Ieee Transactions On Magnetics Latex Template Assignment

Contact: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Editor in Chief

 


 

Information for Authors

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics is published 12 times per year. Submitted manuscripts should be in areas of science and technology related to the basic physics of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, and magnetic devices.

The submission of a manuscript to the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics implies that it has not been copyrighted or published and that it has not been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts submitted for publication are subject to peer review and the established technical and editorial standards of the Transactions. The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics strongly discourages courtesy authorship. It is the obligation of the authors to cite relevant prior work.

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics publishes articles in the following five categories:

  1. Classic in Magnetics - re-publications of articles that represent important landmarks in the development of magnetics
  2. Advances in Magnetics - technical articles providing critical reviews of current topics by noted experts.
  3. Contributed Papers - unsolicited technical articles of archival values, typically less than 15 printed pages in length.
  4. Letters - short technical communications of archival value, limited to a maximum of three printed pages in length. Letters are not intended to report preliminary work. Letters receive expeditious review and handling.
  5. Selected Conference Papers - technical articles of archival value in connection with certain magnetics related conferences. Authors submitting papers in this category must follow specific instructions provided by special conference guest editors and send their manuscripts directly to those editors.

Prospective authors of extended invited papers should contact the Advances in Magnetics Editor. Conferences interested in publishing selected, peer-reviewed papers in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics should contact the Conference Editor (see below).

Procedure for Submitting a Contributed Paper or Letter

An IEEE style guide, "Information for Authors," and other author tools are available at http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/authors/transjnl/. For detailed instructions on the preparation of papers, scroll down to "Word Template for Transactions on Magnetics" and download either TRANSMAG.DOC or TRANSMAG.PDF.

All manuscripts should be submitted electronically on Manuscript Central,http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/transmag-ieee Authors encountering problems should contact transmag{at}ieee.org.

Page Charges

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics does not have page charges. Color printing of figures is available for a minimum fee of $1200 per manuscript. For a precise quote, please contact the IEEE Transactions/Journals Department at trans@ieee.org. There is no charge for color in the electronic version of manuscripts.

Copyright

It is the policy of the IEEE to own the copyright to the technical contributions it publishes on behalf of the interests of the IEEE, its authors, and their employers, and to facilitate the appropriate reuse of this material by others. To comply with the U.S. Copyright Law, authors are required to sign an IEEE Copyright Form before publication. This form, a copy of which appears at http://www.ieee.org/about/documentation/copyright/cfrmlink.htm, returns to authors and their employers full rights to reuse their materials for their own purposes. Authors will be required to file a copyright form electronically after their paper is accepted for publication.


 

Article Numbering

Article numbering for a journal is based on subject categories or topic codes provided by the Society/EIC/Editorial Office. These subject categories are two digits in length. Articles numbers used in IEEE publications use seven digits and will be used once in a journal in a given year. The first two digits constitute the subject category or topic code. The next three digits create the sequence within each subject category. The last two digits represent the page length of the article. For example, article number 2200105 would mean that it is using the subject category listed under 22 (22), it is the first article in that category (001), and the article is 5 pages in length (05). Using article numbers can help relieve a backlog by working on multiple issues at the same time (for issue-based publications) since the next issue is not based on finalizing page numbers for the current issue. Each article is sequenced by using a number that is part of the metadata (sequence number tag). This creates the order on IEEE Xplore. A group of sequence numbers can be assigned per category per issue (or volume) since sequence numbers can be skipped and the numbers used would be in sequential order. This number can vary if you know that a certain topic would have many articles.

How are subject categories assigned to an article?

The best practice to assign a subject category would be to have the code be a part of the manuscript number that has been assigned by the EIC or editorial office. IEEE Magnetics Letters assigns the code upfront. When the article is delivered via ScholarOne Manuscripts to IEEE, the staff editor knows how to start the article number by the manuscript number.

