IEEE Magnetics Letters (IML)
Presentations (invited/oral/poster), selected by an editorial board, may submit a five-page paper (plus one additional page allowed for acknowledgments and references), for publication in IEEE Magnetics Letters (IML) any time after the conference ends until October 15th 2020. If you are giving an invited talk, your article should not be a review; rather, it should contain mostly new results, as is appropriate for a letters journal. If you reuse material from a previously published article or conference proceedings paper, you must cite it, briefly summarize it, and clearly state what is new and important in the current manuscript. All submitted articles are automatically checked for excessive duplication. Templates are available at link.
The regular editors will manage the review process. If your article is accepted, it will be published on-line, in preprint form, immediately after full peer review and your revisions. Several weeks later, it will appear as fully edited and typeset. Each paper will have its own article number and its own dates of submission and publication. IML is known for providing authors with helpful reviews, excellent copy editing of language, careful preparation of reference lists, and short times from submission to publication. All articles will have a footnote, “Trends in Magnetism Conference, Cefalù, Palermo, Italy, 7-11 September 2020.” Except for the footnote, the format of your article will be the same as that of any other IML article. It will not be part of a conference proceedings. There is no charge for regular publication; open access publication is available for a charge.
The URL for article submission is link. In Step 1 of the submission process, please select as the Manuscript Type the subject area closest to that of your article. In Step 2, under Conference-Related Articles, please select “TIMC – Trends in Magnetism Conference.” The IML website for published articles is link. IML is tracked by all major indexing services, including Web of Science and Scopus.