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
For more information about ESJ Focus and Scope, you can click here.
Current areas of interest, along with related associate editors, are listed below:
Open Special Issues
Special Issue "Current Issues, Trends, and New Ideas in Education" - 2022
Aim and Scope
Current issues in education have to do with differing views about standardized tests, socioeconomics and educational equity, and adaptive learning, etc. We need to know that these issues differ from the current trends in education, the changes in the higher education system made in response, the advent of online education, and standards-based learning. To recognize and solve these issues, new ideas are needed and should be applied.
In this Special Issue, studies that synthesize information from disparate backgrounds, place research findings within a broad context, extend our methodological and theoretical understanding, and have the likelihood of informing education policy and practice are preferred. The Special Issue publishes quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research papers. Extended reviews of substantive research studies and/or technical reports published elsewhere are also welcome.
Guest Editor: Dr. Stamatis Papadakis
Affiliations: Department of Preschool Education, School of Education, University of Crete, Crete, Greece.
Interests: Distance Learning; Mobile Learning; Learning Analytics; Game-based Learning; Preschool Education; Primary Education; Secondary Education; Educational Robotics.
Co-Guest Editor: Prof. Paula Escudeiro
Affiliations: Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Porto, Portugal.
Interests: Educational Technology; Learning Technology; Information Technology in Education; Serious Games.
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Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022.
Special Issue "COVID-19: Emerging Research" - 2023
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.
NOTE: The editorial process of the present special issue is handled by the editorial board members depending on their area of expertise.
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Published Papers (2023) - This Issue is now open for submissions.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 24 December 2023.
Closed Special Issues
Special Issue "Internet of Things, Internet of Vehicles, and Blockchain"-2020-2021 - Published Papers
Most Cited & Viewed Articles
The most cited articles from Emerging Science Journal published since 2019, extracted from Scopus.
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by: Kishor Aryal, Prakash Singh Thapa, Dhananjaya Lamichhane
by: Bradley Striebig, Eric Smitts, Samuel Morton
by: Marian Asantewah Nkansah, Moses Donkoh, Osei Akoto, James Hawkins Ephraim
Vol 7, No 1 (2023): February
Vol 7, No 1: February
Vol 6, No 1: February Vol 6, No 2: April Vol 6, No 3: June Vol 6, Special Issue "Education"
Vol 6, No 4: August Vol 6, No 5: October Vol 6, No 6: December Vol 6, Special Issue "COVID-19"
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
Vol 2, No 1: February Vol 2, No 2: April Vol 2, No 3: June
Vol 2, No 4: August Vol 2, No 5: October Vol 2, No 6: December
Vol 1, No 1: June Vol 1, No 2: August Vol 1, No 3: October
Vol 1, No 4: December
From time to time, we make changes to the membership of the Journal’s Editorial Board, with some long-serving existing members stepping down and new members joining us. The departure of existing members is always sad, but the following colleagues have agreed to step down from the Board in order to make room for new members.
As ESJ’s Editors, we owe the following colleagues a huge thanks:
Prof. Joseph Walsh, Prof. Paolo Mariani, Prof. James Estes, and Prof. Mohd Fauzi Sedon.
We welcome as new members the following:
Dr. Diego Vergara Rodríguez, Prof. Michail Kalogiannakis, Dr. João Manuel Nunes Piedade, Prof. Paula Escudeiro, Dr. Papadakis Stamatios, and Dr. Olivier Vors.
We are pleased to inform you that Emerging Science Journal received an updated Qurtile Ranking in the July 2021 release of the Scimago Journal & Country Rank (SJR). ESJ now ranks Q1 in the category of "Multidisciplinary."
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Ital Publication is delighted to be a part of this active community and we look forward to making our own contribution. We will continue to support organisations and initiatives that boost collaboration and vision within scholarly communication.