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Wireless Power Transfer has become part of an exciting collaborative publishing partnership between Cambridge University Press and Hindawi. Wireless Power Transfer remains a Cambridge University Press title but will be published and hosted by Hindawi, and will become a Gold Open Access journal, from January 1, 2021 (Volume 8)*. Authors submitting manuscripts after September 1, 2020 are directed to Hindawi’s manuscript submission system**. 

Please visit the new website at: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/wpt/. All back content, up to and including Vol 7 2020, will remain on Cambridge Core. For all Volume 7 / 2020 subscription inquiries, please email: journals@cambridge.org. For further information on this partnership, please click here.

For details of Cambridge's growing Engineering programme in books and journals, please click here.

*Cambridge University Press will cease publication on completion of Volume 7 / 2020. From Issue 1 of Volume 8 / 2021, the Journal is published by Hindawi.

**All authors submitting a new manuscript after September 1st should follow the author instructions on Hindawi’s submission system.

  • ISSN: 2052-8418 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Nuno Borges Carvalho University of Aveiro, Portugal
  • Editorial board
Launched in 2014, Wireless Power Transfer is the first journal dedicated to publishing original research and industrial developments relating to wireless power. The Journal pulls together research from across the field, covering aspects such as RF technology, near-field energy transfer, energy conversion and management, electromagnetic harvesting, novel materials and fabrication techniques, energy storage elements, and RFID-related electronics. WPT covers all methods of wireless power transfer and articles reflect the full diversity of applications for this technology, including mobile communications, medical implants, automotive technology, and spacecraft engineering.

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