Although we publish titles in any field and of any literary
genre, our Scientific Department specializes in
technical and scientific books.
INFAROM encourages authors to publish technical and
scientific literature, especially in the following
fields: pure and applied mathematics, applied
engineering, generally applied science, scholarly
mathematics, pedagogy (addressed to students or
teachers), technical and practical guides, and any kind
of academic works, including PhD papers.
We pay special attention to all published technical and
scientific titles, regardless of the reputation of their
authors, by allocating additional time and budget for
marketing these titles in international editorial
INFAROM is recognized internationally as a valid
scientific publisher, its titles receiving exposure on
specialized websites as well as on several physical
bookstores from high-school, college, and university
campuses across the U.S. and U.K.
Proposals for technical and scientific
titles are made in the same manner via the web (see the
section titled Author
Manuscripts and finished files must conform with the
same technical standards described in the section titled
specifications, with the following additional requirements:
– The editing style must be specific to
the standards of the respective specialty for content,
notes, denotations, quotations, and references.
– For mathematics, MAA or AMS style are
– For fields involving the large-scale
usage of mathematical expressions, we recommend editing
in Microsoft Word using the integrated application MathType; if
the manuscript is edited in Scientific Work or
other similar software, the proposed document should be
converted and sent in PDF format.
– We recommend including a foreword, an
afterword, or a paragraph in the introduction describing
the scientific background of the author.
Other guidelines for technical and scientific authors
– For scientific works of beginning
authors, we recommend that the proposed material be
accompanied by a recommendation from a university person
in the respective field; this recommendation must be
edited and inserted in the foreword, afterword, or
introduction to the book.
– To authors of collections of problems,
we recommend selecting specific subjects for the
published problems (the aleatory selection from several
sub-domains of a respective discipline is not
recommended). In addition, authors must mention the
source of each problem in the collection.
– Authors must pay particular
attention to the personal correction of editing and
typing errors, which may interrupt the logical flow
– The reference page must be edited with
attention and responsibility by including all necessary
references to avoid author's or intellectual rights