About Advances in Engineering

Advances In Engineering is a Canadian establishment founded in 2005. The leading source of trustworthy and timely Engineering research news. Advances in Engineering ensures that the results of excellent scientific research are rapidly disseminated throughout the world, in a fashion that conveys their significance for advancing scientific knowledge and developing innovative technologies for the benefit of mankind.

Fast Facts about Advances in Engineering:

  • Founded: Advances in Engineering was founded in 2005.
  • Global offices:  Advances in Engineering has 11 offices in 11 countries with the headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA.
  • Targeting: Every Advances in Engineering feature release is targeted to specific keywords chosen by our expert editorial staff.
  • Global reach: Our network can help you reach more than 110 countries.
  • Digital Discoverability: AdvancesENG.com leads the Engineering organic search referred traffic which drives search visibility for release content.
  • Online reach: Advances in Engineering global network reaches thousands of websites, portals and databases.
  • Social media reach: Advances in Engineering supports world-wide social media distribution across the leading networks: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.

Advances in Engineering Objectives:

1. To offer readers the depth and breadth of breaking news about the latest scientific discoveries.

2. To provide a medium through which ideas and conventions get challenged regularly, where innovative ideas and new ways of thinking emerge, helping to create a highly competent and attractive world-class work force in academia and Engineering sector.

3. To promote the status of talented scientists and industry experts in the International academic and engineering industry scene.

To meet these objectives, the activities of Advances in Engineering include publishing subjects of interest with special focus on key published scientific articles, promising technologies, top patents and licensing opportunities, top events and conferences in all engineering disciplines.

Readership & Reach

Content is mainly targeted to an educated audience of engineering and physics students, scientists, and professors. Engineering fields covered are Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Nanotechnology Engineering as well as General Engineering (aerospace Engineering, communication Engineering, computer Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, and Industrial Engineering).
To “make science and technology matter” and to facilitate communication between researchers and the public as well as policy makers, a new section in Advances in Engineering featured articles was recently established “significance statement” which provides a clear explanation of the importance of the research in a manner accessible to wide audience.

Contact Us:
Mark Seward, Ph.D. P.Eng
Editor for Scientific Affairs
Advances In Engineering
Email: mark.seward at advanceseng dot com

Advances in Engineering

We at Advances in Engineering strive to keep our readers abreast of the major developments in Engineering by inviting articles that cover all the sub-fields of Engineering.

With only limited space and a desire to cover research excellence in all fields of engineering innovations, we must be very selective. We must judge if a research is timely, if it has originality in its scope and insight, and if we expect that the author is authoritative on the topic.

Who lately featured their research on Advances in Engineering?

It is our great honor to have featured the works of distinguished professors, vice presidents of research at top universities, deans of schools of Engineering, editors-in-chief of engineering journals and chairs of many engineering departments worldwide. This prestigious acknowledgement conferred on our scientific and engineering community reaffirms Advances in Engineering commitment to featuring high quality content for the benefit of the research and scholarly communities.

To mention few and not the full list of elite researchers  and professors who made significant contribution to science and engineering over the years and they chosen Advances in Engineering to feature the news about their findings.

Professor Jacopo  Buongiorno
Associate  Department  Head  of  Nuclear  Science  and  Engineering , Massachusetts  Institute  of  Technology  (MIT)
Director, Center  for  Advanced  Energy  Systems  (CANES)
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering:  DNS and LES of turbulent flow in a closed channel featuring a pattern of hemispherical roughness elements

Christopher W. Bielawski, PhD
University Distinguished Professor
Department of Chemistry
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan 689-798, Republic of Korea
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: An Isolable, Photoswitchable N-Heterocyclic Carbene: On-Demand Reversible Ammonia Activation

Professor Vittorio M.N. Passaro
Head of Photonics Research Group
Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Politecnico di Bari Via Edoardo Orabona, Bari, Italy
Editor in Chief of Sensors
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering:  Thermal and stress influence on performance of SOI racetrack resonator Raman lasers

Prof. Dr. David Díaz Díaz
Heisenberg Professor
Universität Regensburg
Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie
Institut für Organische Chemie, Universitätsstr. 31, D-93053 Regensburg,  Germany
Editor-in-Chief of Gels
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: {Alpha}-Alkyl cysteine-coated gold nanoparticles: effect of C{Alpha}-tetrasubstitution on colloidal stability

