IJPC 2015: to be announced…
The International Journal of Pavements (IJP) has completed its twelfth year of publication in 2013. On behalf of IJP publisher and editors, we are pleased to announce the first International Journal of Pavements Conference (IJPC) was held on December 9 – 10, 2013 in São Paulo, SP, Brazil.
From 2013 IJPC:
The IJP journal encompasses the following subject areas: accelerated pavement testing; modern practices to design, maintain, and rehabilitate asphalt and concrete pavements; airports, highways, low volume roads; new stabilization and paving technologies; nondestructive evaluation; material testing and characterization; life-cycle analysis and pavement management; sustainability practices; and innovative applications of advanced computer modeling and remote sensing technologies.
This will be an excellent forum to reach out to a large number of industry professionals, educators, researchers, transportation engineers, and agency officials involved in education, research, building, and preserving transportation infrastructure worldwide.
The 2013 IJP Conference provided a unique opportunity to interact and exchange information among professionals and educators of several countries, who are active in designing, constructing, maintaining and preserving, and managing pavement assets. Our main goal is to publicize IJPC among urban planners, engineers and architects, technologists, environmental assessment professionals, city managers, highway and airport agencies, field engineers and constructors, academic researchers, and students. Please forward this announcement to your colleagues.
IJP Chief Editor: Dr. Waheed Uddin, USA
IJP First published January 2002 – Printed in Brazil
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2003: IJP indexed by EBSCO Information Services, Massachusetts, USA. EBSCO is the world’s leading subscription management agent serving libraries worldwide.
2010: IJP given B1, the third highest rating on 8-point Qualis scale, by the Brazilian Ministry of Education CAPES ranking.
2011: IJP indexed by TRID
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