call for papers 2017 - ASRJETS

 

Call for Papers – March  – 2017 

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Call For Academic Papers 2017\ Call For Research Papers:

Papers Submission is open for 2017

Paper Acceptance Notification : within 14-21 days after paper submission

(Fast Online Peer Review System)

papers Publication (Online) : within 1-4 days after registration

Authors are invited to submit research articles for the upcoming edition in 2017 Volumes .

You may submit paper for review and publication via online ASRJETS Management System using below link,


Submit Your Paper Online for 2017 Volumes 



The American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed Journal that is hosted and published by the Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers (GSSRR). The ASRJETS welcomes the submission of  scientific articles in all scientific fields for this year 2017.

This scholarly international journal Guarantees that the editor decision based on the peer review results will not exceed 21 days from the paper submission date.

Authors are invited to read our call for papers \ call for manuscripts for this year 2017; to find the relevant topics for their research papers in this Scientific journal, and to submit complete unpublished scientific researches, which are not under review in any other conference or academic journal in the following topics, but not limited to:

 

 Accounting  

 Education

 Economics

 Medical Technology    

 Biology

 Medicine 

 All fields of Engineering

 Management    

 History 

 Mineralogy 

 Civil Engineering  

 Marine Technology 

 Commerce 

 Chemical Engineering

Animal Sciences 

 Petroleum & Gas       

Energy Resources

 Agriculture 

 Medical Sciences       

 Machine Learning 

Machinery 

 computer Science

 Chemistry 

 Neural Networks

 Physics 

 Social Science

 Geology 

 Transportation 

 Waste Management 

 Control Engineering

 Applied Mathematics 

 Oceanography

 Biomedical Materials 

 Construction   

Metallurgy 

Neural Computing

 Industrial Arts 

IT

Astronology

Fire & Fire Prevention

Robotics Marine Sciences  

  Solid State Technology

  Business Administration

 Food &Food Industry

Atmospheric Sciences

Artificial Intelligence 

Textile Industry & Fabrics

Education science

Physiology

Nano Science

Microbiology

Psychology

Statistics Pharmaceutical Sciences

Genetics

Botany Veterinary Sciences
Biotechnology Biochemistry

Zoology

Oncology

Accounting Entomology

Parasitology

Evolution human behavior

Biophysics

Fisheries Pharmacology

Geography

Cell Biology Genomics

Plant Biology

Law Religious Studies

Endocrinology

Dentistry Infectious Diseases

Toxicology

Immunology Teacher education

Neuroscience

anthropology archaeology

communication

criminology education

international relations

political science government

sociology

Earth science linguistics

Life science

Human biology Decision theory

Ecology

Oceanography Meteorology

Logic, Mathematics

Statistics Systems theory

Theoretical computer science

Applied physics Computer science

All Fields of engineering

   

ASRJETS Published Papers are Indexed, listed, and abstracted in:

Ulrich's, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), Open Archives (Cornell University (USA)), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Simpson University (USA), IE Library (Spain), Tilburg University (The Netherlands), McGill University (Canada), INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS (USA), Indiana University East (campus library (USA)), University Of Arizona (USA), , OCLC World Cat, University Of Washington (USA), Biola University (USA), Northeastern University (USA), University of Louisville (USA), Pepperdine University Libraries (USA), Boston University (USA), Brandeis University (USA), Mblwhoi Library (USA), Tufts University (USA), University of Massachusetts Medical School (USA), University of Connecticut (USA), University of New Hampshire (USA), Wellesley College (USA), Boston Library Consortium(USA), Williams College (USA), University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries (USA), Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston (USA), Antioch University Libraries (USA), University of New Brunswick Libraries (Canada), Mount Allison University (Canada), Canadian University College Library (Canada), University Library of Skövde (Sweden), Roderic Bowen Library and Archives (United Kingdom), University of Wales Trinity Saint David (United Kingdom), Mount Saint Vincent University Library ( Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada), Biblioteca Universitaria de León (Spain), Bibliotecas Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), Vniversidad DSalamanca (Spain), Researchbib, docstoc, scribd, ectel07, ProLearnAcademy, slideshare, mendeley, Issuu, academia, Internet archive, Academic research (ourGlocal), OAIster database.

 McGill University (Canada)  Bibliotecas Universidad de Salamanca (Spain)  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)  Open Archives (Cornell University(USA))

 OCLC World Cat  Simpson University (USA)  University of Louisville (USA)  Northeastern University (USA)

 Biola University (USA)  University Of Washington (USA)  IE Library (Spain)  Mount Saint Vincent University Library ( Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada)

 University Of Arizona (USA)  INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS (USA)  Vniversidad DSalamanca (Spain)  Roderic Bowen Library and Archives (United Kingdom)

 University Library of Skövde (Sweden)  Canadian University College Library (Canada)  Mount Allison University (Canada)
 University of New Brunswick Libraries (Canada)

 Antioch University Libraries (USA)  University of Wales Trinity Saint David (United Kingdom) Indiana University East (campus library (USA))  Tilburg University (The Netherlands)

 University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries (USA)  Williams College (USA)  Wellesley College (USA)  University of Connecticut (USA)

 Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston (USA)  University of Massachusetts Medical School (USA)  Biblioteca Universitaria de León (Spain)  Mblwhoi Library (USA)

 Wellesley College (USA)  Brandeis University (USA)  Tufts University (USA)  University of New Hampshire (USA)

