A co-publication of Morgan & Claypool and SEM
We would like to invite you to showcase your work and contribute your expertise by writing a short book of 50-150 pages (tutorial, modular, textbooks, survey, monograph, etc.) for the Synthesis/SEM Lectures on Experimental Mechanics series. The topics we are looking for follow the technical divisions and the direction of the SEM. This series will be best served by showcasing the work of our field’s researchers, teachers and practitioners.
All books are digital/ebooks first and available as printed books through all retail channels. SEM members will receive a 25% discount on books in the series via the Morgan & Claypool Retail Bookstore using the discount code MCSEM.
If you are interested in joining this series, please Paul Petralia, Executive Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This series covers all aspects of experimental analysis and test methods with the focus on the interdisciplinary application, research and development of experimental mechanics. Publications include upper-level undergraduate/graduate textbooks and reference books aimed at students, researchers, and professional engineers.
SEM Members receive a 35% discount on all Wiley Books.
If you are interested in being a Wiley/SEM author, please contact Kristin Zimmerman (email@example.com)