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IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

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The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES) is one of the 39 Society of the IEEE[1]. It is one of the oldest societies within IEEE with its roots going back to the early 1950s[2]. The focuses of this Society are on the theory and application of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation, and computational intelligence to industrial and manufacturing systems and processes. The society oversees the publication of three scientific periodicals that are consistently listed in the top 500 journals worldwide annually ranked according to their impact factor [3].

History

  • February 21, 1951 - First meeting of the IRE Industrial Electronics Group
  • May 8, 1951 - Name change to IRE Professional Group on Industrial Electronics (PG-IE)
  • August 1953 - Published the first volume of the Transactions on Professional Group on Industrial Electronics
  • August 21, 1963 - IRE merged with AIEE and become IEEE. The PG-IE approved the merger of IRE's PG-IE and AIEE's group on control instrumentation (GCI)
  • August 22, 1963 - The merger of the PG-IE and the GCI into Professional Group on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation (PG-IECI) was approved by the IEEE Executive Committee
  • October 14, 1964 - Name change to Group on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation (PG-IECI)
  • 1975 - First IECON was held in Philadelphia. Until then there had been only a sponsored session at the Industry Applications Society Conference
  • March 20, 1978 - Name change to Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation Society (IECIS)
  • June 1982 - Name change to Industrial Electronics Society

Field of Interest

  • microprocessors in the 1970s
  • robotics in the 1980s
  • mechatronics and factory automation in the early 1990s
  • industrial information technology in the late 1990s
  • factory communications and automation in the 2000s

Publications

Main article: List of IEEE publications

Industrial Electronics Society oversees the publication of twelve periodicals, including nine scholarly journals, one magazine, and two e-newsletters. [4]. Industrial Electronics Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, and IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics are consistently listed in the top 500 list of journals ranked according to their impact factor[5].

Journals

  • IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (TIE), IF=7.5[6]
  • IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics (TII), IF=7.3[7]
  • IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Industrial Electronics (JESTIE)
  • IEEE Open Journal of the Industrial Electronics Society (OJIES)[8]

There are also other co-sponsored journals.

Magazines

  • IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, IF=13.2[9]

eNews

  • IE Technology Transfer News (IETTN)
  • IE Technology News (ITeN)

Major Conferences

The Society organizes several major international conferences every year[10] such as:

  • Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society – IECON
  • IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics – ISIE
  • IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology – ICIT
  • International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation – ETFA
  • IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics – INDIN

Technical activities

The Society fosters several technical committees (TCs) such as:

  • Building Automation, Control, and Management
  • Cloud and Wireless Systems for Industrial Applications
  • Control, Robotics, and Mechatronics
  • Data-Driven Control and Monitoring
  • Education in Engineering and Industrial Technologies
  • Electrical Machines
  • Electronic Systems on Chip (ESOC)
  • Energy Storage
  • Factory Automation
  • Human Factors
  • Industrial Agents
  • Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Industrial Informatics
  • MEMS and Nanotechnologies
  • Motion Control
  • Network-based Control Systems and Applications
  • Power Electronics
  • Renewable Energy Systems
  • Resilience and Security for Industrial Applications
  • Sensor and Actuators
  • Smart Grids
  • Standards Coordinating Committee
  • Transportation Electrification

References

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