Article numbers need to be in sequential order so when the issue is printed or placed online, readers are able to locate the pages easily. Each topic code will have to follow the order of the articles by article number. This means that topic codes follow in chronological order and each topic code will have an order set by when an article is finalized through IEEE Publications. Both of these factors constitute the order of the Table of Contents.

The Society would need to provide the two-digit subject category numbers.

The Society would have a total of 90 numbers. IEEE needs 10 numbers.
Front Material
00 covers
01 contents
02 editorials
03 front matter
04 awards
05 memoriam/obituaries

Back Material
96 comments/replies
97 corrections/errata
98 announcements/filler
99 other (includes index)

The list of subject categories/topic codes can change from year to year, but please note that authors and the community at large will get used to an article numbering scheme and it may get confusing if changed yearly. For the first two years, numbers may probably change with additions and/or subtractions. From experience with the journals currently using article numbers, subject categories have changed numbers the second year; including the IEEE front and back matter. Each journal does not have to have 90 categories or topic codes. It varies from journal to journal. For example, one journal contains 13 subject categories while another uses all 90. Numbers can be skipped and saved for future use.

The list of subject category/topic code numbers should be published in each issue or volume so the readers have a sense of what the numbering scheme means.

Individual article numbers can only be used once in a year (volume). Staff editors will need to keep track of article numbers from issue to issue. Keeping a spreadsheet works best. Article numbers are also stored in the Publishing Operations Production Portal (POPP).

Tables of Contents

There are two ways to create a Table of Contents. The best practice would be to allot enough sequence numbers per article number. The articles would be on Xplore in chronological order by article number. The Table of Contents would be created following this order. Subject categories could be added to the Table of Contents.

The second way to create a Table of Contents would be to use an index of articles where the categories on the Table of Contents are in a different order than the articles in the issue. This would be the case if an Editor wanted to place the articles in a category in a specific order. The journal itself would be in chronological order, but the order of papers on the Table of Contents would reflect an index of papers.

Article numbering must start at the beginning of a new volume and year and not changed within the year. Indexing services have asked to keep to full volumes as errors may occur. To have articles ready for a new year, please have the list of subject category numbers by October.

For Early Access articles on IEEE Xplore, if the article is a preprint, there will be no article number as the final page count for the article has not been set. Once an article is in an issue or volume, the article number will be finalized. If the article is a rapid post file, when the article is finalized, an article number can be assigned to it. For volume-based publications, the article would then be placed in a volume immediately. For issue-based publications, the article could be placed in a specific issue or rapid posted in the Early Access section if not assigned to a specific issue yet.

Articles in Print Issues

For issue-based publications, all articles begin on a right-hand (odd) page. While every attempt will be made, during the production process, to end articles on a left-hand (even) page, if an article ends on an odd page, a blank page will appear at the end of the article in the print journal issue. For single articles paginated one at a time and then placed on Xplore, article running heads or footers can be corrected during final correction stage.

Article Numbering for TMAG 2013

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Rules for Conference-Related Papers to be Published in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics.

A. Statement of Policy

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics does not publish conference records or proceedings of any kind. The policy of the Transactions is to publish submitted papers which may be related to conferences on basic and applied magnetics and which (a) conform to the high standards of the Transactions, (b) have undergone technical peer review, and (c) have been recommended for publication on the basis of such peer review. As a matter of convenience and service to the technical community, these topical papers are collected and published in one issue of the Transactions. The Transactions does not publish paper abstracts or list talks by title only.

To avoid the proliferation in the literature of multiple versions of the same paper, conferences should not require participants to submit manuscripts for publication as a condition for their participation. However, papers that are not actually presented at the conference (no-shows) may not be published in the Transactions. Because conference-related papers have the same status, from the perspective of the Transactions, as regular papers, the allowed length of contributed papers should not be less than four journal pages to allow the authors enough space to adequately develop their ideas. Invited papers are allocated more pages than contributed papers and should not be less than seven pages. Regular Transactions articles sometimes include author biographies at the end. However, most conferences do not ask authors to include biographies.

