Typical subjects considered by the journal include: Analytical, computational, and experimental multiscale and interaction mechanics Fluid-structure interactions Soil-structure interactions Vehicle-bridge interactions Floating and ocean structures Computational materials science and engineering MEMS and NEMS Multi-physics and multi-disciplinary problems Multiscale biomechanics Other related topics The aim of Interaction and Multiscale Mechanics: an International Journal (IMMIJ) is to provide a platform for publication of research results in which interaction and multiscale mechanics plays a vital role. This journal publishes articles with contributions in all aspects of interaction and/or multiscale problems. The problems of interaction mechanics include the interaction of two different subjects/systems, whether they are connected or not, with or without relative motion. The problems of multiscale mechanics include structural, mechanical or material systems with varying length or time scales. As many contemporary and innovative designs encompass interaction phenomena and multiscale features, papers featuring advancement of theories and applications of interaction and/or multiscale mechanics are particularly encouraged for the journal.