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ISSN 1733-8670 (Printed)

ISSN 2392-0378 (Online)

DOI PREFIX 10.17402

Dear Readers, as the year 2022 has come, people expect much and are looking to achieve new goals and face challenges. We are happy to offer to you another issue of the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin. In this issue, we present views, opinions and research findings from different areas of research. Articles have been grouped into the following thematic sections: Civil Engineering and Transport, Material and Mechanical Engineering, Economics, Management and Quality Science and Information and Communication Technology. In Civil Engineering and Transport, there are two articles.

I am hoping that the studies presented will meet with wide interest implying discussions and research not only in the discussed research areas, but also going beyond them, giving a stimulus to interdisciplinary and heuristic analyses.

With kind regards, Izabela Dembińska (Editor-in-chief) 

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Dear Readers, This is the last and fourth issue (No. 68) of our journal in 2021. This issue includes twelve articles by authors from research centers in Poland and abroad. The articles deal with diverse problems in the following branches of science: Civil Engineering and Transport, Environmental Engineering, Mining and Energy, Material and Mechanical Engineering, Economics, Management and Quality Science and Information and Communication Technology. 

We hope that the presented studies will receive much interest, and it will inspire discussion and drive new research.

With kind regards, Izabela Dembińska (Editor-in-chief)

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As of 01 January 2022, the rate for publishing a scientific paper in the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin will change. For the authors, the costs will be as follows:  

  • from Poland: 1200 PLN (incl.m VAT) 
  • from other European countries: 260 EUR (incl. VAT) 
  • from other countries in the world: 300 USD (incl. VAT) 

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Based on the Communication of the Minister of Education and Science of December 1, 2021 on the list of scientific journals and reviewed materials from international conferences, we are pleased to announce that our journal received 100 points.

Link: https://www.gov.pl/web/edukacja-i-nauka/komunikat-ministra-edukacji-i-nauki-z-dnia-1-grudnia-2021-r-w-sprawie-wykazu-czasopism-naukowych-i-recenzowanych-materialow-z-konferencji-miedzynarodowych

 

Associate Professor

 Editor-in-Chief

Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin

For our journal, Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, 2021 is a favorable year for our development. In February, the Ministry of Education and Science published a new list of scored scientific journals and materials from international conferences, including 31,433 scientific journals and peer-reviewed materials from 1,638 scientific conferences. The Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin was among the 264 journals with an increased score. Currently, our journal is assigned 40 points and scientific disciplines: civil engineering and transport, mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, mining and energy. In October, we received the nice news that our journal in the ICI Journals Master List database for 2020 received the Index Copernicus Value (ICV) equal to 100.00. At this point, thanks are due not only to the Authors who want to publish the results of their research with us, thus shaping the substantive profile of the journal, but also to the entire team of the Publishing House, who put a lot of work to prepare SJMUS for the evaluation of the new Index Copernicus Value.

Associate Professor

 Editor-in-Chief

Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin

Dear Readers, 

We are pleased to announce the third 2021 issue (No. 67) of the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin. This issue features novel findings and perspectives in the following areas: Civil Engineering and Transport, Environmental Engineering, Mining and Energy, Material and Mechanical Engineering, Economics, Management and Quality Science, and Information and Communication Technology.  

The Civil Engineering and Transport section features two articles. The main research objective in the first study was to identify and propose new risk assessment tools. Drones and their potential users in the maritime sector by various entities, including ship classification societies, shipyards, and search and rescue (SAR) missions, was the subject of the second study. 

The Environmental Engineering, Mining, and Energy section contains an article discussing waste treatment methods to identify the best method to reprocess (recycle) polyurethane (PUR). 

The Material and Mechanical Engineering section contains two articles. In the first study, the influence of the stern wedge length and height on hull drag and trim to glide in calm water was examined. The purpose of the second study was to detect and analyze the porosity in composites using microscopic and submicroscopic methods. 

Three articles are featured in the Economics, Management, and Quality Science section. The author of the first study shows that the increasing unpredictability of socioeconomic or biological changes (e.g., the SARS-CoV-2/COVID 19 pandemic), the multidirectional nature of their impact, the variability of their intensity, and the uncertainty in estimating their potential impacts, made it difficult for supply chains to stably operate. This observation sparked an attempt to produce a sample set of expectations for contemporary supply chains that are particularly appropriate for emerging market challenges in the form of threat and condition megatrends, including those illuminated during the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic. The research subject of the second study was the relationship between the characteristics of consumer product demand and the profitability of the purchasing strategy, considering both the supply source and the transportation technology. Team coaching was the research problem in the third study. The goal was to present a team development process using the High Performance Team Coaching Model. 

The Information and Communication Technology section features a study on the use of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to solve image classification problems.  

With kind regards, Izabela Dembińska (Editor-in-chief) 

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Dear Readers,this is the second 2021 issue of our journal (No. 66). We are slowly seeing the world normalize after the COVID-19 pandemic, and we look forward to a complete return to our usual routines and to meeting again at conferences, seminars and research internships. Let us all hope that this will come true soon.Research results and author opinions are presented across seven articles in this issue, which are sum-marized in three thematic groups: Civil Engineering and Transport, Mechanical Engineering and Economics, Management and Quality Science.

With kind regards, Izabela Dembińska (Editor-in-chief)

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Dear Readers,

We are pleased to present this year’s first issue (No. 65) of the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin. This year will bring many new challenges, also for the journal, where we continually focus on improved quality. We would like to thank the authors, reviewers and readers for their contribution to our journal. I hope that we will continue to develop this path together. This issue presents the research results and authors’ views in seven articles organized into three thematic sections: Civil Engineering and Transport, Mechanical Engineering, and Economics, Management and Quality Science

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Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin awarded 40 points

On 9 February, 2021, the Ministry of Education and Science published a new list of scored scientific journals and proceedings from international conferences, including 31,433 scientific journals and peer-reviewed proceedings from 1,638 scientific conferences. The scores of 264 journals were increased, including the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, published by the Maritime University of Szczecin. Currently, the journal score 40 points and covers scientific disciplines: civil engineering and transport, mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, mining and energy. The announcement issued by the Minister of Education and Science on the list of scientific journals and proceedings from international conferences is available at: www.gov.pl/web/edukacja-i-nauka

Dear Readers,

I am pleased to present the fourth 2020 issue (No. 64) of the Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin. This issue contains the research results and views of the authors of seven articles that are compiled into three subject groups: Civil Engineering and Transport; Mechanical Engineering; and Economics,Management and Quality Science.

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