This journal is devoted to theoretical developments in computer systems science and their applications in computer systems engineering. The journal covers the intense research activity that is being carried out in the systems field in both theoretical and practical hardware and software problems. Specifically, the journal is soliciting high quality, original technical papers addressing research challenges in large scale database systems, supercomputing, artificial intelligence, software engineering, multimedia and visualization, computer networks, computer and network security, programming languages, testing and verification of classical and non-classical computer systems, amongst others. Original research papers as well as state-of-the-art reviews and technical notes are published regularly. Research notes, new development experience and application papers are an important part of the journal's all-round coverage of the subject; industrial developments and new products are also monitored. A conference calendar, reviews of new books and reports of important meetings from around the world keep readers fully informed.

Journal Scope

1. Computer Architecture and Systems: Including but not limited to processor design, memory systems, parallel and distributed computing, embedded systems, and hardware-software co-design.

2. Software Engineering and Programming Languages: Covering topics such as software design methodologies, software quality assurance, programming language theory and implementation, software maintenance and evolution, and formal methods.

3. Networks and Communications: Encompassing research on network protocols, wireless and mobile communication systems, network security and privacy, internet of things (IoT), and network performance analysis.

4. Data Science and Big Data: Focusing on data mining, machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, data visualization, and applications of data science in various domains.

5. Cybersecurity and Privacy: Addressing issues related to cybersecurity threats, intrusion detection and prevention, cryptographic techniques, privacy-enhancing technologies, and secure systems design.

6. Human-Computer Interaction: Including research on user interface design, usability evaluation, interaction techniques, augmented and virtual reality, and user experience (UX) design.

7. Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Covering topics such as robot kinematics and dynamics, control algorithms, robot perception, human-robot interaction, swarm robotics, and autonomous vehicle technologies.

8. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition: Exploring algorithms and techniques for image and video processing, object detection and recognition, pattern analysis, and computer vision applications.

9. Cloud Computing and Internet Technologies: Addressing research on cloud infrastructure, resource management, virtualization, edge computing, fog computing, and emerging internet technologies.

10. Emerging Technologies and Innovations: Providing a platform for research on emerging trends and innovations in computer systems and engineering, including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, bioinformatics, and nanotechnology applications.

RJCSE welcomes contributions from researchers, academics, engineers, and practitioners worldwide, aiming to foster collaboration and exchange of ideas to address the challenges and opportunities in the rapidly evolving field of computer systems and engineering. The journal encourages interdisciplinary research that integrates concepts, methodologies, and technologies from various domains to address complex real-world problems and drive technological innovation.