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1884: Where we came from

About the IEEEWorld’s largest technical membershipassociation with more than 430,000 membersin over 160 countriesNot for profit organization “AdvancingTechnology For Humanity”Four Core areas of activity– Membership organizationIEEE student volunteers in Mumbai– Conferences organizer– Standards developer– Publisher of journals, conferences,standards, ebooks and elearningIEEE Xplore by the numbers:– Nearly 4 million total documents– Over 3 million unique users– More than 8 million downloads per month– 15 year anniversary in 2015!IEEE Day Contest Winner, Colombia

Why you should rely onIEEE information

Full text access to IEEE/IET ElectronicLibrary (IEL) Nearly four million full textdocuments Bell Labs Technical Journal(BLTJ) back to 1922 179 IEEE journals &magazines Backfile to 1988, select legacydata back to 1872 1400 annual IEEEconferences 43 VDEconferences Inspec index records for allarticles More than 2800 IEEEstandards (active, archived.redlines) IEEE StandardDictionary 20 IET conferences, 26 IETjournals & magazines

IEEE quality makes an impactThomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports by Impact FactorIEEE publishes:17 of the top 20 journals in Electrical and Electronic Engineering14 of the top 15 journals in Telecommunications3 of the top 5 journals in Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture3 of the top 5 journals in Computer Science, Cybernetics3 of the top 5 journals in Automation & Control Systems3 of the top 5 journals in Artificial Intelligence2 of the top 5 journals in Imaging Science & Photographic TechnologyThe Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports presents quantifiable statistical datathat provides a systematic, objective way to evaluate the world’s leading journals.Based on the 2015 study released June 2016More info:

IEEE quality makes an impactThomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports by Impact FactorIEEE journals are:# 1 in Automation and Control# 1 in Artificial Intelligence# 1 in Computer Hardware# 1 in Cybernetics# 1 in Information Systems# 1 in Manufacturing Engineering# 1 in Theory and Methods# 1 in Telecommunications# 2 in Electrical Engineering# 3 in Aerospace EngineeringBased on the 2015 study released June 2016The Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports presentsquantifiable statistical data that provides a systematic,objective way to evaluate the world’s leading journals.

IEEE and Patents

IEEE Leads US Patent CitationsTop 20 Publishers Referenced Most Frequently by Top 40 Patenting OrganizationsSource: 1790 Analytics LLC 2015. Based on number of references to papers/standards/conferences from 1997-2014

IEEE Leads European Patent CitationsTop 20 Publishers Referenced Most Frequently by Top 25 Patenting OrganizationsIEEE is the top citedpublisher in patentreferences from theEuropean Patent OfficeSource: 1790 Analytics LLC 2012, , Science References from 1997-2011

Technology areas where patentscite IEEE mostBatteryComputer hardwareComputer softwareInformation storageMeasuring, testing,and controlMedical devicesNuclear and X-rayOpticsPower systemsRoboticsSemiconductorsSmart GridSolar/PhotovoltaicTelecommunicationsWind EnergySource: 1790 Analytics LLC 20151212/15/2016

Content on IEEE XploreDigital Library

Full text content from all 39 IEEE SocietiesIEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems SocietyIEEE Antennas and Propagation SocietyIEEE Broadcast Technology SocietyIEEE Intelligent Transportation SystemsSocietyIEEE Magnetics SocietyIEEE Circuits and Systems SocietyIEEE Microwave Theory and TechniquesSocietyIEEE Communications SocietyIEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences SocietyIEEE Components, Packaging, and ManufacturingTechnology SocietyIEEE Oceanic Engineering SocietyIEEE Computational Intelligence SocietyIEEE Power Electronics SocietyIEEE Computer SocietyIEEE Power & Energy SocietyIEEE Consumer Electronics SocietyIEEE Product Safety Engineering SocietyIEEE Control Systems SocietyIEEE Professional Communications SocietyIEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation SocietyIEEE Education SocietyIEEE Electron Devices SocietyIEEE Photonics SocietyIEEE Reliability SocietyIEEE Robotics and Automation SocietyIEEE Signal Processing SocietyIEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility SocietyIEEE Society on Social Implications ofTechnologyIEEE Engineering in Medicine and BiologySocietyIEEE Solid-State Circuits SocietyIEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing SocietyIEEE Industrial Electronics SocietyIEEE Industry Applications SocietyIEEE Information Theory SocietyIEEE Instrumentation and Measurement SocietyIEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics SocietyIEEE Technology and EngineeringManagement Society NEW in 2015IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, andFrequency Control SocietyIEEE Vehicular Technology Society


