As per available reports about 75 journals, 35 Conferences, 24 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Electrostatic Force and about 1680000 articles are being published on the current trends in Electrostatic Force. In terms of research annually, USA, India, Japan, Brazil and Canada are some of the leading countries where maximum studies related to Electrostatic Force was known since the time of the ancient Greeks that amber rubbed with fur would become "electrified" and attract small objects, an effect also easily seen by rubbing a piece of plastic with wool. The word "electricity" in fact comes from the Greek name for amber. During Benjamin Franklin's time, such astonishing electrical phenomena had been observed that widely-attended public electrical displays had become popular. A public presentation of this kind so strongly impressed Franklin that he bought the lecturer's equipment, and began investigating electrical phenomena on his own, in parallel with other efforts already underway in Europe. Others had already found that there were two kinds of electrical charge, and that charges of the same kind repel while charges of opposite kind attract each other. Franklin designated the two kinds of charge as “positive” and “negative.” But while qualitative understanding was developing rapidly, a quantitative Understanding of the forces between electrically charged objects was still lacking..
The Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems is an open access journal – hosted by OMICS International – a pioneer in open access publishing–and is listed among the top 10 journals in Electrostatic Force. The scope of the journal encompasses Electrical engineering, Wireless communication systems, Biosensors & actuators, Photonics & Biophotonics, Audio & digital signal processing, Wireless sensor networks, LED & detectors, Solid state lighting, Spintronics, Quantum electronics, Photovoltaic & solar energy, Active & passive filters, Pattern recognition, Non-linear microscopy & ultrafast spectroscopy, Advanced computer architecture, Electric & magnetic fields, Power distribution networks & power losses, Renewable energy sources, Adaptive arrays, Electromagnetic wave theory, Electromagnetic inverse problems, Surfaceplasmonics & Nano photonics, Electromagnetism, Integrated Electro-optical devices, Communication systems & networks, DC-DC Converters, Semiconductors & transistors, Microelectronics & Nano electronics, Digital & analog VLSI, Smart antennas & beam forming, Computational electromagnetics, Direction of arrival estimation, Power electronics and Electric drives, Neural networks, Network theory, Modelling and computation, Protection devices, Distribution systems, FACTS, Electrical machines, Artificial intelligence.
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List of major Electrostatic Force and related journals
List of major Electrostatic Force and related Conferences
List of major Electrostatic Force and related Research Centres
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