Robotics Journals

Journal Showcase

Intelligent Service Robotics

The journal publishes original papers of innovative ideas and concepts, new discoveries and improvements, and novel applications and business models relevant to the field of intelligent service robotics.

Advances in Artificial Intelligence

A defining feature of our time is the continuous advances in computing. Modern computing techniques and applications influence many areas of everyday human life and human endeavor on increasingly more complex, more sophisticated, and intellectually increasingly challenging levels.

Journal of Mechatronics and Applications (JMA)

Journal of Mechatronics and Applications (JMA) aims to provide an international forum for original research work in the areas of mechatronics and embedded systems focusing on theoretical and practical aspects of mechatronics.

Journal of Field Robotics

The Journal of Field Robotics seeks to promote scholarly publications dealing with the fundamentals of robotics in unstructured and dynamic environments. Articles describing robotics research with applications to the environment, construction, forestry, agriculture, mining, subsea, intelligent highways, search and rescue, military, and space (orbital and planetary) are encouraged. Papers in sensing, sensors, mechanical design, computing architectures, communication, planning, learning, and control, applied to field applications are encouraged.

Autonomous Robots

Autonomous Robots reports on the theory and applications of robotic systems capable of some degree of self-sufficiency.


Complexity is a bi-monthly, cross-disciplinary journal focusing on the rapidly expanding science of complex adaptive systems. The purpose of the journal is to advance the science of complexity.

Journal of Robotics

Journal of Robotics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of robotics.

Paladyn: Journal of Behavioural Robotics

The main aim of the journal is to serve as an efficient exchange platform for scientists with different backgrounds (engineers, computer scientists, physicists, biologists, mathematicians, psychologists, etc.) working on problems related to behavioral robotics. We believe that only free exchange of ideas coming from various fields can efficiently foster development of such inherently interdisciplinary domain like robotics.