TTS Author Information

Article Submission Types

There is 1 article submission type for IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society:

(1) Original Research (regular) – 10 pages

Original Research- RegularAn article that using the IEEE transactions template may be up to 10 pages, inclusive of content, references, acknowledgements, biographies, images and tables.

Note: Authors can write up to an additional 10 pages but will incur a page charge of $200 per page, beginning with page number 11 and ending with page number 20 as a maximum total. Authors may wish to pay a voluntary page charge of $110 to support the Transactions.

Original Research– Open Access

An open access paper is a peer reviewed paper that may be original research. Authors will only be able to designate their paper as an “open access” at the point that FINAL FILES are received at the IEEE Author Gateway in Manuscript Central. Open access MUST be stipulated, if that is what the authors desire, prior to the final proofing stage. The open access fee is $2000 US dollars and is a “per article” fee.


The following template should be used in submitting new articles. The publication does not accept LATEX documents for the Transactions. Please submit all work in .DOC format. The IEEE referencing format MUST BE used in all article submissions.

General Information

Please visit IEEE’s Author Center for general information.

Paper Submission Portal

Please visit IEEE’s Scholar’s One manuscript submission system.

Sponsoring Societies

The IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society will be an Electronic (IEEE Xplore Delivery) only publication. No print copies will be produced. The sponsoring societies include:

• IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology

Technical co-sponsorship societies include:

• IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

The Transactions on Technology and Society is 100% financially sponsored by the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology.

Impact Factor and Indexing

The IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society will be eligible for an impact factor in 2023, as it usually takes about three years for adjudication by relevant bodies. Given the multidisciplinary nature of the Transactions, the IEEE SSIT community anticipates it will achieve indexing in as many credible databases as possible. It also expects to reach out to its local communities to have the Transactions listed as “counting” towards promotion or national ranking schemes. Please reach out to the Editor-in-Chief for support to have the Transactions listed in authors’ respective localities, before it achieves an impact factor status.