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IEEE Access is an interdisciplinary, applications-oriented, all-electronic archival journal continuously presenting the results of original research or development across all of IEEE's fields of interest. Supported by author publication fees, its hallmarks are a rapid peer review and publication process with open access to all readers.


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Benefits of publishing

why publish here

Meets demand for practical information that can bring new products and innovations to market faster, or that doesn't neatly fit into a single topic area.

  • a rapid, binary peer-review process with a decision of accept/reject in approximately 4 weeks;
  • multimedia integration (video abstracts, etc.);
  • each published article is accompanied by usage and citation data;
  • the advantage of being published by IEEE, whose journals are trusted, respected, and rank among the most highly cited;
  • vast global reach to millions who search IEEE Xplore, attend conferences, and conduct research in all technology sectors;
  • all published articles will be maintained in the IEEE archive with free access to all;
  • convenient author-pays publishing model, with an article processing charge of US$1,750 per article.

topics covered

IEEE Access publishes articles that are of high interest to readers—original, technically correct, and clearly presented. The scope of this all-electronic, archival publication comprises all IEEE fields of interest, emphasizing applications-oriented and interdisciplinary articles.

IEEE Access makes it easy for practitioners, researchers, institutions, funding agencies, and others to make published information available to everyone via one of the most prestigious technical publishers in the world. IEEE open access publishing facilitates dissemination to those who seek direct access to an author’s research results.



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Author testimonial videos

 video IEEE author Kaleb McDowell shares key insights from his new article, "Sharing New Breakthroughs in Neuroscience," and discusses the benefits of connecting his work with researchers around the world through open access, fast-turn publishing.
  NYU professor Ted Rappaport, an IEEE Access author, talks about the future of 5G wireless traffic, the potential of his research into millimeter wave wireless communications technology, and the benefits of sharing that work with researchers around the world through open access, fast-turn publishing in a gold-standard IEEE journal: IEEE Access.


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New Special Sections in IEEE Access


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