AEEE | Annals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Author guidelines

Authors are required to prepare their manuscripts according to the template in download section.

Submission of Manuscript

(a.) To submit a manuscript please use online submission in Manuscript submission section.

If the you cannot use the Online submission system, please send your manuscript as a PDF, Word or Latex to:

[email protected]


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(b.) The submitted manuscripts should have a covering letter and undertaking with signature of the corresponding author.

Manuscript requirements


The manuscript should be typed single-spaced throughout. Manuscripts should begin with the title of the paper, followed by the names and addresses of the authors. Phone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses should be included, where possible. In the case of co-authors, a corresponding author should be clearly indicated. An abstract must be included and placed after the author information.


All tables should be designated by Arabic numerals, sequentially increasing. A self explanatory title, indicating a content of a table should be included.


All figures should be designated by Arabic numerals, sequentially increasing. A self explanatory title, indicating a content of a figure should be included.

Equations and formulas

All equations and formulas should be typed in separate lines, and numbered by Arabic numerals in parentheses on the right, sequentially increasing. References to equations or formulas should be quoted in parentheses.

References and notes

References should be quoted in alphabetical sequence of author names, listed at the end of the manuscript. The references should be cited in the main text only (not in abstracts and titles), by using the author name and year of publication. To quote the references, please use the following model:

Ahmed KY, Yahaya NZ, Asirvadam VS, Ramani K, and Shannan NM (2017). Modeling of steady state and transient state of the power electronic distribution transformer. In the 9th International Conference on Robotic, Vision, Signal Processing and Power Applications, Springer, Singapore: 807-817.
Aijuan J, Hangtian L, and Shaolong L (2006). A new high-frequency AC link three-phase four-wire power electronic transformer. In the 1ST IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications, IEEE, Singapore, Singapore: 1-6.
Alepuz S, González-Molina F, Martin-Arnedo J, and Martinez-Velasco JA (2014). Development and testing of a bidirectional distribution electronic power transformer model. Electric Power Systems Research, 107: 230-239.

Copyright Notice:

Authors who publish with this journal agree to the terms inducated in the following link. Also, based on the AEEE rules, "authors retain the copyright" of their works.