Fujian University of Technology

Fuzhou, China

Fujian University of Technology

Fujian University of Technology (FJUT) is a provincial university focused on engineering, while expanding into other disciplines such as management, arts, economics, science and law.

In 2002, FJUT was established through the merger of Fujian College of Architecture and Fujian Vocational Technical College. Its long history goes back to Cang Xia Top School, founded by the last Chinese Emperor Pu Yi’s tutor, Chen Baochen, and noted Fujian scholar and translator Lin Shu. Over 13,000 students have graduated from the engineering school, winning it the reputation as the ‘Advanced Engineering University of Fujian’,the “Huangpu Military Academy in Architecture” and the “Cradle of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering”.

IEEE and DRAA, the Digital Resource Acquisition Alliance of Chinese Academic Libraries, have entered into an open access read and publish agreement. This agreement makes it more convenient for corresponding authors to publish open access articles with IEEE’s industry leading journals and magazines as eligible authors pay reduced article processing charges (APCs) and may have the opportunity to pay no APCs as some of these costs are waived under the agreement.

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