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.
– Impact of Mathematics and Physics in Engineering.
– Promotion of the ebooks.
– Scientific and academic excellence.
– Bibliometric impact.
– Internationalization and broader impact.
– 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.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COLLECTION
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.
– UNE DRM PDF.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
– 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 editor:
- English, French and Spanish.
- 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.
3.Inorganic Chemistry Department:
José María Sánchez Amaya (Universidad de Cádiz)