At the point where different fields interact we often see the most ingenious of ideas, and the most incredible breakthroughs. Whether it’s plasma medicine, organic LEDs or nuclear astrophysics its vital we support merging fields.
Next week in Vail, Colorado the CIPANP conference provides an important venue to discuss interdisciplinary ideas and developments for the fields of nuclear physics, particle physics and astrophysics. A great deal has happened since the last event in 2012, and I’m looking forward to hearing all the latest news.
That’s right – I’m lucky enough to be there. Come by the JPhysG stand any time next week and introduce yourself, tell me about your work or perhaps grab a drink. Maybe you have questions about refereeing or how to get published – I’m happy to help. Alternatively, you can drop me an email.
Whether you’re a CIPANP delegate or not, JPhysG is a unique journal supporting these key interface areas of nuclear and particle physics, and with our 40th anniversary this year there has never been a better time to get your work out there.
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Check out the CIPANP 2015 conference website: http://cipanp2015.yale.edu/
JPhysG welcomes submissions from CIPANP delegates, which will undergo our normal high-quality peer review. Note that this is compatible with the self-archiving eConf proceedings system.