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Editor-in-Chief
   Prof. Kunwoo Lee
   Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

Co-Editors-in-Chief
   Prof. Young Choi
   Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea

   Prof. Shuming Gao
   Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Prov., China

   Prof. Jami J. Shah
   Arizona State University, Mesa, AZ, USA

   Prof. Hiromasa Suzuki
   University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Managing Editor
   Prof. Chang-Koon Choi
   KAIST, Daejeon, Korea

Editors
   Prof. Balan Gurumoorthy
   Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

   Prof. Kwang Hee Ko
   GIST, Gwangju, Korea

   Prof. Sang Hun Lee
   Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea

   Prof. Sangchul Park
   Ajou University, Suwon, Korea

   Prof. Kenji Shimada
   Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA

ISSN:2288-4300 (Print) ISSN:2288-5048 (Online)
Vol. 2(4 issues) for 2015, Quarterly
Homepage: http://www.jcde.org/
Aims and Scope

Journal of Computational Design and Engineering is an international journal that aims to provide academia and industry with a venue for rapid publication of research papers reporting innovative computational methods and applications to achieve a major breakthrough, practical improvements, and bold new research directions within a wide range of design and engineering:

    • Theory and its progress in computational advancement for design and engineering
    • Development of computational framework to support large scale design and engineering
    • Interaction issues among human, designed artifacts, and systems
    • Knowledge-intensive technologies for intelligent and sustainable systems
    • Emerging technology and convergence of technology fields presented with
      convincing design examples
    • Educational issues for academia, practitioners, and future generation
    • Proposal on new research directions as well as survey and retrospectives on mature field

Examples of relevant topics include traditional and emerging issues in design and engineering but are not limited to:

    • Field specific issues in mechanical, aerospace, shipbuilding, industrial, architectural, plant,
      and civil engineering as well as industrial design
    • Geometric modeling and processing, solid and heterogeneous modeling, computational
      geometry, features, and virtual prototyping
    • Computer graphics, virtual and augmented reality, and scientific visualization
    • Human modeling and engineering, user interaction and experience, HCI, HMI, human-vehicle
      interaction(HVI), cognitive engineering, and human factors and ergonomics with computers
    • Knowledge-based engineering, intelligent CAD, AI and machine learning in design,
      and ontology
    • Product data exchange and management, PDM/PLM/CPC, PDX/PDQ, interoperability,
      data mining, and database issues
    • Design theory and methodology, sustainable design and engineering, concurrent engineering,
      and collaborative engineering
    • Digital/virtual manufacturing, rapid prototyping and tooling, and CNC machining
    • Computer aided inspection, geometric and engineering tolerancing, and reverse engineering
    • Finite element analysis, optimization, meshes and discretization, and virtual engineering
    • Bio-CAD, Nano-CAD, and medical applications
    • Industrial design, aesthetic design, new media, and design education
    • Survey and benchmark reports
Editorial Board
 
Prof. Hyun Chung
KAIST, Korea

Prof. Soonhung Han
KAIST, Korea

Prof. Shimin Hu
Tsinghua Univ., China

Prof. Satoshi Kanai
Hokkaido Univ., Japan

Prof. Deok-Soo Kim
Hanyang Univ., Korea

Dr. Jinman Kim
The Univ. of Sydney, Australia

Prof. Tae Wan Kim
Seoul National Univ., Korea

Prof. Wangdo Kim
Technical Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal

Dr. Joo-Haeng Lee
ETRI, Korea

Prof. Wonsook Lee
Univ. of Ottawa, Canada

Prof. Teo Ai Lin
Nat'l Univ. of Singapore, Singapore
Prof. Takashi Maekawa
Yokohama Nat'l Univ., Japan

Prof. Jun Mitani
Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan

Prof. Duhwan Mun
Kyungpook Nat'l Univ., Korea

Prof. Ahmad H. Nasri
American Univ. of Beirut, Lebanon

Prof. Sangdo Noh
Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea

Prof. Tom Peters
Univ. of Connecticut, USA

Prof. Kishore Pochiraju
Stevens Inst. of Tech., USA

Prof. Hong Qin
SUNY Stony Brook, USA

Dr. Sudarsan Rachuri
NIST, USA

Prof. John Rasmussen
Aalborg Univ., Denmark

Prof. Tathagata Ray
BITS Pilani, India
Prof. Myung-Il Roh
Seoul National Univ., Korea

Prof. Takis Sakkalis
Agricultural Univ. of Athens, Greece

Prof. Hayong Shin
KAIST, Korea

Prof. Yong Suh
California State Univ., USA

Prof. Jian Sun
Tsinghua Univ., China

Prof. Kai Tang
HKUST, China

Prof. Tetsuo Tomiyama
Cranfield Univ., UK

Prof. Hyuckje Woo
Gyeonggi College of Sci. and Tech., Korea

Prof. Ji Hyun Yang
Kookmin Univ., Korea

Prof. Yong Zeng
Concordia Univ., Canada



Instructions to Authors

1. Submission of the paper
Authors are asked to submit manuscripts electronically in PDF format, through the Techno-Press Manuscript Upload System (TeMUS) (http://www.techno-press.org/papers). In exceptional circumstances, special issue papers may be directly submitted to the Guest Editor. If you have difficulties in using TeMUS, please contact us at [editor-in-chief@jcde.org]. On receiving a submitted paper, the system will issue a paper ID and Password to the corresponding author, which may be conveniently used to check the status of submitted papers.
 
