Civil Engineering publisher at Elsevier - manage academic and case study journals.Other
I'm working on a new series of publications called Case Studies in. We've so far published on design criteria for a tennis court in Melbourne, tunnel fire safety guidelines in Norway and barriers to innovation in the construction materials sector.
Some more info on the case studies publications below:
Case Studies in provides a comprehensive and open platform of professional, objective, technical accounts of usable outcomes of research alongside overviews of industry projects across a variety of engineering disciplines. Case Studies in has been developed with the aim of providing a forum for knowledge transfer in engineering by showcasing insights from those at the forefront of innovation - highlighting problems, challenges and solutions in practice as well as the application of research projects. We welcome contributions to Case Studies in from both industry and academia with the aim of raising awareness of current research and its applicability in practice, as well as hearing from industry on success stories, the problems they face and the solutions to these problems.
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