Joint Publications - Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics

Power electronics has matured as a discriminating technology for a wide variety of applications from industrial to transportation to commercial to appliances to energy efficiency and to handheld devices. The technology has evolved tremendously to approach a wide range of applications and implementations that push limits in dynamics and energy conversion performance. Consequently, the amount of research work in emerging and selected topics and the need for close collaborations among industry, research, and academia are growing at an unprecedented speed. The challenge in the coming years lies in developing new techniques at the lowest possible cost, size and weight for emerging applications.  To address this technology trend and to serve our members better, the IEEE  Power Electronics Society and the IEEE Industry Applications Society co-sponsor IEEE  Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics (J-ESTPE).

Statistics and the latest articles are available on the JESTPE IEEE Xplore page.

Special Issue Calls for Papers

JESTPE publishes a significant number of timely special issues on topics within its scope. Current Calls for Papers are:

TitleSubmission DeadlineScheduled Publication
Special Issue on Topologies, Modeling Methodologies and Control Techniques for High-Frequency Power Conversion April 30 2019 December 2019
Special Issue on Power Integration with WBG Devices and Components June 1 2019 December 2019
Special Issue on Complex Vector Theory and its Application in Power Electronic Systems May 31 2019 March 2020
Special Issue on Modeling, Topology and Control of Grid-Forming Inverters June 15 2019 June 2020
Special Issue on Power Converters and Control Techniques for Very Fast Response Applications July 15 2019 June 2020

All manuscripts must be submitted through Manuscript Central at Manuscripts submitted for the journal will be reviewed by its editorial board, including guest editors for special issues/sections.

Questions or request for additional information shall be directed to the Editor-in-Chief:

Prof. Joseph Ojo
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Tennessee Tech University