For IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, feature authors and tutorial authors should submit articles as follows:
- Initial submission:
- A pdf of the article for initial submission (generally less than 3,000 words with figures counting for 200 words)
- A source file
- Names of at least three potential reviewers
- Final submission:
- The source file for the text (i.e., Word, Tex)
- A pdf of the text.
- The source files for the figures in eps, pdf, or in jpg. Recommended figure format: minimum font size of 8pt, type Helvetica, high resolution (at least 300 dpi in color where possible).
- Short 100-word bios and photos for all authors, in jpg format (photos should be high resolution, at least 300dpi, in color where possible).
- Contact information for the corresponding author of all articles, including email, phone, and mailing address.
- Suggestions for article opening art. This is art to be used at the beginning of the article.
More details on graphic and text submission standards can be found: IEEE Author Center
Please note that a Magazine article differs from a technical paper which is prepared for Transaction status. Magazine articles are less apt to contain abstracts, keywords, conclusions and references, though suggested "further readings" are quite common. However certain articles on historic fundamentals may be more useful with these formatting details. Please inquire of the editor-in-chief with any questions. Also, as Solid-State Circuits Magazine is a four-color publication, we prefer that articles be accompanied with graphics, photos, screen captures, etc. to enhance their content. Authors are advised to stay within any page or word limit indicated by the editor acquiring your manuscript. In general articles are less than 5 magazine pages, corresponding to approximately 3,000 words, including graphics.
All articles must be submitted via the IEEE SSC-MAG AUTHOR PORTAL.
Prior to publication, you will receive a review copy of your edited text for final approval.
The articles in this magazine are peer reviewed in accordance with the requirements set forth in the IEEE PSPB Operations Manual (sections 8.2.1.C & 8.2.2.A). Each published article was reviewed by a minimum of two independent reviewers using a single-anonymous peer review process, where the identities of the reviewers are not known to the authors, but the reviewers know the identities of the authors. Articles will be screened for plagiarism before acceptance.
Leo Belostotski, Editor-in-chief
Danielle Marinese, News Editor