Submissions is open
Submissions is open
The Journal of Applied Research and Technology (JART) is a bimonthly open-access journal that publishes papers in English on innovative applications, development of new technologies and efficient solutions in engineering, computing and scientific research. We publish manuscripts describing original research, with significant results based on experimental, theoretical and numerical work.
The journal classifies research into the following main fields:
Biomaterials, carbon, ceramics, composite, metals, polymers, thin films, functional materials and semiconductors.
Computer graphics and visualization, programming, human-computer interaction, neural networks, image processing and software engineering.
Logistics, inventory, transportation, supply chains, facility location, scheduling, operational research, management science, production planning, and information technologies and environmental issues related to industrial engineering.
Solid-state physics, radio engineering, telecommunications, control systems, signal processing, power electronics, electronic devices and circuits and automation.
Measurement devices (pressure, temperature, flow, voltage, frequency, radiation, photons, etc.), precision engineering, medical devices, instrumentation for education (devices and software), sensors technology, mechatronics, and robotics.
Regular Articles report original research that has not previously published. It should be limited 30,000 characters (incl. blanks), up to 10 figures and 6 tables.
Short communications report new ideas or work-in-progress on experimental or theoretical studies in the fields covered by JART. Short communications should be limited to 15,000 characters (incl. blanks), up to 4 figures and up to 2 tables.
Review Articles give a critical assessment of a particular field covered by the journal. A limited number of review articles can be annually published by JART; therefore, authors should contact the Editor-in-Chief before submitting their manuscript. Review articles should be limited to 50,000 characters (incl. blanks), up to 15 figures and up to 10 tables.
Vol 19 No 4 (2021)