Tamkang University was founded in 1950 and Tamkang Journal was published since 1962. Starting from 1998, Tamkang Journal was divided into two, which are Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering and Tamkang Journal of Humanity and Social Science. Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering became an international journal since 2000 and four issues are published each year. Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering has been published under the new title Journal of Applied Science and Engineering (JASE) since 2012. From 2021, this peer-reviewed journal with a new-look cover will be published bimonthly in print and online.
Journal of Applied Science and Engineering (JASE) devotes to addressing the following broad research topics: Aerospace Engineering, Applied and Engineering Mathematics, Applied Physics, Architecture, Biochemistry and Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering, Computer Science and Information Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical and Electromechanical Engineering, and Environmental Engineering.
Each issue will focus on a particular topic as possible as we can to persistently pursue advanced research papers from all areas. Each article published in this journal is included in EI Compendex/Scopus/ESCI so far.We moreover hope JASE can be recognized by and included in other well-known international databases, such as Science Citation Index Expanded and JCR in the near future. As such, we would like to sincerely invite the prestige and devoted researchers to submit their significant research results to Journal of Applied Science and Engineering (JASE) through the “Scholar One” Online Submission & Peer Review Service. Your submission can not only significantly promote your research effort but will also superb our journal.
Special Issue on Communication Solutions for Wireless Mobile Networks and Advanced Networking
With the rapid advent of various expanding research on wireless mobile networks, such as MANETs, VANETs, CCNs, WSNs, and IoT etc., more and more smart mobile devices (e.g. smart phones, smart-watches, smart-glasses, personal wearable communication devices and wearable healthcare devices, etc.) have been designed to adapt to the development of wireless mobile networks, which indicates that we are entering an era of smart society. By leveraging the wireless mobile networks, smart mobile devices can communicate with each other and exchange information to perform the optimal control or display necessary information anytime and anywhere. Although there have been large numbers of research efforts relevant to this area, it is still necessary to address many challenges of wireless mobile networks by utilizing ongoing works. On one hand, the efficient resource utilization in terms of energy consumption, radio resource allocation, routing selection etc., is still a big challenge in wireless mobile networks. On the other hand, the deployment of exiting wireless mobile networks lacks appropriate monitoring, response mechanisms and cognitive ability etc. Therefore, building “advanced” wireless mobile networks with the features of intelligent and cooperative communication, cross-layer optimization, and security-guarantee etc. has become an utmost important and urgent task to be solved. The aim of this special issue is to motivate researchers to publish their latest research, up-to-date issues, and challenges in the field of wireless mobile networks. Proposed submissions should be original and unpublished. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks, Ad hoc and Opportunistic Networks, Vehicular Networks,
- Trust, security, and privacy in wireless mobile networks
- Data storage, data centers and cloud computing in wireless mobile networks
- Content centric networking
- Mobility management and modeling in wireless mobile networks
- Wireless applications, mobile e-commerce, multimedia
- Wireless network architectures
- High performance network virtualization
- Context and location-aware wireless mobile services & applications
- Cross-layer design and optimization for wireless mobile networks
- Multipath communication over wireless mobile networks
- Wireless & mobile network management and data services
- Energy-saving and QoE-oriented applications
- Deadline for submissions: May 25, 2021.
- 1st round of acceptance notification: June 25, 2021.
- Submission of revised papers: July 15, 2021.
- 2nd round of acceptance notification: Aug 05, 2021.
- Publication online: September 01, 2021.
Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf is Senior Engineering and Telecommunications Lecturer in Al-Nahrain University/College of Information Engineering. He has hold 20 years of university-level teaching experience in computer science and network technology and has a strong CV about research activities in computer science and information technology projects. He has had many published articles indexed in (ISI/Thomson Reuters) and has also participated and presented at numerous international conferences. He holds patents and has received several medals and awards due to his innovative work and research activities. He has good skills in software engineering including experience with: .Net, SQL development, database management, mobile applications design, mobile techniques, Java development, android development, IOS mobile development, Cloud system and computations, website design. His brilliant personal Strengths are in highly self-motivated team player who can work independently with minimum supervision, strong leadership skills, and outgoing personality. He got his B.Sc. in software engineering field from Al_Rafidain University College in Iraq. He got his M. Sc. in computer engineering field from Belarussian National Technical University. After that, he got his PhD in the field of computer networks from faculty of computer systems & software engineering - University Malaysia, Pahang. He has overseas Work experiences in University in Binary University in Malaysia and University Malaysia Pahang.
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Kingsley A. Ogudo: PhD received the NDip, NHD., and B.Tech. Degrees in electrical and electronics engineering from Federal Polytechnic Auchi, Nigeria, and the M. Tech in Electronics/telecommunication engineering and Doctoral Degree in electrical and electronics engineering technology from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), South Africa, in 2010 and 2016 respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Electronics and Optoelectronics systems from the University of Paris Est, France in year 2018. His research interest includes electronic, optoelectronic devices, Power electronics; System Integration of Devices based on Renewable Energy Management Sources, Telecommunication engineering high-frequency electronics, physics and applied mathematics. He is a Professional Engineer Technologist certified by ECSA. He has published more than 20 international Journal articles and conference papers. He is currently a Senior Lecturer/Researcher at the department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Johannesburg (UJ), South Africa.
A.E IEEE Access Closemobile R&D, Spain
Jesus Hamilton Ortiz obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics at the Universidad Santiago de Cali, his DEA in Telecommunications Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and his PhD in Computer Engineering from the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha. He was previously an assistant professor and researcher at the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha and is currently a full-time professor in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University UNAD. He is also an editor and reviewer for various international publications about mobile ad hoc and telecommunication networks. Additionally, he is currently managing a wireless network application project and advisor in bachelor's/master's degree thesis. He is a founding partner of SME close mobile, focused on R&D projects around of fly ad hoc networks and partner of SOTICOL spin off focused in swarm drones. Also is associate editor in IEEE ACCESS.