The Journal of Applied Aquaculture Engineering (JAAE) is an applied technology journal combining between aquaculture science and engineering technology by implementing technology inside the aquaculture system. JAAE is a good platform to facilitate researchers, farmer, industrial players and aquaculture specialists to dialogue, discussion and shared practical result of research, observation and implementation of technology in the aquaculture system. However, JAAE also accommodate basic or fundamental research to support aquaculture science. The journal emphasizes multi-disciplinary research and case studies that propose financially and logistically viable solutions by introducing technology, sensor, automation, new method, combining engineering and science to solve problems and prevent from failure system.
The Scope of Journal of Applied Aquaculture Engineering (JAAE) include, but are not limited to the following fields:
- Aquaculture Science
- Aquaculture Diseases
- Development on Freshwater, Brackish and Marine Environment
- Fish Pathology
- Fish Physiology
- Fish Reproduction and Genetic
- Aquatic Ecosystem
- Sensor and measurement for aquaculture system
- Intelligent computing and control for aquaculture system
- IoT implementation for aquaculture system
- Aquaculture management.
If you are researchers, farmer, industrial players or aquaculture specialists interested for contributing your idea or experiemces for better aquaculture, you can submit your manuscript to JAAE. The presentation of manuscripts must comply the way of writing JAAE (see the Authors Guideline and template of the Journal of Applied Aquaculture Engineering JAAE) and can be of varying length from 6 to 12 pages, depending upon the subject matter.
Manuscripts must be submitted online via submission. Submitted manuscripts are subject to a first screening by the Editors of the Journal of Applied Aquaculture Engineering (JAAE), whereupon manuscripts found suitable for further consideration enter the peer-review process. Manuscripts are double blind peer-reviewed, which means that the authors do not know the identity of the Associate Editors and reviewers who handle their specific manuscripts and vice versa.