About the Journal
Journal of Engineering and Engineering Technology
Taking cognisance of the fact that engineering is the nerve centre of technology, the School of Engineering and Engineering Technology (SEET) of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Ondo state, Nigeria has as its mission the engendering, preservation, transmission and advancement of engineering and engineering technology. A key medium of achieving this objective is through its publication: Federal University of Technology, Akure Journal of Engineering and Engineering Technology (FUTAJEET).
FUTAJEET is a publisher of open access peer-reviewed journal with the aim to furnish researchers and students with top quality, up-to-date research outputs stemming out from original, needâ€”driven, practical creative multidisciplinary, innovative technological research endeavours in all aspects of engineering and related applied sciences from any part of the world.
A new editorial board which comprises of carefully chosen scholars in different engineering ï¬elds from FUTA, other universities in Nigeria and different parts of the world has been put in place with a view to repositioning the journal to world-class status
We have been able to make a successful leap by obtaining adequate permissions to publish online while previous volumes and the new issues are being made available online concurrently for wider circulation. We intend to continue in our effort to completely upgrade FUTAJEET to World-class status that befits it.
Authors are expected to adhere to ontological ethical values stemming from honesty of purpose rather than teleological ethical values arising from the end justiï¬es the means stance, "life is an act of drawing without an eraser" - John w Gardener. We use this opportunity to register our profound appreciation to our reviewers â€” the gate keepers of scholarship for their sacrificial contributions and the subscribers for their patronage.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.