Jennifer is Editor for a range of astrophysics, measurement and instrumentation journals. She has worked in scientific publishing at IOP Publishing since completing her PhD in Photon Physics at The University of Manchester in 2012.
Next week, I will be at Magnetism 2015 in Leeds, UK on behalf of JPhysD, attending talks, perusing posters and manning the IOP Publishing stand 6. So do drop by for a browse through our journals and magazines, to take a free sample,… Read More ›
The response of graphene to applied forces can strongly influence its properties and applicability in novel device physics. Crumpled graphene, created by applying a compressive stress, has great potential for gas storage, electronics and super-capacitors. Thus, studying how graphene responds to, and recovers from, stress and strain… Read More ›
If you own a digital camera or laptop computer, you probably rely on a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) device or two. CMOS devices are favorable since they are far cheaper to manufacture and consume a fraction of the power when compared with their main… Read More ›
To recognise and adapt to the changing landscape of applied physics, JPhysD’s Editor-in-Chief Giorgio Margaritondo and Publisher Tom Miller detailed their vision for the journal as well as some key initiatives for 2015 in a letter to readers. Read more →