Electrical machines and drives
Motion control hardware and software
Power electrical circuits
Industrial process control
Devices and systems
Industrial electrical power systems
EE education issues
Our Aims and Scope
JEE continues the prestigious "Scientific Bulletin" of University "POLITEHNICA", electrotechnical section, but in electronic form. It also aims to become a fully international archival journal.
All operations will be done through INTERNET (paperless).
JEE is published in 4 volumes per year: March, June, September, and December.
Its scope includes all issues of widespread generic interest to engineers who work in the field of electrical engineering. By electrical engineering we mean industrial and home uses of electricity from power electronics to, e-phones, through robotics, industrial drives, power systems energy conversion with renewables penetration, e-transport etc. In brief: smarter electric energy use and savings for a better life in a cleaner environment.
The prospective authors are expected to submit three types of papers:
- invited review papers;
- technical papers;
- letters to the editor.
Technical papers should contain new theoretical and test (implementation) results in a rather detailed fashion. Letters to the editor are short papers, reporting work in progress.
Though JEE accepts direct paper proposals, it accepts papers already presented at International Conferences, one by one uploaded by the authors, but with a 30% enrichment in Contents and after re-reviewing by JEE.RO.
We expect papers from both academia and industry, as due to its free access on INTERNET, a large audience may visit this new virtual journal. No paper processing-fee for reviewing by our international editorial board etc is expected from authors, either.
The international Editorial Board will review papers within 3 to 6 months from the receival and the authors will be notified of the outcome.
When referencing our Electronic Journal papers, the authors should include the following information when citing your e-journal:
- Journal title (the standard abbreviation for our journal; avoid acronyms that may be confused with other titles)
- Volume number (if applicable) - Issue Number (if applicable; within parenthesis)
- Page number and/or article number (clearly identifying the article number as such) - Year of publication
- Year of publication