Canadian Biosystems Engineering provides a platform for rapid dissemination of novel and high impact research in engineering and biological sciences. The journal interfaces engineering with the biological world and covers wide range of fields including energy, soil and water, power and machinery, bioprocess, information and electrical technologies, food processing, forestry, agricultural structures, bio-nanotechnology and environment with focus on key issues such as environmental sustainability, food security and safety.
The first volume of the journal was published in 1959. The journal was developed to bring all sectors of sciences and engineering and create a truly international platform to share and discuss significant, novel and high impact research.
Benefits to Authors:
Being an Open Access journal, we provide many author benefits including:
- We provide a rigorous and rapid peer-reviewed publication process, provided no major revisions are required.
- Accepted manuscripts are published within 4 weeks after receipt of final version.
- Free availability of published articles on the Internet without any subscription fees in order to reach a large number of readers.
- Low article processing fees.
List of Section Editors in the Editorial Board
- Soil and Water Systems Engineering: Dr. Mano Krishnapillai, Memorial University, NL
- Machinery Systems Engineering: Dr. Hubert Landry, PAMI, SK
- Bioprocessing Systems Engineering: Dr. Valerie Orsat, McGill
- Biological Systems Engineering: Dr. Stefan Cenkowski, U of MB
- Building Systems Engineering: Dr. Qiang Zhang, U of MB
- Waste Management Engineering: Dr. Grant Clark, McGill
- Information Systems Engineering: Dr. Suresh Neethirajan, U of Guelph
- Renewable Energy: Dr. Amit Kumar, U of Alberta
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. R. Sri Ranjan
After having followed the instructions in "Preparing a paper for submission to the journal" to prepare the paper, you are now ready to submit the paper.
You must register first to be able to submit. Please select the author, reader, and reviewer options along with all the keywords that describe your expertise. You don't need to be a member of the CSBE or to be registred on CSBE's website (csbe-scgab.ca) to submit a paper. You need to create a new account on the Canadian Biosystems Engineering portal portal to submit a paper.
You can submit the paper as a "Microsoft Word" or PDF file. At this stage, the figures may be embedded in the paper, but at the final stage (publication stage) the electronic form should have the figures and tables as separate files for each item. There must be a covering letter giving the full address, the telephone number, the fax number, and the email address of the corresponding author. The corresponding author should be someone who expects to be at that address for at least the next twelve months. You also must include a list of at least five potential peer reviewers. These reviewers must be from outside the authors' employment organizations.
When the paper has been accepted for publication, you will have to submit an electronic version. The electronic version will have to be submitted as a "Microsoft Word" file. In this version, figures and tables should be on separate pages at the end of the manuscript which is uploaded as a single file. The figures should be in JPG format, alternately original prints of figures can be submitted. The file should include line numbers.
Galley Proofs, Copyright, and Costs
Galley proofs will be sent as a pdf file via email. Please read the galley proof carefully and reply immediately.
Page charges are $55 per journal page for the first 4 pages and $80 for each additional page, if at least one author is a member of CSBE/SCGAB, otherwise the page charges are double. If the abstract needs to be translated into French or English, the cost of translation will be assessed according to the word count of the abstract. Reprints may be ordered at a cost of $0.16 per printed page (minimum of 25 copies of a paper).
Dr. Ranjan Sri Ranjan
CSBE/SCGAB Journal Editor
E2-376 EITC Building
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg MB R3T 5V6