IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine
General Call for Papers

The IEEE Consumer Electronics Society launched its flagship society magazine during the first quarter of 2012. The magazine is published on a quarterly basis and over the past 18 months has featured a range of topical content on state-of-art consumer electronics systems, services and devices and associated technologies.

There is a running call for new articles on Engineering topics of relevance to CE.

Articles should be broadly scoped - typically review and tutorial articles are particularly suited to the Magazine. Technical articles may be suitable but these should be of general interest to an engineering audience and of broader scope than regular technical papers.

Some example fields of interest include:

Digital Broadcast & HDTV

Smart-Grid & CE

Displays for CE

Interactive & Immersive TV

Home Networks & Services

Storage & Digital Media

Smart Imaging & Cameras

Audio Systems &Technologies

CE & Digital Content Issues

Mobile Devices

Security & Rights Management

Device Interconnects

Digital Video Processing & Codecs

HCI &User Interface

Haptics & Multi-Touch

3D Imaging & Display

Wireless & RF in CE

CE Image & Signal Processing

Home Healthcare

New & Emerging Technologies

Gaming Devices & Systems

Social & Economic Impacts of CE

Wireless Sensor Networks in CE

CE & Cloud Computing

Articles related a to the background story behind engineering standards or practical experiences in product specification and design are particularly welcome. Tutorials on CE related technologies or techniques are also encouraged. The Magazine will also feature regular sections devoted to standards, patents & IP matters, security & digital content, device tear-downs and reviews of books and engineering software & design tools. If you are interested in contributing please contact the editor at for feedback and to discuss the suitability of your ideas for an article.

Articles should be submitted to by  mid-February for the Summer issue, or mid-May  for the Fall issue to allow time for peer review.