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HardwareX

HardwareX

HardwareX is a multidisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles that describe the design, construction and customization of scientific devices and equipment.

HardwareX promises to make scientific hardware:

Accessible - We will make your hardware article immediately and freely accessible.
Discoverable - We will make your hardware article easy to find and download.
Citable - Receive recognition for the work that you've done to develop scientific hardware with a peer-reviewed article with a distinct DOI. We will help you drive traffic to your hardware article.
Comprehensible - We will help you write a hardware article that is easy to digest and interpret.
Reviewed - Your article will be reviewed by experts in open source hardware.
Reproducible - Reduce duplication of effort with detailed descriptions of your hardware that make it easy for your peers to replicate and reproduce.

HardwareX is open to input from all scientific, technological, and medical disciplines. Scientific infrastructure will be interpreted in the broadest sense. Including hardware modifications to existing infrastructure, sensors and tools that perform measurements and other functions outside of the traditional lab setting (such as wearables, air/water quality sensors, and low cost alternatives to existing tools), and the creation of wholly new tools for either standard or novel laboratory tasks. Authors are encouraged to submit hardware developments that address all aspects of science, not only the final measurement, for example, enhancements in sample preparation and handling, user safety, and quality control. The use of distributed digital manufacturing strategies (e.g. 3-D printing) is encouraged. All designs must be submitted under an open hardware license.
Your next step
If this journal is good fit for your scientific hardware, you can find out more via the Guide for Authors and submit using the HardwareX template.

Editorial Board

Editors-in-Chief

ToddDuncombe

Todd Duncombe, PhD

ETH Zurich, Dept. of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE), Basel, Switzerland

 

Joshua M. Pearce, PhD

Joshua M. Pearce, PhD

Western University, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Thompson Centre for Engineering Leadership & Innovation, Ivey Business School, London, Ontario, Canada

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Metrics

Metrics

3.7
Citescore

Abstracting & Indexing

This journal has been indexed in:
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)
Scopus
Ei Compendex
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
INSPEC

Podcasts

HardwareX and Open Source Hardware

In this episode of HardwareX podcast, we talk to Professor Joshua Pearce who is the co-Editor-in-Chief of HardwareX. Dr. Pearce is the Thompson Chair in Information Technology and Innovation, cross-appointed in the Richard Ivey School of Business and Western University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Pearce is a renowned expert on open hardware, low cost 3D printing, and solar photovoltaics. We talk to him about his driving motivation, projects, and vision about the future of open source hardware. This podcast episode was recorded, edited, and produced by Santosh Pandey from Iowa State University. The music is provided by Asepirawan20 from Pixabay (Upbeat Pop Day).

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The Journey of HardwareX

In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Todd Duncombe who is the co-Editor-in-Chief of HardwareX. Todd is a Postdoctoral researcher at the renowned ETH Zurich, Department of BioSystems Science and Engineering in Basel, Switzerland. He has published several impactful papers and inventions on Droplet Microfluidic, Analytical Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, MEMS, and Electrokinetic Transport. He developed assays to streamline biomanufacturing pathways and combinatorial screening, often improvising the techniques in mass spectrometry and electrophoresis. Todd also has been an active member of Tekla Labs. This episode was recorded, edited, and produced by Santosh Pandey from Iowa State University. The music is provided by Lesfm from Pixabay (Title: Uplifting Corporate and Inspiring (IG version 60s)).

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Discussions with the Publishing Director at Elsevier

In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Sarah Jenkins who is the Publishing Director at Elsevier. She is currently located at Oxford, UK. Sarah has served Elsevier in various capacities over the past 19 and a half years, and has led many successful projects at Elsevier. It is an absolute pleasure to chat with Sarah on her initiatives and vision for HardwareX and open access journals from Elsevier. This podcast episode was recorded, edited, and produced by Santosh Pandey from Iowa State University. The music is provided by Lesfm from Pixabay (Title: Inspiring Cinematic Background Music For Videos).

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