Publication Frequency from 2015 onwards: Two issues per year

Advanced Computational Techniques in Electromagnetics (ISSN 2194-0266) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original papers of high scientific value. Industrial Engineering is one of the earliest fields to employ advanced computational techniques in research, education, and practice. Over the years, electronic communication is regarded as an integral part of industrial engineering.

The journal covers all aspects of the theory and practice of industrial engineering and electronic communication, including theoretical studies, empirical investigations, comparisons and real-world applications along with meta-heuristic algorithms in practice.

The scope of the journal is divided into two main parts; however, they are not limited to the following major topics:

Part a: Industrial Engineering

  • Application of mathematical programming models in industrial engineering problems
  • Applications of soft computing, artificial intelligence, knowledge-based systems, computational intelligence, including fuzzy logic, expert systems, and neural networks
  • Computer simulation techniques and systems
  • Discrete and continuous optimization
  • Fuzzy approach for multi-level programming problems
  • Health care systems
  • Heuristics, meta-heuristics and hybrid algorithms; theory/practice of meta-heuristics, new metaheuristic approaches such as electromagnetism-like and neighborhood search algorithms
  • Innovative computational strategies and numerical algorithms for large-scale engineering problems; decision making process and analysis
  • Plant operations, integration, planning and scheduling
  • Quantitative techniques in project management
  • Statistics, quality, reliability & maintenance
  • Supply chain and logistics management

Part b: Electronic Communication

  • Antenna analysis and design
  • Applied optics
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
  • Electromagnetic theory
  • Guided wave structures and transmission lines
  • High frequency electronic devices
  • Microwave/millimeter-wave technology, components, and circuits
  • Novel numerical techniques
  • Propagation of electromagnetic waves, including scattering, diffraction etc.
  • Radar
  • Radio Frequency Hybrid and Monolithic Integrated Circuits
  • Remote sensing
  • Wireless communication