The international Journal of Electro-Mechanics and Automation is aimed at offering scientists, Engineers and Scholars a forum for research at the forefront on Engineering. IJEMA publishes peer-reviewed articles that cover all aspects of Electrical, Mechanical and Automation Engineering. Our goal is to publish articles that advance the above fields. For an article to be accepted, a manuscript, in addition to being of high quality must be deemed as important and relevant to the majority of our readers. Manuscripts with only local interest and/ or a lack of significant scientific contribution will not be considered.
Aim and Scope
The international Journal of Electro-Mechanics and Automation is devoted to a wide range .of subfields under electrical, mechanical and Automation fields. Article of interdisciplinary in nature are highly welcome. Articles that are devoted to the purely mathematical aspects without a discussion of the physical implications of the results or the consideration of specific examples are discouraged. Articles concerning material science should not be limited merely to a description and recording of observations but should contain theoretical or quantitative discussion of the result Read More
International Journal of ElectroMechanics and Automation provides critical insights into fundamental research on a broad range of engineering fields that drives new product innovation, processing efficiencies, cost savings and more for organizations involved. New members will get a chance to access hundreds of journals that can assist them in research and in acquiring knowledge in both existing and new fields in Engineering.
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Submissions must represent the original and independent work of the authors. The covering letter should explain why the work is novel, topical, exciting and of broad international interest, and how the results are applied. Each new submission is assessed by one or more editors to determine whether it falls within the general remit of IJEMA. We will reject a manuscript without review if it contains insufficient engineering science; is unlikely to be of interest to a broad international audience because its scope is very narrow without providing novel insights or sufficient advance into the subject area; there are substantive issues with the design, methodology, or data quality; it exceeds our word limit or is incorrectly formatted; it is poorly presented and unclear.
Manuscripts that pass the initial assessment are assigned to a subject expert in our team of Associate Editors to oversee the review process. Authors are asked to provide the names and emails of at least 5 potential referees working outside their home institution(s) and qualified to provide an independent assessment of the work. Authors may also identify referees they would prefer not to review the manuscript. These suggestions will be used as a guide although Editors are not obliged to follow them. Read More
As implicit conditions for publishing in IJEMA, authors are expected to adhere to basic standards of professional ethics and conduct that are common across all areas of scholarly publishing. In the publication agreement authors warrant that their work is original and has not been published elsewhere. All parties are also expected to conform to common standards of professional respect and civility. Fortunately, in engineering publishing these standards are upheld in the overwhelming majority of instances. However, misunderstandings and lapses in professional conduct do occur, including instances (or accusations) of plagiarism, inadequate attribution, conflicts of interest, or personally abusive behaviour toward referees, authors, editors, or journal staff members. This document summarizes the expected standards of professional and ethical conduct, with specific application to publication in the journal. Read Policy