Information For Authors
Interested in submitting to this journal? We’re looking for forensic engineers who are interested in giving presentations on technical topics that will further the advancement and understanding of forensic engineering at one of the academy’s two annual meetings (either summer or winter conference) and then developing those presentations into written manuscripts/papers, which will go through a single blind peer review process before publication. Only papers presented at a NAFE regular technical seminar and have received oral critique at the seminar will be accepted for review and publication. We recommend that you review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines listed on the Submissions page. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the process.
REGISTERING IN OJS
Under the first tab "Identity" -- put your writer's name in “how do you preferred to be addressed” line, including honorifics. You can use your full legal name or the name you work under. For example, a full name may be "Diana Artemis Jones-Prince," but she may go by "Diana Prince" and publish as such, so for this site it would be "Diana Prince, PE, DFE". It should be consistent with your past publications. Our only academic honorific is PhD or equivalent.
Next tab is “Contact” – "Affiliation" should be the person’s company, university, or agency
Next tab is “Public” tab -- Do not upload an image as we do not use them, but please check your bio. Keep in mind this will be viewable by potential clients, so be professional. It should about the same size as what fits the text box or small -- it's not your CV so it cannot be long, so please make it concise. Update your bio as you near completion of an article as we place a "snapshot" of your information into the article's web page.
Peer Reviewers must be registered in OJS. Please review all of the information required of the authors, to include the information available when you click the "Make a Submission" button. This will serve as a guide to what the Journal's expectations are.