ICE Proceedings: Maritime Engineering – Call for Papers

New Publications – August 5, 2008

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in the UK and Thomas Telford have announce that ICE Proceedings: Maritime Engineering is currently inviting submissions from the international dredging community.

Maritime Engineering is a unique forum which aims to encourage debate and discussion about all aspects of maritime engineering, including dredging, by bringing together both academics and practitioners.

Why publish in Maritime Engineering?

• Quality – Energy is supported by an international editorial board and offers full peer review. It is published by ICE, a globally recognised centre of excellence for civil engineering, and featured in Thomson Scientific’s Journal Citation Reports 2008.

• Exposure – as part of ICE, one of the largest civil engineering societies in the world, Maritime Engineering can connect you to professionals and academics in your area and ensure that your work is read by the best minds in the industry

• Relevance – The journal focuses on the salt-water environment in the context of safe and sustainable engineering; it aims to publish papers relevant to consulting, client and contracting engineers, and those engaged in management, planning and applied research.

• Ease of publishing – we work hard to make sure that our authors have all the support they need to submit their work and make the publishing process as smooth as possible. Our author services allow you to track your paper online through all editorial and production stages.

Free sample copies are available on the journal’s homepage, and full author guidelines are also available.