2D Materials™ (2DM) aims to curate the most significant and cutting-edge research being undertaken in the field of two-dimensional materials science and engineering. Serving an expanding multidisciplinary community of researchers and technologists, our goal is to develop a selective journal dedicated to bringing together the most important new results and perspectives from across the discipline. Submissions should be essential reading for a particular sub-field and should also be of multidisciplinary interest to the wider community, with the expectation that published work will have a significant impact.
Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ANSN) is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology, including the fundamental physics, optics, photonics, chemistry, biology and technology of nanometer-scale materials and devices, for applications in quantum computation, smart lighting, energy generation and storage, sensors, health-care, agricultural production, environmental protection.
Applied Physics Express (APEX) is a letter journal devoted solely to rapid dissemination of up-to-date and concise reports on new findings in applied physics. APEX is the successor to the Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP) letter section, JJAP Part 2, and not only has inherited the world-wide recognition of JJAP Part 2 (Letters and Express Letters), but also further promotes its strength in high scientific quality and prompt publication. In the journal policy, special emphasis is placed on high scientific and/or technological impact of its published papers.
The Astronomical Journal publishes original astronomical research, with an emphasis on significant scientific results derived from observations. Publications in AJ include descriptions of data capture, surveys, analysis techniques, astronomical interpretation, instrumentation, and software and computing.
The Astrophysical Journal is devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in astronomy and astrophysics. ApJ publications constitute significant new research that is directly relevant to astrophysical applications, whether based on observational results or on theoretical insights or modeling.
The Astrophysical Journal Letters is the premier journal for rapid publication of high-impact astronomical research. ApJL publishes brief reports on the most influential developments across astronomy and astrophysics. The journal specializes in articles that are timely, containing new discoveries and results that have a significant immediate impact on other researchers. Articles published in ApJL are self-contained, including context that is generally understandable by scientists who are not specialists in the particular fields.
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement specializes in extensive papers presenting significant new research in astronomy and astrophysics. ApJS publishes catalogs and large compilations of data that can be used as reference by the astronomical community. The journal also supports Special Issues, collections of thematically related papers published simultaneously in a single volume. ApJS contains many of the most frequently cited papers in the astronomy and astrophysics literature.
The scope of Biofabrication focuses on the state-of-the-art research and development of biomanufacturing processes, process science, modeling and design. That is, using cells, proteins and biomaterials as building blocks to manufacture biological systems and/or therapeutic products. It includes the following topics:
Bioinspiration and Biomimetics publishes research involving the study and distillation of principles and functions found in biological systems that have been developed through evolution, and application of this knowledge to produce novel and exciting basic technologies and new approaches to solving scientific problems. It provides a forum for interdisciplinary research which acts as a conduit to facilitate the two-way flow of ideas and understanding between the extensive bodies of knowledge of the different disciplines. It has two principal aims: to draw on biology to enrich engineering and to draw from engineering to enrich biology.The journal aims to include input from across all intersecting areas of both fields. In biology, this would include work in all fields from physiology to ecology, with either zoological or botanical focus. In engineering, this would include both design and practical application of biomimetic or bioinspired devices and systems. Typical areas of interest include: systems, designs and structure communication and navigation cooperative behaviour self-organizing biological systems self-healing and self-assembly aerial locomotion and aerospace applications of biomimetics biomorphic surface and subsurface systems marine dynamics: swimming and underwater dynamics applications of novel materials biomechanics; including movement, locomotion, fluidics cellular behaviour sensors and senses biomimetic or bioinformed approaches to geological exploration.
Biomedical Materials publishes original research findings and critical reviews that contribute to our knowledge about the composition, properties, and performance of materials for all applications relevant to human healthcare.
