Papers must be submitted using the
If possible, please suggest one or more suitable editors: consult
the list of editors' interests
and choose the editor(s) whose interests most closely match the
subject of your paper.
Preparing your article for Geometry & Topology
For submission purposes you can prepare
your article in any way which suits you and is acceptable to the
handling editor. However please bear in mind that, once accepted for
publication, the paper must be prepared in some flavour of LaTeX,
preferably using the journal's prepared class file. For more
information on preparing articles in LaTeX for publication in G&T
consult the LaTeX instructions.
should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. All references
in the bibliography should be cited at least once in the text. Use of
BibTeX is preferred but not required. Any bibliographical citation
style may be used, but will be converted to the house style
(see a current issue for examples).
Figures, whether prepared
electronically or hand-drawn, must be of publication
quality. Figures prepared electronically should be submitted in
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) or Portable Document Format (PDF) or
in a form that can be converted to one of these, such as GnuPlot,
Maple, Mathematica or XFig. Many drawing tools such as Inkscape, Adobe
Illustrator and Aldus FreeHand can produce EPS or PDF
output. Figures containing bitmaps should be generated at the
highest possible resolution. If there is doubt whether a particular
figure is in an acceptable format, the authors should check with
production by sending an email to:
Page proofs will be made
available to authors (or to the designated corresponding author)
at a Web site in PDF format. Failure to acknowledge the receipt of
proofs or to return corrections within the requested deadline may
cause publication to be postponed.
This journal operates a single-anonymized review process (the names of the reviewers are hidden from the author).
All contributions will be initially assessed by an editor for suitability for the journal.
Papers deemed suitable are then typically sent to a minimum of one independent expert reviewer to assess the scientific quality of the paper.
The editors are responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.
The editors’ decisions are final.
Editors are not involved in decisions about papers which they have written themselves.