Multidisciplinary Content onIEEE Xplore Digital Library

Life SciencesAt least eight IEEE publications are dedicated in wholeor in part to technology related to Life Sciences.Plus, there are more than 90 annual conferences, 20periodicals and 20 IEEE standards that cover medicaldevice communications.In IEEE Xplore, you’ll also find coverage of therapeutic devices usedin rehabilitation processes, such as physical therapy and devicesused to restore movement and function.Examples of IEEE publications:IEEEIEEEIEEEIEEEIEEEIEEEPulseTrans. on Biomedical EngineeringReviews on Biomedical EngineeringTrans. on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation EngineeringTrans. on Information Technology in BiomedicineTrans. on Medical ImagingIEEE/ACM Trans. on Computational Biology and BioinformaticsIEEE Trans. on Biomedical Circuits and SystemsIEEE Trans. on NanoBioscienceIEEE Trans. on Autonomous Mental Development.

Geoscience and related fieldsIEEE’s geoscience and remote sensing publications coverthe fusion of engineering and geoscientific fieldsincluding geophysics, geology, hydrology,meteorology, etc.In IEEE Xplore, you’ll also find information relevant tonatural resources engineering and mineralresources engineering, including extensive coverage oftechnologies related to oil and gas exploration,drilling operations, offshore oil rigs and mining.Examples of IEEE publications:IEEE Trans. on Geoscience & Remote SensingIEEE Geoscience & Remote Sensing MagazineIEEE Geoscience & Remote Sensing LettersIEEE International Symposium Geoscience and RemoteSensing (IGARSS)IEEE Petroleum and Chemical Industry TechnicalConference (PCIC)

Manufacturing EngineeringIEEE’s publications cover manufacturing practices and technologies,including the development of systems, processes, machines, andtools.In IEEE Xplore, you’ll find information on virtual manufacturing,computer integrated manufacturing, agile manufacturing,quality control, robotics and automation, mechatronics, andmuch moreRelevant IEEE publications include:– IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics(#1 most cited journal in Engineering – Manufacturing)– IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology– IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing– IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering– IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine– IEEE International Symposium on Assembly and Manufacturing– International Conference on Digital Manufacturing and Automation– e-Manufacturing & Design Collaboration Symposium Electronics ManufacturingTechnology Symposium– International Conference on System Science, Engineering Design and ManufacturingInformatization

Digital Art & TechnologyIEEE Xplore covers the leading edge ofcomputer graphics technology and itsapplications in everything from business to thearts.Topics include computer graphics, design,animation, 3D, user interface, motiongraphics, and moreExamples of IEEE Xplore publications:IEEE Computer GraphicsIEEE Trans. On Visualization & Computer GraphicsInternational Conference on Computer-Aided Design& Computer GraphicsInternational Conference on Computer Graphics,Imaging & VisualizationInternational Conference on Image & Graphics

Game DesignIEEE Xplore covers the design of video games,mathematical games, human-computerinteractions in games, and games involvingphysical objects.Topics include game production,computational intelligence, artificialintelligence, simulations, and moreExamples of IEEE Xplore publications:IEEE Trans. On Computational Intelligence and AI inGamesSymposium on Computational Intelligence in GamesInternational Conference on Computer GamesInternational Workshop on Digital Game andIntelligent Toy Enhanced LearningInternational Symposium on Haptic, Audio, VisualEnvironments and Games

With IEEE Xplore, learn howtechnology impacts fields such as Healthcare: telemedicine, electronic medical records,patient-specific healthcare, cloud computing in the medicalfield, patient monitoring systems, informatics, and more

