International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: René de Borst, Charbel Farhat
Impact Factor: 2.055
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 14/83 (Engineering Multidisciplinary); 17/99 (Mathematics Interdisciplinary Applications)
Online ISSN: 1097-0207
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Aims and Scope
IJNME publishes original papers describing significant, novel developments in numerical methods that are applicable to engineering problems.
Aims & Scope update: Research focusing on low-speed fluid dynamics, fluid-structure interaction, electromagnetics, coupled diffusion phenomena and mesh generation will now be considered for publication within IJNME.
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Impact Factor News
This year, IJNME's 5-year Impact Factor has increased to 2.509, achieved by maintaining the rigorous standards of excellence and high quality research that has become synonymous with this pioneering journal.
Charbel Farhat has been awarded the The IACM Congress Medal (Gauss-Newton Medal). The IACM Congress Medal (Gauss-Newton Medal) is the highest award given by IACM. It honors individuals who have made outstanding, sustained contributions in the field of computational mechanics generally over periods representing substantial portions of their professional careers.
The medal is bronze and carries the images of Newton and Gauss in recognition of the synergy between mathematics, numerical analysis, and mathematical modeling of physical events that underpin much of the broad field of computational mechanics.
Rene de Borst has been elected as a member of the prestigious European Academy of Sciences and Arts with the inauguration set to take place in March 2015.
This year he is also the first holder of the John Argyris Visiting Professorship at the University of Stuttgart and gave the first John Argyris Honorary Lecture in this capacity on 2 July. The Argyris Visiting Professorship commemorates John Argyris, one of the most decorated experts and innovative thinkers in the field of Simulation Technology.