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Department of Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics (Katedra za mehanizaciju), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia together with Institute for Engineering Design and Logistics Engineering (Institut für Konstruktionswissenschaften und Technische Logistik, Der Forschungsbereich Konstruktionslehre und Fördertechnik), Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria are going to organize the XX Triennial International Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics, MHCL2012, which will take place in Belgrade 3-5 October 2012.
The first Conference was established 36 years ago, in 1976 by Professor Đorđe Zrnić and up to now it gathered together scientists and researchers from all republics (now independent states) of former SFR Yugoslavia (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, and Republic of Macedonia), as well as from Austria, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, South Korea, Switzerland, UK and USA, working in the field of Material Handling, Conveying Technologies, Constructions and Construction/Mining Machinery, and Technical and Transport Logistics.
The main goal of the Conference is to make the scientific/research exchange between similar academic Departments and Institutes from different countries, as well as individual researcher in the field, in order for possible professional cooperation or to apply for international programs or bilateral research and scientific projects offered by EU or other institutions.
A Conference Proceedings book with ISBN and a CD as well will be available at the beginning of the Conference and distributed to all registered participants.
Selected papers presented during Conference, after peer review, will be published in the following international journals:
Technical Gazette (IF2010=0,083)
Journal is referred in: The Thomson Reuters services Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch ) and Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition INSPEC, Scopus, Geo Abstracts (Civil Engineering, Process Engineering and FLUIDEX) (DIALOG, ESA/IRS), Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA: Metals Abstracts/METADEX, Engineering Materials Abstracts, Ceramic Abstracts, Corrosion Abstracts, and Materials Business FileSteel Alerts), EMBASE, Elsevier Biobase, Elsevier GeoAbstracts, Ei-Compendex, PaperChem.
Five to seven selected papers from Special Session Maritime and Port Logistics and one to two selected papers from other Sessions will be published in Journal of Mechanical Engineering (SV-JME).
SV-JME Journal of Mechanical Engineering (IF2010=0,466)
Journal is referred in: SCI-Expanded (The Thomson Reuters services Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch ) and Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition INSPEC)), Advanced Polymer Abstracts, Aluminium Industry Abstracts, Compendex, ProQuest – Cambridge, Scientific Abstracts (PQ-CSA) Civil Engineering Abstracts, PQ-CSA Mechanical & Transportation Engineering Abstracts, Ceramic Abstracts, Composites Industry Abstracts, Computer and Information Systems Abstracts Journal, Corrosion Abstracts, Earthquake Engineering Abstracts, Electronics and Communications Abstracts Journal, Engineered Materials Abstracts, The Engineering Index Monthly, Inspec, International Aerospace Abstracts, Materials Business File, METADEX, Referativnyi Zhurnal, SCOPUS, Solid State and Superconductivity Abstracts, TEMA, World Ceramics Abstracts. SV-JME is included in SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) indicator and listed in Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.
FME Transactions (indexed by SCOPUS)
Journal of Applied Engineering Science (indexed by SCOPUS)