It’s been a busy, exciting, and fantastically successful year for the JPhys+ blog and Journal of Physics series and we’re all looking forward to what the new year will bring.
2016 will see the launch of a new special issue for ‘Emerging Leaders’, a collaborative effort across the JPhys series to recognise the next generation of leaders in our research communities who could shape the direction of research in the next 50 years. The special issue forms part of the celebrations of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the JPhys series, for which preparations are well underway. Here on the blog, we’re excited about the new changes and developments planned for next year. We’re pleased to say that we will be continuing the CDT-CMP blog posts as well as starting new CDT-Photovoltaics (PV) posts from January.
-We have several upcoming special issues including: Combinatorics of lattice models: a special issue in honour of Tony Guttmann’s 70th birthday, Marian Smoluchowski’s 1916 paper—a century of inspiration, New moonshines
-We’re excited to be welcoming several new members to the journals editorial board: Dr Michael Hall, Dr Thierry Dauxios, Professor Robert Ziff and Professor Lei-Han Tang. These are in addition to Dr Guilio Chiribella, Dr Lorenza Viola, Professor Joachim Krug and Dr Yariv Kafri who have also recently joined us.
-And, we’re looking forward to continued success for our newly launched Biological Modelling section and newly introduced Letters
We will be publishing the following Special Issues next year: Antihydrogen and positronium, Atomic and molecular data for astrophysicist, Rydberg atomic physics, Atomic and molecular processes in the ultracold regime, the chemical regime and astrophysicists, Emerging leaders, Quantum many body physics with more to come…
We’re excited about the huge number of Special Issues we have coming up next year: 2D semiconductors, Molecular functionalization of surfaces for device applications, Nano and mesoscale friction, The physics of emerging desalination techniques, New developments in classical density functional theory, Transition metal dichalcogenides, Theory of solar energy materials , Transparent conducting oxides, Nanophotonics and nanoplasmonics, George Stell Memorial Issue: 50 years of liquid state theory, Molecular-scale theories and simulations of fluid systems: from microscopic to macroscopic effects, Physics of supercapacitors and electroactuators, Surface segregation
-We’re looking forward to the ongoing development of our new Physics of Renewable energy and sustainability section which has recently launched
-We also have special issues including: Electron holography, Molecular movements in biomembranes, Plasma inspired biomaterials
-And, we’ll also be publishing Roadmaps on Oxide electronic materials and interfaces, and THz science and technology.
-We have some upcoming special issues on: Neutrino mass & mass ordering, Lattice QCD, Thermalization in heavy ion collisions with more in the pipeline
-We’re eager to see the continued development of the new Letters section
-We’re planning to attend several conferences: INPC, Nuclei in the Cosmos , Nuclear Structure and ICHEP
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JPhysA: from A P Kuznetsov et al 2015 J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 48 125101. See the related JPhys+ post here. JPhysB: adapted from Thiago M Carrijo et al 2015 J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 48 125501 See the related JPhys+ post here. JPhysCM: adapted from Y-T Huang et al 2015 J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27 345001. See the related JPhys+ post here. JPhysD: adapted from Zhen-Dong Sha et al 2015 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 48 395303 See the related JPhys+ post here. JPhysG: from B Abelev et al (The ALICE Collaboration) 2014 J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 41 087002. Copyright CERN, and distributed under a CC-BY 3.0 license. See the related JPhys+ post here. All copyright IOP Publishing 2015. Featured thumbnail credit: Pixabay. Free for use: CC0 Public Domain
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