IEEE Sensors Journal
About the journal
The IEEE Sensors Journal is a peer-reviewed, monthly online, bimonthly print journal devoted to sensors and sensing phenomena. It is published by the IEEE Sensors Council, which consists of 23 IEEE Technical Societies with a combined membership of over 260,000. The Journal uses a web-based peer-review system that enables the entire review process to take place online. Authors can upload and then check the status of their manuscripts online - for further information, see http://www.ieee-sensors.org/ieee-sensors-journal. The editorial board consists of more than 50 internationally recognized experts, with a majority of editors from outside the USA. The Journal published 400 pages in its first year, 2001. It has grown rapidly to its current level of about 2,500 pages a year. The topics of interest include all types of sensing: mechanical, thermal, optical, magnetic, radiation, microwave, chemical, biological, mass, etc., both on the macro and micro levels. Also of interest are sensor packaging, interconnection, modeling, telemetry, CAD, stability (including both systematics and noise), characterization, sensor signal processing, sensor arrays (e.g., e-nose), sensor systems, sensor-actuators, and applications. The IEEE Sensors Journal is a Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Partner, see http://www.arl.org/sparc/partner/partnerlist.shtml. SPARC supports partners who introduce price and service competition into the publishing marketplace. The Journal was founded in part to create a high quality archival sensors publication whose subscription fees are within the reach of individual practitioners in the field. In our opinion, this goal has been achieved.
- David Ribeiro, Lianshe Fu, Luis Carlos, João Paulo Cunha. A novel dry active biosignal electrode based on an hybrid organic-inorganic interface material. IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 11, no. 10, p. 2241-2245, October 2011
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