A new technique to describe the dynamics of heavy ion collisions to study strongly interacting matter under extreme conditions
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the prestigious JPhys series. Find out more about how we are marking the occasion…
Crystalline thin films may be grown on crystalline surfaces, but not necessarily matching atom-by-atom. Can hexagonal ferrites, a new family of multiferroic materials for energy-efficient applications, have a matching substrate?
Aurelien Manchon talks about his recent work in the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Emerging Leaders special issue
As part of International Women’s Day 2017, we are delighted to present a selection of papers written by female rising stars in physics today: Lara Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Physics and Affiliate Professor of Mathematics at Virginia Tech…. Read More ›
Protocol for rotation sensing with trapped ions provides blueprint for big sensitivity boost in a small package.
Sample-height deeply affects the sedimentation-diffusion-equilibrium of colloidal mixtures.
Our Image of the Week for 23/01/2017, Born in weak fields: below-threshold photoelectron dynamics, from JPhysB
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (JPCM) has invited some of the best early-career researchers in condensed matter physics to contribute to a special issue. Called ‘Emerging Leaders’, this special issue will be part of the Journal of Physics (JPhys) series’… Read More ›
Why do apparently simple nanomagnets exhibit such complicated behaviours?
We talk with Dr Ion Errea of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) about is work, motivation, and advice for young researchers.
Treatability of different chemical contaminants can be estimated simply by evaluating the extent to which they resemble a surfactant.