QUVAE serves as a platform for publishing your research papers in scopus, Web Of Science (SCIE/SSCI/AHCI/ ESCI) Indexed Journals
By following the journal criteria, we ensure that the material of your paper is structured and cohesive.
We recommend journals based on the scope and the technical quality of your article.
We assist you in the submission of your manuscript in the suitable SCOPUS/Web of Science (SCIE/SSCI/AHCI/ESCI) Indexed journals.
Points raised by the editor and reviewers are addressed by our subject experts.
We have a team of professionals who are well-versed in the prerequisites and guidelines for publishing journal papers. We analyze the foundation of your research and its conclusions to compare it to all relevant publications in your field of study. We then select the most appropriate journals for your manuscript and compare your paper to determine whether it complies with all of the journal's requirements. Our team has extensive expertise and experience with all of these regulations and mandates and can ensure that your research is presented in the best possible light for publication.
Quvae serves as a platform that will help you publish your research papers in prominent journals and conferences proceedings. Publishing your research in highly indexed journals will help you to promote your work, enhance your reputation and build a strong scientific profile. With our expertise, we provide you with customized solutions for publishing and promoting your research findings. Quvae aims to publish high-quality scientific research in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The most challenging component of the research is adhering to the rules set forth by the target journal. The most difficult areas are on-time submission, editing, grammatical errors, plagiarism, and so on. QUVAE with an experienced team in various topic areas offers assistance and guidance for Journal Publications.
We assist you throughout the whole publishing cycle, from selecting the best SCOPUS Indexed journal to manuscript editing, formatting, and providing editorial comment support and follow-up on the progress of publication. We offer end-to-end support for publication in SCOPUS (Q1, Q2,Q3 and Q4) journals including suggestions on how to improve the quality and technical content of your paper.
There is a growing problem with predatory journals which can take advantage of researchers who don't know how to recognize them. QUVAE will help you detect predatory journals by providing tips on how to evaluate an academic journal. Many scholars publish their works in predatory/cloned journals without their knowledge. Many organisations deceive academicians by displaying the ACTIVE status on Scopus. Scopus will conduct an investigation and remove the journal from its database immediately if it is found to be predatory but they will only update in their website twice a year, in April and October.
Authors can confirm the current status of the journal by sending an email to ScopusSupport@elsevier.com
Publishing in Scopus Indexed Journals is a time-consuming process, but it can be accelerated with the Fast Track Process. Depending on the journal's availability, Fast Track Scopus Publications can be processed in 1 to 2 months. Because Scopus policies now against Fast Track Publication, authors must check with Scopus before submitting to Fast Track journals.
The journal's quartiles assist us in determining the journal's reliability and quality. It is based on the Scimago Journal Ranking (SJR), which is not the same as the impact factor. SJR was developed by a research group in the 2000s using Scopus data. Unlike Impact Factor, SJR publishes open access and covers a wider spectrum of publications. SJR Scopus considers the overall number of citations as well as the weight of each reference. As a result, SJR is used to determine the journal's quartile.
The quartiles are:
Our professionals offer end-to-end support to improve your manuscript suitable for publication in SCIE/SSCI/AHCI/ESCI indexed journals.
Clarivate, like Scopus, has expressed concern over predatory/cloned journals that publish out-of-scope and bulk research papers. Clarivate recently introduced numerous new indexes depending on specific domains beginning in June like zoological records, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, Current Contents Life Sciences, Essential Science Indicators, Current Contents Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences, Computing & Technology.
It indicates that papers published outside of the relevant scope will be investigated, and the journal will be placed on hold; further publications will not be indexed.
QUVAE requests all the researchers to contact Web of Science Clarivate regarding the journal status through email firstname.lastname@example.org and get confirmation.
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QUVAE recommends these databases to verify the quality of a journal before submitting for publication. Also, be mindful that databases are updated once or twice a year. Hence, do not take this information blindly and at times, journals in databases are on hold or under investigation for various reasons. Therefore, please ensure to contact the journal's support team for confirmation of their status after reviewing this list.1. Scimago
All Scopus Indexed Journals will be listed under SJR; if the journal is new, it will take two to three years for Scimago to update it. You must double-check the journals' true Quartiles, Website, Scope, and Coverage period. Check out the Scopus Source title list, which is updated twice a year in April and October.2. Master Journal List - Clarivate Analytics
SCIE, SSCI, ESCI, AHCI, and, in addition to this from June 2021, Zoological records, BIOSIS, and other databases included in the Web of Science group. Every year in June, the JCR Report will publish the impact factors of all journals.3. ABDC Journal Database
They don't appear to be updating the database on a regular basis, but if they identify any journals publishing research papers outside of Scope, they take action after a year, just like Scopus and Web of Science. Regardless, just a few universities are aware of the ABDC database.
The predatory journals are those scientific journals that publish articles without any peer review. Checking the journal is a crucial step in evaluating the quality of a publication, so understanding and recognizing predatory journals is crucial for both researchers and students.
There is a growing problem with predatory journals which can take advantage of researchers who don't know how to recognize them. QUVAE will help you detect predatory journals by providing tips on how to evaluate an academic journal.
Quvae provides researchers with a simple, efficient way to protect their work. By submitting your paper copyrights to Quvae, you can make sure that your research is protected and you can be confident about the future of your publications.
The copy editors at QUVAE assist in ensuring that your research article is well-structured and presented accurately by identifying factual errors and eliminating inconsistencies such as spelling, grammar, and typos from your work. Professionals at QUVAE have extensive experience in manuscript copy editing with profound knowledge of their disciplines and deliver coherent, clear, error-free content. Our in-depth understanding of the research and unwavering client dedication has always helped us finish all our projects ahead of schedule.
We give special importance to editing manuscripts that contain plagiarized content and offer the most advanced ways of detecting plagiarism and eliminating the problem and we ensure to keep your tone consistent even after the formatting process.
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