The international journal of scientific publications Modern Engineering Technologies  was founded by the National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute" (NTU "KhPI"), at M.F. Semko Department of Integrated Engineering Technologies in 2007 (Certificate of the State Committee for Information Policy, Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine KV 13438-2322 dated 03.08.2007). The NTU "KhPI" has been the publisher of the journal since its inception. The publications are issued in Ukrainian, Russian, English.

The editor-in-chief of the journal is Dr. Volodymyr Oleksiyovych Fedorovich, Professor of Engineering, Deputy Head of M.F. Semko Department of Integrated Engineering Technologies.

The international scientific and technical journal has been rewritten and approved as a scientific edition of technological sciences, in which lecturers, research assistants, graduate students and competitors for an academic degree get the opportunity to publish scientific articles and degree work results, and the opportunity to exchange scientific and practical information in Ukraine and abroad.

The international scientific journal is registered in the International registration system of serial publications issued under the standardized code ISSN 2078-7499. An electronic copy is posted on the homepage of NTU "KhPI".

The journal contains scientific publications by well-known scientists of Ukraine and other countries, covering the pressing issues of integrated technologies, cutting processes and technological quality assurance. The modern aspects of laser technology, hardening of wear-resistant coverings, construction ceramics processing are presented in the journal. The functional technologies and their correlation to the integrated technologies are described. The simulation of cutting processes and the tendencies to the development are considered. The journal Modern Engineering Technologies is intended for lecturers, engineers, researchers, manufacturers and students.

The journal cooperates actively with well-known scientific schools of Ukraine (Kyiv, Kharkiv, Vinnytsya, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhya, Lviv, Mykolayiv, Odesa, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Sumy), Austria, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Romania, Russia, Hungary etc.