ISSN : 2523-1340 ( Online )
  ISSN : 2523-1405 ( Print )

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About the journal

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Topics in Civil, Environmental & Building Engineering (TICEBE) proceedings from major, peer-reviewed scientific conferences are all published following our unique publishing model: the conference sponsors our publishing services in exchange for ensures a professional publication of the Proceedings, including ISSN, DOIs, indexing services and freely accessible articles on its website. Thus, all the articles of the proceedings in our series that are published online will be indexed and archived professionally and will be freely available for all.

 

Aims & Scope

The topics include but not limited to; civil, structural engineering, earthquake engineering, concrete engineering construction management, steel structures, engineering mechanics, water resources engineering, hydraulic engineering, hydraulic structures, environmental engineering, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, surveying and geomatics, soil sciences, hydrology, oceanography, climatology, geology, geography, energy engineering (production, distribution and storage), renewable energy, sustainable development, natural resources management.

 

Publishing Information

Topics in Civil, Environmental & Building Engineering (TICEBE) aims at publishing original proceedings from international conferences. With a fast turnaround time and free access on the Internet, the proceedings in this series provide an excellent means for conferences and their participants to quickly publish their articles to the widest possible audience. Proceedings are published on-line (either with limited access or in Open Access mode). Print and CD-ROMs can be provided on demand.

In order to guarantee the quality of our publications we only accept articles for publication which have been peer-reviewed by at least 2 external reviewers, which is the current standard for scientific journals, proceedings and books.

All articles get a digital object identifier (DOI). DOIs are standardised digital identities used across all major scientific publishers and are managed by CrossRef. TICEBE adheres to the principles of Creative Commons, meaning that we do not claim copyright of the work we publish. We only ask people using one of our publications to respect the integrity of the work and to refer to the original location, title and author(s).

 

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