The most highly cited general-interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science, the Proceedings is the
best way to stay informed on an exemplary range of topics.
The Proceedings of the IEEE is an archival, refereed monthly journal that covers all aspects of electronics, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science with reviews, surveys, and tutorial papers.
• Reviews critically examine a technology, tracing its progress from its inception to the present—and perhaps into the future.
• Surveys comprehensively view a technology—its applications, issues, ramifications, and potential.
• Tutorial papers explain a technology and may give practical information for implementing it. These papers are written for the purpose of informing non-specialist electrical engineers about a particular technology.
This journal provides a definitive treatment of its subjects. Its special issues are structured compilations of papers that cover a given technology in its many and varied aspects. The Proceedings of the IEEE’s invited papers cover more focused topics, giving readers background and insight.
The Proceedings of the IEEE forms a vital repository of basic information that engineers and scientists can draw on for many years. It is the source for engineers who:
• are embarking on new projects;
• keep abreast of developing technologies with a view toward adapting them to current projects;
• maintain a multidisciplinary perspective;
• seek to transfer technology applications from one specialty to another.
Led by Prof. H. Joel Trussell, Editor-in-Chief, the Proceedings of the IEEE Editorial Board is both geographically and professionally diverse across most IEEE Regions and many IEEE Societies. The Board generates and conveys ideas for the journal’s content; provides opinions on all proposals of articles, special issues, and other content; suggests qualified reviewers for articles; and offers informed counsel and advice in support of all publishing objectives.