Professor Sam Zhang
School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Nanyang Technological University  Singapore
Editor-in-Chief:Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters 
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering:  Anodic Titania Nanotubes Grown on Titanium Tubular Electrodes

Chair Professor Dr. Franz J. Giessibl
Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics
University of Regensburg, Germany
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Atomically Resolved Graphitic Surfaces in Air by Atomic Force Microscopy

Dr. Thomas Meyer
Arey Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
UNC Solar Energy Research Center
Chemistry Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,  NC, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering:  Electro-Assembly of a Chromophore-Catalyst Bilayer for Water Oxidation and Photocatalytic Water Splitting

Professor Yanlin Song
Director of Key Laboratory of Green Printing
Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, P. R. China.
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Fabrication of Patterned Concave Microstructures by Inkjet Imprinting

Professor honoraire Alan F. Williams
Director, Department of Inorganic, Analytical and Applied Chemistry
University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Chains, Necklaces and Weaving Chain-link Grids from Self-Assembly Reactions

Dr. Nasr M. Ghoniem
University of California Distinguished Professor
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering  Department Also: Materials Science & Engr. Dept
University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA. USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering:  Sputtering of molybdenum and tungsten nano rods and nodules irradiated with 150 eV argon ions

Professor Carsten Schwandt
Distinguished Visiting Fellow
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Solid state electrochemical hydrogen sensor for aluminium and aluminium alloy melts

Dr. Gopalan Srinivasan
Distinguished Professor
Physics Department, Oakland University,  Rochester, MI, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Dielectric resonance in nickel ferrite for K and Ka-band filters

Professor Zhu Yuezhao
Deputy party secretary and inspection commission secretary of Nanjing Tech university.
Vice chairman of National Green Energy Industrial Tech. and Innovative Strategy Alliance.
Deputy director of Expansion Professional Committee, the National Mechanical Engineering Society.
Vice chairman of Engineering Thermophysics society of Jiangsu Province.
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Performance analysis of a novel sun-tracking CPC heat pipe evacuated tubular collector  

Professor Virender K. Sharma
Director, Program for Water Sustainability and Public Health Research
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health
School of Public Health, Texas A&M University, Texas, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Effect of pH on the formation of disinfection byproducts in Ferrate(VI) pre-oxidation and subsequent chlorination

Dr. Wayne F. Reed
Murchison Mallory Chair Professor of Physics and Founding Director, PolyRMC
Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Filtrodynamics 2: Effects of Particle Size and Filter Type on Trans-Filter Time-Dependent Pressure Signals

Stoyan Smoukov, Ph.D.
Head, Active and Intelligent Materials Lab
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Associate Editor, Frontiers In Smart Materials
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Anisotropic Colloidal Micromuscles from Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Professor  José Sánchez-Dehesa
Director del Grupo de Fenómenos Ondulatorios
Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Negative Refraction and Energy Funneling by Hyperbolic Materials: An Experimental Demonstration in Acoustics

Professor Julius Rebek
Director, Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology
The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Alkyl Groups Fold to Fit within a Water-Soluble Cavitand

Prof. Dr. Liang GAO
Head of Department of Industrial & Manufacturing System Engineering
State Key Laboratory of Digital Manufacturing Equipment and Technology
School of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, CHINA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: A local adaptive sampling method for reliability-based design optimization using Kriging model

Dr. Denis Spitzer
Director of research at the German-French Institute of St. Louis
Winner of Grand Prix Lazare Carnot from the French “Académie des Sciences”.
Founding director of the laboratory of nanomaterials for systems under extreme loads at St. Louis
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Continuous Crystallization of ZnO Nanoparticles by Spray Flash Evaporation versus Batch Synthesis

Dr. Brian P. Grady
Conoco-Dupont Professor of Chemical Engineering
Director, School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering
Director, Institute for Applied Surfactant Research
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA
Featured paper on Advances in Engineering: Aspect ratio effects of multi-walled carbon nanotubes on electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties of polycarbonate/MWCNT composites