Writing technical papers plays an important role for engineers, and for growth of technology. With more than 170 journals, 1,400 annual conferences, and other publication options, IEEE offers authors the opportunity to make a difference in their careers and in their fields.
Authors are invited to submit their work to IEEE journals, magazines, and other publications. Prospective contributors should be familiar with the submission guidelines for the appropriate publications, as outlined below.
Authorship Workshop Information
In 2014, IEEE hosted a series of live authorship workshops across India, China, and Europe. The workshop focused on how to publish a technical paper with IEEE and offers advice on everything from how the IEEE publishing process works to basic writing tips and submitting a manuscript. One of the sessions was recorded and is now available for viewing. The video was divided into four segments for ease of viewing. The recordings should be viewed by technology professionals with an interest in learning how to publish with IEEE.
IEEE recorded the session below at the University College London. The keynote speakers were Professor Saifur Rahman of Virginia Tech and Rachel Berrington of IEEE Client Services.
Part 1: Authorship Workshop Video: How to Publish a Technical Paper with IEEE
Part 2: Audience & Paper Structure
Part 3: Ethics, Where to Publish, Open Access & Impact Factor
Part 4: Using IEEE Xplore and Other Author Tools
To view specific submission guidelines and calls for papers for any IEEE journal or magazine, visit the IEEE Xplore® digital library. Browse by Journals & Magazines, select a publication title, then select the appropriate link in the Author Resources section of the page (see below).
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