Emerging Science Journal
About Emerging Science Journal (ESJ)
Emerging Science Journal is a multidisciplinary, an open-access, internationally double-blind peer-reviewed journal which is not limited to a specific aspect of science and engineering but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the engineering and sciences. While it encourages a broad spectrum of contribution in the engineering and sciences. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome.
ESJ covers the following main subjects:
Engineering and Technical Sciences
Social and Management Sciences
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- Scimago Journal Rank (SJR) = Q1
- ERIH PLUS
- National Central Library of Florence
- WorldCat (OCLC Number:1028753023)
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Open Special Issues
Special Issue "COVID-19: Emerging Research" - 2022
Importance & Relevance of Topic
The principal concern of “Emerging Science” is to review and chronicle major developments in science that are likely to affect its future course. COVID-19 has significant implications in various fields of enquiry. The new perceptions currently being secured by the contributors of this Special Issue may seem audacious to some in the conservative mainstream. Currently COVID-19 is Public Health Emergency of International Concern. “Emerging” research and innovation is going on in order to fight against Corona.
Aim and Scope
COVID 19- Engineering and Technical Sciences:
The outbreak of the COVID-19 has demonstrated the globalized nature of the new and evolving challenges that humankind is facing, and the crucial role that engineers have to play. In an attempt to contribute to this global effort and to develop an interdisciplinary agenda on the topic, ‘Engineering and Technical Sciences’ is now opening this new Special Issue. The aim is to disseminate novel findings, emerging technologies, and Engineering Solutions to tackle COVID-19.
COVID 19-Natural Sciences:
This Research Topic aims to highlight the significant contribution that materials Natural Sciences scientists can bring to this global crisis, and we particularly welcome contributions that include, but are not limited to, the following topics and their application for addressing COVID-19 challenges: Biology, Chemistry, Food Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ecology, Agriculture and Environment, and other relevant subjects.
COVID 19- Social and Management Sciences:
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to spread, we want to help you disseminate timely and relevant findings that will benefit all of society. As well as the need for medical and hard sciences, social sciences research is vital to the prevention, management, and understanding of the wider societal impact of COVID-19.
COVID 19-Formal Sciences:
COVID 19- Physical Sciences:
The physical sciences have long contributed to the people prosperity and well-being through advancements in, and contributions to, fields from bio-technology to quantum science, from aerospace engineering to renewable energy, and from numerical weather prediction to emergency response. Yet as we survey the pandemic’s impacts, the physical sciences may be at a tipping point. We can emerge from the crisis stronger than ever before, but we need to recognize the more critical impacts and act now.
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Published Papers (2021) - This issue is now closed for submissions.
Published Papers (2022) - This Issue is now open for submissions.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 24 December 2022.
Closed Special Issues
Special Issue "Internet of Things, Internet of Vehicles, and Blockchain"-2020-2021 - Published Papers
Vol 6, No 1 (2022): February
Vol 6, No 1: February
Vol 5, No 1: February Vol 5, No 2: April Vol 5, No 3: June
Vol 5, No 4: August Vol 5, No 5: October Vol 5, No 6: December Vol 5, Special Issue "COVID-19"
Vol 4, No 1: February Vol 4, No 2: April Vol 4, No 3: June
Vol 4, No 4: August Vol 4, No 5: October Vol 4, No 6: December Vol 4, Special Issue 1
Vol 3, No 1: February Vol 3, No 2: April Vol 3, No 3: June
Vol 3, No 4: August Vol 3, No 5: October Vol 3, No 6: December
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Vol 1, No 1: June Vol 1, No 2: August Vol 1, No 3: October
Vol 1, No 4: December
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