IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
The IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion includes in its venue the research, development, design, application, construction, installation, operation, analysis and control of electric power generating and energy storage equipment (along with conventional, cogeneration, nuclear, distributed or renewable sources, central station and grid connection). The scope also includes electromechanical energy conversion, electric machinery, devices, systems and facilities for the safe, reliable, and economic generation and utilization of electrical energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption of electrical energy.
The Impact Factor for the IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion is 3.353.
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Editor in Chief:
Juri Jatskevich, University of British Columbia
Transactions on Energy Conversion Editors:
Gonzalo Abad, University of Mondragon
Dionysios C. Aliprantis, Iowa State University
Mike Barnes, University of Manchester
Mohamed El Hachemi Benbouzid, University of Western Brittany
Akira Chiba, Tokyo Instititute of Technology
Ali Davoudi, University of Texas at Arlington
Sairaj Dhople, University of Minnesota
Janaka B. Ekanayake, University of Peradeniya
Babak Fahimi, University of Texas at Dallas
Damian Flynn, University College Dublin
Josep M. Guerrero, Aalborg University
Kiruba Sivasubramaniam Haran, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Heath F. Hofmann, The University of Michigan
Narayan Kar, University of Windsor
James L. Kirtley, Jr., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alexis Kwasinski, The University of Texas at Austin
Peter W. Lehn, University of Toronto
Emil Levi, Liverpool John Moores University
Ka-Hong Loo, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
James R. Michalec, WEG Electric Corp.
Galina Mirzaeva, The University of Newcastle
Osama A. Mohammed, Florida International University
Annette Muetze, Graz University of Technology
Eduard Muljadi, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Steven D. Pekarek, Purdue University
Wei Qiao, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Alberto Tessarolo, University of Trieste
Sadegh Vaez-Zadeh, University of Tehran
Liwei Wang, ABB Sweden Corporate Research
Hatem Zeineldin, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology
Z. Qiang Zhu, University of Sheffield