Call for Papers: Undergraduate Projects
The Journal of Innovative Ideas in Engineering and Technology (JIIET) is announcing the call for papers with a focus on undergraduate research. If you have/had a term project or Capstone course, this is the time to publish your idea to receive professional credentials. If you have/had been a part of a competition in college, you can publish your work as well.
Why publish your projects:
- To protect your idea: Publication is evidence that you conceived the idea. You can copyright your paper after publication as well.
- To give back to the community: People will use your work as a starting point. They will also build and improve upon it. You will become a pioneer in this area of research.
- To create an outstanding resume item: Whether you are applying to a graduate program at a university or applying for a job, having a publication credential(s) in a scientific journal is considered a prestigious achievement.
What you need to publish:
- The title of your project
- The name of the author/authors
- Abstract of your project (200-250 words to describe your project)
- A poster, a research paper, or an extended abstract
- Our editorial and review team is highly qualified and professional. They have dedicated their time and efforts to advancing the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Therefore, we will help you to improve the quality of your work by providing constructive feedback.
- We are one of the few journals that publish research articles written by undergraduate students.
- JIIET is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal, which provides a platform for authors to publish their work, receive credentials, and associate their name with their idea(s).
- You keep the copyright of the published work. This means you are in control of your idea(s).
Where to submit:
- Register at jiiet.com
- Click on New Submission
- Select College Section
- Check all submission requirements
- Upload your file (poster or paper)
- Select Article Text
- In the Metadata tab, enter the Title, Abstract, and Keywords of your project(s)
- You can also add other team members in the List of Collaborators section
If the submission process is far too complicated, please email your document to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will take of the submission.
Dr. Hassan Nameghi, Editor of the Journal of Innovative Ideas in Engineering and Technology, (313) 317-1746 email@example.com