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Best Paper Award 2021

JIPR’s Best Paper of 2021 has been awarded to:
"Review of porous asphalt pavements in cold regions: the state of practice and case study repository in design, construction, and maintenance."


The journal proudly recognizes and congratulates the authors on their outstanding work:
Kun Zhang & John Kevern

Outstanding Reviewers 2021

Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience is proud to honor the reviewers who volunteer their valuable time and efforts to ensure the quality of the journal. 

The individuals selected for Outstanding Reviewer 2021 have been announced and can be found here

Please help us in congratulating these experts on their excellent work. 

Open Topical Collections

Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience welcomes collections on articles relating to the discussion of cross-disciplinary and innovative research and engineering practices that preserve the integrity, performance, and resilience of existing infrastructure systems. The journal enthusiastically invites authors to submit their applicable work to our collections which have an ongoing call for papers.

Collections with ongoing calls for papers are listed below:

Sociotechnical Perspectives to Infrastructure Resilience
Edited by: Aaron Clark-Ginsberg and Ji Yun Lee

Risk Based GeoEngineering Design: Prediction, Assessment, and Mitigation
Edited by: Xiong (Bill) Yu, Zhaohui (Joey) Yang, and Jiankun Liu

Pavement Preservation and Resilience: Strategies and Innovative Technologies
Edited by: Yinghao Miao and Zejiao Dong


Articles

Sociotechnical Perspectives to Infrastructure Resilience
Edited by: Aaron Clark-Ginsberg and Ji Yun Lee

Risk Based GeoEngineering Design: Prediction, Assessment, and Mitigation
Edited by: Xiong (Bill) Yu, Zhaohui (Joey) Yang, Jiankun Liu

Pavement Preservation and Resilience: Strategies and Innovative Technologies
Edited by: Yinghao Miao and Zejiao Dong

BEI 2019
Edited by: Yail Jimmy Kim, Isamu Yoshitake, Vanissorn Vimonsatit, Xuhui He, and Yongcheng Ji.

Editors

Editor-in-Chief
Xianming  Shi, Washington State University, USA

Associate Editors
Aaron Clark-Ginsberg , RAND Corporation, USA
Yi-Qiu Tan, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Dawei Wang, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

View our full Editorial Board here

Aims and scope

Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience (JIPR) provides a cross-disciplinary forum for researchers to disseminate innovative research and engineering practices that preserve the integrity, performance, and resilience of existing infrastructure systems amid diverse climatic conditions, man-made and natural hazards, and other risks. Planning, design, construction, operations, inspection, monitoring, evaluation, retrofitting and reinforcing of infrastructure system (roads, bridges, tunnels, buildings, airports, ports, pipelines, etc.) are in scope with the journal. The journal aims to facilitate the dialogue and collaboration between infrastructure engineering community and resilience and risk management community.  

Topics of interest may include the following:

  • Preservation and monitoring against foundational risks of infrastructures (e.g. bridge scour and slope instability)
  • Preservation and rehabilitation against infrastructure materials-related distresses (corrosion, freeze/thaw damage, alkali-aggregate reactions, cracking, rutting, aging, moisture damage, etc.)
  • Infrastructure system response and resilience (e.g., adaptation to disasters, climate change and extreme weather): robustness and post-hazard recovery, resource allocation, and social technical or system-oriented aspect of resilience
  • Decision support and asset management (e.g., data modelling and resilience assessment, risk assessment, life cycle assessment, life cycle cost analysis, characterization/modelling of interdependencies), etc.
  • Remote sensing, online monitoring, and non-destructive evaluation of infrastructures
  • Structural reliability
  • Transportation geotechnics and geoecology

Featured Article:

"An algorithm to simulate nonstationary and non-Gaussian stochastic processes."

A collaborative group of academic and industrial researchers has proposed the addition of a new iterative power and amplitude correction (IPAC) algorithm, adding to the previous body of work of stochastic processes to simulate nonstationary and non-Gaussian processes.  Authors demonstrate the algorithm’s effectiveness towards simulating infrastructural risks such as seismic activity and winds using various numerical models.

Read the full article here.

Find all of JIPR's previous featured articles here.

An Interview with the Editor

eic_shixianming"JIPR aims to become the flagship journal in the field of infrastructure preservation and resilience (IPR), providing a cross-disciplinary forum for researchers to disseminate innovative research and engineering practices that preserve the integrity, performance, and resilience of infrastructure systems." 

- Xianming  Shi, Washington State University, USA

Read the full interview here, where Editor Shi goes into detail regarding his educational and professional background, the inspiration and reasoning to launch this cross-disciplinary scholarly discussion platform, and the long term goals for the journal. 

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Affiliated with

  • Harbin Institute of Technology Logo © Harbin Institute of Technology

    Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience (JIPR) was co-founded in 2019 through a collaboration between Springer Nature and Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT).

2021 Journal Metrics

  • Speed
    33 days from submission to first decision
    64 days from submission to acceptance
    21 days from acceptance to publication

    Usage 
    38,982 downloads

    Social Media Impact
    28 mentions