“Oh, the answer to this question is very simple, yet totally uninformative: The most significant problems are those that we are yet to discover!”
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical
In our latest Publisher’s Pick article, we interview Francesco Pepe, a member of the QUANTUM collaboration of the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), involving Simone Notarnicola (SISSA) and Professors Elisa Ercolessi (Bologna), Giuseppe Marmo (Naples), Paolo Facchi and… Read More ›
Lorenza Viola is one of the newest members of the JPhysA editorial board. In this insightful and engaging interview she tells us about her career path and ‘adventures’. Read about her work in quantum information processing and quantum statistical mechanics, career highlights and where her research could take her next.
QIPC has been held at many top destinations around Europe and this year makes it’s way to England’s great city, Leeds. Quantum Computing, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Communication, Quantum Metrology, Quantum Algorithms… Hope to see you there!
Attempting to understand the detailed structure of entanglement and potential insights it can offer in the context of holography
Highlighting some of the leading research from top scientists and researchers working at Australian institutions.
With the special issue celebrating Rodney Baxter’s 75th birthday currently underway we list here the publications of Baxter in JPhysA over the past four decades illustrating the remarkable depth and significance of Baxter’s work.
How can the instanton method be used to determine structures in turbulent fluid flows at high Reynolds numbers?
A symmetry-breaking transition from a turbulent to a self-organized state
Exactly Solved Models and Beyond: a special issue in honour of R J Baxter’s 75th birthday. A collection of articles reflecting the on-going influence of Baxter’s work.
A look back over the research highlights of 2015 so far. JPhysA insights offer an opportunity for researchers to get a flavour of work published across the journal that may be outside their areas of expertise.
New Publishers Pick on developing new geometrical tools for dealing with higher order Langrangians
We have recently awarded our 2015 JPhysA Best Paper Prizes. Here we find out more from the authors about their work
JPhysA are now accepting submissions for a new special issue on mathematics for the fluid Earth. The Earth is a rich system in which to study fluid mechanics, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, nonlinearities and random processes, so we expect to get a very diverse spread of papers within the scope of the journal.
The desire to publish short, high quality papers continues to increase, and so we’ve revised our procedures for our Fast Track Communications. We know how important it is to get the right referees for your paper, and for review times to be as short and painless as possible.