For more than 10 years, SAE International's scholarly journals have been covering all areas relevant to ground vehicle, commercial vehicle, and aerospace engineering technology, including electrified vehicles, connected and automated vehicles, electronic and mechanical systems, engines, fuels and lubricants, transportation safety, materials and manufacturing, sustainability, and vehicle dynamics. Publishing only original research (not found or published elsewhere) and with a double-blind peer-review process, our journals aim to meet the needs of academic, government, and industry authors, researchers, and readers in a manner that is tailored for the discovery, integration, and application of research. More information and links to the individual journals can be found here.
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SAE International’s China office provides authors in China the opportunity to publish their original work with a specific China event’s production timeline. These papers are made available on SAE MOBILUS®, SAE’s robust online digital library platform, after a blinded peer-review process and are indexed in Scopus, Engineering Village (Ei Compendex), and IET Inspec. More information is provided here.
Institutional Review Boards
SAE International is committed to ethical and compliant research and publications. Each author has the sole responsibility to confirm approval from the applicable Institutional Review Board (IRB) where necessary and required. All submissions to SAE publications should receive IRB approval in the following cases, including, but not limited to:
Research involving human subjects: in order to assure the protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects and to ensure the institution and researchers/investigators have complied with applicable regulations
Any information or product that is subject to FDA approval, testing, or regulation
Any information or product that is required to follow Department of Health and Human Services (specifically Office for Human Research Protections) guidelines and regulations
Any information that is part of an application for a product, research, or marketing permit subject to FDA inspection or regulation
IRBs may grant exceptions to these requirements, which the author is required to provide upon request by the Publisher.