Find out what our journals will be up to in 2017.
We look back at the articles which were most popular with our readers in the last 12 months.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Juan Morante, Institut de Recerca en Energie de Catalunya, as Editor-in-Chief for JPhysD from 1 January 2017. He is currently Head of Advanced Materials for Energy at Catalonia Institute of Research… Read More ›
Our work finds surprising connections between certain mysterious four-dimensional QFTs and a better-understood set of three-dimensional QFTs.
Forget shopping this black Friday, its all about astronomy, cloaking and black holes.
Photoionization of many-electron atoms is of prime importance in controlled nuclear fusion.
As the field of nanomedicine grows, knowledge of the interactions between magnetic fields and living cells is of increasing importance. In a recent Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics article Vitalii Zablotskii et al. reviewed current research into the impact of high-gradient magnetic… Read More ›
Oxide materials are of ever growing importance for a wide range of applications. We take a look at the Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 2016 oxide electronics roadmap with Michael Lorenz and MSR Ramachandra Rao.
For this frightful Halloween, JPhys+ is focussing on Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance,” non-locality and in particular Bell’s Theorem by highlighting a Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical Special Issue on 50 Years of Bell’s Theorem. As highlighted… Read More ›
Professor Robert Ziff is a theoretical physicist and Professor of Chemical Engineering at The University of Michigan. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. He works on a number of… Read More ›
Professor Igor Bray is the head of Physics, Astronomy and Medical Radiation Science at Curtin University. His research focuses on atomic collision theory, and he codeveloped the Convergent Close-Coupling Theory, which is important for unifying the theoretical treatment of electron-atom… Read More ›
Emeritus Professor Risto Niemen of Aalto University, a computational and theoretical condensed-matter physicist, talks about his work, the great outdoors and how computational models are driving materials discovery.
To celebrate the release of ‘Butterfly in the Quantum World’ we spoke to Indu Satija on why the Hofstadter butterfly is so important and her experiences of writing the book.
Integral to any of the form of peer review is the reviewers themselves. As part of Peer Review Week, John Inglesfield, a JPCM Board Member and experienced reviewer answered our questions about peer review from a referee’s point of view.
As part of Peer Review Week find out from our Editors what really happens between submission and publication of a paper.
As part of Peer Review Week 2016, the JPhys team and IOP Publishing are exploring how peer review works and looking at what we do to #RecognizeReview