Aims & Scope
Mansoura Engineering Journal (MEJ) is a multidisciplinary engineering journal that has been a foundational hub for innovative research contributions for more than 45 years. It will continue disseminating research advances in all disciplines of engineering.
MEJ is a freely accessible, double-blinded peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles covering all areas of engineering research and make them visible to researchers around the world. The journal publishes original research articles, case studies, and review articles. It seeks original research efforts based on theoretical or experimental work that fills the gap in the current literature.
MEJ seeks for driving research forward in all fields of engineering by providing high-quality peer-reviewed research papers for academics, researchers, practitioners, and policy decision-makers. The journal endeavors to help the academic community by providing opportunities for discussion and exchange of ideas across a wide spectrum of scholarly opinions to promote theoretical, empirical, and comparative research on engineering problems confronting future life.
MEJ is strengthening the research community by partnering with educated societies and supporting researchers to exchange discoveries that make a difference. MEJ collaborates with authors, societies, libraries, and other members of the research community to generate, communicate, and enable access to the scientific and scholarly insights that help to solve some of the engineering challenges.
The Journal aims to:
- Publish rigorous and accessible material efficiently and promptly. This will help scientists in their daily work, lifelong learning, and career development.
- Be at the forefront of the international engineering science debate on all aspects.
- Be among the world's most influential journals and widely read science.
MEJ is an international journal with a broad scope covering all areas of engineering research and developments, including but not limited to the following fields:
- Civil Engineering:
- Environmental Engineering:
- Electrical Engineering:
- Architecture Engineering:
- Mechanical Engineering:
- Textile Engineering:
- Natural Science Engineering:
- Interdisciplinary Fields of Engineering Sciences:
- Biomedical Engineering:
Structural - Geotechnical - Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures - Surveying - Road and Traffic Engineering - Water Resources - Irrigation Structures - Hydraulics - Railway - Construction Management - Infrastructure - Earthquake Engineering.
Water Resources - Remote Sensing Applications - Waste Management - Waste Valorization - Water and Wastewater Treatment - Hazardous Materials - Air Pollution - Pollutant Dispersion Modeling - Nanotechnology for Remediation.
Electrical Power and Machines Engineering - Computers & Systems Engineering - Electronic & Communications Engineering - Photonics.
Architectural Design and Theory - Building Ventilation Technology - Urban Planning - Landscaping Architecture - Green Buildings - Existing Building Renovation - Architectural Heritage Conservation - Islamic Architecture.
Mechanical Power - Production Design - Mechatronics Engineering - Industrial Engineering and Materials - Geotechnical and Mining Engineering.
Textile Materials and Performance Evaluation - Fiber Science Technology - Technical Textiles - Production Control - Functionalisation of Textile Materials - Polymer Technology - Smart Textiles - Nanotechnology Applications.
Mathematics Engineering - Engineering Physics - Chemical Engineering - Renewable Energy - Geology - Biology.
Nanotechnology Applications in all Engineering Fields - Renewable Energy - Intelligence Engineering - Machine Learning Applications.
Bioinformatics - Biomaterials - Biomechanics and Mechanobiology - Biomedical Signal Processing - Biomedical Imaging and Devices - Electrocardiographic Tools - Hearing Aids - Medical Devices.