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2020
11.8%
2019
16.3%
2018
18.65%
2017
15.9%
2016
20.9%
2015
22.5%

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Engineering Journal: Patent Consent Policy

Engineering Journal IJOER publishes articles of international interest from all areas of Engineering research and Science. The Journal is an international publication organization aims to publish research articles in the field of Engineering Research and Sciences. The aim of the journal is to offers scientists or researchers with expertise in Engineering Research and Sciences to share their systematic research outcomes with the real world or with new professionals who are doing best in this field. Engineering Journal IJOER is a worldwide monthly journal managed by AD Publications, Bikaner, and Rajasthan, INDIA since April 2015.

Appropriate consents, permissions, and releases must be the release where authors wish to include case details or the other personal information, or images of patents, and any other individuals before submitting articles in Engineering Journal IJOER.

Requirement for Consent:

A patent is a form of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of years in exchange for publishing an enabling public disclosure of the invention. In most countries, patent rights fall under private law and the patent holder must sue someone infringing the patent to enforce his or her rights. In some industries patents are an essential form of competitive advantage; in others they are irrelevant.
Appropriate consents, permissions, and releases must be obtained where authors wished to include to case details or other personal information, or images of patents, and any other individuals in Engineering Journal IJOER publication to comply with all applicable laws and regulations concerning the privacy and/or security of personal information.

It is the responsibility of the author to ensure that:

1.   Each individual, or the individual's legal guardian or other person with legal authority to act on the individual's behalf who appears in any video, recording, photograph, image, illustration or case report (or in any other identifiable form) is made aware in advance of the fact that such photographs are being taken or such video, recording, photograph, image, illustration or report is being made, and of all the purposes for which they might be used, including disclosure to Elsevier and use by Engineering Journal IJOER or its licensees in any work or product. That individual, legal guardian or person with legal authority must give his/her explicit written consent. If such consent is made subject to any conditions (for example, adopting measures to prevent personal identification of the person concerned), Engineering Journal IJOER must be made aware in writing of all such conditions. Written consents must be retained by the author and copies of the consents or evidence that such consents have been obtained must be provided to Engineering Journal IJOER on request.

2.   Even if consent has been obtained, care must be taken to ensure that the portrayal and captioning of the individual concerned are respectful and could not be seen as denigrating that individual.

3.   If identifying characteristics are altered to protect anonymity, authors should provide assurances that such alterations do not distort scientific meaning.

Engineering Journal IJOER trusts the authors that if he/she is using the patent contents, he/she may concern the owner of patent and taken appropriate permission from the owner of the content. Legally Engineering Journal IJOER reserved all the rights to disqualify such material from the journal if found suspicious.