Ingeniería Solidaria (abbreviated title ing. Solidar) is a international scientific journal whose objective is to disseminate the results of applied and sustainable research with a social vocation. It seeks to impact the scientific and academic community interested in alternatives for the social application of engineering.
Achieve in 2022 the recognition of the international scientific community as a means of disseminating results of applicable and sustainable research with a social vocation. Position yourself in recognized indexes such as Scopus and Web of Science (WoS) worldwide and regionally as Redalyc and SciELO.
Aims and Scope
The publication Ingeníera Solidaría is a scientific publication which has for its objective to publish the results of applied and sustainable investigations in a context of social vocation, in all the different fields of engineering.
The publication was first published, twice yearly, in 2005 and in January 2017 it changed its publication frequency to four times a year. In May of the same year, Ingeniería Solidaría became a digital publication. Ingeniería Solidaría is published three times a year (January, May, September).
Open access policy
The journal is based on the principle of offering the public free access to content, helping to increase global knowledge exchange, by publishing all articles of the journal in open access, under the following Creative Commons license. The journal is entitled to the Attribution-Noncommercial-No Referral 4.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) license, under the following terms:
Attribution: you must grant the appropriate credit, provide a link to the license and indicate if They made changes. You may do so in any reasonable way, but in no way that suggests that the licensor back you or your use.
Non-commercial: you cannot use the material for commercial purposes.
No referrals: if you remix, transform or develop the material, you cannot distribute the modified material.
Without additional restrictions: you cannot apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything that permits the license.
Information supplied within bibliographic and evaluative records, data contributed by authors, evaluators or any other journal actor. These data are of confidential use, won’t be delivered to third parties and will be stored on an repository available in the Open Journal Systems.
Authors who submit articles to be published in the journal must fill out the copyright format. With this, the article not only embraces the Creative Commons license “Attribution, NonCommercial, No Derivatives” (BY-NC-ND), but also authorize the articule to be trasnlated and published in the languages considered convenient in order to guarantee its visibility and impact.
Both the sending of articles and their editing process, if approved, does not have any cost for the authors, since it is financed in its entirety by Ediciones UCC.
As an anti-plagiarism measure, this journal uses Turnitin, a tool to mitigate the risk of academic and professional plagiarism.