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Despre ... JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENGINEERING SCIENCES
Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences (JAES) is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Faculty of Constructions and Architecture, in University of Oradea Publishing House. The journal publishes research papers in the fields of Civil engineering and installations, Geodesic engineering, Electrical and energetical engineering in constructions research. The journal is published in printed version, and has online versions for the proceedings.
The first number of the magazine „JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENGINEERING SCIENCES" was published in 1997 under the name of Annals of University of Oradea – "CONSTRUCTIONS AND HYDROEDILITARY INSTALLATIONS" fascicle. Until 2010 the magazine has been issued annually, thus, it has reached its XIIIth consecutive edition. Since 2003 the magazine has been publishing scientific works presented within the National Conference – international event – MODERN TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE 3rd MILLENIUM, where valuable specialists have met, both from the major university centres in the country and world-renowned professors from universities from abroad. The national and international prestige of the magazine has been constantly increasing. The sections of the magazine cover the following specialities:
Civil engineering and installations;
Electrical and energetical engineering.
In 2009 the magazine has undergone an assessment by C.N.C.S.I.S. being rated in category B, and in June 15th 2010 it has been rated B+ by the same C.N.C.S.I.S., being accepted in four International Data Bases (IDB) – Ulrich's, Copernicus, INSPEC and DRJI.
The magazine is biannual published, in May and December.
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Phone: +4-0259-408-447 ext. 30