New Partnership with Taylor & Francis
IABSE is pleased to announce its new partnership with Taylor & Francis Group as the
publisher of its highly regarded publication, Structural Engineering International (SEI). Starting 2018 onwards, Taylor & Francis will publish and distribute SEI to all IABSE members and will be taking over its subscription, sales and marketing. IABSE remains owner of the journal and the content continues to be under the responsibility of SEI
Editorial Board. More information will soon be available.
Published since: 1991
Impact Factor: 0.621
Full paper acceptance ratio:37%
Structural Engineering International (SEI),
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the quarterly Journal of IABSE, is the leading international journal of structural engineering dealing with all types of structures and materials. SEI offers its readers a unique blend of short profiles on recent structures, and longer, in-depth technical articles on research, development, design, construction and maintenance. Articles are written by practicing engineers and academia from around the world and reflect the high standards of IABSE.
Aims and Scope: Structural Engineering International (SEI) publishes technical reports and scientific papers with a focus on structural engineering, to bridge the gap between professionals and academics. SEI is a journal with a mix of articles ranging from practical to scientific. SEI publishes articles on recent structures, developments in practice and research. Articles in SEI consider all types of structures, bridges, buildings, offshore structures, etc., constructed from all types of building materials: concrete, steel, composites, timber, fibre reinforced polymers, glass, etc. Articles in SEI also deal with the sustainability of structures and a broad range of structural engineering practice from design to construction to maintenance and monitoring, and finally to the re-use or demolition of structures.
All technical articles are reviewed by the IABSE SEI Editorial Board
, with collaboration of over 250 Reviewers
over 20 Correspondents. In April 2012, the journal was selected by Thomson Reuters to be indexed in Web of Science ; Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch); Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition; Current Contents/Engineering, Computing, and Technology starting with Vol.20(1) 2010.
IABSE Peer Review stamps are given to papers that have passed through a highly selective review process and demonstrate a significant contribution to the state of structural engineering knowledge. The is supported by the internet based manuscript submission and review system ‘ScholarOne’ from Thomson Reuters. To recognise contributions of the highest quality, an Outstanding Paper Award is presented each year. Since 2010 the high standing of the journal is supported by the SEI Advisory Board.
published: first week of February, May, August, November
abstracted and indexed at:
- Web of ScienceSM
- Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch)
- Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
- Current ContentsR/Engineering, Computing and Technology
- CAB Abstracts database
- Cambridge Scientific Abstracts under CSA Civil Engineering Abstracts
- Construction and Building Abstracts (CBA)
- Emerald Abstracts, International Civil Engineering Abstracts
- Information Science for Physics, Electronics, and Computing (INSPEC)
The journal is included in the IABSE Membership.
Yearly subscription to only the journal is also possible, more information here..
Some of the Institutional Subscribers are:
Georgia Tech. Library, Atlanta GA, USA
Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA, USA
M.I.T. Libraries, Cambridge MA, USA
Meijo Univ. Riko-Gakubu, Aichi, Japan
Princeton Univ., Princeton NJ, USA
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea Rep.
Serials Office HAL, Monash Universîty, Clayton Vic., Australia
Stanford University, Stanford CA, USA
Univ. Politecnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Università di Trento, Trento, Italy
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria