Tips For Writing IEEE Research Paper

What is IEEE?

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association and was formed in 1963 from the contributions of AIEEIRE. Its main objectives are the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, and computer engineering, and allied disciplines. IEEE produces almost 30% of the world’s literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields. It also provides learning opportunities within the engineering sciences, research, and technology sectors.

Tips for creating IEEE research paper

The IEEE research paper needs a detailed description of the research work along with all detailed information. The results require precision and originality. The work done should be highly innovative. Remember not to use plagiarized content as your work would be reviewed by proficient scholars all around the world.

No plagiarized content

IEEE policy on duplicate publication states that authors should only submit their original real work. You should not submit plagiarized content.

Structure of the research paper

The basic structure of a research paper must contain the following elements

  1. Title and affiliations

A research paper must have an effective title so that it can grab the attention of reviewers and would be able to answer all their relevant questions. It should be crisp and concise. Straight to the point so that even a person in a different area of interest can understand about your research

  1. Abstract

An abstract is a standalone condensed version of the article. It must not be more than 250 words and should be written in the past tense. For a good abstract one must use keywords and index terms.

  1. Introduction

An introduction is a written description of the problem one has researched.  It should be written in the present tense and should not be more than 2 pages and must not be too broad or vague. It must give information about the topics covered and must contain an overview of your research results.

  1. Proposed method

Give a detailed analogy of the proposed method used in your research work. This is what is the theme of your research to make sure that you are leaving a tight impression on this part of writing.

  1. Experimental data and results

Mention all the experimental data and results recorded while conducting your experiments during the research period. It can be in the form of figures and tables. The more detail you provide, the more chance of getting it published in various journals.

  1. Conclusions

One must include a summary of the main findings, implications for this field. To make it more effective provide benefits and shortcomings of the solution presented, your research and methodology and also suggest future areas for research.

  1. Acknowledgments

Provide all the necessary acknowledgments in order to influence the reviewers. Always remember to acknowledge anyone who contributed in any way be it through discussions, feedback on drafts, implementation, experiments, etc

  1. References

There is no limit to the number of references and one should provide a good number of references in order to make your research more appealing. One must always keep in mind to only use those references which directly support your work, ensuring proper author attribution. It is advisable to use the citation numbering system as IEEE journals generally follow it.

IEEE reviewers are always searching for appropriate content for the journal. They always require a clearly written original material that addresses a new and important problem that the world is currently facing, valid and rational methods of solving it, conclusions that make sense, Illustrations, tables and graphs that support the text and references that are current and relevant to the subject. Article contributed by Hari babu from!