About the Journal

Asian Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AJoEEE) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal published in March and September with a dedicated mission of contributing to original and high-quality research. The journal publishes research papers in the fields of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.


Asian Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AJoEEE) is committed to meeting and upholding ethical behaviour standards at all publication stages. The manuscripts submitted to the Journal must be original and scientific research papers. Plagiarism is an unacceptable violation of publication ethics. The authors have the primary responsibility to ensure that their manuscript is free from plagiarism. It is also crucial for the journal’s editors and reviewers to detect plagiarism in manuscripts and do necessary follow-ups. The authors must make sure that the manuscript does not violate any copyright or intellectual property rights. If copyrighted material exceeding approximately 100 words from a journal article or approximately 500 words from a book is used, the author must have obtained written permission for its use.  The reviewers’ main responsibility is to improve the paper's quality by reviewing the manuscript objectively and thoroughly on time. Peer reviews are double-blinded, and editors shall preserve the anonymity of reviewers. To this end, the Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities has adopted a Code of Publication Ethics to ensure that its commitment to integrity is adhered to by authors, editors, and reviewers.


If the paper is accepted for publication, the author(s) will be asked to pay USD 40 (RM  150) as an article publication fee to defray operating costs. The waiver policy is not applicable. The editor will notify the payment method after the acceptance of the paper.  However, high-quality paper publication fees may be partially/fully waived upon request. 


Opinions expressed in articles and creative pieces published in this Journal are those of the authors. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors, the editorial board, or the publisher.