2. Preparation of the manuscript
General : The manuscripts should be in English, and typed with double column and single line spacing on single sided A4 or US Letter paper. Submitted papers will be published in two categories, i.e. 1) Regular technical papers, and 2) Review papers. The first page of an article should contain; (1) the paper title, which well reflects the contents of the paper (Times New Roman, 16pt), (2) all the name(s) and affiliations(s) of the authors(s) (Times New Roman, 11.5 pt), (3) an abstract of 100~250 words (Times New Roman, 9pt), (4) 5-10 keywords following the abstract, and (5) footnote (personal title and email address of the corresponding author (required)). The paper should be concluded with proper conclusions, which reflect the findings in the paper. The normal length of the technical paper should be about 6-10 journal pages. There will be no page charges, and no other fees, unless the author wishes arrangements to provide open access to his or her article. Authors are advised to use the Microsoft Word template file provided in the JCDE homepage (http://www.jcde.org).
Tables and figures : Tables and figures should be consecutively numbered, and have short titles. They should be referred to in the text as in the following examples (e.g. Figure 1(a), Figures 1 and 2, Figures 1(a)- (d) / Table 1, Tables 1-2), etc. The texts used in figures and/or tables should be 8 pt or larger (Times New Roman). Tables should have borders (i.e. a 1/2pt plain line box), with the caption right before the table. Figures and tables should be placed at the top, or at the bottom of each column. The authors should provide a high quality editable image file. All of the original figures are required at the end of the manuscript, for reference in editing
Units and mathematical expressions : It is desirable that units of measurements and abbreviations should follow the System Internationale (SI), except where another unit system is more suitable. The numbers identifying the displayed mathematical expression should be placed in parentheses, and referred to in the text as in the following examples (e.g. Equation (1), Equations. (1)-(2)). Authors are highly encouraged to use the built-in equation editing function provided in MS Word 2007 and later versions. Image-copied text or equations are not acceptable, unless they are editable. Raised or lowered fonts cannot be used for superscription or subscription.
References : A list of references that reflect the current state of technology in the field should be located in a Reference section after the conclusions of the paper. References should be prepared in accordance with the guidelines in the template.
 
3. Review
All the submitted papers will undergo a peer-review process, and those papers positively recommended by at least two expert reviewers will be finally accepted for publication in the Techno-Press journals, after any required modifications are made.
 
4. Proofs
Proofs will be sent to the corresponding author by e-mail, to correct any typesetting errors. Alterations to the original manuscript will not be accepted at this stage. Proofs should be returned within 48 hours of receipt.
 
5. Copyright
Submission of an article to the Journal of Computational Design and Engineering implies that it presents an original and unpublished work, which is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. On acceptance of the submitted manuscript, it is implied that the copyright thereof is transferred to the Society of CAD/CAM Engineers and Techno-Press. A Transfer of Copyright Agreement may also be submitted.

* Authors' Guide
* Template
Forthcoming Articles
Tentative titles of forthcoming papers

*Dr. W Kim Ecological foundations of human motion model;*Dr. T Lemaire Permselectivity effects in the transport within bone tissue;*Dr. J Pauk Decision support system for flat feet treatment;*Dr. R Tiossi Current methods for studying the biomechanics of implant-supported dental prosthesis;* Dr. MR Torry Dynamic assessment of knee function relating to ACL function and injury - a review;*Dr. TCT Wu The effects of fatigue on windmill pitching mechanics in softball;*Prof. R Dumas On the (re)definition of segment coordinate systems and joint coordinate systems for 3D human movement analysis;*Prof. JMR Tavares Image processing and analysis in biomechanics-techniques and applications;*Prof. Z Sun Role of hemodynamics in the pathogenesis and progression of coronary artery disease;*Dr. RECD Gabriel Ground reaction forces of postmenopausal women: influence of heel bone mineral density and regional soft lean mass;*Dr. R Hambli 3D Finite element simulation of human proximal femoral fracture under quasi-static load;*Dr. NN Zheng Knee joint kinematics following ACL reconstruction;*Prof. YH Kim Measurements of contact pressure and local shear stress for diabetic foot during walking;

Some prospective authors

* Prof. A Al-Jumaily, * Prof. DAG Alvarado, * Dr. Angara * Dr. W Bertucci, * Dr. YG Chun, * Dr. C Falco, * Dr. T Franz, * Dr. A Gloria, * Dr. KJ McQuade, * Dr. S Muftu, * Dr. FC Su, * Dr. G Vannozzi, * Dr. J Zhu, * Prof. M Zidi
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