The Open Journal System (OJS) of the University of Szeged Klebelsberg Library is a worldwide known open source editorial system where the University Actas are published in Open Access.
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Acta Biologica Szegediensis is a member of the Acta Universitatis Szegediensis family of scientific journals, it is published yearly by the University of Szeged. Acta Biologica Szegediensis covers the growth areas of modern biology and publishes original research articles and reviews, including, but not restricted to, the fields of anatomy, embryology and histology, anthropology, biochemistry, biophysics, biotechnology, botany and plant physiology, all areas of clinical sciences, conservation biology, ecology, genetics, microbiology, molecular biology, neurosciences, paleontology, pharmacology, physiology and pathophysiology, and zoology.
Acta Cybernetica covers a broad range of topics in the area of Computer Science. The major topics are the following: Theoretical Computer Science, Management Science and Operations Research, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Software, Information Systems and Management. The editorial board solicits original, unpublished high quality scientific papers in any of the above mentioned fields.
Acta Hispanica is a scientific and indexed journal of the Department of Hispanic Studies published annually since 1996. It is an interdisciplinary collection of articles and studies on Hispanic culture, history and literature as well as on Spanish linguistics in Spanish, Catalan, Galician or Portuguese, and in some cases English.
Acta Hispanica es una revista científica e indexada del Departamento de Estudios Hispánicos que se publica anualmente desde 1996. Es de carácter interdisciplinario que recoge artículos y estudios sobre la cultura, historia y literatura hispana así como sobre lingüística española en lengua española, catalana, gallega o portuguesa, y en algunos casos inglesa.
Acta Historica is a periodical journal published by the Institute of History of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Szeged. The journal publishes studies in Hungarian with summaries in foreign languages written by the Institute’s professors, students (PhD, MA), and researchers. From 1957 on, the Acta Historica, whose legal predecessors had been the Actas of the University of Kolozsvár (Cluj) and Szeged, published more than 140 volumes.
Acta Historiae Litterarum Hungaricarum is the annuary of the Department of Hungarian Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Szeged University. Its publishing has been uninterrupted since 1961 and has kept its basic mission: to publish the papers and treatises of teachers and researchers working at or being in professional connection with the Department and the Faculty of Humanities, on the history of literature, literary science and literary theory. In 2016 a new editorial board was founded, and from the 32nd issue a new stream started. The annuary became more open towards international phenomena (world literature, and special emphasis on Middle European literature) – as reflected in the multilingualism of the editorial board and also in the fact that they come from more than one country. Interdisciplinarity, intermediality and comparative approach has also intensified in the publication.
Acta Sana is a peer-reviewed open-access scientific journal of the University of Szeged, Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Studies. The journal carries original research articles, case report articles and review articles. Papers connected to the education, theory and practice of nursing, health visiting, health behavior, physiotherapy and social work are preferred.
The Analecta Technica Szegedinensia (Anal. Tech. Szeged.), is an international journal dedicated to the latest advancements in engineering related sciences. The aim of the Journal is to offer scientists and engineering specialists all over the world an international forum to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of engineeirng science.
The Chronica is a periodical journal by published by the Institute of History of the Faculty of Arts at University of Szeged. The journal publishes studies, book reviews and scientific reports in foreign languages written by the Institute’s professors, students (PhD, MA) and researchers. The Chronica has been present for almost two decades in the international academic life.
The Közép-Európai Közlemények is a journal of historians, regional science, geography, and business and organizational sciences. The first year was launched in 2008 and has been published four times a year since then. In the journal, after a double peer-review, they accept the first-rate studies in Central and Eastern Europe in Hungarian and English.
The Köztes-Európa. Társadalomtudományi Folyóirat is the successor to the Virtuális Intézet Közép-Európa Kutatására Közleményei, founded in 2009. Since 2014, the current title has been published four times a year on a multidisciplinary basis from the history of science to the topic of leadership. After a double peer-review the journal publishes new research results in Hungarian and English.
Különbség is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal of the Doctoral School of Philosophy, at the University of Szeged, Hungary. It aims at publishing high-quality papers on philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, history of philosophy and intellectual history related to ongoing researches at the Doctoral School. The publication of the review is supported by the Foundation Pro Philosophia Szegediensis.
The Review on Agriculture and Rural Development publishes original papers presenting new scientific results as well as reviews on each field of agriculture, agricultural economics, rural development and their related topics.
Studia Uralo-altaica is a series of the Department of Altaic Studies of the University of Szeged and the Department of Finno-Ugric Studies. The first issue was published in 1973, and so far 51 volumes have been published. The volumes are typically monographic, but may also include selected and peer-reviewed papers of conferences.
The Taylor Gazdálkodás- és Szervezéstudományi Folyóirat is one legal successor of the Virtuális Intézet Közép-Európa Kutatására Közleményei founded in 2009. Since 2014 it has been published four times a year with the current title, specifically in the field of leadership science and economics. After a double peer-review the journal publishes new research articles in Hungarian and English.
The series Working Papers in Corpus Linguistics and Digital Technologies: Analyses and Methodology (WPCL) is an online publication, designed to open up ongoing research to a broader audience for discussion. We welcome empirical and theoretical contributions as well as corpus descriptions. The manuscripts provide external referee process. WPCL issues appear irregular but at least once a year.