Transactions on Transportation Electrification
Administrative Sponsor: Power Electronics Society (PELS)
Financial Sponsors: Industry Applications Society (IAS), Power & Energy Society (PES), Power Electronics Society (PELS), Vehicular Technology Society (VTS)
Technical Sponsors: Industrial Electronics Society (IES), Reliability Society (RS)
The IEEE Transaction on Transportation Electrification (TTE) is focused on components, grid-interfaced technologies, standards, sub-systems, and systems related to power and energy conversion, propulsion, and actuation for all types of electrified vehicles, including on-road, off-road, off-highway, and rail vehicles, airplanes, and ships. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Application of fuel cells in transportation
- Batteries for mobile transport
- Battery management systems
- Charging stations
- Dynamic charging in roadways
- Electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid EVs, plug-in hybrid EVs, and range-extended EVs
- Electrification of heavy-duty vehicles and off-road vehicles
- Electrification of rail vehicles and trains
- Electrification of sea, undersea, air, and space vehicles
- Electrified defense vehicles
- Electronic control units
- Emissions and environmental impacts of transportation electrification
- Energy storage systems
- Grid interface technologies
- Hybrid and electric powertrains
- Inductive charging
- Mass transit and public transportation electrification
- On-board and off-board chargers, fast chargers, and opportunity chargers
- Propulsion systems
- Source-to-wheel (STW) energy and supply-chain analysis
- Utility issues related to plug-in vehicles and other grid-interactive transportation
- Vehicle connectivity modules
- Vehicle-to-grid (V2G), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle-to-home (V2H) interfaces
- Vehicle-to-grid communication and control
- Vehicular power electronics, electric machines, and motor drives
For more information, please contact Editor in Chief Alireza Khaligh
Special Issues - Call for Papers
|Topic||Deadline||Scheduled Publication Time|
|Special Issue on Electrified Ship Technologies||January 31, 2024||September 2024|
Manuscript Submission: Prospective authors are invited to submit original contributions or survey papers for review for publication in TTE. All manuscripts must be submitted through Manuscript Central.
Papers submitted for consideration should report on original results not previously presented in any other archival publication, including but not limited to any IEEE Transactions. Notwithstanding this requirement, papers previously presented and published in a Conference Record or Proceedings sponsored by any of the sponsoring IEEE societies of TTE (IAS, IES, PES, PELS, RS, VTS) will be considered (provided that the paper is significantly improved when compared with the conference version of the paper), although it is not required for a paper to have been presented or published at a conference to make it eligible for consideration by TTE. Copyright release may be required if the conference publication is copyrighted by an entity other than IEEE. Authors must indicate in their submission any prior presentation and publication at a conference or prior submission to any other publication. It is the responsibility of the authors to obtain a copyright release if required for submission to the Transactions. It is furthermore the responsibility of the authors to ensure that papers submitted for review are formulated in acceptable English. Inadequate English obscures the technical content of the manuscript and will be grounds for rejection.
Manuscript Format: Beginning in January 2023, all submissions should be in a double-column format and all single-column submissions will be returned.
The paper should be prepared based on letter-size paper (either 8.5" x 11" or A4 sizes) and should be in a double-column, single-spaced format for all submissions (regular paper, letter, and correspondence/corrections). Please use standard fonts such as Times Roman (serif), Helvetica (sans serif), and Symbol. Unusual fonts may create incompatibilities that delay processing. It is the authors' responsibility to make sure the submitted files (in PDF or .ps format) are fully viewable and in the intended format.
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For increased readability during the review process, figures and tables should be interspersed throughout the text of the manuscript, accompanied by captions if possible.
Manuscripts should include all figures, tables, captions, and references, as well as author bylines beneath the paper title (author bylines are required by IEEE at all stages of the review process). Note the author byline on the paper must match the Manuscript Central submission (all authors should be included on both).
The first page should contain the paper title, full first and last names of all authors (do not use an initial for the first name), and author organizational affiliation. Paper titles should avoid extraneous words such as "new" or "novel" that have limited search value. The corresponding author must be indicated clearly, along with the corresponding author's name, postal address, voice telephone number, and e-mail address. The first page should indicate whether or not the paper has been presented at a conference or submitted elsewhere previously, and if so should specify the conference name, dates, and location. The first page should also contain an abstract of not more than 200 words. The abstract should not only indicate the subject and scope of the paper but should summarize, if possible, the authors' conclusion, so that the abstract itself may be a useful document in an information retrieval system. The authors should provide a list of up to five keywords for indexing purposes. Begin the main text of the paper on the second page.
Authors should attempt to limit paper length so that, should it be accepted for publication in the Transactions, the final result is eight pages or fewer in length. Longer papers are subject to mandatory overlength page charges. The submission of papers in a series (Part I, Part II, etc.) on the same subject is normally discouraged as a matter of policy. In such cases, the authors may be asked to consolidate the work into a single submission.
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Copyright: Copyright release may be required if the conference publication is copyrighted by an entity other than the IEEE. Authors must indicate in their submission of any prior presentation and publication at a conference or prior submission to any other publication. It is the authors' responsibility to obtain a copyright release if required for submission to the Transactions.
English Language Editing Services: It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that papers submitted for review are formulated in acceptable English. Inadequate English obscures the technical content of the manuscript and will be grounds for rejection. IEEE does offer English language editing services that can help refine the language of the submission and reduce the risk of rejection without review. IEEE authors are eligible for discounts at several language editing services. Please note that these services are fee-based and do not guarantee acceptance.