IEEE Power Electronics MagazineIEEE Power Electronics Magazine is a quarterly magazine with the goal of bringing leading-edge practical power solutions and the latest technology information to its readers so that they can be at the forefront of their engineering careers. Besides publishing peer reviewed cutting-edge applications oriented articles solicited research labs, power supply manufacturers, and semiconductor vendors, the magazine also publishes application design features contributed by practicing engineers in the industry.
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Submitting unsolicited articles
IEEE Power Electronics Magazine articles are contributed by practicing engineers, experienced designers, and researchers from either industry or academia. These articles offer effective use of the state-of-the-art electronic components and devices, application of control theory and circuit design techniques, and the development of analytical tools used in efficient and effective energy conversion, control, utilization, and conditioning of electric power. If you are interested in contributing an original article for the magazine, please submit your idea or an abstract (<250 words) of the article to editor-in-chief (EiC) Ashok Bindra at email@example.com. Upon approval of the abstract, you will be given author guidelines that includes length, format and other article details. Using these guidelines, complete your article and submit it to the EiC. The article will be peer reviewed by at least two experts in the field. Once passing peer review, the article will be scheduled for an upcoming issue of the magazine. The author must make the changes/corrections recommended by the reviewers. Also, prior to publication, the author must sign an IEEE copyright form.
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