IEEE Sensors Journal

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IEEE Sensors Journal
IEEE Sesnors J Vol 16 front cover.jpg
DisciplineSensors
LanguageEnglish
Edited bySandro Carrara
Publication details
History2001–present
Publisher
FrequencyBiweekly
3.076 (2019)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4IEEE Sens. J.
Indexing
CODENISJEAZ
ISSN1530-437X
LCCN00214867
OCLC no.44160724
Links

The IEEE Sensors Journal is a biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal, covering research on sensors. It is published by the IEEE Sensors Council. The editor-in-chief is Sandro Carrara. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2018 impact factor of 3.076.[1]

Editorial keywords for manuscript classification[edit]

The Keywords are used to assign a manuscript to a Topical Area of the Journal (see Editorial Board Structure below)

Keyword Research Areas Covered
SYST Sensor system integration
  • smart sensor systems
  • multiple-sensor systems
  • sensor arrays
  • combined sensors (such as electrical & mechanical, etc.)
  • packaging and interconnections
NETW Sensor system networks
  • sensor buses and communications
  • networked sensor fusion and decisions
  • sensor telemetry and monitoring
PHEN Sensor Phenomenology
  • sensor testing and evaluation
  • noise, interference effects, cross-talk
  • aging, reliability, stability (against ambient interference)
MODL Sensor modelling
  • sensor model analysis
  • sensor model analysis verification
SIEL Sensor Interface Electronics
  • sensor electronic circuits, sensor readout circuits
  • sensor signal conditioning, sensor signal conversion, sensor signal digitization
  • sensor signal processing for high precision and stability (amplification, filtering, linearization, modulation/demodulation)
  • sensor signal processing under harsh conditions (EMC, radiation, humidity, temperature); energy consumption/harvesting
DATP Sensor Data Processing
  • soft computing with sensor data (such as pattern recognition, machine learning, evolutionary computation)
  • sensor data fusion
  • processing of wave (EM, acoustic, etc.) sensor data
  • processing of non-wave (chemical, gravity, particle, thermal, radiative and non-radiative, etc.) sensor data
  • detection, estimation and classification based on sensor data
APPL Sensor Applications
  • automotive, medical, environmental monitoring and control,
  • consumer, alarm and security, military, nautical, aeronautical and space sensor systems, robotics and automation
  • applications of intelligent sensors (such as on-line monitoring, process control, test kits, RFID and other identification )
  • internet based and other remote data acquisition and control of sensors
ACTU Sensor-Actuators
  • integrated sensor-actuators
  • smart sensor-actuators
  • networkable sensors-actuators
MATR Sensor Materials
  • thin-film and thick-film gas sensors,
  • humidity sensors
  • sensors for specific ions (such as pH sensors), radon, carbon monoxide
  • viscosity sensors, density sensors
  • acoustic velocity sensors, proximity sensors
  • altimeters, barometers
MECH Mechanical Sensors
  • strain gauges: metallic, thin-film, thick film and bulk strain gauges
  • pressure sensors
  • accelerometers, gyroscopes, angular rate sensors, displacement transducers, force sensors
  • bulk and surface acoustic wave sensors, ultrasonic sensors
  • flow sensors
  • microelectromechanical (MEMS) sensors
MASS Mass-Sensitive Sensors
  • quartz crystal microbalance
  • surface acoustic wave sensors
  • mass-sensitive gas sensors
  • resonators/oscillators for sensors
THER Thermal Sensors
  • platinum resistors, thermistors, diode and transistor temperature sensors
  • thermocouples, thermopiles
  • pyroelectric and piezoelectric thermometers
  • calorimeters, bolometers
MAGN Magnetic Sensors
  • magnetoresistors, magnetometers
  • Hall-effect devices, magnetic-field sensors
  • solid-state read and write heads
OPTO Optoelectronic and Photonic Sensors
  • light-emitting diodes, diode lasers, other quantum sources for sensing
  • photoconductors, photodiodes, phototransistors
  • position-sensitive photodetectors, photodiode arrays, charge-coupled devices
  • radar sensors
  • imaging sensors
  • sensors using photometry, fluorimetry, interferometry, ellipsometry, surface plasmon resonance
MICR THz/Microwave/Millimeter Wave Sensors
IONI Ionizing Radiation Sensors (such as gamma ray, X-ray, charged particle and neutron detectors)
FIBR Fiber-Optic Sensors
  • optical fibers for sensing
  • fibre-Bragg grating sensors
INTO Integrated Optics Sensors
CHEM Chemical and Biological Sensors
  • electronics and physics of transduction for chemical and biological signals
  • olfactory sensors ("electronic nose")
  • microfluidic devices and lab-on-chip devices

Editorial Board structure[edit]

The Editorial Board is structured in 10 Topical Areas, each led by a Topical Editor. A Topical Area encompasses a group of 'core' Associate Editors with main expertise in that Topical Area. Topical Areas also have a 'pool' membership of Associate Editors from other Topical Areas, with interdisciplinary expertise. Each Associate Editor is a core member of a single Topical Area, but can be a pool member of several other Topical Areas.

Editorial Board Structure as of March 2017

Journal leadership[edit]

Editor-in-Chief Start Date End date
Vladimir Lumelsky, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA 2001 2003
H Troy Nagle, North Carolina State University, USA 2004 2009
Evgeny Katz, Clarkson University, USA 2009 2011
Krikor B Ozanyan, The University of Manchester, U.K. 2012 2018
Sandro Carrara, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland 2018 present

Best paper awards[edit]

The annual IEEE Sensors Journal Best Paper Award recognizes the best paper published in the journal. Winners are presented with a certificate and $2,000 split equally among the authors.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IEEE Sensors Journal". 2016 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Clarivate Analytics. 2017.
  2. ^ "Awards". IEEE Sensors Council. Retrieved 18 June 2017.

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