With IEEE Xplore, learn how technologyimpacts fields such as Transportation: intelligent transportation systems,logistics, supply chain management, and moreRelated IEEE Journals & Conferences:IEEE Trans. on Intelligent TransportationSystemsIEEE Intelligent Transportation SystemsMagazineIEEE Trans. on Automation Science andEngineeringIEEE International Conference onAutomation and Logistics

With IEEE Xplore, learn howtechnology impacts fields such as Entertainment: computer graphics, animation, 3D, digitalmotion pictures, laser projectors, and more

With IEEE Xplore, learn howtechnology impacts fields such as Apparel Design: e-textiles, smart fabrics, intelligentclothing, wearable computing, and more

New IEEE Journals Planned for 2017In 2017, IEEE will introduce six new journals that will be availablefor subscription:IEEE Communications Standards MagazineIEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves inMedicine and BiologyIEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in ComputationalIntelligenceIEEE Transactions on Green Communications and NetworkingIEEE Transactions on Radiation and Plasma Medical SciencesIEEE Journal of Radio Frequency IdentificationAll Included in an IEL SubscriptionFor a complete title listing, to go:

New IEEE Journals Coming in2016In 2016, IEEE will introduce four new journalsthat will be available for subscription:IEEE Transactions on Intelligent VehiclesIEEE Journal on Multiscale andMultiphysics Computational TechniquesIEEE Robotics and Automation LettersIEEE Transactions on SustainableComputingAll included in an IEL subscriptionFor a complete title listing, to go:

New IEEE Journals from 2015IEEE Trans. on Big DataIEEE Trans. on Transportation ElectrificationIEEE Trans. on Cognitive Communications andNetworkingIEEE Trans. on Computational ImagingIEEE Trans. on Molecular, Biological, andMulti-Scale CommunicationsIEEE Trans. on Multi-Scale ComputingSystemsIEEE Trans. on Signal and InformationProcessing over NetworksIEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics MagazineAll included in an IEL subscriptionFor a complete title listing, to go: 2016

A sampling of some of the newconferences added in 2015Big Data Software Engineering(BIGDSE), 2015 IEEE/ACM 1stInternational Workshop onComputational Electromagnetics(ICCEM), 2015 IEEE InternationalConference onDC Microgrids (ICDCM), 2015 IEEE FirstInternational Conference onElectromagnetic Compatibility andSignal Integrity, 2015 IEEE SymposiumonIdentity, Security and BehaviorAnalysis (ISBA), 2015 IEEE InternationalConference onIndustrial Engineering and OperationsManagement (IEOM), 2015 InternationalConference onMicrowaves for Intelligent Mobility(ICMIM), 2015 IEEE MTT-S InternationalConference onMultimedia Big Data (BigMM),2015 IEEE International ConferenceonNetworking Systems andSecurity (NSysS), 2015International Conference onSampling Theory andApplications (SampTA), 2015International Conference onSignal Processing, Informatics,Communication and EnergySystems (SPICES), 2015 IEEEInternational Conference onSmart Cities Conference (ISC2),2015 IEEE First International

Examples of New IEEEConferences in 2014Internet of Things (WF-IoT), 2014 IEEEWorld Forum onHumanitarian Technology Conference,(IHTC), 2014 IEEE Canada InternationalAerospace Electronics and RemoteSensing Technology (ICARES), 2014IEEE International Conference onTransportation Electrification AsiaPacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific), 2014 IEEEConference and ExpoIntelligent Energy and PowerSystems (IEPS), 2014 IEEEInternational Conference onQuantum Optics Workshop (QOW),2014Antenna Measurements & Applications(CAMA), 2014 IEEE Conference onSensor Systems for a ChangingOcean (SSCO), 2014 IEEEConsumer Electronics, Taiwan (ICCETW), 2014 IEEE International ConferenceonWireless and Mobile, 2014 IEEE AsiaPacific Conference onEnergy Conversion (CENCON), 2014IEEE Conference onEthics in Science, Technology andEngineering, 2014 IEEE InternationalSymposium onIndustrial Engineering andInformation Technology (IEIT),2014 International Conference onGuidance, Navigation and ControlConference (CGNCC), 2014 IEEEChinese

