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IEEE Authorship and Open Access Symposium: Tips and Best Practices to Get Published from IEEE Editors


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This free live webinar will provide authors with best practices in preparing a manuscript, navigating the journal submission process, and important tips to help an author get published. It will also review the opportunities authors and academic institutions have to enhance the visibility and impact of their research by publishing in the many open access options available from IEEE. 

This session will feature the perspective of IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine Associate Editor Dr. Paolo Benato of Harvard University, USA, who will provide critical insights on IEEE’s peer review and submission processes and tips on what editors look for in submissions. In addition, presenters from IEEE will be on hand to cover topics such as IEEE open access programs for institutions, research strategies using IEEE Xplore, author tools from IEEE, and other important resources for authors.

Topics to be Covered:

  • How to increase the visibility and impact of your research 
  • Tips and best practices to improve an author’s chances of getting published
  • What editors and reviewers look for in submissions 
  • Common reasons why papers are rejected
  • Selecting the right publication for your research submission
  • Reasons to consider an open access journal for your submission
  • Open access options available for authors and institutions
  • Research strategies using IEEE Xplore digital library
  • Authorship tools available from IEEE for promoting open science
  • Live Q&A: Ask the experts


Tuesday, 9 May 2023 (11:00 AM ET): "Power-system Modeling & Control for the Era of Inverter-based Resources" by Sairaj Dhople, University of Minnesota, United States


Power networks all over the world are experiencing dramatic upheaval in compositional form and anticipated functionality. With retirement of fossil-fuel-driven synchronous generators, integration of renewable energy, and adoption of electrified transportation, there is a pronounced change in the energy-conversion interfaces that form the backbone of the grid. Particularly, energy processing in future grids will be dominantly handled by semiconductor-based power-electronics circuits termed inverter-based resources (IBRs). This talk will provide snapshots of how classical power-system modeling problems can (and will have to) be revised to accommodate these emerging technologies. In particular, we will present insights on synchronization of IBRs with a variety of control methods, provide a system-theoretic solution to normalizing dynamic models of diverse grid assets, and overview a time-domain network-reduction method for large-scale electrical networks. Each topic will be presented with an effort to acknowledge the rich history of personalities, methods, and venues relevant to power engineering over the 20th century. This webinar is sponsored by the IEEE Power Electronics Society Technical Committee on Sustainable Energy Systems. For more information visit: https://www.ieee-pels.org/education/pels-webinars