The publication will not be an Open Access repository (Effective January 2017).
A maximum of thirty-nine (39) papers will be included in every journal issue (effective April 2013).
Multiple submission of the same paper on different journal submission will all be discarded (effective January 2017).
Paper title, author and corresponding author(s) names should be the same to the submitted paper and on the submission system (effective January 2017).
Each paper should only have one (1) corresponding author and cannot be changed (effective April 2013).
If plagiarism problem was found, all authors including the corresponded authors cannot submit paper(s) to our journal for three years.
The paper will be removed even though it was already published, and this will be noticed on the home page (effective April 2013).
If double submission was found, all authors including the corresponded authors cannot submit paper(s) to our journal for three years.
The paper will be removed even though it was published, and this will be noticed on the home page (effective April 2013).
Only paper(s) containing simulation, implementation, case study or other evidence of research advancement will be published.
Ideal paper can be published after the editorial board grants permission after reviewing the paper (effective April 2013).
Papers from one country cannot exceed 60% in every journal issue; it will be based by the first authors' nationality (effective July 2014).
Only one (1) paper from same author can be included in each issue regardless of role and order (effective July 2014).
SERSC DOES NOT ALLOW ANY AGENTS FROM CHINA to act on our behalf in collecting papers for our journals. SERSC have standard procedures in publication of submitted papers.
IJDRBC aims to facilitate and support research related to disaster recovery
and business continuity technology and its applications.
Our Journal provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss
recent progress in the area of disaster recovery
and business continuity technology.
To bridge the gap of users who do not have access to major databases where
one should pay for every downloaded article; this online publication platform
is open to all readers as part of our commitment to global scientific society.
The topics covered by IJDRBC include the following:-
Case studies and lessons learned
Coordination in crisis situations of international proportions
Crisis management, management system
making process in rapidly emerging crisis
Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
Enviromental protection / Climate change
Environmental Management and Monitoring
GIS in emergency management
Health emergencies and response
Information and communication technologies
Operative forces and their organizatios
Psychological and social approach in crisis situations
Risk assessment, management, professional practice
Technologies and Equipments for Environmental Assessment and Protection
Terrorism and security
The role of press & mass media in crisis situations
Training and education
Emiliano Casalicchio (ING), Università di Roma TorVergata, Italy
Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College London, UK
Fabrizio Baiardi,Università di Pisa
Federica Pascucci, Universite di Roma Tre, Italy
Giovanni Ulivi, DIA Universite di Roma Tre, Italy
James Hagen, Saint Xavier University, USA
K. Harald Drager, TIEMS, Norway
Myriam Dunn, ETH Center for Security Studies Zurich, Switzerland
Nenad Mladineo, University of Split, Croatia
Raija Koivisto, VTT, Finland
Sandro Bologna, ENEA, Italy
Snjezana Knezic, University of Split, Croatia
Stefan Brem, Federal Office for Civil Protection, Switzerland
Stefan Wrobel, University of Bonn and Fraunhofer IAIS, Germany
Stefanos Gritzalis, University of the Aegean, Greece
Teodora Ivanusa, Logistic University of Maribor, Slovenia