The world is connected through globalization. Due to this fact, interactions by air transportation are increasing rapidly. Aviation is a key component of the global economy, and airline operations are considered one of the most important criteria in evaluating national economic growth. The term ‘Management’ is commonly used in our everyday business. However, the term ‘Aviation Management’ may seem unfamiliar. As the aviation industry is unique from its environment, there is a need to specify the focus on applying general management in the aviation industry. Considering the importance of aviation management in airline operations, there will be numerous interesting topics to be studied in advance. In this Journal, we invite all papers that are related to aviation management and airline operations. The author's contribution to this topic will not only be significant to this Journal, but also for future developments in aviation management and airline operations.
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (print ISSN 2217-8961, online ISSN 2812-9105) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal of related scientific research and technology development in the area of metallurgy and materials. Our aim is to publish original experimental and theoretical scientific and/or engineering results that can be reproduced based on the presented data.
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering covers a wide range of topics in the area of metallurgy and materials science, such as structure and behavior of materials, extractive metallurgy, corrosion of materials, biomaterials, composite materials, mechanical properties of materials, catalysts, processing of metals and other materials, including studies of electro- and physical chemistry, modeling, and related computer applications.
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering publishes full-length research papers, preliminary communications, and reviews papers in the English language. The Journal is issued four times a year.
Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture (ESIC) publishes scholarly and scientific articles on every aspect of imaginative culture: literature, film, theater, television, music, ideology, religion, politics, the visual arts, and digital media. Contributors to ESIC also review books from all fields of the evolutionary sciences and humanities. The journal aims to help researchers stay informed about the newest thinking in the broad range of disciplines that converge on imaginative culture. Articles are written in English, but subject matter can include works from any language and any historical period.
Research Briefs on Information & Communication Technology Evolution(ReBICTE)! The primary purpose of ReBICTE is to provide a fast and effective way for the dissemination of original research findings and advanced development results of interest in all areas of Information and Communication. As an open access peer-reviewed journal, ReBICTE allows all papers to be published as soon as they are ready as well as freely downloadable here. Research Briefs on Information & Communication Technology Evolution (ReBICTE) is a peer reviewed and online journal.
ReBICTE publishes original and high-quality contributions including
regular papers, short papers, tutorials, book reviews, surveys, and mini-book.
The South Eastern European Journal of Public Health (SEEJPH) is an open-access international peer-reviewed journal involving all health sciences and public health areas. Devoted to global health SEEJPH welcomes submissions of scientists, researchers, and practitioners from all over the world, but particularly pertinent to southern and eastern countries in transition.
The editors are especially interested in quantitative and qualitative research examining upstream determinants of population health and health services delivery. This very often implies inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral orientation involving multiple professions and people.
SEEJPH accepts - pending on fast external review within four weeks of submission - original research articles, reviews of relevant literature, short reports, case studies, commentaries, and letters to the editor. Submissions can be online or by email and are checked for plagiarism. Accepted papers are published without delay in the current issue, accumulating the most recent contributions successively.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum is the official academic research journal of the The Netherlands Press. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed work in all areas of obstetrics and gynaecology, including contraception, urogynaecology, fertility, oncology and clinical practice. Its aim is to publish the highest quality medical research in women's health, worldwide.
The South African Gastroenterology Review is written by specialists in the field. Its aim is to publish articles pertinent to the practising Gastroenterologist in South Africa. It is distributed to a broad spectrum of clinicians who have an interest in clinical gastroenterology and hepatology.
In recent years, there have been frequent earthquakes, landslides, debris flows, droughts, floods, typhoons, rainstorms, forest and grassland fires, and other natural disasters. Together, they have been responsible for a large number of casualties and property losses. Reducing the impact of natural disasters requires advanced perception, intelligent early warning, accurate prevention and control, and efficient rescue. Detailed scientific research and reports of major natural disaster cases can provide valuable experience and lessons to not only deal with disasters when they arise, but improve emergency response and management in the future.
“Disaster Resilience and Emergency Management” (DREM) is the journal for researchers, policymakers and practitioners across diverse disciplines: earth sciences and their implications; environmental sciences; engineering; urban studies; geography; and the social sciences. DREM publishes fundamental and applied research, critical reviews, policy papers and case studies with a particular focus on multi-disciplinary research that aims to reduce the impact of natural, technological, social and intentional disasters and national emergencies. DREM stimulates exchange of ideas and knowledge transfer on disaster research, mitigation, adaptation, prevention and risk reduction at all geographical scales: local, national and international.