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JCR Impact Factor: 0.459
JCR 5-Year IF: 0.442
Issues per year: 4
Current issue: Aug 2016
Next issue: Nov 2016
Avg review time: 97 days


PUBLISHER

Stefan cel Mare
University of Suceava
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science
13, Universitatii Street
Suceava - 720229
ROMANIA

Print ISSN: 1582-7445
Online ISSN: 1844-7600
WorldCat: 644266260
doi: 10.4316/AECE


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LATEST NEWS

2016-Jun-14
Thomson Reuters published the Journal Citations Report for 2015. The JCR Impact Factor of Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering is 0.459, and the JCR 5-Year Impact Factor is 0.442.

2015-Dec-04
Starting with Issue 2/2016, the article processing charge is 300 EUR for each article accepted for publication. The charge of 25 EUR per page for papers over 8 pages will not be changed. Details are available in the For authors section.

2015-Jun-10
Thomson Reuters published the Journal Citations Report for 2014. The JCR Impact Factor of Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering is 0.529, and the JCR 5-Year Impact Factor is 0.476.

2015-Feb-09
Starting on the 9th of February 2015, we require all authors to identify themselves, when a submission is made, by entering their SCOPUS Author IDs, instead of the organizations, when available. This information will let us better know the publishing history of the authors and better assign the reviewers on different topics.

2015-Feb-08
We have more than 500 author names on the ban-list for cheating, including plagiarism, false signatures on the copyright form, false E-mail addresses and even tentative to impersonate well-known researchers in order to become a reviewer of our Journal. We maintain a full history of such incidents.

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Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering Cover for the Print Edition

Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering

ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
doi: 10.4316/aece
www.aece.ro, www.aece.eu

JCR Impact Factor:
 0.459 
JCR 5-Year Impact Factor:
 0.442 
Journal Citation Reports® 2015 Science Edition
(Published by Thomson Reuters in 2016)

 
 
 
Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering® (Adv. Electr. Comp. Eng. - ISO4 abbreviated title) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava. This journal is indexed and abstracted in Science Citation Index Expanded® and Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition® by Thomson Reuters (former ISI).

The Journal policy is to publish high quality original scientific articles with permission from the Editorial Board. The principal aim of the journal is to bring together the latest research and development in various fields of science and technology such as electrical engineering, electrotechnics, electric machines modeling and design, control of electric drive systems, non-conventional energy conversion, sensors, electronics, communications, data transmission, energy converters, transducers modeling and design, electro-physics, nanotechnology, computer science, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, knowledge engineering, process control theory and applications, distributed systems, computer networks and software engineering. Papers must be written in English and they must not have been previously published and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

In fifteen years of existence, researchers from more than 50 countries have chosen AECE journal for the submission of their manuscripts and high profile researchers from 15 countries have joined AECE International Scientific Board. The Editorial Board is looking forward to further improve the quality of AECE journal and to broaden the impact of AECE articles.

We provide on-line full-text free access to all published papers. Permanent links to published papers are maintained by using the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system by CrossRef.

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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania
 
 
 
 
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