A short summary of what happened at EGAS47 in Riga this July
JPhysB at EGAS47
As a newer member of JPhysD’s editorial team I am excited to say that I, along with JPhysD’s publisher Tom Miller, will soon be headed to the sunny shores of California for Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW) 2015 in Santa Barbara.
An exciting community of researchers are moving from the fundamentals to practical real-world applications. Read this post to find out about my week at Phononics 2015.
Silver and gold are the materials of choice for most plasmonic research but if the other materials look like gold then quite likely they have plasmonics properties like gold. Using this rule, other materials are now being explored. Materials discussed… Read More ›
Meet an Editor at Surface Plasmon Polaritons in Jerusalem next week.
Next week Phononics 2015 kicks off its third conference. Find out who’s on the programme here.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter invites readers to explore the recent research developments published in the 9th Liquid Matter Conference special issue.
At the point where different fields interact we often see the most ingenious of ideas, and the most incredible breakthroughs. The CIPANP conference and JPhysG both aim to support researchers working at these intersections.
Come and visit the IOP Publishing booth at the E-MRS Spring 2015 meeting in Lille, from 12-14 May.
Our new sister journal complements the Journal of Physics‘ bio- sections to provide the first interdisciplinary journal for physical oncologists.
March saw the two-day conference Magnetism 2015, organised by the Institute of Physics (IOP) and held at The University of Leeds, attended by almost 250 members of the magnetism community. JPhysD‘s Jennifer recaps some of the research presented.
The joint group meeting of the IOP’s particle, nuclear and astrophysics sections took place this week at the University of Manchester, UK. I was lucky enough to be in the crux of things as the conference developed.