IEEE Access, IEEE Magnetics Society Section
In response to its commitment to provide options to support the needs of all authors, the IEEE Magnetics Society has introduced a new section devoted to magnetics within IEEE Access. The section is fully open and compliant with all funder mandates.
We invite you to submit your articles to the IEEE Magnetics Society Section and obtain expert peer review by specialists in magnetics.
This is an opportunity to benefit from the high impact and visibility of IEEE Access. Your work will be exposed to 5 million unique monthly users of the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
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- an impact factor of 3.9 *Impact factor = citations in 2022 to articles published in 2020 and 2021/articles published in 2020 and 2021
- an Eigenfactor of 0.24936 *Measured by counting the total number of citations a journal receives over a five-year period
- an article influence score of 0.613 *This is a journal-specific Eigenfactor score. It is calculated by dividing the Eigenfactor score of the journal by the number of articles published. It tells the average impact of an article published in a journal from a five year period after the publication of the article.
- an immediacy index of 0.702 *Immediacy index = citations in 2021 to articles published in 2021
IEEE Access is an open access, all-electronic, archival journal, presenting the results of original research and developments across all IEEE’s fields of interest. While IEEE Access scope is multidisciplinary, the IEEE Magnetics Society Section focuses on theory and applications of magnetism, magnetic materials, and magnetic devices.