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The Scientific Journals (SJ) issued by the Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS) is a magazine which presents results of MUS research and educational activities. The SJ has been published since 1973 but in 2004 it changed the ISSN from 0209-2069 to 1733-8670 as a result of MUS changing its name from Wyższa Szkoła Morska w Szczecinie to Akademia Morska w Szczecinie.

At the beginning there were several papers published in the SJ and they were connected with maritime affairs. Doctoral and habilitation theses had also been published then. With time the SJ scope expanded to among others nautical issues, operation of the vessel, marine power plant operation. The magazine presented also symposium and conference proceedings.

Since 2008, the magazine has been published in A4 format with a new layout and since 2010 it has been publishing articles in English. By the end of 2014 a total of 112 Scientific Journals had been published.

The SJ Scientific Board  ensures high quality of published papers. All papers are reviewed confidentially and anonymously (double blind review) and are a subject of scientific edition.

The Scientific Journals printed version is primary.

  

The scope of our quarterly is associated with widely understood maritime sector which all the faculties of the Maritime University of Szczecin have great contribution to. The topics are the following:

  • Marine Engineering & Innovation (ship engineering, marine materials, ship propulsion systems, marine power plants, marine auxiliary machinery, engines, machines and devices exploitation, maintenance, operation, energy efficiency of marine systems, marine environmental protection, mechanics and thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, chemistry and technology of fuel and oils, technical diagnostics, machinery repairs and condition monitoring, safety and operational reliability of marine systems, modern constructions of marine diesels, shipbuilding, marine power systems, electrical engineering and automatics, control systems, robotics, sensors, production, transmission and distribution of energy, mechatronic systems, fire protection, electric drives, etc.);
  • Navigation & Maritime Transport (marine navigation, vessel construction and stability, meteorology and oceanography, marine rescue and shipping security, LNG & LCH transport, marine traffic engineering, manouevre and pilotage, navigational safety, navigational equipment, computer marine technologies, communication, geomatics, deep-sea fisheries, deep sea mining, offshore oil and gas industry, energy production from waves, tides and ocean currents, wind power plant, hydro-engineering
  • Transportation Engineering (transport technique, integrated transport technology and environmental protection, commodities science, quality management, computer methods in transport, organization and management in transport, logistics, transport systems, handling facilities in port, maritime affairs, transport policy, production engineering, education of engineers, STCW - Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping, application of simulators in teaching, commercialisation of research results, innovation  management).
 

 

  

 
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