Sensors & Transducers Journal: Call for Articles (Special Issue)
(ISSN: 2306-8515, e-ISSN 1726-5479)
Sensors and Metering Procedures in Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
It is my great pleasure to invite you to submit an article for our Sensors & Transducers journal (ISSN: 2306-8515, e-ISSN 1726-5479) journal's issue devoted to ‘Sensors and Metering Procedures in Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution’. The purpose of this special issue is to present original articles and review papers that give an overview of current progress of research, development, improvement and applications of sensors and measurement procedures in the global effort to empowering the world, focusing on all stages from the raw materials to the light bulb. Original research and review papers as well as technical –application papers are most welcome to this issue, focusing on power generation in small and large scale, from fossil or renewable, grid issues and advance approaches in transmission and distribution networks, including operating equipment are included.
The topics covered in this issue and are related to energy, water and waste management in urban areas, but not limited to, include
About the Journal
Sensors & Transducers is established, international, peer-reviewed, open access journal (print and electronic). It provides the best platform for the researchers and scientist worldwide to exchange their latest findings and results in science and technology of physical, chemical sensors and biosensors. The journal publishes original results of scientific and research works related to strategic and applied studies in all aspects of sensors: reviews, regular research and application specific papers, and short notes. In comparison with other sensors related journals, which are mainly focused on technological aspects and sensing principles, the Sensors & Transducers journal significantly contributes in areas, which are not adequately addressed in other journals, namely: frequency (period), duty-cycle, time-interval, PWM, phase-shift, pulse number output sensors and transducers; sensor systems; digital, smart, intelligent sensors and systems designs; signal processing and ADC in sensor systems; advanced sensor fusion; sensor networks; applications, etc. By this way the journal significantly enriches the appropriate databases of knowledge.
Sensors & Transducers journal has a very high publicity. It is indexed and abstracted very quickly by Chemical Abstracts, EBSCO Publishing, IndexCopernicus Journals Master List (ICV=6.13 in 2011), Open J-Gate, ProQuest Science Journals, CAS Source Index (CASSI), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Scirus, Google Scholar, etc. Since 2011 to 2014 Sensors & Transducers journal was covered and indexed by EI Compendex (CPX) index (including a Scopus, Embase, Engineering Village and Reaxys) in Elsevier products. The journal is included in the IFSA List of Recommended Journals (up-dated 9.12.2014), which contains only the best, established sensors related journals.
The global Impact Factor of the journal is 0.705 (2013).
The main reasons to publish your article in Sensors & Transducers journal:
1. Quick publication: 2-3 months from submission for standard publications and 1 month from submission for rapid publications.
Articles received are immediately processed adopting fastest method to arrive at the final decision.
2. Very reasonable publication fee, which is dependent on country's economy.
3. No space constraints apply: number of pages per article is not limited.
4. Transparent and high standard international peer review by experienced international reviewers.
5. High visibility of your research (circulation 54,000 +).
6. Substantial publishing experience: thousands of articles have been successfully published since 2000.
7. Complementary full page journal's issue in pdf format.
8. The first full color sensor related journal in the World.
Waiting for your manuscript prepared according to journal's instructions:
With best wishes,
Dr. Constantinos S. Psomopoulos, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, Greece
Sensors & Transducers
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