The Mesopotamian Journal of Civil Engineering (MJCE) stands as a scholarly platform committed to the exploration and dissemination of innovative research, advancements, and practical applications within the realm of civil engineering. It serves as a pivotal conduit for the exchange of theoretical insights, practical methodologies, and interdisciplinary discussions among researchers, engineers, and practitioners shaping the landscape of civil engineering.

Focus and Scope:

  • Structural Engineering and Design
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Soil Mechanics
  • Transportation Engineering and Infrastructure
  • Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development
  • Construction Management and Project Planning
  • Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering
  • Materials Science and Construction Technology
  • Urban Planning and Development
  • Disaster Resilience and Risk Management
  • Innovative Technologies in Civil Engineering
  • Infrastructure Maintenance and Rehabilitation
  • Geomatics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Civil Engineering
  • Ethics and Societal Impact of Civil Engineering Practices

The Mesopotamian Journal of Civil Engineering (MJCE) endeavors to encompass a broad spectrum of topics within civil engineering, fostering scholarly discussions and contributions that drive advancements in infrastructure development, sustainability, and societal well-being.