Current STEM is a broad-spectrum book series targeting practitioners, both academic and industrial practitioners, at all levels of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). This includes all philosophical, theoretical and applied aspects of STEM; as well as STEM-related areas, such as STEM education, STEM industry and economy, ethics and legal aspects of STEM. Hence, Current STEM considers a wide variety of articles as book chapters; this includes, but not limited to:
• Original studies / works (such as research articles, and case studies)
• Updates to previous published studies / works
• Updates or additions to previous methods
• Short communications
• Null results
• Project proposals
• Reviews on research studies / methodologies / tools, etc.
• Algorithm descriptions and software codes
• Educational materials (such as tutorials, and laboratory exercises)
• Dataset communications
In addition to book chapter submissions, Current STEM considers the following:
• Research monographs, such as, theses
• Educational monographs, such as, textbooks
• Collated conference proceedings
• Edited thematic volumes
Referee Statement: Unless otherwise specified in the book chapters, every chapter is reviewed by editorial team, supported by reviewers who are either experts or practitioners in the field, before acceptance. The corresponding author will receive a review report and a letter of acceptance (if accepted) as proof of refereeing.
Book chapter submissions: The book chapter be attached (in RTF, DOC, DOCX, or ODF formats) in an email addressed to the Series Editor, Maurice Ling, at email@example.com, with a cover letter stating (1) a summary of the current submission and its significance, and (2) contact details of 3 or more potential reviewers (the author may also list unsuitable reviewers).
Monographs and proceedings: Research or educational monographs, and collated conference proceedings submissions should be discussed with the Series Editor, Maurice Ling, via email correspondence at firstname.lastname@example.org, prior to submission as a book proposal is needed for each volume.
Edited thematic volumes: Current STEM invites experts to serve as Guest Editors for individual edited thematic volumes. An edited thematic volume collection of scholarly or scientific chapters written by different authors collected together in one book by Guest Editor(s). The chapters in an edited volume must be original works (not republished works). As each volume requires a book proposal, potential Guest Editor(s) discuss their intent with the Series Editor, Maurice Ling, via email correspondence at email@example.com.