There is a saying- "Science has as many wits as there are people capable of seizing it."
This axiom is a complete fit when we talk about special issues of journals. A Special Issue is not only a collection of papers on a particular theme within the scope of the journals but also a deep analysis of different aspects about the chosen subject.
Peertechz special issue of journals is an insight of your knowledge frontier and a record for your research progress. Moreover, if an author proposes a special issue on any Peertechz's journals, he/she has an opportunity to become a lead Guest Editor. Therefore the authors, researchers, clinicians and others with scientific writing skills and a particular interest, may avail themselves to this opportunity and propose a Special Issue as the Lead Guest Editor.
A special issue of the journal provides a number of benefits to the authors and editors who focus on a current "hot" topic as well as to the journal. For example, taking a leadership role as a Guest Editor or contributing editor or co-author in formulating a special issue may:
Editors or authors who have particular topic or theme for a Special Issue that is within the scope of the journals should contact the Peertechz editorial team. Peertechz also offer assistance in identifying suitable topics by analysing keyword and citation trends within the field.
When considering a topic for a Special Issue, Editors and authors should consider the following questions:
Peertechz provides the opportunity to the authors who desire to publish special issue, to assume leadership responsibility as a Guest Editor of that issue of the journal.
The Lead Guest Editors should understand the importance of their role and time commitment they are making to the journal to see their proposal through to completion. The Lead Guest Editor must maintain regular contact with the contributors and the editorial team to get the updates on the progress of the issue.If you are interested in publishing a special issue, contact Peertechz on the underneath email. Our editorial board will discuss and plan the next steps with you.
The Peertechz Journal cordially welcomes all the scholars to propose a Special Issue according to their expertise and area of research interest. They should also plan for timely submission and release of the special issue. After evaluating and accepting the proposal for a Special Issue, the scholar will be designated as Special Issue Editor for that Special Issue Title.
The sequence and format for Special Issue proposal is as follows:
Click here to download Proposal Form or try submitting online proposal form.
If you feel any difficulty in proposal submission, please mail us email@example.com
All submissions to Peertechz is published under the Creative Common Attribution License which allows anyone to copy, distribute or reuse the articles by properly citing the author and the original source.
Important Ethical and Legal Points
All manuscripts shall be peer reviewed and decisions about a manuscript will be based only on its importance, clarity, originality, quality, contribution to knowledge and relevance to the journal's scope and content. The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the above criteria for publication.
University of Athens, Greece
Open Journal of Chemistry
Sassari University, Italy
Archive of Urological Research
Leeds Beckett University, UK
Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health
Marco Matteo Ciccone
University of Bari , Italy
Archives of Organ Transplantation
University of Genoa, Italy
Global Journal of Allergy
Southeastern University, China
Trends in Computer Science and Information Technology
Nikolaos A Chrysanthakopoulos
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens , Greece
Journal of Dental Problems and Solutions
William CS Cho
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong
International Journal of Immunotherapy and Cancer Research
University of Parma, Italy
International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research
Domenico Antonio Restivo
Nuovo Garibaldi Hospital, Italy
Journal of Neurology, Neurological Science and Disorders