B. Peer Review

A major point of IEEE and Magnetics Society editorial policy is that all manuscripts submitted for publication must be peer reviewed. The inclusion of a presentation in the conference program does not guarantee publication of a paper in the Transactions. The full manuscript, not just the abstract, must be thoroughly reviewed by at least two independent technical referees.  One of the referees may be the author's Conference session chair. The full manuscript reviews are in addition to the initial review of the abstract or digest by the Conference Program Committee. After the reviews, it is the responsibility of your Publications Committee to interpret the referees' reports and decide whether to accept the paper as submitted, to require revisions and reconsider the paper, or to reject the paper.  This policy applies to invited papers as well as to contributed papers for the conference. Targeted manuscript acceptance rates are 50% for contributed presentations and 80% for invited presentations, but a lower manuscript acceptance rate may be exercised at the discretion of the Conference Organizers. It is advisable to include in the Call for Papers the statement, "All papers, invited as well as contributed, will be evaluated by peer reviewers to determine their suitability for publication."

C. Peer Review Mechanics

There are usually severe time constraints placed on the review process for conference papers in order to achieve a timely appearance of the papers. It is important that your Publications Committee organize these reviews and evaluations so that accepted standards for competent, technical peer review are not compromised. Conference-related manuscripts must be handled by the web-based submission and peer review system, Manuscript Central (aka ScholarOne Manuscripts), described in more detail in Sections D and G.

The Publications Committee, session chairs, or other individuals in charge of reviewer selection should ensure that referees are qualified and technically competent to review the paper they agree to review, and have sufficient time to perform a thorough review. It is recommended that at least one of the referees have a good command of English and be willing to make reasonable grammatical corrections.

  1. Referees should be contacted in advance. Obtain their agreement to review the papers and communicate to them the expected time frame for the review.
  2. Referees should not be overloaded. For typical conferences, no referee should be responsible for the review of more than three conference papers. However, as an allowable alternative, some conferences use a select editorial board to review conference papers. Each board member reviews up to 12 papers with no distractions over the course of several days. Each paper must receive two reviews.
  3. The conference Publications Committee should make sure that reviews are not "rush jobs" and that the standards applied by the reviewers are the same high standards applied to regular articles submitted to the Transactions.
  4. The identity of the reviewers should not be disclosed to the authors of the papers.
  5. A paper's author should not be placed in a position to select the reviewers for his or her own paper, as in the case, for example, of session chairs charged with the task of selecting reviewers for their sessions.
  6. Referees should not be asked to review papers at the conference, except in special, individual circumstances, such as to help arbitrate a difference in opinion or if a promised review is missing.
  7. In line with the above guideline, it is important for the Publications Committee to pay close attention to the details and the mechanics of the review process. It is a good idea for the Publications Committee to work closely with the Program Committee in arranging for reviewers. Session chairs, often relied upon to arrange for reviewers, should be completely informed of their responsibilities. Some conferences require the oral or poster presentation of a paper before it can be considered for inclusion in the conference issue of the Transactions.
  8. Overduplication refers to excessive use of previously-published results, ideas, data and figures in a submission. Editors should expect to use the information on the ScholarOne Manuscripts site and tools provided by IEEE to ensure that all conference submissions conform to the society's standards for original work, and to report any potential problems or concerns to the Editor-in-Chief. Information concerning IEEE position on plagiarism may be found at http://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/rights/plagiarism_FAQ.html. The CrossCheck tool allows comparisons of submitted manuscripts against a very large database of published technical papers to provide editors with a summary report that highlights the similarity to previously published work. A free IEEE CrossCheck webinar may be found at https://ieee-elearning.org/CLE/course/view.php?id=187. 

 

D. Editor Designations

This section refers to several different editors: Publications Chair, Editors, Conference Editor, and IEEE Associate Editor. To avoid confusion, they are described below.

