We get some inspiration after speaking with Dr Jesús Pérez Ríos, member of Professor Chris H. Greene’s group (Purdue University), about his research and hearing his overview of the field of AMO physics.

Professor Gerardo Adesso is a theoretical physicist and Professor of Mathematical Physics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Nottingham. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. He works on… Read More ›

A new method to generate complex light beams from integrated-optics circuits is theoretically investigated in a new paper by Andrea Crespi and Francesca Bragheri

JPhys+ is proud to support CDT-PV, a multicentre team across 7 Universities training highly skilled students in sustainable energy and photovoltaic technologies. Here we catch up with students Joel Smith and Rachael Greenhalgh and their recent training

In the recently published Emerging Talents paper in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical Jonatan Brask and Rafael Chaves investigate Bell scenarios with communication. Emerging Talent, Jonatan spoke to JPhys+ to explain more about nonlocality. Classical and quantum physics provide… Read More ›

Since 2009, Journal of Physics A has awarded an annual Best Paper Prize, which serves to celebrate well written papers that make significant contributions to their field.

Employing state-of-the-art neutron scattering techniques, Fobes et al quantify the atomic-scale interactions responsible for the emergence of quantum matter.

New constraints on theoretical nuclear models will help to determine the astrophysical site of the rapid neutron capture process One of the longstanding open problems in physics is the quest to understand how the elements on the periodic table are… Read More ›

Today’s Image of the Week comes from a study of A formula for crossing probabilities of critical systems inside polygons. The manuscript is from our Emerging Talents special issue on Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. Steven Flores, currently… Read More ›

Are nuclear models as versatile as we would like in the new era of Radioactive Beam Facilities? Nuclei are among the most challenging systems to accurately describe in physics. They are made from few to more than two hundred strongly… Read More ›

This week’s image of the week is a vector plot of the function (10) from the JPhysD article Spin-transfer-driven oscillations of the magnetic quasi-vortex in a dot with crystalline cubic anisotropy Andrzej Janutka and Przemysław Gawroński 2017 J. Phys. D:… Read More ›

In his recently published Paper in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical Loïc Turban from the Université de Lorraine has provided a study of the 1D classical q-state Potts model. Professor Turban talks to JPhys+ to tell us more about… Read More ›

Astrophysical reactions that are almost impossible to measure can now be studied in the laboratory The field of Nuclear Astrophysics is an exciting field that brings together scientists from many different communities: Stellar Observers, astrophysics modellers, meteorite experts, nuclear experimentalists… Read More ›