Aims and Scope

Computational Science and Engineering is a rapidly evolving field that utilized the power of computation as an approach to major challenges at the frontiers of natural and social science and all engineering fields. That deals with the development and application of computational models and simulations, often coupled with high-performance computing, to solve complex problems arising in the science and engineering field.

International Journal of Research for Science and Computational Engineering is an international journal. The aim and scope of the journal are in science and Computational Engineering aimed to provide interdisciplinary publication for the dissemination of the current basic and advanced knowledge in science and Engineering. International Journal of Research for Science and Computational Engineering publishes original research work both in a full-length article, review article, and a technical article in the fields are:

Physics: Computational Particle Physics, Automatic Calculation of Particle Interaction or Decay, Plasma Modeling, Cosmological Simulations, Astrophysics, Physics of the Atmosphere, Fluid Dynamics

Chemistry: Calculating the Structures and Properties of Chemical Compounds/Molecules and Solids, Computational Chemistry/Cheminformatics, Molecular Mechanics Simulations, Computational Chemical Methods in Solid-State Physics, Chemical PollutionTransport

Biology and Medicine: Protein Folding Simulations (and other macromolecules), Bioinformatics, Genomics, Computational Neurological Modeling, Modeling of Biological Systems (e.g., ecological systems), 3D CT Ultrasound, MRI Imaging, Molecular Bio-Networks, Cancer, and Seizure Control

Environmental Science and Engineering and Numerical Weather Prediction: Climate Research, Computational Geophysics (Seismic Processing), Modeling of Natural Disasters

Nuclear Science and Engineering: Nuclear Reactor Modeling, Radiation Shielding Simulations, Fusion Simulations

Battlefield Simulations and Military Gaming, Homeland Security, Emergency Response

Petroleum Engineering: Petroleum Reservoir Modeling, Oil and Gas Exploration

Epidemiology: Influenza Spread.

Mathematics: Algebra, Combinatorics, and Geometry, Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Applied Analysis, Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Finance, Computational Finance, Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing, and Topology and Differential Geometry.

Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering: Combustion Simulations, Structural Dynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Thermodynamics, Computational Solid Mechanics, Vehicle Crash Simulation, Biomechanics, Trajectory Calculation of Satellites, Astrophysical Systems.

Civil Engineering: Finite Element Analysis, Structures with Random Loads, Construction Engineering, Water Supply Systems, Transportation/Vehicle Modeling.

Industrial Engineering: Discrete Event and Monte-Carlo Simulations (for logistics and manufacturing systems for example), Queueing Networks, Mathematical Optimization.

Material Science: Glass Manufacturing, Polymers, and Crystals.

Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Telecommunications: VLSI, Computational Electromagnetics, Semiconductor Modeling, Simulation of Microelectronics, Energy Infrastructure, RF Simulation, Networks, Simulator Design and Development, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Control Theory, Robotics.