The IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics is published bimonthly in January, March, May, July, September and November. Papers are available in Xplore immediately after acceptance. Its scope includes new results in the field of power electronics. For example, papers that treat original component, device, module, circuit, control, system, or application issues are of interest. Papers that do not show sufficient overlap with interest in the power electronics field (a few examples are device physics, component manufacturing technologies, and circuit theory) should be submitted to other IEEE TRANSACTIONS that cover these fields. Authors should pay particular attention to documenting their work in relationship to the known literature. Papers of a historical or tutorial nature within the scope of this publication will also be considered.
Manuscript Submission and Review: If you are a researcher in the power electronics industry or are aspiring for a university career, establishing your publications portfolio is essential. Publication in the prestigious Transactions on Power Electronics journal will help elevate your career to new heights! Please take a few moments to read about the paper submission process by clicking here.
The Transactions on Power Electronics uses the same online submission system in Manuscript Central (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tpel-ieee) as the Letters on Power Electronics. Therefore, authors who have an account in Manuscript Central for the Transactions can use it also for Letter submission. Select Regular Paper when you upload your submission files, and your manuscript will be reviewed. Manuscript format and other submission requirements are the same as for Letters submitted to the Transactions.
To download review forms and information intended to aid reviews please click here.
Questions or request for additional information shall be directed to:
Prof. Brad Lehman
Editor, Transactions on Power Electronics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Telephone: (617) 373-3052
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