Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The International Review of Electrical Engineering (IREE) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical and applied papers on all aspects of electrical engineering. The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:

instrumentations and measurements, power devices, energy conversion, mathematical modelling, electrical machines, power electronics and its applications (power electronics applications for home, aerospace, automotive, lighting systems and so on), signal processing, diagnostics, reliability, dependability safety and electromagnetic compatibility, power generation, transmission, and distribution, power system planning and control, network harmonics, power quality, optimization techniques, fault location and analysis, distributed generation, co-generation, renewable energy sources, energy management systems, applications of expert systems, electric and hybrid vehicles, vehicular technology, magnetic fields, theory and modelling of magnetic materials, nanotechnology, plasma engineering, quantum brownian motors, sensors and actuators, electrical circuits, teaching and continuous education, related topics.

IREE also publishes letters to the Editor and research notes which discuss new research, or research in progress in any of the above thematic areas.

 

Section Policies

Articles

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Peer Review Process

After submitting a paper, it will be peer-reviewed.
All our journals are peer-reviewed. Reviewers are appointed by the journal editor.

Peer review has two key functions: 
- To act as a filter and determine the validity, significance and originality of the work to ensure only good research is published. 
- To improve the quality of research submitted for publication by giving reviewers the opportunity to suggest improvements.

The review procedure 

Each submitted paper is subjected to the following review procedure:
- Preliminarly, the Plagiarism Prevention Office (plagiarismprev@praiseworthyprize.org) checks each submission through the Ithenticate’s CrossCheck software, in order to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts (click here to find out more about CrossCheck for Researchers), comunicating the results of the test to the Editor-in-Chief of the journal only in the case of abnormal percentage of similarity;
- the Editor-in-Chief, if not in conflict of interest, decides for general publication suitability;
- in case of conflict of interest, the Editorial Office invites an Editor (Helper editor) to handle the paper;
- the Editor-in-Chief (or the Helper Editor) invites 3 Reviewers to perform an independent review of the article; 
- the Journal adopts a double-blind peer review: the Reviewers are unaware of the identity of the Authors, and the Authors are unaware of the identity of the Reviewers;
- taking care of the recommendations of the Reviewers, the Editor-in-Chief (or the Helper Editor) decides whether the particular article may be accepted as it is, or it may be revised or rejected;
- the Editor contact the Corresponding Author by email with the editorial decision, Editor comments and Reviewer comments. Authors will be requested to revise their manuscript according to the Reviewers' suggestions, comments and criticisms;
- the revised manuscript must be returned within one month and the review process begins again.



Peer review process flowchart



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Publication Frequency

The Journal is published bimonthly, appearing on the last day of February, April, June, August, October, December.

 

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Reviewers Suggestion

In the submission process, the submitter is requested for kindly suggest three potential reviewers with the appropriate acknowledged expertise to review the manuscript. These reviewers will not be automatically approved by the Managing Editor.
At Step 1 of the submission procedure please provide detailed contact information (address, homepage, phone, verified institutional e-mail address). The proposed reviewers should neither be current collaborators of the co-authors nor have published with any of the co-authors of the manuscript within the last five years, according to the Ethical requirement of the review process. They should be from different institutions of the authors. The submitter may also identify appropriate members of the Editorial Board of this journal or others Praise Worthy Prize's journals as potential reviewers. The submitter may also suggest reviewers from the authors that you frequently cite in your paper.




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