- ISSN(Print) : Applied
- ISSN(Online) : Applied
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TJPRC: Journal of Biomechatronics and Biomedical Robotics (TJPRC:JBBR) is a peer reviewed journal and it provides a cross-disciplinary platform addressing biomechatronics and robot assistive technologies for medical and bio applications. It relates to the design of systems, devices and products for use as assistive tools when interacting with humans and biosystems. It features practical developments covering a wide range of areas including medical robotics, rehabilitation, assistive technology for the elderly and disabled, robotic surgery aids/systems, operative planning tools, medical imaging/visualisation, simulation/navigation, virtual reality, intuitive command and control systems, haptics and sensor technologies.
Topics covered include, but not limited to:
Biomechatronics design philosophyBiomedical robotics, robotics for orthopaedics/medical/visceral/musculoskeletal surgeryRehabilitation robotics, robotics for stroke patients, wearable medical devicesMicroelectronics, embedded signal processing, low-power designBioelectromagnetism, electrical bioimpedance, implantable electronics, biomaterialsBio-related MEMS, biomechanical devices, nanotechnologiesNew tools for surgical education/trainingNew materials, new sensing/actuation technology, health monitoring devicesAssistive technology for the injured, elderly and disabled; haptics, sensor technologiesMedical imaging/visualisation, simulation/navigation, virtual reality, intuitive command/controlDesign of devices/systems requiring computer-based intelligenceBiomechatronic systems/biosystems modelling/simulation, system identificationAdvanced control for improving system performance, computer integration designNetworked biomechatronic systems for remote sensing/monitoring/diagnosisMechatronic systems fault diagnosis/tolerance
|Types of paper|
Research Articles: These should describe new, carefully confirmed findings, innovative & creative research ideas and experimental procedures should be given in sufficient detail for others to verify the work. The length of a full paper should be the minimum required to describe and interpret the work clearly. It also includes personalized review articles on the research work carried at the author(s)’ laboratory, based on the published work of the author(s).
Short Communications: A short communication is suitable for recording the results of complete small investigations or giving details of new models or hypotheses, innovative methods, techniques, creative models etc., The style of main sections need not conform to that of full-length papers. Short communications are 2 to 4 printed pages (about 6 to 12 manuscript pages) in length.
|Publication Frequency: Six issues per year.|
|Submission: Authors are requested to submit their papers electronically thru the website in the word document.
|Abstracting and Indexing|
|Abstracted and indexed in many of the major global databases including:
Thomson Reuters' RESEARCHERID, ORCiD, Academia, Research Bible, Internet Archive, Publication List, SSRN, Mendeley, Epernicus, Index Copernicus, Issuu, Scribd, Research GATE, OAJI.