American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications

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American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications (AJEA) provides a forum for sharing timely and up-to-date publication of scientific research and review articles. The journal publishes original full-length research papers in all areas related to electromagnetics and its applications. It aims to contribute to intersciences coupling applied electromagnetics, mechanics and materials. The following categories are accepted: Original researches, case reports, reviews, technology papers and brief communications.
ISSN Print: 2376-5968
ISSN Online: 2376-5984
American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications is a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal, publishing original research, reports, reviews and commentaries on all areas of electromagnetics. Subject areas may include, but are not limited to the following fields:
Advanced electromagnetic materials: Metamaterials
Antenna theory and applications                            Bioeffects of EM fields
Biological media and Composite media            Chiral and bianisotropic media
Computational techniques                                       Coupled field problems
Optimization techniques                                           Eddy current problems
Electroactive and magnetoactive materials
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Electromagnetic signal processing
Electromagnetic theory                       EM characterization of materials
EM circuits and systems                      EM field measurement techniques
Fiber optics                                                 Medical electromagnetics
Microwave and millimeter wave circuits
Mobile antennas and smart skin antennas
Nanophotonics                                                      Non destructive testing
Non-linear electromagnetic systems      Nonlinear media and fractal media
Numerical methods                                          Optical communications
Optical sensors                                                   Optics and photonics
Photonic crystals                   Radiation, propagation and diffraction
Plasmonics                               Radar measurements and applications
Random and structured materials
Remote sensing and polarimetry
Scattering and inverse scattering
Superconducting materials                          THz technology


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