Each conference will have one publications chairperson responsible for processing the conference-related papers. This individual is referred to as the Publications Chair. The Publications Chair will coordinate various matters related to the publication of the papers in the Transactions. Most conferences have several Publications Committee members ("Editors") to help process the papers. About 100 papers is the maximum a single Editor should handle; 60 papers is the recommended number. Each Editor should be thoroughly familiar with the paper-preparation instructions. It is a good idea for the Program Committee or conference organizer to provide the Editors with a list of the session chairs and reviewers (names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses). An Editor should not be responsible for processing a paper for which he or she is an author, and the identity of the paper's reviewers should not be disclosed to such an Editor.

Manuscript review and handling will be carried out using the web-based submission and peer review system, ScholarOne (S1; also referred to as Manuscript Central). The IEEE Magnetics Society has arranged to provide free individual tutorials in the use of ScholarOne for conference publications chairs and editors. Persons filling these roles will receive specific information on how to sign up for the sessions before the conference review process begins. The training is highly recommended.

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Conference Editor's job is to schedule conference issues, work with each Publications Chair in assuring that IEEE and Transactions editorial requirements are satisfied, help prepare page estimates, and bill the conferences. The current Conference Editor is Dr. Laura H. Lewis, Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115. Telephone: +1-617-373-2989. E-mail: lhlewis@neu.edu.

The Publications Chair will normally be in close contact with an IEEE Associate Editor who will process the materials for the Conference issue. The IEEE Associate Editor contact is Ms. Meredith Fallon, IEEE Transactions/Journals, 445 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, New Jersey 08855. Telephone: 732-562-6872. Fax: 732-562 0545. E mail: mfallon@ieee.org.

E. Supplementary Material

Conference-related information (also known as “Frontmatter”) necessary and/or appropriate for inclusion in the conference issue is permitted. It is required to provide the following documents to the IEEE TMAG Associate Editor, Ms. Meredith Fallon, by email to mfallon@ieee.org: 

  • i) a foreword prepared by the Conference Chair
  • ii) a preface prepared by the Conference Publications Chair.

The Publications Committee may also wish to include other items such as a roster of Conference officers, a list of Conference sponsors, etc. The text for such items should be kept within reason. Editorial remarks should be of a professional nature and should be submitted to the Transactions Conference Editor for approval. Lists of conference attendees are not appropriate for inclusion. Photographs of social activities and other items of a nontechnical nature are prohibited by IEEE policy. Photos related to conference awards, in either color or black-and-white (grayscale) are permitted at no extra charge. Typical cover photos relate to the conference site or to an invited paper published in the conference issue of the journal. Proposed cover photos must be approved by the Transactions Conference Editor.

F. Cost Formula and Billing.

All conference-related papers are published electronically and are accessible by IEEE/Magnetics Society Members. The 2014 formula for charges billed to the Conference for publication is given by:

C = 40•P where C = amount to be paid by conference, in U.S. dollars, P = number of technical pages.

Conference attendees will be provided with a CD that contains the Conference-related papers. Until further notice, the IEEE Magnetics Society will cover charges associated with the production and mailing of these CDs.

A conference can keep its total publishing costs down by limiting the number of papers it accepts for publication. The billing formula is revised each November, if necessary, for conferences publishing 14 to 24 months in the future. Because the Transactions has a page budget to which it must adhere, the conference must negotiate the anticipated number of pages to be published with the Conference Editor.

Here is an example of a cost calculation: There are P = 800 pages of technical paper material; there are 16 pages for the roster of conference officers and Conference Chair's remarks; there is no charge for these 16 pages. These sample parameters give C = $32,000.

The conference will be invoiced directly by the Transactions Conference Editor around the time that the conference issue is scheduled to be published. Please arrange to submit a check payable to IEEE against the invoice. Bank transfer (wire) instructions are also provided. Purchase orders will not be accepted. It is suggested that foreign conferences maintain a U.S. bank account, which perhaps can receive pre-registration fees from U.S. attendees, from which to pay the cost of publication.

