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Aims & Scope


The Journal of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (JEMSE) is a forward-thinking publication that stands at the forefront of bridging engineering management with systems engineering. It distinguishes itself by diving deep into the multifaceted layers of these fields, underscoring their crucial role in driving innovation and efficiency in the broader engineering landscape. JEMSE's mission is to provide a dynamic forum for the exchange of groundbreaking ideas and methodologies, spotlighting the intricate interplay between management strategies and systematized engineering solutions. The journal aims to reshape conventional understanding and practices, fostering a dialogue that spans from theoretical advancements to actionable engineering applications.

JEMSE is committed to advancing the knowledge frontier in engineering management and systems engineering. It invites contributions that challenge existing paradigms and introduce novel approaches to engineering problems. The journal prioritizes in-depth exploration and rigorous analysis, ensuring that each publication not only adds to the academic discourse but also has practical relevance in the real world.

Features that set JEMSE apart include:

  • Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.

  • A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.

  • Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.

  • An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.


JEMSE's scope is broad and dynamic, covering a wide array of topics including, but not limited to:

  • Innovative Engineering Management Practices: Studies on modern management techniques, leadership styles, and organizational structures that drive efficiency and effectiveness in engineering projects.

  • Systems Engineering Methodologies: Exploration of advanced systems engineering principles, practices, and methodologies, including systems integration, modeling, and simulation.

  • Sustainability and Environmental Considerations: Analysis of how engineering management incorporates sustainable practices, environmental impact assessments, and eco-friendly design principles.

  • Emerging Technologies in Engineering: The role and impact of emerging technologies like AI, IoT, robotics, and automation in reshaping engineering management and systems design.

  • Project and Risk Management: Comprehensive approaches to managing risks, uncertainties, and complexities in large-scale engineering projects, including quantitative and qualitative techniques.

  • Quality Control and Assurance in Engineering: Strategies and methodologies for ensuring quality and standards in engineering processes and outputs.

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics: Examining the role of human factors, ergonomics, and user-centered design in systems engineering.

  • Supply Chain and Logistics in Engineering: Insights into the optimization of supply chains, logistics, and inventory management in engineering contexts.

  • Financial and Economic Aspects of Engineering Projects: Evaluation of the economic viability, financial management, and cost-benefit analyses of engineering projects.

  • Global and Cross-Cultural Engineering Management: Understanding the global dimensions of engineering management, including cross-cultural communication, international collaborations, and global project management.

  • Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues in Engineering: Discussions on the ethical considerations, legal frameworks, and regulatory compliances impacting engineering management and systems engineering.

  • Case Studies and Real-World Applications: Detailed case studies that provide insights into practical applications, successes, and challenges in engineering management and systems engineering.

  • Future of Engineering Workspaces: Forecasts and analyses of the future trends in engineering workspaces, including remote working, digital collaboration tools, and virtual teams.

  • Education and Competency Development in Engineering Management: Innovative approaches to education and skill development in engineering management, addressing the needs of evolving industry demands.

  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Innovation: Encouraging studies that foster collaboration between engineering and other disciplines, such as business, economics, and social sciences, to drive innovation.