ENGINEER - The Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka
The Journal ‘ENGINEER’, a quarterly journal has been established by The Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka, to publish articles of value and interest to Engineers and contribute to the advancement of the Profession of Engineering. Articles would be based on Engineering research and applications, review of past practices, information of current interest, or probing into new fields of Engineering activity. They shall be presentations of thought provoking study contributing to planning, analysis, design, construction/fabrication/production, management and/or maintenance of Engineering developments.
ENGINEER, first published in 1973, is published in the months of January, April, July & October of the year. All published articles have been refereed in anonymity (double blind refereeing) by at least two subject specialists. Section I is dedicated for articles based on Engineering Research while Section II is intended for articles of Professional Interest.
For the journal's policy on 'Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement' go to the Publication Ethics page.
All articles published in the journal are deposited in Crossref
Eng. J. Meegoda - President (Chairman)
Eng. (Prof.) T. M. Pallewatta - Editor ‘ENGINEER’
Eng. (Dr.) J. Manatunga - Editor Transactions
Eng. Indika Walpitage - Editor ‘SLEN’
Eng. (Prof.) (Mrs.) N. Rathnayaka
Eng. (Prof.) K. P. P. Pathirana
Eng. (Prof.) D. A. R. Dolage
Eng. W. A. N. M. Abeysekera
Eng. (Dr.) (Mrs.) T. N. Wickramaarachi
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Engineer does not charge for evaluation, review or publication of materials. The total cost of publication is borne by the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.