International Journal on Robotics, Automation and Sciences (IJORAS) is an online peer-reviewed research journal that aims to provide  a high-level publication platform for scientists and technologists working in the fields of Robotics, Automation and Sciences such as Advanced robotics, Adaptive control system, Embedded system, Fuzzy logic, Neural Network, Biomedical Engineering, Digital and Signal Processing, Image Processing, and image analysis. 



Number of Issue
One issue in a year (to be published on July)

Two issues in a year (to be published on April & September) (effective from 2023 onwards)

Publication fee
IJORAS is free-of-charge for online submission (No Submission/Review/Page Charge)

Peer Review type
Double blind peer review 


Citation style




Multimedia University (MMU) has organized the International Conference on Robotics, Automation and Sciences (ICORAS) in 2016 and 2017. Those two conferences are the largest technical events on Robotics, Automation and Sciences in Melaka in the year 2016 and 2017. To elevate the status of ICORAS based on its success, it is due time that we introduce an MMU Journal on its reputation. This will help to promote MMU in the areas of robotics, automation and sciences. It will include the multi-disciplinary engineering disciplines such as Electrical, Electronics, Mechatronics, Biomedical Engineering, General Sciences and others related fields. This journal is named the International Journal on Robotics, Automation and Sciences (IJORAS).

IJORAS published its first volume in November, 2019. IJORAS continued to publish volume 2 and volume 3 in November 2020 and 2021. In 2022, due to technical concerns, IJORAS changed publication month from November to July and published volume 4 in July 2022. In 2023, IJORAS decided to have 2 issues per volume and hence the month of publication is rescheduled to April for issue 1 and September for issue 2.

The readerships for IJORAS are worldwide researchers and specialists who are peers of the contributors. A general but educated and well-read audience are intended audience for this journal.

Aims and scope
The primary aim of the International Journal on Robotics, Automation and Sciences (IJORAS) is to publish high-quality papers of new developments and trends, novel techniques and approaches, innovative methodologies and technologies on the theory and applications of new science, engineering and technology. The IJORAS is a peer-reviewed English language journal and is published bi-annually. A submission to IJORAS will be assigned to an associate editor, and reviewed by at least two referees.

The scope of the IJORAS is in the broad areas of Robotics, Automation and Science, includes but not limited to:

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Adaptive control
  • Biologically inspired systems, control
  • Biomedical imaging
  • Computer controlled systems
  • Computing & communications
  • Deep learning
  • Discrete event systems Distributed systems
  • Process control
  • Real-time control
  • Fault diagnosis
  • Fault tolerant control
  • Fuzzy systems Genetic & evolutionary computation
  • Hybrid systems
  • Image processing
  • Industrial automation, manufacturing
  • Intelligent control systems Intelligent transportation systems Linear systems
  • Micro and nano-systems
  • Modeling & simulation
  • Neural networks
  • Networked control systems
  • Non-linear systems
  • Optimization
  • Power systems
  • Predictive control
  • Education & training
  • Embedded control systems
  • Renewable energy and sustainability
  • Robotics
  • Robust control
  • Signal processing
  • Swarm robotics
  • Unmanned systems
  • Virtual reality
  • Wireless sensor networks


This journal can support the goals of our university and research Centre. This journal target global researchers to publish their quality research work for science advances. The kind of recognition, both national and international, that a new journal can bring are of utmost important to research administrators. This journal can demonstrate the ability of our institution to compete with other research agencies in the production of knowledge, while also forming the basis of new collaborations, between local, regional, or international researchers, research departments, and institutions.