School of Computing Science & Engineering
University of Salford
Laurence Rodrigues do Amaral
UFG Jatai, GO – Brazil
The electronic systems are expected to have a significant impact on the lives of people in the coming years. The Electronic technologies require specific power electronics capabilities to convert the power generated into useful power that can be directly interconnected with the utility grid and/or can be used for consumer applications. The mission of the Journal of Electronic Systems is to publish high scholarly research in electronic systems from the macroscope through the microscopic levels. The themes include power systems monitoring and operation; automatic control; power electronics; high-voltate engineering; and conventional, operation; automatic control; power electronics; high-voltage engineering;and conventional, continuum, and biological electro- mechanics digital control systems, electronic payment system, electronic ignition system, and digital communication systems. The JES will publish high level technical as well as original and significant contributions relating to the theory, architecture modeling, design, performance and reliability of electronic and integrated circuit devices and interconnects, involving insulators, metals, organic materials, micro-plasmas, semiconductors, quantum-effect structures, vacuum devices, and emerging materials with applications in bioelectronics, biomedical electronics, computation, communications, displays, microelectromechanics, imaging, micro-actuators, nanotechnology, optoelectronics, photovoltaics, power ICs and micro-sensors. The themes integrate the sources, channels and means involving all types of terminals, computers and information processors.
All papers are peer reviewed.