Aims And Scope

AURUM- Journal of Engineering Systems and Architecture (A-JESA) is a internationally refereed journal published biannually (July-February) for modeling, analysis, and optimization of complex engineering systems; and also architectural design, planning, research, education, technology, history and art. The journal will serve as a medium for dissemination of empirical as well as theoretical research findings and discussion of physical and conceptual systems. 

Range of topics eligible for publication is wide including but not limited to design, construction, operation and maintenance of machines and more complex thermal/ mechanical/ electromechanical systems, advances in computer architecture and software technologies, novel computational methodologies, power systems, digital electronics systems, signal processing, communication systems, design and advancement of industrial and service systems, risk and uncertainty analysis in complex systems in various domains. 

Additionally, in architectural field research areas is wide including but not limited to architectural design studies, architectural education, computer aided design, cinematic architecture, interior architecture, architectural criticism, construction management, housing studies and sustainability. A-JESA publishes theory and methodology papers describing novel approaches to the problems and issues related to engineering systems and architecture, innovative applications of the theory, invited reviews of literature, and short communications. The journal welcomes articles on interdisciplinary engineering and architectural research as well.