CES Transactions on Electrical Machines and Systems (CES TEMS) is an international quarterly journal, which is published by the China Electrotechnical Society (CES) and the Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and technically co-sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society (IEEE PELS). The CES TEMS will be published in IEEE Xplore and be submitted to EI Compendex.

CES TEMS will publish original peer-reviewed technical and review articles covering a broad range of topics related to electrical machines and systems, including but not limited to: design, implementation and integration of

 

high performance electric machines

wind power

motor drives

reliability and fault diagnosis

power electronics and its applications

magnetic field analysis

efficient energy conversion

new material applications

motion control and servo systems

electromagnetic compatibility

photovoltaic power generation

electrification of transportation

 

All manuscripts should be submitted through the CES TEMS Manuscript Central at https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/tems or the Journal’s website www.cestems.org.

Details of submission guideline and the template can be found at www.cestems.org.

All papers will be peer-reviewed by 3 independent reviewers.

Requests for additional information should be addressed to the Deputy EIC or Guest EIC.

 

Editor-in-Chief

Weiming Ma

Naval University of Engineering,

717# Jiefang Ave. Wuhan, 430033

Hubei Province, China

cestems@126.com

International Editor-in-Chief

Don Tan

Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, USA

dong.tan@ngc.com

 

 

 

Deputy Editors-in-Chief

Dianguo Xu

School of Electrical Engineering & Automation, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

13804515584@163.com

Zhengming Zhao

Department of Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University, China

zhaozm@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn

Ziqiang Zhu

Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, University of Sheffield

UK

z.q.zhu@sheffield.ac.uk

Jianguo Zhu

School of Electrical, Mechanical and Mechatronic Systems, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

jianguo.zhu@uts.edu.au

Jianxin Shen

College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, China

j_x_shen@zju.edu.cn

Yaohua Li

Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

yhli@mail.iee.ac.cn

Xinbo Ruan

College of Automation Engineering Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China 

ruanxb@nuaa.edu.cn

Jin-Woo Ahn

Department of Mechatronics Engineering, College of Engineering Kyungsung University, Korea

jwahn@ks.ac.kr

Ayman EL-Refaie

Electrical Engineering,Thomas and Suzanne M. Werner Endowed Chair

Marquette University, USA

ayma.el-refaie@marquette.edu

Kan Akatsu

Shibaura Institute of Technology,

Japan

akatsu@sic.shibaura-it.ac.jp

Xinjie Yu

Department of Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University, China

newhero.yu@139.com

 

 

 

Editorial department Contact:

Address: 46# Sanlihe Road, Beijing, 100823

Tel: +86-10-68595238, 68595399

E-mail: cestems@126.com

Webpage: http:// www.cestems.org

In the first quarter of 2017, China Electrotechnical Society Transactions on Electrical Machines and Systems (CES TEMS) will be officially published, which is the blessing of the electrical machine and system fields in the world. I am very pleased to act as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal.

As we know, electrical machines are not only a fundamental technology with a long history, but also an advanced and forward-looking discipline in electrical engineering. With the development of power electronics technology and novel materials, modern electrical machines become a combination of information and energy and will be developed into diversified, integrated and intelligent systems. Electrical machines and systems are also at the core of cutting-edge technologies, which are applied to robots, electric vehicles, smart grids and so on. The research results have been successfully used in many industry sectors, such as energy saving and emission reduction, new-energy electric generation, and transportation, e.g. high-speed train and aviation, etc.

CES TEMS aims to establish a high-end academic communication platform to present the latest R & D achievements in the fields of electrical machines and systems in a timely fashion, and to attract the relevant researchers and professionals from all over the world to exchange technical information and experience.

CES TEMS will publish original peer-reviewed technical and review articles covering a broad range of topics related to electrical machines and systems, including but not limited to: design, implementation and integration of high performance electrical machines, motor drives, power electronics and its applications, efficient energy conversion, motion control and servo systems, photovoltaic power generation, wind power, reliability, magnetic field analysis, new material applications, electromagnetic compatibility, etc.

I am looking forward to receiving the submission of all of the researchers who are engaged in the development of electrical machines and systems or related fields and to getting their latest researches and results to be published in this journal in the near future.

 

 

Weiming Ma

Editor-in –Chief of CES TEMC