editor

Serving as a lead guest editor can bring a variety of career benefits, such as the following:

Be awarded a certificate of honor (electronic version).
Get your name listed on the journal's website.
Be at the forefront of scientific communications.
Contribute to and receive recognition from the academic community.
Assemble and work with a strong team of Editors.

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