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A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology. Members and customers around the world rely on IEEE as a source of technical information.

To fulfill the need for technical information and support the advancement of technology, IEEE publishes 151 transactions, journals and magazines. The IEEE Xplore digital library contains more than 3 million documents and sponsors more than 1,000 conferences every year.

 

IEEE Transactions, Journals, and Letters

There are 151 unique publications specific to technical areas that relate to:

  • aerospace and electronic systems
  • applied superconductivity
  • audio, image, speech, language, and signal processing
  • biomedical
  • circuits and systems
  • communications and wireless
  • components, packaging and manufacturing technologies
  • computer science
  • controls
  • electron devices, semiconductors
  • education
  • engineering management
  • geoscience and remote sensing
  • microwave theory and techniques
  • nanotechnology and nanobioscience
  • power
  • reliability
  • sensors, and many more
 
 

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IEEE Magazines

Covering the same technical areas mentioned above, IEEE also publishes 37 magazines that may provide the perfect audience for your research and writing endeavors. Access to abstracts of all articles found in IEEE Xplore is available free to guests and subscribers.  

 
 

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Conference Proceedings

IEEE publishes more than 1,000 leading-edge conference proceedings every year, which are recognized by academia and industry worldwide as the most vital collection of consolidated published papers in electrical engineering, computer science, and related fields.

Get published in an IEEE Conference Proceeding:

 
 

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IEEE Open Access

IEEE Open Access delivers articles free of charge to readers worldwide.

References for Authors

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