Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences (JAES) 
is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Faculty of Constructions and Architecture, in University of Oradea Publishing House. The journal publishes research papers in the fields of Civil engineering and installations, Geodesic engineering, Electrical and energetical engineering in constructions fields.

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All scientific papers accepted to publishing are thoroughly analyzed by a scientific committee formed by Romanian and foreign university professors, internationally recognized in their area of expertise. In 2009 the magazine has undergone an assessment by C.N.C.S.I.S. being rated in category B, and in June 15th 2010 it has been rated B+ by the same C.N.C.S.I.S. Our journal is accepted in five International Databases (IDB):

  • ESCI (covered by Clarivate Analytics - Web of Science - WoS),


  • EBSCO,


  • DRJI,

  • Ulrich’s,

  • Index Copernicus.

For more details see Journal's Indexing

Since 2011, the Journal is registered on SCIPIO, the Romanian Publishing Platform website. Since 2010 the magazine has been issued twice a year, in July (containing scientific papers of Romanian and foreign specialists) and one in November, usually containing scientific papers that had been presented at the National Conference – international event – MODERN TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE THIRD MILLENIUM. Starting with 2011, the magazine is biannual published (in May and December) under its new name, JAES, and is in competition for ISI classification.

As a result of the various subjects from the following domains:

  • Civil engineering and installations,

  • Geodesic engineering,

  • Electrical and energetical engineering in civil engineering domain.

tackled so far in our journal’s pages, in JAES they are all included in the large Civil Engineering area. It means that the magazine, through the category domain established above, includes resources on the planning, design, construction, maintenance of fixed structures and ground facilities for industry, occupancy, transportation, use and control of water, even harbour facilities. At the same time, resources may cover the sub-fields of structural engineering, geotechnics, earthquake and geodesic engineering, ocean engineering, water resources and supply, marine engineering, transportation engineering, and municipal engineering.