Chinese Physics B covers the latest developments and achievements in all branches of physics. Articles, including papers and rapid communications, are those approved as creative contributions to the whole discipline of physics and of significance to their own fields. Subject coverage includes: Surface physics, such as the atomic structures of surfaces, theory of electron states and photoemission studies of surfaces. Spectroscopic studies, such as Raman scattering, laser spectroscopy, phonon transitions and interaction between condensed matter and radiation. Structure and phase transitions, such as the structure and properties of crystals and nanocrystalline materials. Superconductivity, such as the synthesis, structure and electronic states of high-Tc oxides. Atomic and molecular physics. Magnetism, such as colossal magnetoresistance in perovskite manganites and great magnetic entropy in rare-earth compounds. Optical physics and applications, such as laser molecular beam epitaxy of oxide films. Confinement and heating in fusion plasma. Material processing and film preparation based on plasma physics.
Chinese Physics C covers research into the theory and experiment of particle physics, nuclear physics, particle and nuclear astrophysics, and cosmology.
Chinese Physics Letters provides rapid publication of short reports and important research in all fields of physics and is published by the Chinese Physical Society and hosted online by IOP Publishing.
Classical and Quantum Gravity welcomes original research articles on all branches of gravitational physics and the theory of spacetime. The readership of the journal is broad, comprising gravitational theorists and experimentalists in physics, mathematics and cosmology. All articles should be of interest to this broad readership and should contain a summary that places the findings in the wider context of gravitational physics.
Communications in Theoretical Physics covers the latest developments and important achievements in all branches of theoretical physics. Articles, including papers, research notes, letters, and rapid communications must make significant, original and correct contributions to their own fields. The subject coverage includes: A tomic and molecular physics, Condensed matter and theory of statistical physics, Nuclear theory, Fluid theory and plasmas, Elementary particle physics and quantum field theory, Quantum mechanics and quantum optics, Quantum information and computation, Theoretical astrophysics, cosmology and relativity, Theoretical biophysics, Mathematical physics and computational physics (Mathematical papers should be clearly motivated by actual or potential application to physical phenomena). .
ECS Advances carries the broadest dissemination of electrochemical and solid-state science & technology content among all journals in the field, coupled with a rigorous peer review.
Open access: Enabling open access to scientific research is imperative to ECS in our mission to disseminate the best research in our technical fields as widely as possible.
In the spirit of maintaining the ECS standard of excellence and quality scholarly publications, all papers submitted to ECS Advances will be rigorously peer-reviewed before acceptance.
The editorial board of ECS Advances is a combination of the cumulative editorial teams of The Journal of the Electrochemical Society (JES) and the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS), charged with continuing the standard of excellence for ECS publications. Editorial board members are leaders in the field, vetted by the Editors-in-Chief, and leading committees of the ECS, an organization with a 120+ year legacy of excellence.
JSS is a peer-reviewed journal covering fundamental and applied areas of solid-state science and technology, including experimental and theoretical aspects of the chemistry, and physics of materials and devices.
ECS Sensors Plus is the home for all content related to sensors technology. Leading and promoting scholarly communication and interactions among scientists, engineers, and technologists whose primary interests are focused on materials, structures, properties, performance, and characterization of sensing and detection devices, methods, and systems, including sensor arrays and networks.
Open access: Enabling open access to scientific research is imperative to ECS in our mission to disseminate the best research in our technical fields as widely as possible.
In the spirit of maintaining the ECS standard of excellence and quality scholarly publications, all papers submitted to ECS Sensors Plus will be rigorously peer-reviewed before acceptance.
Members of the ECS Sensors Plus Editorial board members are leaders in the field, vetted by the Editor-in-Chief, and leading committees of the ECS, an organization with a 120+ year legacy of excellence.
EPL publishes original, high-quality Letters in all areas of physics, ranging from condensed matter topics and interdisciplinary research to astrophysics, geophysics, plasma and fusion sciences, including those with application potential.
Electronic Structure is a new multidisciplinary journal covering all theoretical and experimental aspects of electronic structure research, including the development of new methods. It is dedicated to the entirety of electronic structure research and its community, spanning materials science, physics, chemistry and biology.
