Aims & Scope


JEMAA is a professional journal in the field of electromagnetic analysis, testing and application. The goal of this journal is to provide an international platform for engineers and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in the field of electromagnetics. It is an archival publication which disseminates the results of fundamental and applied research, those relevant power engineering are especially welcomed. This journal is edited to encourage deeper understanding and greater effectiveness in theory analysis, testing, numerical calculation and engineering application that relevant electromagnetic fields.

JEMAA publishes four categories of original technical reports: papers, communications, reviews, and discussions. Papers are well-documented final reports of research projects. Communications are shorter and contain noteworthy items of technical interest or ideas required rapid publication. Reviews are synoptic papers on a subject of general interest, with ample literature references, and written for readers with widely varying background. Discussions on published reports, with author rebuttals, form the fourth category of JEMAA publications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


  • · Antenna Arrays
  • · Antenna Theory and Applications
  • · Biological Effects
  • · Eddy Current Problems
  • · Electric Power and Grounding (Earth)
  • · Electric Power Line
  • · Electrical Machine
  • · Electrocardiograph (ECG)
  • · Electroencephalograph (EEG)
  • · Electromagnetic Breaker
  • · Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • · Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electromagnetic Environment
  • · Electromagnetic Devices
  • · Electromagnetic Field Theory
  • · Electromagnetic Interferences (EMI)
  • · Electromagnetic Inverse Problems
  • · Electromagnetic Launch
  • · Electromagnetic Material Modelling
  • · Electromagnetic Measurement Technology and Instruments
  • · Electromagnetic Nondestructive Testing
  • · Electromagnetic Numerical Analysis
  • · Electromagnetic Physics
  • · Electromagnetic Solid Mechanics
  • · Electromagnetic Structure Optimization
  • · Electromagnetism and Biological Tissues
  • · Electromagnetism and Medical Devices
  • · Electromagnetism in Medical Applications
  • · Electromyography
  • · Environmental Pollution by Electromagnetics
  • · Fiber Optics
  • · High Frequency Techniques
  • · Integrated Optics
  • · Magnetic Fluid
  • · Measuring Technique of Radiated Electromagnetic
  • · Medical Applications
  • · Moving Conductor Eddy Current Problems
  • · Multiphysics Coupled Problems
  • · Noise and Signals
  • · Noise Reduction
  • · Optical and Millimeter Wave Techniques
  • · Printed Circuits
  • · Quasi-Static Fields
  • · Radar Measurements and Applications
  • · Radiated Electromagnetic
  • · Scattering and Diffraction
  • · Serges (Thunderbolts or Static Electricity)
  • · Solid State Devices and Circuits
  • · Static Fields
  • · Static Magnetic
  • · Test Electromagnetic Analysis Method (Team) Workshop Benchmark Problems
  • · The Problems of the Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves
  • · Waveguides

  • We are also interested in: 1) Short Reports – 2-5 page papers where an author can present either preliminary data or an idea with theoretical background but has not yet completed the research needed for a complete paper; 2) Book Reviews – Comments and critiques