Focus and Scope

AIMS AND SCOPE

Aims
TEKNOKES as one of the national journals aims to become a forum for publicizing ideas and thoughts on health science and engineering in the form of research articles and review articles from academics, analysts, practitioners, and those interested in providing literature on biomedical engineering in all aspects.

Scope:

1. Electromedical and Biomedical Engineering:

Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, Artificial intelligence in biomedical imaging, Machine learning, and Pattern Recognition in a biomedical signal, Medical Diagnostic Instrumentation, Laboratorium Instrumentation, Medical Calibrator Design, Intelligent Systems, Neural Networks, Machine Learning, Fuzzy Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing,

2. Health and Medical Informatics:

Intelligent Biomedical Informatics, Computer-aided medical decision support systems using a heuristic, Educational computer-based programs pertaining to medical informatics

3. Medical Laboratory Technology:

Hematology and clinical chemistry departments, microbiology section of the laboratory, parasitology, bacteriology, virology, hematology, clinical chemistry, toxicology, food and beverage chemistry.

4. Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology:

Papers focus on design, development of engineering methods, management, governmental policies, and societal impacts of wastewater collection and treatment; the fate and transport of contaminants on watersheds, in surface waters, in groundwater, in soil, and in the atmosphere; environmental biology, microbiology, chemistry, fluid mechanics, and physical processes that control natural concentrations and dispersion of wastes in air, water, and soil; nonpoint-source pollution on watersheds, in streams, in groundwater, in lakes, and in estuaries and coastal areas; treatment, management, and control of hazardous wastes; control and monitoring of air pollution and acid deposition; airshed management; and design and management of solid waste facilities, detection of micropollutants, nanoparticles and microplastic, antimicrobial resistance, greenhouse gas mitigation technologies, novel disinfection methods, zero or minimal liquid discharge technologies, biofuel production, advanced water analytics

5. Health Science and Technology

The journal presents and discusses hot subjects including but not limited to patient safety, patient empowerment, disease surveillance and management, e-health and issues concerning data security, privacy, reliability and management, data mining and knowledge exchange as well as health prevention. The journal also addresses the medical, financial, social, educational, and safety aspects of health technologies as well as health technology assessment and management, including issues such as security, efficacy, the cost in comparison to the benefit, as well as social, legal, and ethical implications.