Electronics Journal is a publication of the faculty, issued twice a year since 1997. Various fields of electrical engineering are represented: electronics, automatics, telecommunication, power electronics, nuclear technique and technical analysis and synthesis of electrical circuits and systems, along with new materials in electronics.
Papers are indexed in the following data bases: Scopus, Compendex, Index Copernicus, DOAJ and EBSCO data bases. As a way of supporting the idea of global knowledge exchange, in the context of CC BY-NC 4.0 license, the journal is of open access type, which means that all published papers are available to public immediately after publication.
Scopus CiteScore: 0,45 (May 31, 2016.)