This guide is for the authors who intend to submit a manuscript for publication in the IEEE Sensors Letters.
Authors are encouraged to submit complete manuscripts. IEEE Sensors Letters is a rapid disclosure publication focusing on the numerous sensor technologies spanned by the IEEE, and on emerging sensor technologies. Papers submitted to this journal will be limited to a maximum length of 4 pages which includes a minimum of single column restricted for references.The IEEE Sensors Letters does not republish papers that have appeared in conference proceedings.
Please do not send original submissions or revisions directly to the Editor-in-Chief or Associate Editors. Submissions to the IEEE Sensors Letters are to be made electronically through IEEE Manuscript Central, over its Webpage,https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sensors-letters. The site contains instructions on how to proceed with downloading one’s submission.
More general information on article preparation and submission, templates, etc. can be found in the IEEE Author Digital Toolbox,http://www.ieee.org/.../authors_journals.html
Your submitted manuscript will be sent to reviewers who will evaluate your work. You must suggest at least two potential reviewers as part of the submission process. Suggesting reviewers is expected to expedite the review of your manuscript. Please suggest only those who work at institutions other than your own and with whom you have no collaborative or other technical or family ties.
The text of a submitted manuscript should not exceed four double-column formatted pages. Since changes resulting from the peer review may require additions to papers manuscripts, it is strongly recommended that authors practice economy in preparing original submissions. Sensors letters should be submitted using the manuscript template.
The abstract of the submitted manuscript should be prepared according to the requirements.
By policy, IEEE owns the copyright to the technical contributions it publishes. To comply with the United States copyright law, authors of accepted papers are required to submit online a completed IEEE Copyright Form. The form returns to the authors and their employers full rights to reuse their material for their own purposes. More information on IEEE Copyright policy can be found at the following IEEE site, https://www.ieee.org/
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This Journal follows the IEEE practices on units and abbreviations, as outlined in the Institute’s published standards; see IEEE Information for Authors kit at https://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/ias/pub-dept/abbreviation.pdf.
All mathematical expressions must be legible. Do not give derivations that are easily found in the literature; merely cite the reference.