Universidad Politecnica de Valencia was established in 1971. It is located in Valencia. Polytechnic University of Valencia was founded in 1968 as the Higher Polytechnic School of Valencia and later it became university in 1971. UPV was created with a focus on scientific study and research goals. The president of Polytechnic University of Valencia is Francisco Mora. The world rank of Universidad Politecnica de Valencia is 296 and tenth rank in the Spain universities. It has schools which are more than 100 years old. The UPV offers wide range of Postgraduate studies, master’s degrees, PhD programs, and also non official postgraduate courses. One of the aims of the UPV is to step up international cooperation through exchange visits and collaboration agreements. The Universitat Politecnica de Valencia plays an important role in technological innovation and development. Several functional units provide guidance and support for foreign academics, researchers and students willing to share the international experience with UPV through short and long study periods, summer schools, teaching or research stays, international projects. Universitat Politecnica de Valencia has three campuses, one is in Valencia second campus is located in Gandia and third one is in Alcoy. It has 14 schools and faculties like Faculty of Business Administration and Management, School of Rural Environments and Enology, and School of Telecommunications Engineering, Faculty of Fine Arts, School of Engineering in Geodesy, School of Cartography and Surveying, Higher Polytechnic School of Alcoy, Higher Polytechnic School of Gandia, School of Agricultural Engineering, School of Computer Science, School of Architecture, School of Building Management and School of Civil Engineering. The students of Universitat Politecnica de Valencia are 37,800 out of which 11% are international students. The student to staff ratio is 10.6 and female to male ratio is 38:62. The academic staff of the university is 2,600 and administrative staff is 1,700. The university offers over 48 bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees and 81 doctoral degrees. The research structures under the UPV label encompass all those centres that work in research, development and innovation, and try to respond to the demands - of both the University and the social enviroment - for technological and artistic products. They fall into three categories: UPVs own (unshared) research centres, joint and associated research centres, and inter-university research centres. UPV opens its venues to researchers through the individual Maria SKlodowska-Curie Fellowship program. Ivana Gasulla the researcher at iTEAM-UPV has developed a new delay line model capable of designing chips with more capacity.
The following is the list of scholars from Universidad Politecnica de Valencia who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences