Aims and Scope



Civil Engineering Infrastructures is an international journal which publishes high quality scientific papers in all areas of engineering and management of civil infrastructures. The civil infrastructures include, but are not limited to: buildings, bridges, dams, transportation systems, geotechnical structures, underground constructions, water distribution systems, offshore platforms, pipelines, ocean structures, airports and power plants.

The scope of this journal encompasses, but is not restricted to the following aspects of engineering and management of infrastructures:

  • Mathematical modeling
  • Computational and experimental methods
  • Environmental Impact assessment
  • Passive defense and security issues
  • Monitoring and assessment
  • Construction and design for durability
  • Deterioration modeling and aging
  • Failure analysis
  • Field testing
  • Financial planning
  • Inspection and diagnostics
  • Life-cycle analysis and prediction
  • Maintenance, rehabilitation, repair and replacement strategies
  • Non-destructive testing
  • Optimization of maintenance and management
  • Specifications and codes
  • Reliability and risk management
  • Supervisory Control and Data Assimilation (SCADA)
  • Automation and Robotics in Construction
  • Smart civil infrastructure Systems
  • Sustainable civil infrastructure systems


Audiences of Civil Engineering Infrastructures are researchers and practitioners as well as people working in infrastructure design, construction, maintenance and operation. Papers considered for publication must contain a clear and well-defined engineering component and make a significant contribution to the engineering and management of civil infrastructures. All articles submitted to this journal will undergo a rigorous peer review by anonymous independent experts.