The IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics is dedicated to the publication of manuscripts reporting novel experimental or theoretical results in the broad field of photonics, which was originally known as quantum electronics at the time the journal was founded in 1965. The Journal publishes research papers concerning photons or electromagnetic waves with frequencies usually in the range of terahertz to petahertz, describing significant advances in their understanding or demonstration of new devices, systems, or applications.
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It is not sufficient for a paper to be merely technically correct. Papers that report improvements in the performance of well-known systems or devices or by clever electronics or mechanical engineering do not fall within the scope of JQE. Tutorial and review papers are by invitation only. If a manuscript is outside of the scope of JQE or other IEEE Photonics Society publications, it may be suitable for another IEEE Journal.
Haoshuo Chen, Bell Labs, Nokia, USA
Giuseppe D’Aguanno, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Mable Fok, University of Georgia, USA
Xuhan Guo, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Haroldo Hattori, University of New South Wales, Australia
Sushil Kumar, Lehigh University, USA
Ming Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Di Liang, Alibaba Group, USA
Chien-chung Lin, National Taiwan University College of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Taiwan
Xingjie Ni, Penn State University, USA
Federica Poli, Unviersity of Parma, Italy
Varun Raghunathan, Indian Institute of Science, India
Prof. Hon Ki Tsang
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, Hong Kong
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