The Journal of Power Electronics (JPE) is published every month (12 times per year). The Journal of Power Electronics publishes papers of a high technical standard with a suitable balance of practice and theory. It covers a wide range of applications and apparatus in the power electronics field. The scope includes the following:

• Low Power Converter
• High Power Converters
• Motor Drives
• Grid and Power Quality
• Energy Management Systems
• Devices and Components
• Consumer Power Electronics
• Emerging Power Electronics

Each manuscript is to be peer-reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers who are specialized in the field of power electronics. JPE reviewers are selected by the JPE Editorial Board depending on their career and contributions in the field of power electronics. For more detailed information about manuscript preparation and the code of ethics for research, please visit

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  • Jung-Ik Ha
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0.830 (2019)
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0.789 (2019)
Five year impact factor
21 days
Submission to first decision
119 days
Submission to acceptance
16,198 (2020)

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