Collection: eBooks on Mathematics and Physics applied to Engineering


–    Enhancing the impact of Mathematics and Physics in Engineering.

–    Promoting worldwide and bringing closer the digital and electronic format to the members of the scientific, academic and university communities.


–    The junior and senior engineers must beware of the relevance and importance of having an appropriate mathematical and physical background to solve engineering problems.

–    Obtaining the Academic Edition Quality Seal sponsored by UNE and awarded by ANECA and FECYT.

Editorial policies:

–    Impact of Mathematics and Physics in Engineering.

–    Promotion of the ebooks.

–    Scientific and academic excellence.

–    Bibliometric impact.

–    Internationalization and broader impact.

Quality requirements:

–    Scientific and academic identification of the editorial board members.

–    Detailed instructions to authors.

–    Online submission system.

–    Exposition of the evaluation and selection process and criteria.

–    Anonymity of both the author and the referee.

–    Justified final report and decision of the editorial board.

–    Existence of an external editorial board.






Mathematics and Physics results with strong applications to solving Engineering problems.

UNESCO scientific fields:

–    Applied Mathematics.

–    Statistics and Research Operations.

–    Applied Physics.

–    Mechanical Engineering.

–    Chemical Engineering.

–    Electrical Engineering.

–    Electronic Engineering.

–    Computer Sciences.


Annual with a minimal lifetime of five years.


–    Apple iBooks.

–    Google Play.

–    Amazon.






Submission requirements:

–    All submissions must be original and cannot be submitted somewhere else.

–    The submission process is carried out entirely on the Open Monograph Press (OMP).

Text requirements:

–    Text editor:

  • LaTeX.

–    Language:

  • English, French and Spanish.

–    Extension:

    • No shorter than 100 and no longer than 500 pages.

Evaluation and selection process of the manuscripts:

Double-blind peer review.

Evaluation and selection criteria:

–    Originality, novelty and quality of the results.

–    Affinity to the contents of the edition.

–    Level of application of Mathematics and Physics.

–    Adequate presentation of the results.

–    Innovative and attractive presentation style.




1.Math Department:

Francisco Javier García Pacheco (Managing Editor)
Antonio Jesús Arriaza Gómez
Sol Sáez Martínez
Moisés Villegas Vallecillos

2.Electronic Department:

Clemente Cobos Sánchez (Universidad de Cádiz)
Juan Antonio Leñero Bardallo (Universidad de Cádiz)
Fernando Pérez Peña (Universidad de Cádiz)
Angel Quirós Olozábal (Universidad de Cádiz)
Carlos Rodríguez Cordón (Universidad de Cádiz)

3.Inorganic Chemistry Department:

José María Sánchez Amaya (Universidad de Cádiz)

External editorial board:

Daniele Puglisi (Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences. University of Catania, Italy)
Alejandro Miralles (Department of Mathematics. Jaume I University, Spain)
Piotr Nowak (Department of Mathematics. University of Warsaw, Poland)
Joe Diestel (Department of Mathematics. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA)
Bentuo Zheng (Department of Mathematics. University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, USA)
Mienie de Kock (Department of Mathematics and Physics, Texas A&M University-Central Texas, Killeen, Texas, USA)
Geoff Diestel (Department of Mathematics and Physics, Texas A&M University-Central Texas, Killeen, Texas, USA)