The Journal of Applied Science & Engineering Technology or JASET is an open access, double blind, peer-reviewed journal for the dissemination of use-inspired basic research, applied research, and applied technical scholarship. Topics are in the combined domain of engineering, technology and applied science and primarily focus on solving technical problems in the spirit of the “Scholarship of Application”. In summary, JASET disseminates results from research seeking to extend the frontiers of understanding with considerations of use and the application of technical knowledge to consequential problems. Applied scholarship is welcome from academia, industry and government agencies.
See the Focus and Scope section for a complete coverage of the journal.
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