International Journal of Modern Manufacturing Technologies (IJMMT), ISSN 2067-3604
SCOPUS: 2022 CiteScore: 1.0; 2021 CiteScore: 0.9; 2020 CiteScore: 1.0; 2019 CiteScore: 1.0; 2018 CiteScore: 0.76; 2017 CiteScore: 0.63; 2016 CiteScore: 0.36;
INDEX COPERNICUS INTERNATIONAL: 2021 - ICV 104.29; 2020 - ICV 102.47; 2019 - ICV 108,83; 2018 - ICV 107.06; 2017 - ICV 106.78; 2016 - ICV 79.75; 2015 - ICV 62.76; 2014 - ICV 53.19; 2013 - ICV 5.46; 2012 - ICV 5.46
The International Journal of Modern Manufacturing Technologies has been born as a consequence of the natural necessity of putting into circulation a journal specialized in manufacturing technologies, an area whose topicality is obvious. The journal is addressed to mechanical field experts of both nano, micro and macro levels.
The Journal aims to provide a forum for the prompt publication of original research on all topics presented below. Basic research papers are welcomed as well as proposals for review articles.
The main topics of the journal are: Micro & Nano Technologies; Rapid Prototyping Technologies; High Speed Manufacturing Processes; Ecological Technologies in Machine Manufacturing; Manufacturing and Automation; Flexible Manufacturing; New Manufacturing Processes; Design, Control and Exploitation; Assembly and Disassembly; Cold Forming Technologies; Optimization of Experimental Research and Manufacturing Processes; Maintenance, Reliability, Life Cycle Time and Cost; CAD/CAM/CAE/CAX Integrated Systems; Composite Materials Technologies; Non-conventional Technologies; Concurrent Engineering; Virtual Manufacturing; Innovation, Creativity and Industrial Development.
The journal is supported by the Professional Association in Modern Manufacturing Technologies, ModTech Iasi-Romania.
The Editorial Committee includes specialists from 18 countries, namely: from Romania - 2, USA-2, Japan-1, France-1, Portugal-1, Serbia-1, Germany-1, Poland-1, Ireland-1, China-1, South Korea-1, Republic of Moldova-1, Spain-1, Mexico-1, Australia-1, India-1, Canada-1 and Egypt-1. The Scientific Committee comprises specialists from prestigious Romanian and foreign universities, counting 52 experts from 25 countries. There are 11 Romanian members and 41 members from other countries (France,Portugal, United Kingdom, Poland, China, Germany, Sweden, Republic of Moldova, USA, Serbia, Ukraine, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Italy, Greece, Ireland, Spain, Canada, Russia, Slovakia, Netherlands, India, Indonesia and Egypt).
The International Journal of Modern Manufacturing Technologies was accepted for indexing in these international databases:
INDEX COPERNICUS INTERNATIONAL;
CHINA NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE INFRASTRUCTURE (CNKI).The IJMMT evaluation is in progress by ISI. The following databases were also contacted: Academic Journals Database, CABI, DOAJ and EBSCO.
The IJMMT does not charge a publication fee.