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Journal of Facade Design and Engineering
The Journal of Facade Design and Engineering presents new research results and new proven practice in the field of facade design and engineering. The goal is to improve building technologies, as well as process management and architectural design. This journal is a valuable resource for professionals and academics involved in the design and engineering of building envelopes, including the following disciplines: Architecture Façade Engineering Climate Design Building Services Integration Building Physics Façade Design and Construction Management Novel Material Applications. The journal will be directed at the scientific community, but it will also feature papers that focus on the dissemination of science into practice and industrial innovations. In this way, readers explore the interaction between scientific developments, technical considerations and management issues.
Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering
Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering is a refereed international Open Access journal, serving researchers in academic and research organizations and all practitioners in the building sector. The journal is jointly-edited by the Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ), the Architectural Institute of Korea (AIK), and the Architectural Society of China (ASC) and published bi-monthly. Asian academics and professionals have made efforts to find solutions to the themes derived from natural, geographical, socio-economical and cultural conditions in Asia. Their achievements have contributed to the evolution of research in the field of architecture and building engineering. For instance, achievements in structural engineering have contributed to the world by developing technology to assure safety of buildings in earthquake-prone areas. Asia has the largest share of the world's population with high densities in urban areas. It is a growing and the most energetic region in terms of building activities, which produces valuable empirical knowledge and lessons to architects and building engineers in Asia. It is quite significant to contribute to global architecture and building engineering by presenting the knowledge and lessons beyond linguistic barriers. By publishing the journal in English, it is expected that Asian wisdom and experience will be disseminated to the world. In the countries where these institutions are based, building professions can enjoy the collaborative and holistic approach because the three institutions distinctively possess the whole range of expertise relating to architecture and building engineering.
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management
ECAM publishes original peer-reviewed research papers, case studies, technical notes, book reviews, features, discussions and other contemporary articles that advance research and practice in engineering, construction and architectural management. In particular, ECAM seeks to advance integrated design and construction practices, project lifecycle management, and sustainable construction. The journal’s scope covers all aspects of architectural design, design management, construction/project management, engineering management of major infrastructure projects, and the operation and management of constructed facilities. ECAM also addresses the technological, process, economic/business, environmental/sustainability, political, and social/human developments that influence the construction project delivery process. ECAM strives to establish strong theoretical and empirical debates in the above areas of engineering, architecture, and construction research. Papers should be heavily integrated with the existing and current body of knowledge within the field and develop explicit and novel contributions. Acknowledging the global character of the field, we welcome papers on regional studies but encourage authors to position the work within the broader international context by reviewing and comparing findings from their regional study with studies conducted in other regions or countries whenever possible.
Architectural Science Review
Founded at the University of Sydney in 1958 by Professor Henry Cowan to promote continued professional development, Architectural Science Review presents a balanced collection of papers on a wide range of topics. From its first issue over 50 years ago the journal documents the profession’s interest in environmental issues, covering topics such as thermal comfort, lighting, and sustainable architecture, contributing to this extensive field of knowledge by seeking papers from a broad geographical area. The journal is supported by an international editorial advisory board of the leading international academics and its reputation has increased globally with individual and institutional subscribers and contributors from around the world. As a result, Architectural Science Review continues to be recognised as not only one of the first, but the leading journal devoted to architectural science, technology and the built environment. Architectural Science Review publishes original research papers, shorter research notes, and abstracts of PhD dissertations and theses in all areas of architectural science including: - building science and technology - environmental sustainability - structures and materials - audio and acoustics - illumination - thermal systems - building physics - building services - building climatology - building economics - ergonomics - history and theory of architectural science - the social sciences of architecture.
Journal of Green Building
The purpose of the Journal of Green Building is to present the very best peer-reviewed research in green building design, construction, engineering, technological innovation, facilities management, building information modeling, and community and urban planning. The Research section of the Journal of Green Building publishes peer-reviewed articles in the fields of engineering, architecture, construction, construction management, building science, facilities management, landscape architecture, interior design, urban and community planning, and all disciplines related to the built environment. In addition, the Journal of Green Building offers the following sections: Industry Corner that offers applied articles of successfully completed sustainable buildings and landscapes; New Directions in Teaching and Research that offers guidance from teachers and researchers on incorporating innovative sustainable learning into the curriculum or the likely directions of future research; and Campus Sustainability that offers articles from programs dedicated to greening the university campus.
Architecture, City and Environment
"Architecture, City and Environment" is the name, whose three words reflect the open spirit of this journal dedicated to the study, from the broadest perspective of human habitat, both in its macro and micro levels, as well in its technological and social sense. ACE is a window for the diffusion of the different disciplines that carry out the architectural, urbanistic and territorial investigations. It is open to new study approaches and designed to disseminate the results in the languages that are familiar to us and that, without forgetting English, we must strengthen. ACE will be spreaded by especialized media diffusion (Universities, Investigation centers, I+D enterprise departments, etc.) of advanced investigations in the following fields: Architectonic and urban heritage: Restoration, rehabilitation and intervention of architectonic and urban heritage. Urban History: Historical evolution analysis of cities, of its physical, economic, social, cultural transformations. Principles and methods evolution for urban planning and land and urban management. Urban and land studies: Urban and land structure analysis. Cities system and metropolitan areas. Urbanization and building models and morphologies. Planning and land and city management: Land and urban planning, urban management and planning execution. Land politics and housing: Landuse, generation and recovering of plusvalues, housing planning and social integral housing, etc.