Dear researchers and innovators,
In Digital Era, modern society faces the challenges of advanced knowledge that technology helps us create. Advanced information and communication technologies facilitate the efficiency of scientific research in all areas – life sciences, technology, and humanities. Historically, the scientific research paradigms are (1) empirical science, (2) theoretical science and, (3) computational science. Computational science is an important interdisciplinary area helping researchers to develop models and simulations to help us understand complex phenomena and give solutions to difficult problems. The computational paradigm in scientific research involves computer-based models and simulations (in silico experimentation) that offer greater potential and facilities to investigate then theoretical analysis does.
Globally, this resulted in the accumulation of huge amounts of in silico experimentation data that can be subjected to analysis in order to extract value. The fourth scientific research paradigm – Data Intensive Science Discovery – revolutionized fundamental and applied science research. Innovative modern technologies, such as Big data analytics, Internet of Things, cloud computing, give researchers powerful opportunities for Knowledge Data Discovery and intelligent decision making.
In silico Intellect is an international on line open access journal publishing original research articles and reviews focusing on advances of Information and Communication technologies and computational science. The scope encompasses contributions in the area of computer science, applied mathematics, information and communication technologies, computational science, and all aspects of applied informatics (bioinformatics, geoinformatics, business informatics, etc.). It offers a forum for scientists, researchers and innovators to share ideas and knowledge and disseminate contributions of their study promoting collaboration and stimulating interdisciplinary team work.
PhD students are welcome to present insights of their thesis and contributions as well as the outcomes of scientific research projects.
We believe that knowledge discovery, technological innovations and open science are the driving force of up-to-date human progress.
Prof. Plamenka Borovska