About the Journal
The Journal of Engineering is a scientific journal, published by the College of Engineering – the University of Baghdad since 1986. Its papers are reviewed by efficient and highly qualified professors in all fields of engineering. It was originally published quarterly but started publishing monthly in 2011 due to the abundance of research papers submitted. All the editions issued are released on the Iraqi Academic Scientific Journals website, in addition to the journal’s website. The Journal is edited and supervised by a multidisciplinary editorial board of specialized, experienced and highly qualified professors in scientific research. Most of the scientists and researchers in Iraq and other Arabs who specialize in engineering, participate in publishing their research work in the Journal because of its outstanding position among other similar journals in the Arab world.
AIMS AND SCOPE
The Journal of Engineering is an open access, monthly, refereed, peer-reviewed journal. It focuses on the different disciplines of engineering.
Its scope is to cover almost all the aspects of engineering and technology and their related topics. The Journal of Engineering tries to emphasize publishing high-quality papers with an acceptable, professional and considerable background.
The submitted papers undergo plagiarism screening, a double-blind peer review by professionals in the paper specific speciality. This process is accomplished according to the Journal criteria of evaluation, where the manuscript, contents, and organization of the paper are to be checked. The papers will be available online for the readers.
Journal speciality: All engineering fields.
Start of publication: 1986.
Publishing frequency: Monthly.
Publishing languages: English.
Plagiarism: Journal of Engineering uses Turnitin plagiarism software to check similarity. The accepted similarity percentage is less than 24%.
Review process: Journal of Engineering adopted the double-blind peer review process for each article.
Articles archives: All published articles will be archived on a national library (click here)