In September 2006, the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Magnetics Society approved the following resolution: Conferences that publish papers in the Transactions will be eligible for a page subsidy in the form of a reduction in the publications billing charge. The subsidy will correspond to 1 page per paper, but the amount of the subsidy will be proportional to the level of conference sponsorship with financial responsibility by the Magnetics Society. To receive the subsidy, a conference must allow authors to submit papers of at least 4 journal pages in length.

For information on conference sponsorship and level of financial responsibility, see paragraph J. If you have questions about the subsidy, please contact the Transactions Conference Editor (paragraph D).

G. Author Instructions

For detailed instructions on the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics required manuscript format, authors should be informed to download either TRANSMAG.DOC or TRANSMAG.PDF from http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/authors/transjnl/. An IEEE style guide, "Information for Authors," may be found at http://www.ieee.org/documents/info_authors_kit.pdf.

Authors are required to sign an IEEE Copyright Form before publication. This form appears at http://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/rights/copyrightmain.html, The Publications Committee (or conference organizer) may supplement these instructions with additional items specific to the individual conference. Typical supplementary information is the number of pages allowed for contributed and invited papers, the manuscript receipt date authors should include in the footnote on the first page of their papers, deadlines, etc. Authors should be reminded to not submit a paper if they have already submitted (or plan to submit) a similar paper elsewhere.

All conference manuscripts must be submitted for review and final submission online, through the Transactions on Magnetics – Conferences site, ScholarOne (formerly known as Manuscript Central). ScholarOne may be accessed at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/magconf-ieee. 

Article Numbering: Article numbering for a journal is based on subject categories or topic codes provided by the Society/EIC/Editorial Office. These subject categories are two digits in length. Articles numbers used in IEEE publications use seven digits and will be used once in a journal in a given year. The first two digits constitute the subject category or topic code. The next three digits create the sequence within each subject category. The last two digits represent the page length of the article. This creates the order that the articles appear on IEEE Xplore. For more information, please see the FAQ for Article Numbering.

There is no charge for color figures for the electronic version of a paper. However, for color figures in the print version, paper authors are charged approximately US$1050 per article plus US$125 for each color figure and are billed directly by IEEE. When authors send the final version of their paper, they should indicate very clearly if they want color in the print version. In the absence of such instructions, color will be used only for the electronic version. Please be certain that the black-and-white print version is understandable without the color information. Authors who wish to order reprints are referred to http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/reprints/index.html.

H. Publication Month

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics is published monthly. The Transactions Conference Editor will work with the Publications Chair to determine the best month for the conference issue. The Transactions publishes several conference issues a year. It may be necessary to adjust the publication month to accommodate commitments to these other conferences. It is wise to arrive at an agreement on a target publication date as early as possible, at least one year in advance. Because of scheduling issues and other constraints, it may be necessary for the Conference Editor to reschedule conference issues. Conferences are not scheduled for the December issue, which contains the annual index. The conference must negotiate the anticipated number of pages to be published with the Conference Editor (P in paragraph F).

The IEEE deadline for the receipt of all papers for a given issue month must be observed. Unless other arrangements are made, the IEEE Associate Editor in New Jersey must receive all the material for a conference issue 14 weeks before the first day of the issue month. The deadline also applies to all the required and optional supplementary items (paragraph E). It is the responsibility of the Publications Chair to ensure that all materials reach the IEEE Associate Editor by the required deadline.

I. Mailing Lists

When the conference issue is reproduced on a CD, copies will be sent to the participants and other individuals specified by the conference. To accomplish this mailing, the Publications Chair must provide the IEEE Publications Department/ the IEEE Associate Editor with a electronic spreadsheet of names and mailing addresses of those recipients who will receive a CD. The list should be organized as follows: (1) Separate mailing lists for U.S. and non-U.S. addresses, sorted by 5-digit ZIP code. Non-U.S. names should be sorted alphabetically by country and alphabetically by city within each country. Please indicate the total number of copies ordered (N in paragraph F).

