Special Themes

Forthcoming calls

Digital Twin Evolution

Mark van den Brand, Loek Cleophas, Judith Michael, and Andreas Wortmann (eds.)

About JOT


Published since 2002, the Journal of Object Technology welcomes manuscripts describing theoretical, empirical, conceptual, and experimental results in the area of software and language engineering, including  

Submitted works will be assessed primarily on originality, significance, technical soundness, and quality of presentation. Contributions should conform to generally accepted practices for scientific papers with respect to organization, clarity, and style.

Besides technical contributions, JOT solicits papers about software tools and environments.


Oct 2022 | JOT welcomes Antonio Bucchiarone of Fondazione Bruno Kessler as a new member of the Editorial Board.


JOT Journal is currently indexed by DBLP, Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic Search, SCIRUS, Scientific Commons, DOAJ, Index of IS Journals, and SCOPUS. JOT is registered under ISSN 1660-1769.

Continuous Publication Scheme

JOT uses a continuous publication scheme whereby regular papers, upon acceptance, are immediately added into a dynamic annual issue, with final DOI and other metadata.

New! JOT goes visual!

Published manuscripts can now be accompanied by a presentation video where the authors can illustrate their work. The videos are posted in the JOT channel on YouTube and grouped in playlists, one for each forthcoming issue.

The first playlist contains the presentations of papers published in the 16th European Conference on Modelling Foundations and Applications (ECMFA 2020) Special Theme that features 14 videos.

Platinum Open Access

JOT is open-access and completely free to both readers and authos (“platinum” model). This model has been JOT’s model ever since the journal’s visionary creation in 2002 and applies to all contributions (available under the Creative Commons license).

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