Mission and Interest Areas

Mission

The Mission of the Case Histories Journal is:

  • To provide a truly valuable, high quality open access publication that can impact the geoengineering profession and society.
  • To focus on the practice of the geoengineering Profession.
  • To link the practice of geotechnical engineering, rock mechanics and engineering geology.
  • To generate an online database of high quality electronic data in geoengineering.

Areas of Interest

The “International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories” covers the broad area of practice in geoengineering. Particularly, topics related to the following Areas are of interest:

  1. Soil Mechanics
  2. Engineering Geology
  3. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  4. Soil Dynamics
  5. Geoenvironmental Engineering
  6. Deep and Shallow foundations
  7. Retaining structures
  8. Deep Excavations
  9. Rock Mechanics
  10. Tunneling
  11. Underground structures
  12. Applications of Geosynthetics
  13. Landslides and Slope Stabilization
  14. Dam engineering and embankments
  15. Special Geotechnical Structures
  16. Forensic engineering
  17. Applications of Constitutive Modelling
  18. Landfill engineering
  19. Reconnaissance of Natural Disasters
  20. Geotechnical Aspects of Monuments and Historic Sites
Papers on well-documented case histories with emphasis on observations and data collected during and after project construction are invited. Accepted manuscripts are published online and in print.