IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
The mission of the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems is to serve the whole Power System community, including researchers, practitioners, educators and students, by publishing and disseminating insightful research results of lasting value.
The scope of this Transactions covers the requirements, planning, analysis, reliability, operation, and economics of electric generating, transmission, and distribution systems for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption. The main focus of the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems is the power system from a systems viewpoint instead of components of the system. It has five (5) key areas within its scope with several subdivisions within each area. These areas are: (1) Power Engineering Education, (2) Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics, (3) Power System Dynamic Performance, (4) Power System Operations, and (5) Power System Planning and Implementation. The purviews of these areas are broad and do not need frequent updates. However, if a new technology evolves in the industry and it needs specific focus, the purview of the corresponding area is updated to include the technology and the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems identifies it as a new subdivision. The current scope and the subdivisions under each area are shown below. Area 1 - Power Engineering Education: New instruction methods (software/internet/laboratory/combined with research), Virtual classrooms/laboratories, Distance education, Life-long learning. Area 2 - Power System Analysis, Computing, and Economics: Computational techniques and analytical methods for planning, operations and control, Computing applications, Distribution system analysis, Economics, market organization, cost structures, pricing and risk management, Intelligent system applications, Reliability, uncertainty and probability and stochastic system applications. Area 3 - Power System Dynamic Performance: Power system dynamic modeling: components and systems, Power system stability: phenomena, analysis, and techniques, Power system stability controls: design and applications, Power system dynamic measurements, Power system interaction with turbine generators, Dynamic security assessment: techniques and applications, risk-based methods. Area 4 - Power System Operations: Emerging methods for restructured systems, Transmission operations and security, Energy control centers, Distribution operation, System control, Operating economics and pricing. Area 5 - Power System Planning & Implementation: Generation system resource planning, Transmission system planning, Distribution system planning, Integrated resource planning and distributed resource planning, Load forecasting, Customer products and services planning and implementation, Industry restructuring planning and policy issue.
The Impact Factor for the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems is 3.53.
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Transactions on Power Systems Editors:
Venkataramana Ajjarapu, Iowa State University
Miguel Anjos, Polytechnique Montreal
Luiz Augusto Barroso, PSR
Guillermo Bautista Alderete, California ISO
François Bouffard, McGill University
Hong Chen, PJM
Yihsu Chen, University of California, Merced
Zhe Chen, Aalborg University
Mariesa Crow, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Alejandro D. Dominguez-Garcia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Erik Ela, EPRI
Yong Fu, Mississippi State University
Antonio Gomez-Exposito, University of Seville
Nikos Hatziargyriou, National Technical University of Athens
Kory Hedman, Arizona State University
Ben Hobbs, The Johns Hopkins University
Rabih Jabr, American University of Beirut
Innocent Kamwa, Hydro-Quebec Research Institute
Chongqing Kang, Tsinghua University
Daniel Kirschen, University of Washington
Wenyuan Li, British Columbia Transmission Corporation
Kenneth Loparo, Case Western Reserve University
Arturo Messina, Cinvestav
Federico Milano, University College Dublin
Anil Pahwa, Kansas State University
Pierre Pinson, Denmark Technical University
Sarah Ryan, Iowa State University
Surya Santoso, The University of Texas at Austin
Ramteen Sioshansi, The Ohio State University
Aleksandar Stankovic, Tufts University
Makoto Tanaka, GRIPS
Haifeng Wang, North China Electric Power University
Steve Widergren, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kaigui Xie, Chongqing University
Feng Zhao, ISO New England
Tongxin Zheng, ISO New England
Jin Zhong, The University of Hong Kong