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Copyright ©1999-2010 Kim Williams Books.
All Rights Reserved. ISSN: 1522-4600

Nexus Network Journal is a peer-reviewed research resource for studies in architecture and mathematics. It is published three times yearly in print by Birkhäuser Publishers and is available online at SpringerLink.

The NNJ is indexed in:

ABI/INFORM, Academic OneFile, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Current Contents/Arts and Humanities, Digital Mathematics Registry, Gale, Google Scholar, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, MathEDUC, OCLC, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions, Zentralblatt Math

As of 1 January 2006, the Nexus Network Journal is published and distributed by Birkhäuser

The Nexus Network Journal is online on SpringerLink.
The NNJ is now archived on the SpringerLink site. All material first published here from 1999 through the present is archived there in .pdf format. Material from vol. 1 (1999) through vol. 8 (2006) is full-access and can be freely downloaded. The first issue of each year is also full access. Material in vol. 9 (2007) through vol. 12 (2010) is access-restricted for subscribers.

Nexus Network Journal: Architecture and Mathematics Online

Submissions to the Nexus Network Journal

The Nexus Network Journal, in collaboration with Springer, our publishing partner, is in the process of implementing the new Editorial Manager for our journal. EM will allow us to receive submissions, assess proposals and assign reviewers in an efficient and timely manner. The new system is expected to be online by Friday 25 April. PLEASE WAIT TO SUBMIT YOUR PAPERS UNTIL THAT DATE. Instructions for submission will be given here on our website.

Thank you for your patience and we build an even better journal for your research.

Criteria for acceptance

The peer review system, with all its defects and advantages, is the system used to maintain the integrity and high quality that readers and authors of the Nexus Network Journal have come to expect. To help authors evaluate their own papers before they are submitted to the NNJ and sent for review, we have posted a set of characteristics that can contribute to a paper's acceptance, and a second list of characteristics that often lead to rejection.

Turkish Airlines is the official airline of Nexus 2014

Turkish Airlines is the Official Airline of NEXUS 2014 and offers a special discounted rate for the international participants:

Up to 20% on Business Class
Up to 15% on Economy Class

Turkish Airline’s event code for NEXUS 2014 is 050TKM14

More travel information for Nexus 2014 is available at:

http://nexus2014.org/venuelocation-metu-ankara-turkey/official-airline/

Hotel reservations can be made online when you register for the conference.

Don't be late: the deadline for early registration is 31 March 2014!

Register for Nexus 2014!

It is now possible to register for Nexus 2014. Registration can be done on the conference website at:

http://nexus2014.org/

Conference fees are reduced for those who register before 31 March.

Conference speakers, poster presenters and Ph.D. Day presenters must also register.

NNJ impact factor

The Nexus Network Journal has been evaluated for impact factor and other characteristics. One of the databases hosting this information is SCImago Journal and Country Rank.

SCImago Journal & Country Rank  />

In the category of "Architecture" for 2012, the NNJ was ranked "Q1", 14th out of 55 journals. Click on the link to see more.:

http://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php?category=2216

NNJ announces Co-Editors in Chief

The Nexus Network Journal is extremely happy to announce that as of January 2014 the duties of Editor in Chief will be shared by Kim Williams and Michael J. Ostwald. 

EB-Williams 12  EB-Ostwald

Volume 15 Number 3 | Winter 2013

NNJ-v15n3 cover"Architecture, Mathematics and Archaeoastronomy"
Giulio Magli, Guest Editor

Cover: Sunrise from the Pnyx, Athens. Photo © Robert Hannah

Nexus Network Journal vol. 15 no. 3 (December 2013)
Now available at SpringerLink!

The Nexus 2014 conference webpage is now online!

We are delighted to report that the webpage about "Nexus 2014: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics" is now online:

http://nexus2014.org/

The page will be regularly updated as new information becomes available.

We are looking forward to a wonderful meeting in Ankara in June 2014!

Nexus Ph.D. Day 2014

CFP PHD-2014

Nexus 2014: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics. 9-12 June 2014

Nexus 2014 Ph.D. Day

The 10th edition of the international, interdisciplinary conference series Nexus: Relationship between Architecture and Mathematics, which will be held 9-12 June 2014 in Ankara, Turkey, will comprise a workshop especially dedicated to the research of Ph.D. candidates and those who have received their Ph.D. during the biennium 2012-2014, to take place on the last day of the conference, 12 June 2014.

Call for Papers: Deadline for submission of Abstracts 31 December 2013

Click here to download the Call for Papers

Nexus: Leonardo's reciprocal structures on YouTube!

The Italian scientific news program "TGR Leonardo" aired a segment about a Nexus workshop dedicated to Leonardo's reciprocal structures.

 The "Leonardo: Architecture and Mathematics" took place in Vinci, Leonardo's birthplace, in the heart of Tuscany, in summer 2003 (the hottest summer on record in Italy). Participants included sculptor Rinus Roelofs (Netherlands), artist Mark Reynolds (USA), architects Joao Pedro Xavier (Portugal), Kim Williams (Italy), Vesna Petresin (Slovenia-UK) and her husband Laurent Paul Robert, Christopher Glass (USA), Biagio Di Carlo (Italy) and Sylvie Duvernoy (Italy), with others joining us for the construction project. The workshop was composed of a seminar, held in the Biblioteca Leonardiana in Vinci, during which participants assembled to discuss the use of geometry in the architecture of Leonardo as found in his sketchbooks, followed by the actual construction of four dome structures based upon Leonardo's system, which took place in Ponte a Egola, 14 km from Vinci. The seminar and the construction were filmed in order to produce a documentary.

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