Content EnhancementsPopular IEEE StandardsIEEE 802 Series—IEEE Standard for EthernetIEEE 3000 Standards Collection —Formerly the IEEE Color Books , this collection willreorganize the 13 Color Books into approximately 70 “dot” standards covering specifictechnical topics on all facets of industrial and commercial power systems.IEEE 81-2012 —IEEE Guide for Measuring Earth Resistivity, Ground Impedance, and EarthSurface Potentials of a Grounding System2012 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC )—Sets the ground rules for practicalsafeguarding of persons during the installation, operation, or maintenance of electric supplyand communications lines and associated equipment.IEEE 43 —IEEE Recommended Practice for Testing Insulation Resistance of ElectricMachineryIEEE 80 —IEEE Guide for Safety in AC Substation GroundingIEEE 81 —IEEE Guide for Measuring Earth Resistivity, Ground Impedance, and EarthSurface Potentials of a Grounding System

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NEW! Full-Text HTML forStandards Modern, mobilefriendly design Figures carousel Table of contentswithin Standard Search within aStandard Evolution of theStandard

What are standards?Standards are published documents that establish specificationsand procedures designed to ensure the reliability of thematerials, products, methods, and/or services people useevery day.Standards form the fundamental building blocks for productdevelopment by establishing consistent protocols that can beuniversally understood and adoptedStandards establish compatibility, interconnectivity, interoperability, simplifyproduct development, and speed time-to-marketStandards make it easier to understand and compare competingproducts.As standards are globally adopted and applied in many markets,they also help with international trade

Types of IEEE standardsStandards: Documents with mandatory requirements.Recommended Practices: Documents in which proceduresand positions preferred by the IEEE are presented.Guides: Documents in which alternative approaches to goodpractice are suggested but no clear-cut recommendationsare made.Trial-Use Documents: Publications in effect for not morethan two years.Can be any of the categories of standards publications listed above.IEEE Confidential

IEEE Standards DevelopmentLifecycleIEEE Standards are developed using a time-tested,effective and trusted process.IEEE Confidential

States of Activity of IEEE standardsDeveloping Standardsprojects thathave not yetbeenapproved asstandards(e.g., drafts).Active Approvedstandardsthat have notbeentransferredto inactivestatus (e.g.,activestandards andrevisions).Inactive Standardsthat are nolonger beingreviewed orassessed foraccuracy,relevance tocurrentpractices orfurtherapplications(e.g.,withdrawnstandards).

IEEE Standards DevelopmentIEEE standards development process may result in one ormore of the following documents:New: Document that does not replace or modify anotherstandard.Revision: Document that updates and replaces (i.e., supersedes)an existing IEEE standard in its entirety.Amendment: Document that adds to, removes from, or altersmaterial in a portion of an existing IEEE standard and may makeeditorial or technical corrections to that standard.Corrigendum: Document that only corrects editorial errors,technical errors, or ambiguities in an existing IEEE standard. Acorrigendum does not introduce new material.Erratum: Document that contains only grammatical correctionsto, or corrections of errors introduced during the publishingprocess of, an existing IEEE standard.

Who participates in standardsdevelopment?Stakeholders and interested eral agenciesPublicOpen in membership, participation and governanceNo restrictions – any individual or company

Standards ResourcesIEEE-SA Standards Development Cycle ew of process, proceduresStandards Status Report htmlSearch for standards and drafts to find the status and descriptionApproved Standards ting of IEEE-SA Standard Board approvalsGlobal Cooperation IEEE-SA supports collaboration, development and adoption of standardsacross the globe in partnership with industry, governments and thepublic (e.g., ISO, IEC, ITU)eTools E-SA’s collection of online tools and resources for standardsdevelopers

Why Publish with the IEEE?

for your institutionfor your facultyPublishingcreates valuefor your investorsand donorsfor science & technologyfor students

What else increases an IEEEauthor’s visibility?IEEE’s relationships with indexingand abstracting providers

PublishIEEE journal or IEEE conference? A journal article is a fully developed presentation of yourwork and its final findings Original research results presented Clear conclusions are made and supported by the dataA conference article can be written while research is ongoing Can present preliminary results or highlight recent work Gain informal feedback to use in your researchConference articles are typically shorter than journal articles,with less detail and fewer references

