Wednesday, June 15, 2011

15 computers of our office has been victims of this terrible IEEE Spam

Yesterday, we have discovered an IEEE junk multiconference, a group of IEEE bogus papers.

These fake IEEE conferences are organized by the central administration of IEEE
(known sources for fake multiconferences)

Today, we received a bulk email of IEEE. 15 computers of our office has been victims
of this terrible IEEE Spam

IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (JETCAS)

We are honored to welcome readers and authors to the inaugural issue of the IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (JETCAS for short), which is sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CAS-S.)

The journal, which is freely accessible on-line to all CAS-S members, aims to build a platform for the broad and timely dissemination of key innovative results and findings in rapidly-growing and/or emerging topic areas within the scope of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. Such potentially interdisciplinary emerging topics will be selected as long as, first, they are clearly situated at the forefront of current scientific and technological developments and, second, they are expected to grow over time in scientific and professional importance and, therefore, in the number of active practitioners. From this point of view, JETCAS is expected to create new communities interested in the long-term development of the most promising subjects presented in the journal. The editorial strategy followed by JETCAS will be the publication of Special Issues on the selected topics. These issues will include research contributions from leading experts and presentations geared towards a wide audience of scientists and practitioners in the form of overview and tutorial-style articles and multidisciplinary research papers.

MASSOUD PEDRAM, Editor-in-Chief (EiC)


ENRICO MACII, 2010-2011 VP Publications, IEEE CAS-S


Volume 1, Issue 1 - Inaugural Edition

Pedram, M.; Delgado-Restituto, M.; Macii, E.; Setti, G., Inaugural Editorial

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