latest news & announcements

Special Issue on Progress in Electrical Engineering for Future Grids and Machines (JCGE 2019)

For its Fifteenth edition, the “Jeunes Chercheurs en Génie Electrique” (Young Researcher in Electrical Engineering) conference was once again associated with the annual days of the French Research Group dedicated to electrical energy SEEDS (Systèmes Electriques dansleurDimension Sociétale - Electrical Systems in their Social Dimension). These joint days took place on the Oléron island from 11 to 14 June 2019.

New Version, New Start

The IIETA is happy to introduce its completely redesigned website. We have rebuilt the website to load faster and display more information on the homepage and section pages. Visitors are provided with easier-to-read typefaces, simple-to-use navigation tools, and deeper sections of constantly updated content

PSEES is calling for papers

Progress in Solar Energy and Engineering Systems, a brand-new journal established by IIETA at the end of 2017, is calling for papers for its 2018 issues now. PSEES is published quarterly (in March, June, September and December), with four regular issues (not including special issues) and one volume per year.


PSEES is devoted to advances in the science and technology of energies, especially solar energy. Possible topics include (but not limited to):

International Journal of Heat and Technology(IJHT) is now listed on CiteScore

International Journal of Heat and Technology(IJHT) is now listed on CiteScore with a ranking of 2.32 as of 2016.  The advantages with recent changes to CiteScore are that it provides a more timely, comprehensive, and transparent display of articles indexed by Scopus. CiteScore provides a more clear view of a journal’s impact factor than previous metrics used.
The CiteScore rankings for IJHT are as follows:

1. Fluid Flow and Transfer Process--rank # 6/47

2. Mechanical Engineering--rank # 86/526

IIETA has a new website design

IIETA has a redesigned website to make navigation on our site easier. We also have installed the newest version of OJS(Open Journal Systems) to ensure that authors have the most up-to-date features of OJS, thereby providing a better user experience overall.

IIETA welcomes David Williams as our new Managing Editor

David graduated from Western Kentucky University. He has an extensive background of more than a decade of service in the field of Information Technology.


We would also like to thank Mark Magennis for his efforts to help make IIETA what it is today.