PublishIEEE journal or IEEE conference?IEEE Journals IEEE journals are cited 3times more often in patentapplications than otherleading publisher’s journals IEEE Conferenceproceedings are recognizedworldwide as the most vitalcollection of consolidatedpublished articles in EE,computer science, relatedfields A high percentage ofarticles submitted toany professionalpublication are rejected Per IEEE Policy, if you donot present your article ata conference, it may besuppressed in IEEE Xploreand not indexed in otherdatabasesPROCONIEEE Conferences

Duplicate PublicationIEEE's policy on duplicate publication states"authors should only submit original work that hasneither appeared elsewhere for publication, norwhich is under review for another refereedpublication. If authors have used their ownpreviously published work(s) as a basis for a newsubmission, they are required to cite the previouswork(s) and very briefly indicate how the newsubmission offers substantively novel contributionsbeyond those of the previously published work(s)."

ChooseFind periodicals in IEEE Xplore Browse by Title orTopic to find theperiodical that’sright for yourresearch

SubmitJournal paper submission is easythrough IEEE Xplore Click “Submit aManuscript”Follow the promptsto set up an account

SubmitUse conference site (not IEEE Xplore)to submit to a conferenceFor completeinformation, see the Callfor Papers for theconference in question.Each IEEE sponsoredconference has its ownrequirements for publishing.

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Paper StructureElements of a es

Paper StructureTitleAn effective title should Answerthe reader’s question:“Is this article relevant to me?” Grabthe reader’s attentionthe content of a paperusing the fewest possible wordsGoodTitleVS. Describe Is crisp, concise Uses keywords Avoids jargonBadTitle

Paper StructureGood vs. Bad TitleA Human Expert-based Approach to Electrical Peak DemandManagementVSA better approach of managing environmental andenergy sustainability via a study of different methodsof electric load forecasting

Paper StructureGood vs. Better TitleAn Investigation into the Effects of Residential AirConditioning Maintenance in Reducing the Demand forElectrical EnergyVS“Role of Air-Conditioning Maintenance on ElectricPower Demand”

Paper StructureAbstractWhy you didA “stand alone” condensedversion of the article Nomore than 250 words;written inthe past tenseWhat you did Useskeywordsand index termsWhy they’re useful & important& move the field forwardHow the resultswere useful,important & movethe field forward

tions/ted info for authors.pdfThe abstract must be a concise yet comprehensive reflection ofwhat is in your article. In particular, the abstract must be asfollows.1) Self-contained, without abbreviations, footnotes, or references;it should be a microcosm of the full article2) Between 150-250 words. Be sure that you adhere to theselimits; otherwise, you will need to edit your abstract accordingly.3) Written as one paragraph, and should not contain displayedmathematical equations or tabular material.4) Should include three or four different keywords orphrases, as this will help readers to find it. It is important toavoid over-repetition of such phrases as this can result in a pagebeing rejected by search engines.5) Ensure that your abstract reads well and is grammaticallycorrect.

Paper StructureGood vs. Bad AbstractThe objective of this paper was to propose a human expert-based approach to electrical peak demandmanagement. The proposed approach helped to allocate demand curtailments (MW) amongdistribution substations (DS) or feeders in an electric utility service area based on requirements of thecentral load dispatch center. Demand curtailment allocation was quantified taking into accountdemand response (DR) potential and load curtailment priority of each DS, which can be determinedusing DS loading level, capacity of each DS, customer types (residential/commercial) and loadcategories (deployable, interruptible or critical). Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) was used to model acomplex decision-making process according to both expert inputs and objective parameters.Simulation case studies were conducted to demonstrate how the proposed approach can beimplemented to perform DR using real-world data from an electric utility. Simulation resultsdemonstrated that the proposed approach is capable of achieving realistic demand curtailmentallocations among different DSs to meet the peak load reduction requirements at the utility level.VsThis paper presents and assesses a framework for an engineering capstone design program. Weexplain how student preparation, project selection, and instructor mentorship are the three keyelements that must be addressed before the capstone experience is ready for the students. Next,we describe a way to administer and execute the capstone design experience including designworkshops and lead engineers. We describe the importance in assessing the capstone designexperience and report recent assessment results of our framework. We comment specifically onwhat students thought were the most important aspects of their experience in engineering capstonedesign and provide quantitative insight into what parts of the framework are most important.First person, present tenseNo actual results, only describes the organization of the paper

