Journal of Electronic Materials
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Journal of Electronic Materials
Journal of Electronic Materials  
Journal of Electronic Materials 2017 Cover.jpg
DisciplineMaterials science
Edited byShadi Shahedipour-Sandvik
Publication details
1.676 (2018)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4J. Electron. Mater.

The Journal of Electronic Materials is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes studies, research, developments, and applications of materials that produce electronics. The editor-in-chief is Shadi Shahedipour-Sandvik, SUNY Polytechnic Institute.The IEEE/TMS Journal of Electronic Materials (JEM) is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society and The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. It is published by Springer on behalf of IEEE and TMS.

The journal also investigates the latest uses for semiconductors, magnetic alloys, dielectrics, nanoscale materials, and photonic materials. It also publishes methodologies for investigating the chemical properties, physical properties, and the electronic, and optical properties of these materials. Also, the specific materials science involves transistors, nanotechnology, electronic packaging, detectors, emitters, metallization, superconductivity, and energy applications.

Publishing formats include review papers and selected conference papers. Specialists and non-specialists, interested in this journal's topical coverage, are the target audience .[1][2]

Abstracting and indexing

According to the Journal Citation Reports, the Journal of Electronic Materials has a 2018 impact factor of 1.676.

The journal is indexed by the following services: [3]

External links


  1. ^ Description (July 2013). "Journal of Electronic Materials". SpringerLink. Springer Science+Business Media. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "JEM Home Page". Journal of Electronic Materials. TMS, IEEE, and Springer Science+Business Media. July 2013. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Abstracting / Indexing section (2013). "Abstracting, Indexing, descriptions, general info". Springer.

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