IEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes six times a year and contains original research papers and review articles on the most important and latest technological advances in core areas of electrical and electronic engineering and related disciplines. The journal also publishes short communications reporting on the results of the latest findings from researchers in Japan and around the world.
To fully cover the wide range of disciplines represented by the journal, IEEJ's five technical societies are responsible for editing one issue per year. These societies include: Fundamentals and Materials; Power and Energy; Electronics, Information and Systems; Industry Applications; and Sensors and Micromachines.
As an official journal of IEEJ, IEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering also provides reports on important conferences and meetings sponsored by the Institute.
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About Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
Founded in 1888, the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ) is a membership organization of scholars and engineers. A society with a long history of more than a century, its membership today exceeds 28,000 people. As part of its mission, IEEJ seeks innovation and encourages enterprising activities from all its members. IEEJ receives participation and support from various groups, including students who put their hearts into learning electrical science, as well as scholars and engineers at the forefront of universities and companies. In 1991, IEEJ adopted a society system that stimulates general activities and encourages research within distinct specialties. IEEJ supports the scientific community through the activities and studies of electrical science engineers, and through the presentation of research from an international point of view. For more information about IEEJ, please visit www.iee.or.jp/english.
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