J. Conference Sponsorship

Arrangements between a specific conference and the Transactions for the publication of the conference issue do not constitute or imply sponsorship of the conference by the IEEE or by the IEEE Magnetics Society. Questions regarding conference sponsorship and the level of financial responsibility should be directed to the Chair of the Conference Executive Committee of the Magnetics Society

K. Items to Send to Conference Editor.

The Publications Chair should arrange for the following items to be sent in a timely manner to the Transactions Conference Editor: (1) Estimate of the number of papers and the total number of pages anticipated for publication in the Transactions. This information should be updated whenever more accurate estimates are available. (2) A copy of the conference preface, introduction or foreword, and optional cover photo for approval.

L. Publication of new conferences.

A new policy for publication of papers originating from new conferences was approved by AdCom in November 2014. This policy applies only to “new conferences,” those with fewer than two cycles of Magnetics Society sponsorship or fewer than two cycles of publishing conference-related papers in the Transactions. The guidelines are listed below:

  1. A new conference must be approved for technical or financial sponsorship by the Magnetics Society’s Conference Executive Committee (contact: Randy Victora, University of Minnesota).
  2. The proposed conference publications chair must have experience as a conference editor or as a journal editor and be approved by the Transactions Conference Editor (contact: Laura H. Lewis, Northeastern University).
  3. The conference must target a manuscript rejection rate of at least 50%. (For reference, the rejection rate for regular Transactions articles is about 70%).
  4. A conference organizer or committee member may be an author on no more than two manuscripts accepted for publication.
  5. An assessment of the conference’s peer review process will be carried out by the Transactions editors.


The Transactions Conference Editor may modify these requirements for individual conferences based on additional considerations. These guidelines do not apply to small conferences publishing conference-related articles in IEEE Magnetics Letters, where the regular journal editors handle the reviews.


 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Online for Members of the IEEE Magnetics Society

IEEE Xplore http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/ provides online access to all IEEE publications. If your institution subscribes, you probably can access Xplore from your office computer.

All members of the Magnetics Society can access the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics using any Web connection. Go to http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/ and click on "Establish IEEE Web Account." Once you have a username and password, click on "Journals and Magazines" on the Xplore home page. Click on "Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on" and select the volume of interest. When you choose to view a full-text article, you will be asked to enter your username and password. (Before you do, make sure cookies are enabled on your Web browser.) You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

You may also:

  • Browse the complete collection of tables of contents of all IEEE transactions, journals, magazines, conference proceedings, and standards;
  • Search and view all IEEE abstract/citation records starting from 1988;
  • Browse, search, and view full-text articles of IEEE Spectrum magazine.


Xplore has all articles published in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics since Volume 1, Number 1 (1965).

For additional information, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on the IEEE Xplore home page.


 

Cumulative Index 1985-2000, Volumes 21-36

The IEEE Transactions on Magnetics is pleased to make available to its readers its latest cumulative author and subject indices. The files are in PDF and are searchable with the Adobe Acrobat "Find" function. These PDF files are also available on IEEE Xplore; see Volume 37, Issue 6, Part 2, November 2001.

Author Index (4 MB)
Subject Index (7 MB)

These cumulative index files are also available to Magnetics Society members on IEEE Xplore. Click here to access them.

Cumulative indices copyright © 2001 by IEEE, all rights reserved.


 

IEEE Magnetics Society Publications Department

Chair: Massimo Pasquale, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica, Italy, mpas@ieee.org

Associate Chair: Ron B. Goldfarb, National Institute of Standards and Technology, goldfarb@boulder.nist.gov

