Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering provides free forum for scientific discussion and feedback from international scientific community on recent achievements. The journal focuses on the following topics of Electrical and Control Engineering:
Electrical Machines and Apparatus
Power Electronic Converters
Measurements and Sensors
Electric Power Supply
Theory and Analysis of Process Control
Modelling and Simulation of Process Control
Design and Implementation of Automatic Control Systems
In 2012 the journal Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering separated from the RTU journal series Power and Electrical Engineering
Why subscribe and read
Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering is a peer-reviewed journal providing the latest information in the field of electrical engineering and information technologies. The journal focuses on recent research in electrical and control engineering paying special attention to the reports which have the most significant practical importance. The journal includes a wide range of publications on electrical and electronic equipment, as well as on other means for energy conversion, information processing and transmission purposes.
The journal provides highly qualified feedback on the research, as well as international publicity. The editorial board will continuously care about the citation level of the journal.
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Electrical Materials, Reliability of and Diagnostics Electrical Equipment (REL) - Yury Paerand (Donbas State Technical University, Ukraine)
Electric Power Supply (EPS) - Enrique Romero-Cadaval (University of Extremadura, Spain)
Control Engineering (CTL) - Mohammad Pourmahmood Aghababa (Urmia University of Technology, Iran)
Microwave Techniques, Antennas and Radar Systems (MTA)- Darius Plonis (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania)
Editors (Riga Technical University, Latvia): Ingars Steiks (computer and communication support) Anastasia Zhiravetska (English proofreading) Andrew Stepanov (layout and galley editing) Kristaps Vitols (layout, galley editing and English proofreading) Oleg Tetervjonok (layout and galley editing)