About ERES Journals

Excellent Research in Engineering and Science International Journals

ERES (Excellent Research in Engineering and Science) International Journals emphasis to explore new horizons of the ever innovative field of Engineering and Science. Development and implementation of important research and education initiatives, as well as technical innovation in the pursuit of science will also be considered note-worthy criteria for the promotion. ERES International journal is the finest peer-reviewed journal in the field of engineering and science on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, accessibility and conclusions.

Vision

To Impact knowledge and mould our younger generation to produce valuable research in the field of Engineering and Science.

Mission

ERES International Journals serve researchers through prompt publication of significant innovations in the field of engineering and science, and it provides a forum for the publishing and discussing about new innovations and issues concerning engineering and science. ERES International Journal ensures that the results of science are rapidly disseminated to the public throughout the world.

Features

  • Manuscript receiving is absolutely free.
  • Excellent Editorial Standards.
  • Cost effective access for standards.
  • A rigorous, fast and constructive peer review process.
  • Abstracts are available for free online.

Professor Youngqing, Doctorial Supervisor & Director of College of Information and Communication Engineering, Harbin Engineering University (HEB). His research interest lies in the areas of weak signal detection, chaotic communication, array signal processing, coding theory, circuits and systems.
ERES International Journals Solicit Original Research Papers
Proposed Journal: ERES International Journal of Information Management

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