Submission deadline is November 1, 2021.

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Please ensure you are submitting to the correct journal!  Journal assignments for accepted abstracts were included in the notification emails sent to presenting authors.  To view this email again, presenters should log in to ScholarOne and go to Messages and then click on Invitations.

Authors of accepted digests may submit a manuscript for publication in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. The editorial process will follow the same high standards as for regular submissions to the journal. 

Accepted conference-related papers will be posted online with DOIs as “Early Access” papers. They will be published in final form as regular articles (not as “conference papers”) in a special-topic issue on “Applied Magnetics”. The authors of some manuscripts not accepted for IEEE Transactions on Magnetics will be offered the opportunity to publish in IEEE Magnetics Society Conference Proceedings on IEEE Xplore. There is no cost to the authors for publication unless the authors want open access.

Post-deadline manuscripts will not be accepted and not forwarded for review. 

Instructions for submission and accepted formats will be available on the submission site, 

  • The recommended paper length is ten (10) journal pages for invited papers and five (5) journal pages for contributed papers. 
  • Reviewing and revisions will be handled through the online system. Authors are reminded that review standards will mirror those used for regular articles submitted to IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. Because of the time constraints, a second review may not be possible for resubmitted papers that are originally rejected. 
  • All manuscripts submitted for consideration of publication in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics will undergo the regular peer review process involving at least two reviewers, and Transactions editors will make the final decision on the publication of the manuscripts. 

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics publishes research in science and technology related to the basic physics and engineering of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, magnetic devices, and magnetic data storage. Details of the journal can be found at