Paper StructureKeywordsUse in the Title andAbstract for enhancedSearch Engine archable

Keywords link to potentialreviewersKeywords should be taken from the taxonomy provided inScholarOne Manuscripts. Using the keywords from the keyword list isessential to the review process because ScholarOne Manuscripts linksthem to names of potential reviewers who are associated with thatarea of expertise, thereby expediting the review process. Weencourage all users to include keywords as part of their accountinformation. If you currently do not have keywords included as partof your account information, you may add them by clicking the "edityour information" button on the main menu. Scroll down the pageuntil you reach the "keywords" box. You may then select thekeywords that apply to you from the list journals#Length of Review Process

Paper StructureIntroduction A description of the problem you researched It should move step by step through, should be written inpresent tense:Generally knowninformationabout the topic Prior studies’historicalcontext to yourresearchThe introduction should not be Too broad or vague More then 2 pagesYour hypothesisand an overviewof the resultsHow the articleis organized

Paper StructureMethodology Problem formulation and the processes used to solve theproblem, prove or disprove the hypothesis Use illustrations to clarify ideas, support conclusions:TablesGraphsPresent representative dataor when exact values are importantto showShow relationshipsbetween data pointsor trends in dataFiguresQuickly show ideas/conclusions thatwould require detailed explanationsFig. A

Types of GraphicsColor/Grayscale figuresFigures that are meant to appear in color, or shades ofblack/gray. Such figures may include photographs,illustrations, multicolor graphs, and flowcharts.Lineart figuresFigures that are composed of only black lines and shapes.These figures should have no shades or half-tones of gray.Only black and white.TablesData charts which are typically black and white, butsometimes include color.

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Paper StructureResults/discussionResultsDemonstrate that yousolved the problem ormade significant advancesResults: Summarized Data Should be clear and concise Use figures or tables with narrativeto illustrate findingsDiscussionDiscussion: Interprets the Results Why your research offersa new solution Acknowledge any limitations

Paper StructureConclusion Explain what the research has achieved As it relates to the problem statedin the Introduction Revisit the key points in each section Include a summary of the main findings,important conclusions and implicationsfor the fieldProvide benefits and shortcomings of: The solution presented Your research and methodologySuggest future areas for research

Paper StructureReferences Support and validate thehypothesis your researchproves, disproves or resolves There is no limit to thenumber of references But use only those that directlysupport our workEnsure proper authorattributionProperlycited material Author name, article title,publication name, publisher,year published, volume,chapter and page number IEEE journals generally followa citation numbering system

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Writers last task once all sectionsare written: How do they fit together? Does each section perform its appointed task? Is the order logical? Do the ideas flow together? Is it easy to read? Does the same material appear more than ones? Can it be clearer? Is there enough detail?

ReviewReview Processe.g. IEEETransactions onInformationTechnology inBiomedicine

AudienceWhat IEEE editors andreviewers are looking for Content that is appropriate, in scope and level,for the journal Clearly written original material that addresses a newand important problem Valid methods and rationale Conclusions that make sense Illustrations, tables and graphs that support the text References that are current and relevant to the subject

AudienceWhy IEEE editors and reviewersreject papers The content is not a good fit for the publication There are serious scientific flaws: Inconclusive results or incorrect interpretation Fraudulent research It is poorly written It does not address a big enough problemor advance the scientific field The work was previously published The quality is not good enough for the journal Reviewers have misunderstood the article

Open Access Publications

Types Traditional Journals –Users/Libraries pay for access Open Access Journals –Author pays article costs, freedownload Hybrid Journals –Most articles are traditional, some areopen access (author preference)

First Fully Open Access Topical JournalsIEEE Journal ofElectron DevicesSocietyEditors in ChiefFabrizio Lombardi, IEEETransactions on EmergingTopics in ComputingCarmen S. Menoni,IEEE Photonics JournalRenuka P. Jindal, IEEEJournal of ElectronDev

IEEE Reliability Society IEEE Robotics and Automation Society IEEE Signal Processing Society IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society NEW in 2015 IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society

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