About the Journal
Sukkur IBA Journal of Computing and Mathematical Sciences (SJCMS) is the international peer-reviewed, Open Access bi-annual (June and December) research journal that focuses articles which contribute new results in all domain of computing and mathematics and is published by the Sukkur IBA University, Sukkur Pakistan.
SJCMS does not impose any article processing charges (APCs) or publication charges. Hence the publications are free of cost.
Sukkur IBA Univesity is a non-profit public sector organization and all the journals published by Sukkur IBA platform are funded by the university itself and Higher Education Commission.
Aim and Objectives:
SJCMS aims to publish cutting-edge original research in the field of computing and mathematical sciences. The objectives of SJCMS are:
1. to provide a platform for researchers for the dissemination of new knowledge.
2. to connect researchers at a global scale.
3. to fill the gap between the academician and industrial researchers community.
The SJCMS provides an interdisciplinary platform for researchers, scientists, practitioners, and academicians for publishing their research findings to the recent technological advances and innovations in the area of Computing and Mathematics for dissemination at a global scale. Hence, regular submissions are welcome in all areas of specified domains. Please read the Submission Policy carefully prior to making submissions. Further details about submission may be found in Submission Guidelines.
The aim of this Journal is to publish original research findings in the field of Computing and Mathematics. Hence, it contains double-blind peer-reviewed articles. Please read the Peer-review Policy.
SJCMS follows the HEC guidelines regarding the Plagiarism Policy. Each manuscript will be scrutinized for originality check by Turnitin. Please read the Plagiarism Policy.
The SJCMS welcomes contribution in the following core thematic areas but not limited to:
- Applied Mathematical Analysis
- Mathematical Finance
- Applied Algebra
- Stochastic Processes