Aims and Scope


Computational engineering as an innovative discipline fusing together the expertise of well-established engineering fields, computational sciences and applied mathematics, utilizes computers and advanced computational methods to analyze and solve engineering problems. The knowledge of mathematics and computational science is used to formulate algorithms and develop software to simulate scenarios and make predictions. In addition to the traditional methodologies of theoretical modelling and experimental exploration, simulation has become an important tool in applications from fundamental research to product development. Computational engineering covers a variety of fields from aircraft design to energy infrastructure to weather prediction and climate research.



Investigations and reviews in all features of experimental studies and physical modeling at any scale and numerical methods in entire engineering backgrounds such as civil, mechanical, aerospace, chemical, environmental, architectural, electrical engineering, computational biology, chemistry, and materials science are included (but not limited) in the subjects.

General scopes can be categorized as follow:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering and Technology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Materials Science
  • Marine Engineering
  • Engineering Geology and Oceanography
  • Mining Engineering
  • Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Architectural Engineering
  • Computational Biology