IEEE announces 3 new fully open access journals and 5 hybrid journals coming in 2023. The new publications cover technologies such as Machine Learning, Renewable Energy, Cyber-Physical Systems, Systems Engineering, AgriFood Technology, and more.
Open access is one part of the larger open science movement, helping to make scientific research and data accessible to all, while speeding up the entire process—from lab discovery to the application of the research.
IEEE and FinELib, a consortium of Finnish universities, universities of applied sciences, research institutes, and public libraries, are pleased to announce that they’ve entered into an open access read and publish agreement.
IEEE and Missouri State University (MSU) recently entered into an open access read and publish agreement, enabling MSU researchers to easily publish open access in any of IEEE’s hybrid or fully open access journals.
IEEE publishes the leading journals, transactions, letters, and conference proceedings in electrical engineering, computing, biotechnology, telecommunications, power and energy, and dozens of other technologies.
To help authors gain maximum exposure for their groundbreaking research, IEEE recently announced the launch of even more open access options to meet the needs of our authors throughout their careers. All of these titles are now accepting submissions and many have published their first articles.