JPhys+ in 2015: what you’ve been reading

Here is a look back at our most popular blog articles of 2015. It seems that people are popular as some of most highly read posts have been about the community and authors our journals serve.

JPA_tile_105x85pxIn at number 5 are JPhys A’s prize winning authors. Every year the journal and a selection of panelists select the best papers published in the journal. Find out who the lucky three authors were, and about their research in our interview with them.


cdt-cmp_logo_imageNext up is a fairly recent blog post and part of our exciting partnership with the Centre for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics at Bath and Bristol Universities. Their first post introduces this year’s cohort and what each of the students are most looking forward to in their training. Check their posts so far from Lauren, Richard, and Jake.

Professor Jagadish

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Middle of the pack is another award winner. This time the IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer award winner and Section Editor of JPhys D Professor Chennupati Jagadish.


Paul Brumer

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Just missing out on the top spot is JPhys B’s interview with Paul Brumer. In the first of their featured author interview series they discuss with the Professor his work on quantum coherence.

Picture of Dorje Brody

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The winner, and the most read post of the year is another interview by JPhys A, this time with Editorial Board member and professor of mathematics Dorje Brody. A specialist in quantum theory, statistical mechanics and mathematical finance, Brody talks about his work and aims for his research.


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