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New Era in Scientific Studies After Covid-19: Remote Research

Ömer Necati Cora, Mustafa Ergin Şahin


The COVID-19 pandemic affected every single aspect of our lives and we are just experiencing its short-term effects.  The way of teaching and scientific events have been adapted to these new conditions. Even though it was technically possible before the COVID-19 era, online conferences, workshops, and lectures are now the daily routines of academia. The other aspect of COVID-19 is its effect on the scientific study outputs. According to Web of Science metrics, the number of all kinds of scientific publications had an increasing trend during the  2010-2019 period with an average annual increase rate of 4%. During the same period, contrary to the trend in the number of all types of publications, there is an exponentially increasing trend for review-type publications. 

It’s our pleasure to introduce the seventh volume of the Turkish Journal of Electromechanics & Energy (TJEE). This special issue is comprised of five articles four of which were selected from the International Conferences on Engineering and Natural Sciences (IOCENS’21) which was held online, and organized by Gümüşhane University, Turkey, during July 5-7, 2021. The last but not the least, the TJEE journal has been included in Index Copernicus (IC) Journal Master List 2020 with 89.78 ICV, Cite Factor Impact Factor 1.03 for 2020-21, and many more yet to come.


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