The Institution of Structural Engineers publishes a wealth of high quality information spanning the entire breadth of the structural engineering discipline.From its flagship monthly magazine, to a world-class research journal and a wide range of authoritative manuals, reports and guides, the Institution’s publishing portfolio is a continually expanding source of reference material; essential to structural engineers working in both practice and academia.Every title is subjected to an exacting peer review process, commensurate with the standards expected of the world’s largest membership organisation dedicated to the art and science of structural engineering.
With a print distribution exceeding 17,000 and freely accessible online to the entire membership of more than 27,000, The Structural Engineer is the principal point of contact for members in 105 countries.
With a digital archive containing thousands of articles dating back more than 100 years, the magazine is a globally recognised repository of seminal structural engineering literature, to which all major academic libraries worldwide subscribe.
Launched in 2015 in collaboration with world-leading provider of information solutions, Elsevier, Structures is a new peer-reviewed research journal.
Created with an intention to encourage greater interaction between researchers and practitioners, the journal continues and enriches the learned traditions of the Institution through the provision of a dedicated hub for the highest quality international research.
These publications may take the form of short reports – where the expedient delivery of information is paramount – to larger, multi-author titles that cover a topic in significant technical depth.
Carefully authored and reviewed, these manuals, reports and guides are available to purchase from the Institution’s online bookshop at both member and non-member rates.
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Structures considers submissions from across the structural engineering discipline.
Every accepted paper will be made freely available to all throughout 2015 and will be freely accessible to members in perpetuity.
Structures can be accessed through Elsevier’s Science Direct platform.
The Institution, through its principal committees, regularly publishes standalone titles on topics that are considered to be relevant and important to the structural engineering profession.