IEEE partners with a new leading technology institute in China
24 January 2012 - IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional association, has partnered with Beijing Institute of Aerospace Information (BIAI) to deliver worldwide access to a highly regarded technical journal, now available in English with brand new content available exclusively through the IEEE Xplore® digital library.
Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics (JSEE) is considered one of the core journals in China’s systems engineering field. The journal is published bimonthly and promotes academic exchanges of new technology worldwide. It reports the latest developments and achievements in systems engineering, electronics technology, other related research areas, and encourages various academic views. Subscribers can access more than 1,800 articles with a backfile to 1990.
“Partnerships with this prestigious institution significantly expand the breadth of our digital library and enhance its value to the global research community,” said Anthony Durniak, Staff Executive for Publications at IEEE. “It is just the latest step in our ongoing work to ensure that IEEE Xplore remains one of the leading resources for engineering and technology information in the world.”
The IEEE Xplore digital library comprises more than 3 million documents, including content from IEEE’s own 154 journals and magazines, papers from more than 1,200 annual conferences, and over 2,000 technology standards, as well as content from partners, such as IBM, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and VDE, a publishing house for electrical engineering and information technology.