The ACES Journal is devoted to the exchange of information in
computational electromagnetics, to the advancement of the state of the art, and to the
promotion of related technical activities. A primary objective of the information exchange
is the elimination of the need to "re-invent the wheel" to solve a previously
solved computational problem in electrical engineering, physics, or related fields of
The ACES Journal welcomes original, previously unpublished papers,
relating to applied computational electromagnetics. All papers are refereed.
A unique feature of ACES Journal is the publication of unsuccessful efforts in applied computational electromagnetics. Publication of such material provides a means to discuss problem areas in electromagnetic modeling. Manuscripts representing an unsuccessful application or negative result in computational electromagnetics is considered for publication only if a reasonable expectation of success (and a reasonable effort) are reflected.
The technical activities promoted by this publication include code
validation, performance analysis, and input/output standardization; code or technique
optimization and error minimization; innovations in solution technique or in data
input/output; identification of new applications for electromagnetics modeling codes and
techniques; integration of computational electromagnetics techniques with new computer
architectures; and correlation of computational parameters with physical mechanisms.
The ACES Journal is abstracted in INSPEC, in Engineering Index, DTIC, Science Citation Index Expanded, the
Research Alert, and to Current Contents/Engineering, Computing & Technology.
Published twelve times annually. ACES Journal is available on line to all ACES Society members and hard copies are delivered to institutional members of ACES Society. Authors who have a paper in any journal issue also receives a hard copy of that issue.