U.Porto Journal of Engineering (ISSN 2183-6493), a publication of the Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in several areas of engineering.
All papers are peer-reviewed by at least two referees. UPjeng is managed to be issued twice in every volume, considering publication of special issues related to engineering conferences selected papers.
The subject areas covered by the journal include all areas related to engineering such as chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering and materials engineering.
Journal on Mechanics of Solids (JMS) is an international peer-reviewed, Open Access journal dedicated to publishing high-quality cutting-edge research and review articles in different fields of solid mechanics that contribute to our understanding of the mechanics of solids and structures.
As a fully Open Access journal, your research would be highly discoverable and instantly available globally to everyone. Every article submitted will not have any 'Article Processing Charges' (APC) or submission charges. This includes peer-reviewing, editing, publishing, maintaining and archiving, and allows immediate access to the full-text versions of the articles. All papers are peer-reviewed by at least two referees. JMS is managed to be issued twice in every volume. We provide you with an excellent support service at every stage to guide you through the whole submission, review and publication process.
The Journal on Teaching Engineering is dedicated to publishing novel, cutting-edge reports of broad interest to higher education, especially related to engineering. The journal provides a forum for scientists and engineers, physicists, and chemists to rapidly communicate on the most important topics in the field of teaching and education. All papers are peer-reviewed by at least two referees. JTE is managed to be issued twice in every volume.
The Engineering Manufacturing Letters (EML) journal is devoted to publishing cutting-edge research on all aspects of manufacturing processes. The manufacturing technologies addressed are highly topical and include additive manufacturing, vacuum-assisted high-pressure die casting, semi-solid metal casting, micro and nano machining, nanocomposite manufacturing, adhesive bonding, laser cutting and joining, etc. The journal is highly cross disciplinary, publishing works that draw from the fields of manufacture process engineering, material science, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, as well as mathematical and physical modelling. The journal accepts research works from researchers operating in this field (both in academic institutions and industrial research and development departments).
The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Safety (IJOOES) is an interdisciplinary journal with peer-review promoted by Sociedade Portuguesa de Segurança e Higiene Ocupacionais with support from Biblioteca da FEUP, for publication of original research. Literature review articles are also accepted. It covers basic and applied research in all areas of safety, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, biomechanics and health, including traffic, workplaces, home, and community.
IJOOES seeks to engage the global scientific community including academic researchers, safety professionals and practitioners, engineers, health professionals, psychologists, social scientists, government agencies, policy makers and corporate decision makers.
The Journal of Innovation Management (JIM) is the diamond open access, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal hosting cutting-edge debate on innovation and its management, whatever form and facet it takes, and embracing the technological features, managerial processes and impacts of innovation.
By adopting a multidisciplinary perspective on innovation, JIM bridges the gap between scientific research, policy-making, and practice by providing a platform for visionary and pioneering research and thought leadership, enabling a deeper understanding of innovation and the appreciation of its implications.
JIM encourages submissions addressing all phases, stages and types of innovation, from discovery and exploratory science, design, R&D, commercialisation, adoption and diffusion. Submissions combining principles, methods and concepts originating from a myriad of scientific areas, from Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences as well as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, are particularly welcome.
Types of Submissions
JIM welcomes original contributions in the form of full Research Papers (conceptual, reviews, empirical), as well as Letters from Industry/Academia/Standardisation/Policy and Book Reviews.
JIM is mainly directed to STEM & HASS (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - & - Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) researchers, practitioners, thought leaders, policy-makers, education professionals and students with an interest in innovation.
João José Pinto Ferreira, Universidade do Porto and INESC TEC, Porto, Portugal
Anne-Laure Mention, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia