The JPhys series turned 50 this year, so we invited a selection of the best young researchers to contribute to our emerging leaders program. Read our interview with Ruggero Cortini here.
The norms in scientific publishing are evolving and publishers are taking note. IOP’s new journal embraces open access and objective peer review assessment to address the needs of today’s researchers.
We’re asking our referees about why they do it, and how they would improve peer review.
IOPP and the scientific publishing community in general rely hugely on the peer review community and peer review is critical to the scientific process. These are the people who ensure quality and academic integrity is maintained across our journal portfolio… Read More ›
Peer Review Week 2017 has the central theme of transparancy. Find out more about our appeals procedure here.
Is there really any difference between peer reviewing papers for a conference or for a journal? It depends on whom you are talking to. The Editors of a journal will tell you to put the utmost care and effort into… Read More ›
Take a look at our animated tour of the peer review process at IOP Publishing.
Here at IOP Publishing it’s been a busy year since the last Peer Review Week!
Could close proximity electrostatic effect in small clusters of emitters be used to design nanometric oscillators?
In today’s blog, we asked Professor Pavel Jelinek from Nanosurf Lab and Palacky University Olomouc to talk about the focus of his recent Topical Review published in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, which details the remarkable recent progress made in the… Read More ›
This week’s image comes from a recent paper by Rittweger et al., published in Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, in which they investigate the electronic transport properties of face-centred cubic (fcc) bulk Pb in the presence of electron-phonon interaction. Using ab initio methods, Rittweger et… Read More ›
Chalmers et al. explain why watching ink (or paint) dry turns out to be rather interesting.
How can we investigate the small structures inside our cells using super-resolution microscopy?
Can the adsorption of transition metals functionalize the novel 2D material borophene for nanoelectronic applications? In a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter paper, Alvarez-Quiceno et al. perform a systematic first-principles investigation aimed at answering this question. They discuss their findings… Read More ›
Tetragonally strained interstitial Fe-Co-B alloys: beyond large magnetocrystalline anisotropy
Effects of non-coplanar spin texture and spin scalar chirality
Image of the week: Profiles of the matter density and electron fraction inside a massive neutron star
Our Image of the Week is taken from the JPhysG article Neutrino pair annihilation above merger remnants: implications of a long-lived massive neutron star, which was published within our Emerging Leaders Special Issue. Specifically, this is a vertical slice (x… Read More ›