Opto-Electronic Advances is included in SCI database


It has been officially announced today by Clarivate Analytics (formerly the Intellectual Property and Science Division of Thomson Reuters) that, Opto-Electronic Advances (OEA), an English academic journal sponsored by the Institute of Optics and Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOE, CAS), is now indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) database, indicating that the academic achievements and impact of OEA have been recognized internationally. Journal Impact Factor of OEA will be published in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) in 2021.

SCI is the world’s leading citation database providing authoritative, trusted, high-quality, multidisciplinary coverage from high impact research journals worldwide. SCI has always followed strict and robust evaluation criteria to select the most influential and high-quality journals from all over the world.

OEA was founded with great support from IOE, CAS. Led by Editor-in-chief Prof. Xiangang Luo and Executive Editor-in-chief Prof. Minghui Hong, the Editorial Board Members from 14 countries and regions across the world have also made enormous contributions. OEA has always adhered to international editorial conventions, strictly implemented the manuscript processes and standards of international journals, and has attracted many high-quality manuscripts from all over the world. After being included into SCI, the international influence of OEA will be further expanded.

About Opto-Electronic Advances
Opto-Electronic Advances (OEA), launched in March 2018, is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, monthly, scientific journal sponsored by the IOE, CAS. The journal is dedicated to publish high-quality articles covering all significant research activities in the broad areas of optics, photonics and optoelectronics, and to create a professional platform for international academic exchanges. In addition to original research articles/letters, and invited comprehensive reviews on published articles, OEA has launched a special column called OE Historical. World-class outstanding scientists are invited to share their rich academic experience and research thoughts, summarize the state of the art of development, as well as put forward their opinions and envisions for future development in the form of a review article in OE Historical. It is believed these OE Historical review articles will benefit the academic community greatly.

Currently, OEA has 30 editorial board members from 14 countries or regions including China, USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, UK, Germany, France, Greece, Austria, Japan, and Korea. Further, 11 offices have been set up around the world. Previously, OEA has already been included in CA and ProQuest. Since March 2018, OEA has published 59 papers, each of which has an average citations rate of 8.1 based on Google Scholar data.

Up until March 2021, OEA waives the article publication charge (APC) for all the papers. Manuscripts from across the world are all and always welcome.