AIMS and SCOPE
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology (JOET) is a medium for the publication of original research and development work in the field of ocean engineering. JOET covers the entire range of issues and technologies related to the following topics:
It contains original research articles, case reports, brief communications and reviews on technial issues.
Conference papers, research papers, diploma papers and academic articles can be submitted. All of the manuscripts are peer-reviewed.
|Journal Title||Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology|
|Journal Abbreviation||J. Ocean Eng. Technol.|
|Title in Korean||
|Publication Date||- Launched in 1987
- 6 times (the last day of February, April, June, August, October and December) a year
Publisher & Ownership
The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers (KSOE) (www.ksoe.or.kr)
|Copyright||The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers (KSOE)|
|DOI Prefix||10.26748, 10.5574|
|Continued By||Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology = 한국해양공학회|
|Open Access||CC-BY-NC (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/)|
|Abstracting and indexing||KCI (Korean Citation Index), CrossRef, Science Cenetral, OAK Cental, Google Scholar, DOAJ, and Korea Science|
|Fund Support||This journal was supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies(KOFST) grant funded by the Korean government.|
Revenue sources of journal are from the support of publisher (The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers), Korea Government's support, and author fees.
|Direct marketing||Journal propagation has been done through the journal website. Invitations to submit a manuscript are usually focused on the presenters at conferences, seminars, or workshops if the topic is related to the journal's aims and scope.|
JOET is an open access journal currently published online. Therefore, all ocean engineers and researchers around the world can easily access all journal articles via the journal homepage (https://www.joet.org) and download the PDF-based original texts or view the web-based XML texts for free. JOET has a system where two or more peer reviewers must review each submitted paper and it is operated very strictly.