- Détails du magazine
- Accès libre
- Première publication
- 01 Jan 2010
- 1 fois par an
- Sujets du magazine
- Ingénierie, Génie biologique et génie biomédicale, Électronique biomédicale, Physique, Spectroscopie et métrologie, Sciences de la vie, Biophysique, Médecine, Génie biomédical
- Métriques du magazine
- Cite Score
- Index Copernicus
The Journal of Electrical Bioimpedance (JoEB) is an international, single blind peer reviewed, fast publication, non-commercial, open access journal. Original research papers, review articles and educational material within all aspects of electrical bioimpedance are published.
The JoEB was established in 2010 by the Oslo Bioimpedance Group in Norway, as a specialized channel for publications related to the passive electrical properties of biomaterials. It has since been maintained as a not-for-profit journal with the main intention of offering new and established researchers in the field an easily accessible source of information.
We accept a wide range of papers that are related to electrical bioimpedance. Our aim is to cover the theory, experiments and applications that will typically be of interest to international bioimpedance students and researchers. Examples of relevant scientific topics can be (but are not limited to):
- Impedance spectroscopy studies on biomaterials as basic research or to develop a new method related to that particular material.
- Studies where single- or multi-frequency bioimpedance measurements are used for monitoring of physiological parameters.
- Studies related to electrical impedance tomography (EIT). Instrumentation, algorithms, new applications, etc.
- Instrumentation or new measuring methods for bioimpedance measurements or EIT.
- Theoretical work related to bioimpedance.
- Modeling and simulations. Please note that simulations, e.g. by using the finite element method, should normally be validated through experiments before publishing.
- Studies on other sensor technologies that are relevant to bioimpedance (e.g. potentially in a multi-sensor solution) but where bioimpedance methods are not directly used.
- Non-linear (e.g. memristive) electrical properties of biomaterials.
- Cite Score = 2.5
- SJR = 0.436
- SNIP = 0.978
- Index Copernicus = 121.24
JoEB is a non-profit journal and we only charge a publication fee to cover our direct publication costs. All the editorial functions are based on voluntary work. The article processing charges (APCs) are currently 400 Euro, there is no article submission charges. No other charges apply.
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The editorial board is participating in a growing community of Similarity Check System's in order to ensure that the content published is original and trustworthy. Similarity Check is a medium that allows for comprehensive manuscripts screening, aimed to eliminate plagiarism and provide a high standard and quality peer-review process.
Ørjan Grøttem Martinsen, University of Oslo, Norway
Editorial Advisory Board
Andrew Cei Ahn, Harvard University, United States
Tushar Kanti Bera, University of Arizona, United States
Donald P. Bernstein, Palomar Medical Center, United States
Pedro Bertemes-Filho, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Brian Brown, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Eugen Gheorghiu, International Centre of Biodynamics, Romania
David Holder, University College London, United Kingdom
Francisco Miguel Vargas Luna, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico
Kuassi Marcellin Amoussou-Guenou, Health Sciences Faculty of Cotonou, Benin
Mart Min, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Stig Ollmar, Karolinska institutet, Sweden
Tadeusz Palko, Politechnika Warszawska, Poland
Ronald Pethig, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Uwe Pliquett, Institute for Bioprocessing and Analytical Measurement Techniques e.V., Germany
Fernando Seoane, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Khondkar Siddique-e Rabbani, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Pere J Riu, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
Andrea A Robitzki, University of Leipzig, Germany
Hermann Scharfetter, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Leigh C Ward, University of Queensland, Australia
John G Webster, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Eung Je Woo, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
Håvard Kalvøy, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
Barry Belmont, University of Michigan, United States
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Please submit your article via Editorial Manager: www.editorialmanager.com/joeb/default.aspx
Original research papers, review articles and educational material within all aspects of electrical bioimpedance are published in the Journal of Electrical Bioimpedance (JoEB). We may also accept manuscripts that are not directly reporting on bioimpedance work, but are focusing on research that is relevant for electrical bioimpedance and hence of particular interest to our readers. For educational material, only the theory part (syllabus) will be published in JoEB and links will be made to any other material (videos, presentations, websites, etc) that the authors wish to share. Manuscripts submitted to JoEB should adhere strictly to the MS Word or LaTeX templates.
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This journal provides immediate open access to its content under the Creative Commons BY 4.0 license. Authors who publish with this journal retain all copyrights and agree to the terms of the above-mentioned CC BY 4.0 license.
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