Call for papers: Monitoring Infrastructure Systems in Smart Cities Via Mobile Sensing

The path to smart and sustainable cities is inherently complex and multi-dimensional and it requires fundamental shifts in the management of our infrastructure systems. Bridges are among the most critical links of our infrastructure network and ensuring that our bridges are performing to their best with cost-effective solutions is of the utmost importance for developing smart and sustainable infrastructure systems. In this context, the big data collected from non-contact and mobile sensing/monitoring technologies offer a significant promise.

The aim of this special issue is to showcase the most recent studies on mobile sensing/monitoring technologies for paving the way to developing the smart infrastructure systems in future’s smart cities. Potential topics of interest in the context of civil structural health monitoring include, but are not limited to: crowdsourcing-based monitoring (such as using smartphones or other user devices), citizen sensing, drive-by monitoring, robotic monitoring, drone-based monitoring, computer vision-based applications, signal/image processing for mobile sensing applications, big data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), case studies and applications.

Submitted papers should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Please inform the guest editor, Prof. Mustafa Gül about your intention to submit a paper. 
 

How to submit your article

Articles can be submitted through Editorial Manager:  https://www.editorialmanager.com/cshm/default.aspx

The special issue is created as submission questionnaire in the system. When you submit your paper you will be asked if your paper belongs to a special issue. If you answer yes, a pull down menu prompts up where you can select the title of the special issue to which you are submitting your paper.