IEM receives Award of Excellence at the 2014 STC International Summit Awards
IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine has received an Award of Excellence from the Society for Technical Communication (STC) at the 2014 STC International Summit Awards (ISA). An entry that wins an Award of Excellence at STC'S ISA consistently meets high standards in all areas and demonstrates an exceptional understanding of technical communication principles. IEM qualified for submission to STC's ISA competition by winning an Award of Excellence at the STC's New York Metro, Philadelphia Metro, & Houston Chapters' competition, where each entry is judged against criteria that measure the degree of technical content, achievement of purpose, and technical execution. STC has a history over 60 years, with over 6,000 members across more than 50 countries (www.stc.org).
Scope: The IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine publishes peer-reviewed articles that present emerging trends and practices in industrial electronics, reports on products research and development, key insights presented by the leaders from academia and industry, as well as tutorials and surveys covering the theory and applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation and computational intelligence in industrial and manufacturing systems and processes. Particular emphasis will be on reports on recent technology developments, deployments, and trends frequently released to the profession for the first time, with potentials for tangible impact on the industrial electronics area.
Special Note: The Industrial Electronics Magazine has passed the 2 years evaluation process made by IEEE with the following note: "The PRAC considers the IEM a well-run magazine, under able editorship, and fulfilling his mission to serve the IES members." A copy of the report can be viewed here.
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