Professor Gerardo Adesso is a theoretical physicist and Professor of Mathematical Physics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Nottingham. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. He works on… Read More ›
We look back at the articles which were most popular with our readers in the last 12 months.
This week’s Image of the Week comes from JPhysB‘s Special Issue on Addressing Quantum Many-body Problems with Cold Atoms and Molecules. In their contribution to the issue, Martin Kiffner et al perform calculations of autoionization rates for two rubidium Rydberg… Read More ›
Part 1: David Gómez-Ullate, Yves Grandati and Robert Milson ‘Rational extensions of the quantum harmonic oscillator and exceptional Hermite polynomials’
Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday
Insights from ‘Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday’.
In a recent review, a team from the Institute for Laser Physics, Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging (University of Hamburg) and the Wilczek Quantum Centre (Zheijang University of Technology) give an overview of experimental work on Bose-Einstein condensation in optical… Read More ›
We chat with Dr Jyrki Piilo about his work, his advice for a younger generation of scientists and reggae.
‘As with most people my path was determined by a series of choices involving random factors…’ An insight into Pavel Exner’s career; highlights, current work and advice for future researchers.
‘I have always been keen to understand how the world works at a fundamental level, and consequently have been banging my head for many years against the wall of quantum mechanics, trying to understand what it all means.’
JPhysA Letters are outstanding short papers reporting new and timely developments in mathematical and theoretical physics. They are concise, innovative and high quality. Here are some of our recent highlights.
It’s week 45 of 2015. Here’s a look back at some highlights from this time in 2014 including a timely fast-track communication from our board member Paul Fendley and a paper from Satya Majumdar, also on our editorial board written with our Editor-in-Chief, Martin Evans.
IOP Select: Articles chosen by the editors, for their novelty, significance and potential impact on future research. Free-to-view for 1 year.
In this week’s Image of the Week, Alice and Bob take part in a quantum duel.
We talk to Professor Lars Bojer Madsen about where attosecond physics might go in the future, who inspired him to become a scientist and why some of the hottest topics in AMO physics are actually the coldest.
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.
Attempting to understand the detailed structure of entanglement and potential insights it can offer in the context of holography