Founding Editor in Chief: Jin
Progress In Electromagnetics Research
(PIER) publishes peer-reviewed original and comprehensive articles
on all aspects of electromagnetic theory and applications. This is an open access,
on-line journal PIER (E-ISSN 1559-8985). It has been first published as a monograph
series on Electromagnetic Waves (ISSN 1070-4698) in 1989. It is freely available
to all readers via the Internet.
PIER is a non-profit organization.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Authors are strongly advised to visit Author
Guidelines and Publication Fee before submission to understand the PIER
Authors are solely responsible for the factual accuracy and
originality of their articles, and all articles are understood to have received
clearance(s) for publication. Manuscripts submitted to PIER Journals must not
have been submitted simultaneously to other journals. Authors found submitting
manuscripts simultaneously to other journals will be suspended for 1 year from
It is the submitting authors' responsibility to avoid copyright
violation and plagiarism. For detailed guidelines, the submitting authors may
refer to the section of Identifying
Plagiarism on IEEE's website for publication standards. Authors found submitting
plagiarized manuscripts will be banned for 3 years from further submission.
Manuscripts must be in English and the following electronic
files are required for all submissions:
Source file in TEX (recommended) or DOC format.
* If the source file is in TEX format(LaTeX
), source files of figures in EPS or PDF format are required.
* If the source file is in DOC format, EPS or PDF format of figure is NOT
- A PDF file of the manuscript including all text, equations, and
* English font only.
* Figures must be compatible for grayscale use.
* This PDF version should be carefully prepared as it
will be directly sent to the reviewers.
- The full name and email of each co-author should be provided in
your paper file.
Manuscripts can be submitted via On-Line Submission
by following the Submission
Special Issue In Memory
of Robert E. Collin - 2014-05-01
This is a special issue in memory of Robert E. Collin, a distinguished
scholar, author, and mentor in the area of electromagnetics. This special issue
started at the suggestion of Professor Ioannis M. Besieris. The chief
editors would like to thank all the authors for their contributions.
New Co-Editor in Chief for PIER - 2013-09-01
Upon the recommendation of Editor-in-Chief Weng Cho Chew, the leadership of
the Electromagnetics Academy has appointed Prof. Sailing He (the Royal Institute
of Technology, Sweden; Sino-Swedish Joint Research Centre of Photonics) co-Editor-in-Chief
of PIER, effectively from September 1, 2013. Prof.
He's current research interests include subwavelength-photonics, communication,
sensing, energy and biomedical applications, as well as antennas and other applied
electromagnetics. He is a Fellow of IEEE, OSA (Optical Society of America),
SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering), and The Electromagnetics
Academy. Prof. Sailing He will work jointly with Editor-in-Chief Weng Cho Chew
to introduce several reforms to further improve the quality of PIER journals.
| Editor in Chief:
Prof. Weng Cho CHEW
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1406 W. Green Street
Urbana, Illinois 61801-2991
& Homepage at HKU
Co-Editor in Chief: Prof.
Department of Electromagnetic Engineering
Royal Institute of Technology
S-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden
PIER articles are indexed
and abstracted in Thomson's Science Citation Index Expanded, and Current
Contents, IEE's INSPEC, and Elsevier's SCOPUS and Compendex.
(PIER IF 2016 = 2.404. check PIER
Key Indicators here.)
| Editors in Chief: Weng
Cho Chew, Sailing He
| Deputy Editors in Chief: Qing
Huo Liu, Kwai-Man Luk
| Editorial Board Members:
Steven A. Cummer
Atef Z. Elsherbeni
Andrew D. Greenwood
Randy L. Haupt
Jay Kyoon Lee
Qing Huo Liu
Samir F. Mahmoud
|Juan A. M. Rojas
Edward J. Rothwell
Tapan K. Sarkar
Michael A. Saville
Ari H. Sihvola
Johan C.-E. Sten
Sergei A. Tretyakov
Nikolaos K. Uzunoglu
John L. Volakis
Arthur D. Yaghjian