IJNM: proposing a special issue

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Proposals to organize a special issue for the International Journal of Network Management (IJNM) should be submitted by email to the associate editor in chief: Lisandro Granville, with a Cc to the editor in chief: James Hong.

Proposal contents

Each proposal should include:

  • Proposed title of the issue
  • Name of guest editor and one or two co-editor(s)
  • Contact information, positions, and affiliations
  • Previous experiences in organizing special issues / conferences in the area of network management
  • A draft version of the Call for Papers
  • A description on how the Call for Papers will be distributed. What mailing-lists do you expect to use?
  • An indication of the number of expected papers and where they will come from
  • A description of the review process and the acceptance criteria
  • A list of potential reviewers. Note: you should expect a substantial number to decline, for whatever reason. Therefore make sure you have sufficient alternatives
  • A tentative timetable (see below)

Proposal template

[1] Special_Issue_template_for_IJNM


(expressed in months)

  • X: CFP announced on IJNM webpage and start of multiple rounds of announcements to various mailinglists by the guest editors
  • X+4: Announced deadline for paper submissions
  • X+5: Assignment of reviewers finalized (including possibly 2 weeks deadline extension if needed)
  • X+7: Reviews received and author notification by the guest editors
  • X+10: Camera ready received (after possible major revision) + editorial submitted by guest editors to AEiC
  • X+12: Publication in IJNM issue (6 issues/year in odd numbered months)

Review process

It is essential to have a thorough review process, with (at least) 3 independent reviewers per paper. Papers coming from the organizers should be avoided. The guest editors are expected to write an editorial, however.

Example CfPs