Press is an international academic
organization of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific,
engineering and technological research, dedicated to the furtherance of
science, engineering and technology. University
is at the cutting edge of engineering and technological
to promoting excellence in real life. University Press books and
journals play an
influential role in science and promotes developments in science,
engineering and technology in a wide range of ways.
The mission of University Press is to foster and conduct collaborative inter- disciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies within its areas of expertise. University Press seeks to encourage regional and international communication and collaboration; promote professional interaction and lifelong learning; recognize outstanding contributions of individuals and organisations; encourage scholar researchers to pursue studies and careers in science, engineering and technology.
New members are always welcome to joinUniversity Press and just by being a member you are supporting our work and services. University Press welcomes as members researchers, scientists, social & industry practitioners, and others interested in applying scientific techniques in science, engineering, technology and social sciences.
University Press was established in 2001 to provide a medium for the publication of technical and scientific literature. Our head office is located in London, UK and we have two branch offices: one in Miami, USA and another in Paris, France. At present we publish three periodicals.
The Administration of the University Press made the decision
to publish numerous proceeding volumes for international
conferences in the general areas of engineering, science including
medicine and law. Subscriptions for journals or conference proceedings
may be ordered through the University Press website or by contacting
the University Press office in UK. Our
goals are extended to promote the co-operation between the
professionals in various fields of the engineering and to cultivate an
environment for the advance and development of the technology. Our
1) Promoting the interactions between the scientists and engineers,
2) Advancing the application of scientific methodologies, engineering
techniques from the academics to the industry,
3) Facilitating the exchange of information and ideas among the engineers and scientists freely.
The University Press starts three new journals