 Boston University (USA)  Pepperdine University Libraries (USA)  Researchbib  docstoc

 scribd  ectel07  slideshare  mendeley

 academia  Internet archive  =  OAIster database

 issuu  ProLearnAcademy


 Researchbib  docstoc  scribd

 ectel07  slideshare  mendeley

 academia  Internet archive  =

 OAIster database  issuu  ProLearnAcademy

 Vniversidad DSalamanca (Spain)  Bibliotecas Universidad de Salamanca (Spain)  Biblioteca Universitaria de León (Spain)

 OCLC World Cat  Open Archives (Cornell University(USA))  Simpson University (USA)

 University of Louisville (USA)  Northeastern University (USA)  Biola University (USA)

 University Of Washington (USA)  IE Library (Spain)  Mount Saint Vincent University Library ( Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada)

 University Of Arizona (USA)  INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS (USA)  McGill University (Canada)

 Roderic Bowen Library and Archives (United Kingdom)  University Library of Skövde (Sweden)  Canadian University College Library (Canada)

 Mount Allison University (Canada)
 University of New Brunswick Libraries (Canada)  Antioch University Libraries (USA)

 University of Wales Trinity Saint David (United Kingdom) Indiana University East (campus library (USA))  Tilburg University (The Netherlands)

 University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries (USA)  Williams College (USA)  Wellesley College (USA)

 University of Connecticut (USA)  Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston (USA)  University of Massachusetts Medical School (USA)

 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)  Mblwhoi Library (USA)
 Wellesley College (USA)

 Brandeis University (USA)  Tufts University (USA)  University of New Hampshire (USA)

 Boston University (USA)  Pepperdine University Libraries (USA)

 

The American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS) is created by the International Journals of Research Papers (IJRP)the IJRP Journals are published and hosted by the Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers (GSSRR). 

For more information (including publication fees) about the American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS) please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs),Home Page, and About the Journal.

Submissions
The ASRJETS journal invites the submission of papers on original, and unpublished research in all of scientific disciplines such as: Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Formal Sciences, and Applied science.

. ASRJETS submissions must describe unpublished work. Submissions will be judged on clarity, originality, correctness, and contributions to research resources. Each submission will be reviewed internally and externally. In the external peer review process two expert reviewers will evaluate the research.

Long papers may consist of up to any number of pages of content; final versions should take into account reviewers' comments. Short papers can include: A small, focused contribution, Work in progress, A negative result, An opinion piece.

Deadline : The deadline for the short papers as well as for the Long papers is always extendable; this means that the submission is open in all months :

 

Month 

Submission Days

January

submission is open all the time

February

submission is open all the time

March

submission is open all the time

April

submission is open all the time

May

submission is open all the time

June

submission is open all the time

July

submission is open all the time

August

submission is open all the time

September

submission is open all the time

October

submission is open all the time

November

submission is open all the time

December

submission is open all the time

 

Electronic Submission:

Submission using the journal’s submission software at http://asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

Format:

paper submissions should follow the journal template (download the template). The manuscript should be in English, Times new roman; No Columns.

Manuscript (paper) Structure:

The manuscript should be arranged as follows:

  • Submitted manuscripts to the journal must use the following template (download the template).
  • The manuscript should be in English.
  • The manuscript should be arranged as follows:

1- Title page: This should contain:

  • a concise and informative title (as short as possible).
  • a list of authors' names.

2- Abstract: the abstract content will vary according to field and specific project, all abstracts, whether in the sciences or the humanities, convey the following information:

  • The purpose of the project identifying the area of study to which it belongs.
  • The research problem that motivates the project.
  • The methods used to address this research problem, documents or evidence analyzed.
  • The conclusions reached or, if the research is in progress, what the preliminary results of the investigation suggest, or what the research methods demonstrate.
  • The significance of the research project. Why are the results useful? What is new to our understanding as the result of your inquiry?

 3- Key-words: A list in alphabetical order not exceeding ten words or short phrases.

4- Introduction: The function of the Introduction is to:

  • This is accomplished by discussing the relevant primary research literature (with citations) and summarizing our current understanding of the problem you are investigating;
  • State the purpose of the work in the form of the hypothesis, question, or problem.
  • Briefly explain your approach in solving the problem of the research.

5- Materials and methods: you explain clearly how you carried out your study in the following general structure and organization (details follow below):

  • the the organism(s) studied (plant, animal, human, etc.) and, when relevant, their pre-experiment handling and care, and when and where the study was carried out (only if location and time are important factors).
  • if you did a field study, provide a description of the study siteincluding the significant physical and biological features, and the precise location (latitude and longitude, map, etc).
  • the experimental OR sampling design (i.e., how the experiment or study was structured. For example, controls, treatments, what variable(s) were measured, how many samples were collected, replication, the final form of the data, etc.).
  • how the data were analyzed (qualitative analyses and/or statistical procedures used to determine significance, data transformations used, what probability was used to decide significance, etc).

6- Results: State the results and draw attention in the text to important details shown in tables and figures.

7- Discussion: Point out the significance of the results in relation to the reasons for doing the work, and place them in the context of other work.

8- conclusion: clearly state the implications of the answers your results gave you.

9- Citations and references: this journal uses the IEEE Citation Style. (download detailed instructions)

 

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 Call For Papers -  2017

 

ABOUT THE JOURNAL


CALLS FOR PAPERS in all of scientific disciplines such as: Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Formal Sciences, and Applied science.


Deadline: Submission is Open

Call Of Papers 2017

JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay, June, July, August, September, October, November and December: 2017

Publication: the author paper will be added immediately to the "current" volume's Table of  Contents after its acceptance.  

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