ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index, Web of Science)
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Aims and Scope
The SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars—Electronic and Electrical Systems aims to be the primary source of comprehensive and innovative research in the areas of electrical and electronic systems and components such as those related to connectivity and communications, controls, active safety, infotainment, intelligent vehicle systems, electromagnetic compatibility, actuators, diagnosis, and related subjects. It provides a platform for researchers and practicing engineers to present their advanced work—not just engineering applications, but work that develops new knowledge—and follow the state of the art within automotive engineering.
The Journal accepts authoritative, non-biased original research—theoretical and applied—on the electrical and electronics systems of modern passenger automobiles. Following a strict peer review, accepted articles are of outstanding and archival value, which either advance the state of the art or insightfully review and present prior research in ways that increase understanding of the field.
In addition to full-length research articles, the Journal also publishes other communications that offer a comprehensive and non-biased overview of the directions and practices in this area, as well as short communications, based on similar quality criteria.
This journal is a member of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics). The journal’s publication processes and ethics policies follow COPE guidelines.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Elias Strangas, Michigan State University, USA
Strangas is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University. His research interests include electromagnetic energy conversion, including numerical methods for the calculation of fields and machine parameters; design of electrical machines; design of electrical drives and drive controllers; control of electrical drives with minimal sensors; fault diagnosis and prognosis of electrical drive systems; drive system reliability; and electric and hybrid powertrain analysis. Strangas earned a Dipl.Eng. in electrical and mechanical engineering from the National Technical University of Greece and a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.
Sohel Anwar, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, USA
Xian-Xu (Frank) Bai, Hefei University of Technology, China
Rami Debouk, General Motors Research, USA
Shanelle Foster, Michigan State University, USA
Zonghua Gu, Umea University, Sweden
Bin Li, Aptiv PLC, USA
Max Mauro Dias Santos, Federal University of Technology – Paraná (UTFPR-PG), Brazil
Caisheng Wang, Wayne State University, USA
Weidong Xiang, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA
Yong Xu, Wayne State University, USA
Wes Zanardelli, General Motors Research, USA
Zhe Zhang, Nexteer Automotive, USA