An Introduction to Lab-in-Silico


  • Hamid Soleimanimehr Department of Mechanical Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
  • Mahmoud Mirzaei Department of Biomaterials, Nanotechnology and Tissue Engineering, School of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran



Computational, In silico, Simulation, Modelling, Theoretical, Free journal, Lab-in-Silico


Lab-in-Silico (eISSN: 2717-1922) is a multidisciplinary international research journal established by SciEng Publishing Group ( covering all fields of scientific works in silico. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal aims to provide a rapid-processing platform for researchers from all around the world to share their latest findings. The journal policy is pure Open Access without article processing charges for authors and all published articles of this journal are freely available for readers without any subscription fee through online system at the journal homepage: In case of any questions or problems, please kindly contact us using e-mail.


Harismah K, Mirzaei M. COVID-19: a serious warning for emergency health innovation. Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering. 2020;1:32-33.

Mirzaei M. Science and engineering in silico. Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering. 2020;1:1-2.

Mirzaei M. Lab-in-Silico insights. Advanced Journal of Chemistry B. 2020;2:1-2.

Mirzaei M. Lab-in-Silico: an international journal. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:1-2.

Harismah K, Mirzaei M. In silico interactions of steviol with monoamine oxidase enzymes. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:3-6.

Gunaydin S, Alcan V, Mirzaei M, Ozkendir OM. Electronic structure study of Fe substituted RuO2 semiconductor. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:7-10.

Harismah K, Mirzaei M. Steviol and iso-steviol vs. cyclooxygenase enzymes: in silico approach. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:11-15.

Tahmasebi E, Shakerzadeh E. Potential application of B40 fullerene as an innovative anode material for Ca-ion batteries: In silico investigation. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:16-20.

Yaghoobi R, Mirzaei M. Computational analyses of cytidine and aza-cytidine molecular structures. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:21-25.

Ozkendir OM, Askar M, Kocer NE. Influence of the epidemic COVID-19: an outlook on health, business and scientific studies. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:26-30.

Mirzaei M. Making sense the ideas in silico. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:31-32.

Ozkendir OM. Temperature dependent XAFS study of CrFe2O4. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:33-37.

Zahedi H, Yousefi M, Mirzaei M. DFT investigation of AlP-doped BN nanotube for CO gas capturing. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:38-43.

Ariaei S. DFT approach on arsine and phosphine gases adsorption at the surface of B16C16 nanocluster. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:44-49.

Khalid H, Hussain R, Hafeez A. Virtual screening of Piperidine based small molecules against COVID-19. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:50-55.

Gunaydin S, Ozkendir OM. XAFS calculations of Nd-substituted LiFeO2 material. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:56-60.

Mirzaei M. Hydrogen bond interactions of nucleobases: a quick review. Lab-in-Silico. 2020;1:61-66.

Farahbakhsh Z, Zamani MR, Rafienia M, Gülseren O, Mirzaei M. In silico activity of AS1411 aptamer against nucleolin of cancer cells. Iranian Journal of Blood and Cancer. 2020;12:95-100.

Soleimani M, Mirzaei M. In silico pharmacy: from computations to clinics. Journal of Pharmaceutical Care. 2017;5:1.

Mirzaei M. NBIC: Convergence of nano-bio-info-cogno Concepts. Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering. 2020;1:104-105.




How to Cite

Soleimanimehr, H., & Mirzaei, M. (2021). An Introduction to Lab-in-Silico. Lab-in-Silico, 2(1), 1–2.