Engineering Research Express (ERX) is a broad, multidisciplinary journal devoted to publishing new experimental and theoretical research covering topics extending across all areas of engineering science including interdisciplinary fields. The journal is committed to fast review and operates a transparent editorial selection and feedback process focused on the scientific rigour of the work, rather than its perceived impact or novelty. The journal is characterized by article length flexibility and a fast-track peer-review process.
Environmental Research Communications is an open access journal for the rapid publication of high-quality research in all areas of environmental science. All submissions are expected to meet a high standard of scientific rigour, and contribute to advancing knowledge in the field.
Environmental Research Letters (ERL) is a high-impact, open-access journal intended to be the meeting place of the research and policy communities concerned with environmental change and management. ERL is dedicated to bringing together intellectual and professional scientists, economists, engineers, and social scientists, as well as the public sector, industry, and civil society, all of whom are engaged in efforts to understand the state of natural systems and, increasingly, the human footprint on the biosphere. The style and impact of an ERL article should be such that it will appeal to the journal’s broad and multi-disciplinary readership, with results or findings of interest and accessible to researchers working in other fields. This gives authors the opportunity to convey the importance of their work to a wider community (including policymakers and the public) in addition to specialists in their field.
Environmental Research: Climate is a multidisciplinary, open access journal devoted to addressing important challenges concerning the physical science and assessment of climate systems and global change in a way that bridges efforts relating to impact/future risks, resilience, mitigation, adaptation, security and solutions in the broadest sense.
Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability is a multidisciplinary, open access journal that addresses important challenges relevant to infrastructure, sustainability and resilience in their broadest sense. Encompassing environmental, economic and social factors, all research methodologies are encouraged covering qualitative, quantitative, experimental, theoretical and applied approaches to the field.
With a world-wide readership and authors from every continent, European Journal of Physics is a truly international journal dedicated to maintaining and improving the standard of taught physics in universities and other higher education institutes.
Flexible and Printed Electronics is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to publishing cutting edge research articles on electronics that can be either flexible, plastic, stretchable, conformable or printed.
Research related to electronic materials, manufacturing techniques, components or systems which meets any one (or more) of the above criteria is suitable for publication in the journal.
Fluid Dynamics Research publishes original and creative works in all fields of fluid dynamics. The scope includes theoretical, numerical and experimental studies as well as data-driven approaches that contribute to the fundamental understanding and/or application of fluid flow phenomena.
Fluid Dynamics Research covers a broad range of fundamental topics in science and engineering in fields and welcomes contributions that pioneer novel ideas and approaches to advance the understanding of fluid flow phenomena and/or develop new applications of fluid mechanics.
Functional composites and structures are essential to the creation of next-generation technologies and cultures in the fourth industrial revolution. Advances in this area will promote human welfare by overcoming global energy and environmental crises and climate change. In addition, new knowledge in this field will facilitate innovative advancements in living necessities, mobile devices, sporting goods, transportation (land, marine, and aerospace), energy and environmental applications, and will aid in the creation of a variety of new competitive industries.
IOP SciNotes is a multidisciplinary, open access journal that provides a peer-reviewed forum for researchers to publish individual units of scientific material collected during the research process.
The International Journal of Extreme Manufacturing is a multidisciplinary journal uniquely covering the areas related to extreme manufacturing. The journal is devoted to publishing original articles and reviews of the highest quality and impact in the areas related to extreme manufacturing, ranging from fundamentals to process, measurement, and systems, as well as materials, structures, and devices with extreme functionalities.
An interdisciplinary journal combining mathematical and experimental papers on inverse problems with numerical and practical approaches to their solution.
The Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP) is an international journal for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in all fields of applied physics. The journal publishes articles dealing with the applications of physical principles as well as articles concerning the understanding of physics that have particular applications in mind. The journal not only covers all aspects of modern technology such as semiconductor devices including VLSI technology, photonic devices, superconductors, and magnetic recording but also covers other diverse areas such as plasma physics, particle accelerators, nanoscience and technology, and applied bioscience. Articles in interdisciplinary areas with potential technological implications are strongly encouraged.JJAP is published monthly and is for Regular Papers, Rapid Communications, Brief Notes, and Review Papers. Rapid Communications are published bimonthly online. In addition, several Special Issues are published each year. These contain monographs from international conferences and up-to-date findings of research groups.Comments and replies are also published. This section includes the comments on papers previously published in JJAP, and a replies to those.There is also a special section, “Selected Topics in Applied Physics” that highlights specific topics in applied physics. This section features rapidly developing current trends in the selected research area. .
Journal of Breath Research is dedicated to all aspects of scientific breath research. The traditional focus is on analysis of volatile compounds and aerosols in exhaled breath for the investigation of exogenous exposures, metabolism, toxicology, health status and the diagnosis of disease and breath odours. Journal of Breath Research provides a forum for the presentation and critical evaluation of the different analytical techniques used for analysis of breath samples for medical diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring. These include gas-chromatography with mass-spectrometric detection (GCMS), selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS), proton-transfer reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS), ion mobility spectroscopy (IMS), laser spectrometry and sensor technology. Appropriate sampling procedures for breath and the interpretation of results from the clinical and physiological viewpoints will be a particular focus.
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP) covers all aspects of cosmology and particle astrophysics and encompasses theoretical, observational and experimental areas as well as computation and simulation.
JINST covers major areas related to concepts and instrumentation in detector physics, accelerator science and associated experimental methods and techniques, theory, modelling and simulations. The main subject areas include: Accelerators: concepts, modelling, simulations and sources Instrumentation and hardware for accelerators: particles, synchrotron radiation, neutrons Detector physics: concepts, processes, methods, modelling and simulations Detectors, apparatus and methods for particle, astroparticle, nuclear, atomic, and molecular physics Instrumentation and methods for plasma research Methods and apparatus for astronomy and astrophysics Detectors, methods and apparatus for biomedical applications, life sciences and material research Instrumentation and techniques for medical imaging, diagnostics and therapy Instrumentation and techniques for dosimetry, monitoring and radiation damage Detectors, instrumentation and methods for non-destructive tests (NDT) Detector readout concepts, electronics and data acquisition methods Algorithms, software and data reduction methods Materials and associated technologies, etc. Engineering and technical issues.
Frequency: 12 issues per year.Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering covers all aspects of microelectromechanical structures, devices, and systems, as well as micromechanics and micromechatronics. The journal focuses on original work in fabrication and integration technologies, on the micro- and nano-scale. The journal aims to highlight the link between new fabrication technologies and their capacity to create novel devices. Original work in microengineering and nanoengineering is also reported. Such work is defined as applications of these fabrication and integration technologies to structures in which key attributes of the devices or systems depend on specific micro- or nano-scale features. Such applications span the physical, chemical, electrical and biological realms. New fabrication and integration techniques for both silicon and non-silicon materials are reported. Relevant modelling papers in micro- and nanoengineering are reported where supported by experimental data. The journal also covers integration of interface electronics with micro- and nanoengineered systems, as well as vacuum microelectronics, microfabricated electrically passive elements, and other micro- or nanoengineering-enabled electrical devices.A submission to Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering must be the original work of the author(s) and must not be published elsewhere or be under consideration for another publication in its submitted or a substantially similar form in any language. Contributions in the following categories may be submitted.
The goal of the Journal is as a forum for the interdisciplinary field of neural engineering where neuroscientists, neurobiologists and engineers can publish their work in one periodical that bridges the gap between neuroscience and engineering. The Journal publishes articles in the field of neural engineering at the molecular, cellular and systems levels.The scope of the Journal encompasses experimental, computational, theoretical, clinical and applied aspects of brain-machine (computer) interface neural interfacing neurotechnology neuroelectronics neuromodulation neural prostheses neural control neuro-rehabilitation neurorobotics optical neural engineering neural circuits: artificial & biological neuromorphic engineering neural tissue regeneration neural signal processing theoretical and computational neuroscience systems neuroscience translational neuroscience.
