Researchers rely on IEEE for trusted information. Eleven million downloads each month is strong evidence that the IEEE Xplore? digital library provides authors with the “findability” they seek.
IEEE maintains active partnerships with abstracting and indexing providers such as Elsevier, Clarivate, ProQuest, IET, and NLM to maximize the discovery of author works.
Each author enjoys the advantage of becoming part of IEEE’s stellar reputation and 125-year history of innovation. Past and present members include nearly two dozen Nobel Prize-winning innovators.?
Today, IEEE has over 400,000 professional and student members who will shape technology for years to come.
Consistent quality and high demand make IEEE publications trusted sources for researchers in corporations, academia, and government.?
IEEE journals and conference proceedings receive nearly three times the patent citations of competing publishers, which gives IEEE authors a distinct mark of credibility within their field of interest.
IEEE’s web-based workflow, including electronic submission via ScholarOne Manuscripts?, has shortened the time from submission to IEEE publication and helps authors track a paper’s progress.
IEEE publishes articles, not issues, so there is no additional waiting for the entire journal issue to be assembled.
IEEE Publishing connects brilliant minds like yours with other leading voices in technology specialties.
Tools are available to help manage your workflow and make it easier to collaborate, reference, publish, and deliver your writing to readers and researchers.
The peer-review process is designed to ensure the high quality of every article submitted to and published by IEEE and is required before acceptance for publication or presentation.
The author benefits from peer review feedback, while the reader or conference attendee is assured strong and credible research.
As a member of CrossRef, IEEE Xplore articles include outbound reference links to other publisher content registered in the CrossRef system.?
IEEE Xplore is indexed by Google?, allowing Google search results to include links to IEEE Xplore.