The International Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology (IJAET) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that provides a platform for the dissemination of the latest research and advancements in the fields of architectural engineering and technology. The journal covers a wide range of topics related to the design, construction, and operation of buildings, structures, and other built environments, including building materials, building systems, building energy efficiency, building physics, and more. The aim of IJAET is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange of ideas among researchers, academics, and practitioners in the architectural engineering and technology community.
IJAET publishes original research articles, review papers, and technical reports that advance our understanding of the design, construction, and operation of buildings, structures, and other built environments. The journal also provides a forum for the discussion of challenges and opportunities related to the creation of high-performance, sustainable, and resilient buildings and built environments. Whether you are a researcher, academic, or practitioner working in the fields of architectural engineering and technology, IJAET provides a valuable resource for keeping up-to-date with the latest developments and advancements in these fields.
The journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of knowledge and technology in the fields of architectural engineering and technology, and to fostering interdisciplinary collaboration among researchers, academics, and practitioners in these fields.
Call for Papers: Solidarity and Sustainability in Architectural Engineering Technology
This issue seeks to showcase the innovative intersection of solidarity and sustainability within the realm of architectural engineering, highlighting the imperative to enhance safety, well-being, and ecological harmony on a global scale.
Submission Deadline: November 15, 2023
Call for Paper: Designing Spaces and Services in Contemporary Cities
Over the years, our public spaces lost their original function as the place of political and social life - virtual space and social media have replaced physical spaces and face-to-face social exchanges.
This special issue brings together ideas and research to contribute to planning a sustainable future with quality of life for our small and remote places.
Keyword: urban design; services; territory; architecture, urbanism; remote places; co-creation
Call for Paper: The Acoustic Characteristics of Religious Buildings
One of the fundamental acoustic experiences in a culture is the sound of Religious Buildings.
This special issue explores the acoustic characteristics of religious buildings (e.g., temples, mosques, churches, etc.). We invite academics, architects, and acousticians to not only highlight the methods used but to seek new paths in this era of scientific convergence. We accept original research papers and review articles focusing on various topics with the architectural acoustics of religious buildings as the point of reference.
Topics covered include
- architectural culture
- planning and financing
- building-system integration
- structural and computer-aided design
- design and analysis of HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning)
- fire protection and electrical system
- energy conservation
- conversion and renovation
- artistic practices and urbanism