April 6, 2011
ISA Transactions provides ISA members (and other subscribers) reliable, in-depth, technical articles on the science and engineering of measurement and automation from industry experts. The Internet has become a common resource people use, but ISA Transactions provides information that must pass expert review for accuracy and quality before being published. The global technical journal offers a balance of information from the best minds in academe and industry. It contains non-commercial articles targeted for those in R&D and for the advanced practitioner seeking technical details related to new developments or implementation. Articles are contributed by authors from around the world, and prior to publication, manuscript revisions are guided by three to four subject-matter experts seeking to make the articles technically accurate and useful reference tools.
Five editors manage the review process: Russ Rhinehart (Oklahoma State University), Zhiqiang Gao (Cleveland State University), Karlene Hoo (Texas Tech University), Ahmad Rad (Simon Fraser University), and Qing-Guo Wang (National University of Singapore). There are 12 members of the Editorial Advisory Board, each serving staggered three-year terms and providing input on direction and quality for ISA Transactions. In all, the editorial staff members represent 10 countries and careers from academe, practice, and national research labs.