Knowledge & Skills Journal

Your video journal of Scientific & Technical presentations, courses and tutorials destined 

to engineers, researchers and engineering students

e-ISSN: 2800-2083

The Journal

The Editorial Board

Ethical Chart

Review Time

3 weeks

Publication Time

1 week

Top Readership


Publishing options: 

           Open Access 



What is Knowledge & Skills Journal?

Knowledge & Skills journal is a mixture of open access and payable video contents focusing entirely on disseminating high quality technical and scientific publications destined to engineers and scientists in the fields of mechanical, electrical, industrial, materials engineering, besides general practices of the engineer and scientist.

Knowledge & Skills journal publishes audiovisual contents from users of its SaaS portal KS-Portal (Talent users) or its partner institutions. Those contents: scientific and technical presentations, courses and tutorials should be relevant to an international audience of engineers, researchers or engineering students and cover one of the topics listed previously.

Copyright information

For authors publishing in Knowledge & Skills, accepted submissions will be governed by the general conditions and terms of use. For further details see GCU.

How are submissions evaluated for inclusion in Knowledge & Skills journal?

Submissions are accepted for publication in Knowledge & Skills journal based on suitability of scope and are required to meet certain criteria, including the assurance that all videos and accompanying documents are original, will be subject to peer review and will not be published elsewhere.

Please note, only videos submitted via KS-Portal are able to be published in Knowledge & Skills journal.

What is the process for submitting a video to Knowledge and Skills Journal?

The person willing to publish in Knowledge & Skills journal should create a Talent account inside KS-Portal following this link: and once the account created, he can submit his video via his Talent board once logged inside his Talent account following this link:

Editorial Board of Knowledge & Skills Journal


Dr. Eng. L. A. DENGUIR

PhD in Mechanical Engineering – CEO & Founder of Knowledge & Skills corporation


Editorial board members 

Prof. P.A.R. ROSA

Assoc. Professor in Mechanical Engineering

Instituto Superior Técnico - Lisbon - PORTUGAL

Prof. F. A. V. da SILVA

Assoc. Professor in mechanical engineering

Federal Institute of Paraiba - Cajazeira - BRAZIL


Assoc. Professor in Electrical Engineering

Dhofar University - OMAN


Assoc. Professor - Faculty member in Manufacturing Engineering Graduate / Undergraduate Program

Sabanci University - TURKEY 


Emeritus Professor in mechanical engineering - Ex dean of the University of Monastir

National Engineering School of Monastir ENIM – TUNISIA


Full Professor in Materials engineering

LEM3 - Polytech Nancy - University of Lorraine – FRANCE


Full Professor in Mechanical Engineering - Manufacturing Processes


Prof. R. Singh

G. K. Devarajulu Chair Professor - Mechanical Engineering

Indian Institue of Technology Bombay – INDIA


Senior Instrument Scientist - PhD in Physics Engineering

Technische Universität München | TUM – GERMANY


Senior Tool Research and Application Manager - professor of Michigan State University

Michigan State University and General Motors Unit of PSMi - USA


Assoc. Prof. with Habilitation (HDR) in manufacturing processes

LaBoMaP - Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology – FRANCE


Head of Lean Management | Certified Six Sigma Black Belt | Ph.D Industrial Engineering

Auchan Retail and Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias - PORTUGAL


PhD in Materials Science - R&D Expert in Industrial Applications of New Advanced Materials

Polymer Research Group, University of Burgos - SPAIN


PhD in automation - electrical engineering, senior manager in automotive industry


Dr. Eng. F. AXISA

PhD and senior expert in electronics and biomedical systems - Chief Technology Officer, R&D direction

Neomedlight - FRANCE 


Full Professor in Mechanical Engineering - President of the doctoral school of ENISo

Doctoral School - National Engineering School of Sousse ENISo - TUNISIA


Full Professor in Mechanical engineering - President of "Association Tunisienne de Mécanique ATM"

LGM - National Engineering School of Monastir ENIM - TUNISIA

Ethical Chart of Knowledge & Skills Journal

When you submit an audiovisual content for publication inside Knowledge and Skills Journal, you are confirming that you have read these ethical guidelines, agree to the contents and have taken any appropriate actions.


By submitting a content for publication inside Knowledge and Skills Journal, it is understood that all authors have thereby declared that they have read and agree on the content of the submitted video and accompanying documents.


Submissions may be rejected by Knowledge and Skills Editorial Office if it is felt that the work was not carried out within an ethical framework. Knowledge and Skills adheres to the principles outlined by COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics. [

Competing/conflicting interests 

Authors must make a declaration in their publication of all potential competing interests involving people or organisations that might reasonably be perceived as relevant.

Examples of competing interests include, but are not limited to, financial, professional and personal interests such as:

• Research grants (from any source, restricted or unrestricted)

• Relationships (paid or unpaid) with organisations and funding bodies including non-governmental organisations, research institutions or charities

• Membership of lobbying or advocacy organisations

• Personal relationships (i.e. friend, spouse, family member, current or previous mentor, adversary) with individuals involved in the submission or evaluation of a paper, such as authors, reviewers, editors, or members of the editorial board of knowledge and Skills journal

• Personal convictions (political, religious, ideological, or other) related to a publication's topic that may interfere with an unbiased publication process (at the stage of authorship, peer review, editorial decision making or publication)


Plagiarism in any form constitutes a serious violation of the principles of scholarship and is not acceptable. Examples of plagiarism include:

1. Word-for-word copying of portions of another's writing without enclosing the copied passage in quotation marks and acknowledging the source in the appropriate scholarly convention.

2. The use of a particularly unique term or concept without acknowledging the original author or source.

3. The paraphrasing or abbreviated restatement of someone else's ideas without acknowledging that another person's text has been the basis for the paraphrasing.

4. False citation: material should not be attributed to a source from which it has not been obtained.

5. False data: data that has been fabricated or altered in a laboratory or experiment; although not factually plagiarism, this is clearly a form of academic fraud.

6. Unacknowledged multiple authors or collaboration: the contributions of each author or collaborator should be made clear.

7. Self-plagiarism/double submission: the submission of the same or a very similar content to two or more publications.

Informed consent

Informed consent must be documented in your submission in cases where information or clinical photographs of human subjects are used. Signed copies of consent forms will be required before a submission can be considered for review.

These guidelines also apply to companies or individuals that work on industry-sponsored publications, such as freelance writers, contract research organisations and communications companies.

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