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All original manuscripts or revisions to the IEEE J-FLEX must be submitted electronically through IEEE Manuscript Central: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jflex. Each submitted manuscript will be sent to reviewers who will evaluate your work. The IEEE J-FLEX encourages authors to suggest potential reviewers as part of the submission process, which might help to expedite the review of the manuscript. Please suggest only those without conflict of interest (e.g. who work at institutions other than your own and with whom you have no collaborative or other technical or family ties). Each submission must be classified by the author to select appropriate keywords of this Journal (e.g., Advanced Materials, Printed Electronics, Flexible Electronics, Ultra-Thin Chips, Sustainable Electronics etc.).
Authors are required to prepare manuscripts employing the double-column style template developed by IEEE (see here).
More general information on article templates, as well as instructions on how to prepare your papers for publication in IEEE Transactions and Journals can be found in the IEEE Author Digital Toolbox (see here )
IEEE J-FLEX follows the IEEE practices on units and abbreviations, as outlined in the Institute’s published standards; see IEEE Information for Author Digital Too Box at: here. IEEE J-FLEX requires that derivations which are easily found in the literature merely be cited.
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