Aims and Scope

Journal of Civil Engineering and Urbanism (ISSN: 2252-0430) is an international, peer reviewed journal aim to publish the high quality material from civil engineering, urban and regional planning areas. In addition, it provides a forum for the exchange of information on all aspects of civil engineering, including educational and traning issues.

Manuscript as Research Paper, Review and Short Communication are invited for publishing through a conventional peer-review process.


Civil Engineering fields:
1.Education in civil engineering,

2.Numerical methods in civil engineering,
3.Steel and reinforced concrete structures
4.New technologies in civil engineering
5.Ecology in building

6.Building materials and processes
7.Environmental engineering
8.Hydraulic engineering
9.Water resources engineering
10.Structural engineering
11.Transportation engineering
12.Sustainable building
13.Value and ethics in civil engineering
15.Geodesy and geomatics
16.Geotechnical engineering
17.Roads and bridges
18.Modern, theory and design of structures
19.Earthquake engineering
20.Structural earthquake engineering
21.Earthquake-resistant design of structures
22.Structural control (passive, hybrid, semi-active, and active)
23.Seismic applications of smart materials (shape memory alloys, magneto/Electro-rheological fluids, piezoelectrics, magnetostrive materials, etc.)
24.Aseismic base isolation
25.Anti-seismic retrofit

Urbanism fields:
1.Transportation effects of new urbanism financially manageable housing, new urbanism and city growth
2.Crime and its effects on new urbanism
3.Influences of design on environmental perception, social justice, affordability, the real estate market, transportation, the environment and urban livability
4.Outcomes and models for public participation methods
5.Studies of living preferences
6.Effects of walk able communities on children and the elderly
7.Social capital and the built environment
8.Theories of urban architecture and urbanism
9.Urban morphology
10.Urban climatology
11.Biourbanism (architecture, planning, and built environment studies)

12.Oriental urbanism vs. occidental urbanism