About this book series

Indexed by SCOPUS

The series Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications comprises interdisciplinary research covering the theory, foundations and domain-specific topics pertaining to security. Publications within the series are peer-reviewed monographs and edited works in the areas of:

  • biological and chemical threat recognition and detection (e.g., biosensors, aerosols, forensics)
  • crisis and disaster management
  • terrorism
  • cyber security and secure information systems (e.g., encryption, optical and photonic systems)
  • traditional and non-traditional security
  • energy, food and resource security
  • economic security and securitization (including associated infrastructures)
  • transnational crime
  • human security and health security
  • social, political and psychological aspects of security
  • recognition and identification (e.g., optical imaging, biometrics, authentication and verification)
  • smart surveillance systems
  • applications of theoretical frameworks and methodologies (e.g., grounded theory, complexity, network sciences, modelling and simulation) 

Together, the high-quality contributions to this series provide a cross-disciplinary overview of forefront research endeavours aiming to make the world a safer place.

The editors encourage prospective authors to correspond with them in advance of submitting a manuscript. Submission of manuscripts should be made to the Editor-in-Chief or one of the Editors.

Electronic ISSN
2363-9466
Print ISSN
1613-5113
Editor-in-Chief
  • Anthony Masys

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. SCImago
  2. SCOPUS