Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope
International Journal of Coastal and Offshore Engineering is a peer-reviewed medium for the publication of original research and significant developments in the related fields. The journal is intended to cover not only fundamental studies, but also results of field measurements and case studies of real projects. State-of-the-art review papers, which review particular areas of coastal engineering and offshore structures, are also welcomed and accepted.
The scope of the International Journal of Coastal and Offshore Engineering includes, but is not limited to, the following topic areas:

  • Coastal Engineering & Coastal Structures
  • Coastal Erosion & Coastal Protection
  • Coastal Morphology & Geomorphology
  • Port & Waterfront Engineering
  • Port Engineering & Maritime Industries  
  • Hydrography & Dredging Engineering
  • Marine & Coastal Geotechnics
  • Marine Structures & Marine Corrosion
  • Marine Hydrodynamics, Numerical & Simulations
  • Marine Renewable Energies Technology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Offshore Engineering & Offshore Structures
  • Sub-Sea Technology, Installation & Maintenance
  • Ocean & Coastal Hazard,  Forecasting & Warning
  • Ocean Engineering & Ocean Technology
  • Satellite Oceanography  Technology
  • Marine Intelligent Systems
  • Marine Robotics &  Emerging Marine Technologies
  • Maritime Remote Sensing & Ocean Data
  • Maritime  Transportation & Marine Safety
  • Marine Navigation & Vessel Traffics Service
  • Physical Oceanography &  Ocean Dynamics
  • Atmosphere-Ocean Interaction
  • Maritime Environmental Engineering
  • Marine Pollutions, Simulation, Management & Control
  • Climate Change & Maritime Meteorology

View: 7643 Time(s)   |   Print: 1225 Time(s)   |   Email: 50 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)

© 2021 CC BY-NC 4.0 | International Journal of Coastal and Offshore Engineering