 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Editors

NameEmailCompany / Institution,
PAVEL KABOS
Editor-in-Chief
pavel.kabos@nist.govNational Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, Colorado, USA
AMR ADLYamradlya@intouch.comUniversity of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
ANTONIO AZEVEDOaac@df.ufpe.brUniversidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
C. SINGH BHATIAelebcs@nus.edu.sgNational University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
DANIEL BÜRGLERd.buergler@fz-juelich.dePeter Grünberg Institut Electronic Properties, Jülich, Germany
ZBIGNIEW CELINSKIzcelinsk@uccs.eduUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
J. R. CRUZjcruz@ou.eduThe University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA
KENT DAVEYkdavey@ieee.orgThe University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA
DAVID DORRELLddorrell@eng.uts.edu.auUniversity of Technology, Sidney, Australia
LUC DUPRÉluc.dupre@ugent.beUniversiteit Gent, Ghent, Belgium
SILVIO DUTZsilvio.dutz@tu-ilmenau.deTechnische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
JUAN FERNANDEZ-DE-CASTROjuan_fdc@hotmail.comSeagate Corporation, Bloomington, Minnesota, USA
KAY HAMEYERkay.hameyer@iem.rwth-aachen.deRWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
MANGUI HANmangui@gmail.comUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China
MIN-FU HSIEHmfhsieh@mail.ncku.edu.twNational Chen Kung University, Taiwan
LESZEK MALKINSKIlmalkins@uno.eduUniversity of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
MANI MINAmmina@iastate.eduIowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA
S. N. PIRAMANAYAGAM (PREM)prem_SN@dsi.a-star.edu.sgData Storage Institute, Singapore
MARTIN J. SABLIKmsablik@ieee.orgSouthwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, USA
ANDREI SLAVINslavin@oakland.eduOakland University, Michigan, USA
JAN K. SYKULSKIjks@soton.ac.ukUniversity of Southampton, Southampton, U.K.
NIAN SUNwww.northeastern.edu/sunlabNortheastern University, Boston, MA, USA
SATISH S. UDPAudpa@msu.eduMichigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA
MACIEJ ZBOROWSKIzborowm@ccf.orgCleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
ALBRECHT JANDERjander@eecs.orst.eduAdvances in Magnetics Editor, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA
LAURA H. LEWISlhlewis@coe.neu.eduConference Editor, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA


Prospective authors of extended invited papers should contact the Advances in Magnetics Editor. Conferences interested in publishing selected, peer-reveiwed papers in IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS should contact the Conference Editor.

 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Editorial Board

J. A. BAIN
W. C. CAIN
M. CARPENTIERI
E. DELLA TORRE
J. FIDLER

R. F. HOYT
O. KAZAKOVA
Y. K. KIM
J. C. MALLINSON
I. D. MAYERGOYZ

R. D. MCMICHAEL
A. PATAPOUTIAN
A. PRABHAKAR
N. D. RIZZO
T. SCHREFL

T. SUZUKI
B. VASIC
R. H. VICTORA

 

 

Magnetics Society Newsletter Editor

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Magnetics Society Book Publishing Liaisons

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1.     The CrossCheck tool allows comparisons of submitted manuscripts against a very large database of published technical papers to provide editors with a summary report that highlights the similarity to previously published work. A free IEEE CrossCheck webinar may be found at https://ieee-elearning.org/CLE/course/view.php?id=187. 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics

All manuscripts must be submitted to the TNS online peer review system at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tns-ieee. Instructions on the use of this web site are available at that URL.

During the submission process, authors will be asked what type of manuscript they are submitting, i.e., what technical area the manuscript is associated with. These areas are:

  • Accelerator Technology
  • Computing, Simulation, and Software for HEP & Radiation Instrumentation
  • Nuclear Power Instrumentation and Control
  • Radiation Effects
  • Radiation Instrumentation
  • Unsure/Other

If the submitting author is unsure which manuscript type best describes the manuscript, he/she should choose the “Other/Unsure” manuscript type. The Editor-in-Chief will then assess the suitability of the manuscript for TNS and assign it to the most appropriate category.

TNS also occasionally publishes special issues based upon manuscripts presented at a particular conference (e.g., the Real Time Conference, RADECS, SCINT, ANIMMA, SORMA, etc.). A temporary Manuscript Type category is created for a limited time for authors from those conferences to submit their work to the corresponding special issue.

 

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