The Journal of Engineering
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Now open for submissions - Special Section: Biomedical Devices and Systems for Health Monitoring and Biological Investigations
This Special Section aims to introduce innovative engineering approaches, novel devices and systems, as well as thorough reviews about current state-of-the-art technologies. It will provide a forum for academic researchers, biological and clinical scientists and even biotech entrepreneurs to present their latest efforts, raise discussions about the current challenges and issues, as well as potential future trends for healthcare and biological science. Manuscripts focusing on system perspectives, clinical or biological, are particularly welcome - for more information click here.
Now open for submissions - Special Section: Intelligent Engineering Solutions for Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 combines cloud computing, additive manufacturing, augmented reality, big data analysis, autonomous robots, modeling-simulation, horizontal and vertical system integration, the industrial Internet-of-Things, and cybersecurity. The Special Section will include review articles and papers that describe theoretical and experimental research results and innovative concepts in the area of computational intelligence based engineering methods for Industry 4.0 - for more information click here.
Now open for submissions - Special Section: Advances in Rotating Electrical Machines: Topologies, Materials & Applications
This Special Section will provide an opportunity for researchers and professionals in both academia and industry from all over the globe to present their recent research and development activities in the field of rotating electrical machines. We welcome both original research and review articles that discuss any insights or technological advancements in new topologies, new materials, new control algorithms or new applications - for more information click here.
JoE content now discoverable in Web of Science
JoE is now listed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) and all content from 2015 onwards is discoverable through the Web of Science Core Collection (search publication name “Journal of Engineering JoE”).