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The Electrotehnică, Electronică, Automatică (EEA) [Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Automation] is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of the engineering published by “Electra” Publishing House (as part of Icpe).

The EEA Journal aims to publish only those papers that by the new ideas and the results shown to bring significant contributions to research in the Romanian and international avant-garde engineering as electrical engineering, electronics, automation and other engineering sciences.

Abstracting and indexing
The EEA journal is included in the B+ category by the National Council of Scientific Research in Higher Education (CNCSIS) and indexed in international databases:™ (1997-present) (Since 2007, Ulrich’s becomes a part of Serials Solutions in the ProQuest family.)
Index Copernicus International (2009)
Elsevier- Engineering Village-Scopus (2012)
Elsevier- Engineering Village-Compendex (2012)
ProQuest (2010)
EBSCO (2014)
Currently, EEA is under evaluation by Thomson Reuters - ISI.

The EEA Journal is founded in 1950 under the name „Electricitatea” (ISSN 1220-2533; vol. 1-3) that, in 1953, changed its name in „Electrotehnica” (ISSN 0013-5321; vol. 1-22) that, in 1975, after including „Automatica și Electronica (ISSN 1220-2584), is published under the present name „Electrotehnica, Electronica, Automatica (EEA)” (for further details, please read “History” and “Journal Genealogy” on this site).
Since the early issues, although it was the only scientific journal specialized in the field of electrical engineering, and the EEA has been highly rated thanks to the scientific level of its papers.
The Editorial Board includes academicians, university professors and researchers from Romania and abroad that are well-known personalities in the field of engineering sciences (especially, in electrical, electronics, automation, computer science and other fields of engineering, etc.).
At present, the EEA is recognized as a leader among the scientific publications for the quality and high standards of the papers belonging to the field of engineering sciences. The authors are specialists, researchers and academics from Algeria, Belgium, PR of China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Moldova, Slovakia, Hungary, etc.
In the EEA, there are published original papers, that haven’t been previously published and are not under consideration for publication somewhere else, as well as papers presented at conferences only if they have not been published (partially or fully) in the proceedings of that scientific event (min. 6 pages, max. 16 pages), syntheses of research projects, scientific debates and syntheses on priority themes of fundamental and applied research (max. 20 pages), reviews / reading notes of the latest scientific and technical books (max. 1 page), commented lists of bibliographic resources in engineering sciences (max. 8 pages).
Papers should be written in English.

All rights reserved:
Icpe, through the Publishing House “Electra”, as the copyright holder of the Electrotehnică, Electronică, Automatică (EEA) [Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Automation] reserves and holds for their own use, all the rights provided by the copyright law, such as distribution, performance, and creation of derivative works.