Engineering and Technology

  • High Quality Journals

    Welcome to the Engineering and Technology area of Elsevier.  Elsevier publishes over 130 highly respected engineering journals, covering key topics.  We are also proud to publish many journals on behalf of, or in association with, prestigious Societies, including the International Academy of Astronautics, the International Association for Wind Engineering, the Institution of Structural Engineers, and the Society of Manufacturing.

    The journals we publish are constantly developing in terms of aims and scope, editorial processes and online content innovation.  They are available online via ScienceDirect,, the essential information resource for over 14 million scientists worldwide.
    From 2013, all Elsevier owned journals offer authors the option to publish via the Open Access model.  For more information please click here.

    For full aims and scope, to submit your articles or subscribe, visit the journal homepages.

  • Case Studies in

    New Open Access Journals

     Key elements of these new journals include:

    - Case Studies only: the journal will only accept case studies articles of up to 6 pages

    - Fast Publication: we are aiming at a publication turnaround from submission to publication of up to three months.

    - Open Access: articles will be freely available online, upon publication. Authors pay a publication fee after acceptance of their article 

    More information on our Case Studies In - titles

  • Elsevier-CTBUH Virtual Journal on Tall Building Research

    In 2012, The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) initiated a joint research initiative aimed at identifying the priority research topics and research gaps in the field of tall buildings.

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  • Announcing Engineering Advances
    We’re excited to announce an initiative involving Elsevier’s engineering journals, editors, authors and referees – the initiative is titled Engineering Advances.
    Engineers and engineering solutions are at the heart of addressing the global challenge of sustainable development. With expanding populations, particularly in urban areas, challenges of how to future proof the population against the depletion of natural resources such as energy, other raw materials and land need to be addressed. Cities that are expanding at unprecedented rates need to find solutions to rehabilitate aging infrastructure as well as provide a foundation for predicted future growth.

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