Mobile QR Code QR CODE : The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers

The first issue of The Transctions of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers(KIEE) was in October 1948. The Transactions of the KIEE is a monthly periodical published on the 1st day of each month.

KIEE is an official publication of the Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers. The aim of the journal is to publish the highest quzlity manuscripts dedicated to the advancement of electrical engineering technologies. The Journal contains papers related to electrical power engineering, electrical machinery and energy conversion systems, electrophysics and application, information and controls, as well as electrical facilities.

Currently, KIEE Transactions is divided into: “A” Sector (Power Engineering); “B” Sector (Electrical Machinery and Energy Conversion System); “C” Sector (Electro-physics and Application); “D” Sector (Information and Control); and “E” Sector (Electrical Facilities). With an aim to collect and publish outstanding scientific papers related to electrical engineering, the topics of papers published in KIEE Transactions are further divided into: power systems, transmission and distribution systems, electric power system economics, micro-grid, power system protection and automation, pumped-storage hydro power generation and electric energy storage systems in the “A” Sector; electrical equipment and appliances, power electronics, electrical traffic systems, new and renewable energy systems, eco-friendly electric power equipment, super-conductive equipment and E-mobility in the “B” Sector; electrical materials and semiconductors, smart large power and high voltage technology, optoelectronics and electromagnetic waves, Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), and power asset risk management in the “C” Sector; instrumentation and control (I&C), robotics and automation, computer intelligence and intelligence systems, signal processing and embedded systems, autonomous moving object information processing, and biomedical engineering in the “D” Sector; and engineering and supervision, construction technology, power distribution system diagnosis, safety technology, electric railroad, technical standards, LVDC Facility, electric Facility fusion, etc. in the “E” Sector