Serving the whole of the optics community, Journal of Optics covers all aspects of research within modern and classical optics.
Subject Coverage Publishing 50 issues a year, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical is a major journal of theoretical physics reporting research on the mathematical structures that describe fundamental processes of the physical world and on the analytical, computational and numerical methods for exploring these structures. Mathematical papers should be clearly motivated by actual or potential application to physical phenomena.
Research papers in the journal are published in one of the following six sections: Statistical physics: nonequilibrium systems, computational methods and modern equilibrium theory; Biological modelling; Nonlinear physics and waves; Mathematical physics; Quantum mechanics and quantum information theory and Field theory and string theory
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics covers the study of atoms, ions, molecules and clusters, and their structure and interactions with particles, photons or fields. The journal also publishes articles dealing with those aspects of spectroscopy, quantum optics and non-linear optics, laser physics, astrophysics, plasma physics, chemical physics, optical cooling and trapping and other investigations where the objects of study are the elementary atomic, ionic or molecular properties of processes.Papers are published under the following subject sections: Atomic physics Molecular and cluster structure, properties and dynamics Atomic and molecular collisions Cold matter Optical and laser physics Quantum optics, information and control Ultrafast, high-field, and x-ray physics Astrophysics and plasma physics.
Journal of Physics Communications is a fully open access journal dedicated to the rapid publication of high-quality research in all areas of physics.
An international journal publishing high quality work concerned with all aspects of applied physics research, from biophysics, magnetism, plasmas, semiconductors, energy materials and devices to the structure and properties of matter.
FrequencyPublished monthly: 12 issues per yearSubject coverageJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics publishes articles on theoretical and experimental topics in the physics of elementary particles and fields, intermediate-energy physics and nuclear physics. The nuclear and particle astrophysics section includes experimental and theoretical research in particle astrophysics, neutrino astrophysics and nuclear astrophysics. The journal also welcomes articles from all interface areas between these fields.Article types Research Papers: Reports of original and high-quality research work. Research Notes: High-quality contributions from individuals (or small groups) within large collaborations, containing early results of analyses, detector development, simulations, etc. which might not otherwise be published in the wider literature. Topical Reviews; Review articles on areas of current interest, as commissioned by the Editorial Board.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter covers advances in the whole of condensed matter physics including soft matter, physics of chemical processes, and method development. Papers may report experimental, theoretical or computational studies, and all published papers must contain fundamental condensed matter physics.
An interdisciplinary and fully open access journal that aims to set the agenda in identifying and publishing the most exciting and significant developments across all areas of energy-related research. JPhys Energy adopts open science principles to maximise the exchange of knowledge between existing and emerging communities.
JPhys Materials™ is an innovative new open access journal for high quality research in materials science, focusing in particular on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches. It builds on the strength and prestige of the Journal of Physics series, which celebrated 50 years of publishing in 2017. The journal will showcase the most significant and exciting developments in materials science research and apply open science principles to encourage maximum collaboration, reproducibility and dissemination of research. It is firmly focused on a community-oriented approach to communicating science and is not driven by funders, institutions or for-profit corporations.
JPhys Photonics is a new open access journal that will highlight the most significant and exciting advances in research into the properties and applications of light. It aims to bring together scientists from a range of disciplines, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research.
JPhys Photonics is now indexed in the Web of Science 'Emerging Sources Citation Index'
Journal of Radiological Protection publishes articles (in English) on all aspects of radiological protection, including non-ionising as well as ionising radiations. Fields of interest range from research, development and theory to operational matters, education and training. The very wide spectrum of its topics includes: dosimetry, instrument development, specialized measuring techniques, epidemiology, biological effects (in vivo and in vitro) and risk and environmental impact assessments.
Journal of Semiconductors publishes articles that emphasize semiconductor physics, materials, devices, circuits, and related technology.
Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment (JSTAT) covers all aspects of statistical physics, including experimental work that impacts on the subject.
The Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) was launched in 1902 as the society's flagship journal, and publishes outstanding research covering fundamental and applied areas of electrochemistry, including experimental and theoretical aspects of electrodes, interfaces, and devices.
Laser Physics offers a comprehensive view of theoretical and experimental laser research and applications. Articles cover every aspect of modern laser physics and quantum electronics, emphasizing physical effects in various media (solid, gaseous, liquid) leading to the generation of laser radiation; peculiarities of propagation of laser radiation; problems involving impact of laser radiation on various substances and the emerging physical effects, including coherent ones; the applied use of lasers and laser spectroscopy; the processing and storage of information; and more.
Laser Physics Letters encompasses all aspects of laser physics sciences including, inter alia, spectroscopy, quantum electronics, quantum optics, quantum electrodynamics, nonlinear optics, atom optics, quantum computation, quantum information processing and storage, fiber optics and their applications in chemistry, biology, engineering and medicine.
Materials Futures is an international peer-reviewed gold open access journal focused on publishing original works, perspectives and reviews articles in all areas of basic and applied materials science and technology. It is an affiliated journal of Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory and Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. It has established cooperation with International Union of Materials Research Societies (IUMRS) Since December 2021
Materials Research Express™ (MRX) is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to publishing new experimental and theoretical research on the properties, characterization, design and fabrication of all classes of materials, and on their technological applications.
Materials for Quantum Technology is a multidisciplinary, open access journal devoted to publishing cutting-edge research on the development and application of materials for all quantum-enabled technologies and devices.
Subject coverageWith 12 issues per year, Measurement Science and Technology publishes articles on new measurement techniques and associated instrumentation. Papers submitted to MST that describe experiments must represent an advance in measurement science or measurement technique rather than the application of established experimental technique. Authors must make this novel aspect clear, bearing in mind the multidisciplinary readership of the journal. Subject coverage includes the theory, practice and application of measurement in physics, chemistry, engineering and the environmental and life sciences from inception to commercial exploitation.Publications in the journal should emphasise the novelty of reported methods and give possible applications.
Published 6 times per year, Metrologia covers the fundamentals of measurements, particularly those dealing with the seven base units of the International System of Units (metre, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, candela, mole) or proposals to replace them.The journal also publishes papers that contribute to the solution of difficult measurement problems and improve the accuracy of derived units and constants that are of fundamental importance to physics.In addition to regular papers, the journal publishes review articles, issues devoted to single topics of timely interest and occasional conference proceedings. Letters to the Editor and Short Communications (generally three pages or less) are also considered.In support of the Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA), the web-based Technical Supplement to Metrologia publishes final reports of key and supplementary comparisons.Launched in 1965 and published by IOP Publishing on behalf of the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) since 2003, Metrologia is an international journal dealing with pure and applied metrology.
Serving the multidisciplinary materials community, the journal aims to publish new research work that advances the understanding and prediction of material behaviour at scales from atomistic to macroscopic through modelling and simulation.Subject coverageModelling and/or simulation across materials science that emphasizes fundamental materials issues advancing the understanding and prediction of material behaviour. Interdisciplinary research that tackles challenging and complex materials problems where the governing phenomena may span different scales of materials behaviour, with an emphasis on the development of quantitative approaches to explain and predict experimental observations. Material processing that advances the fundamental materials science and engineering underpinning the connection between processing and properties. Covering all classes of materials, and mechanical, microstructural, electronic, chemical, biological, and optical properties.
Multifunctional Materials is a new multidisciplinary journal devoted to publishing original research of the highest quality and impact covering all aspects of multifunctional materials, including fundamental concepts to integrate multiple functions, characterisation of functions, novel applications and manufacturing techniques.
Nano Express™ is a multidisciplinary, open access journal devoted to the rapid publication of new experimental, theoretical and applied research extending across all areas of nanoscale science and technology, including interdisciplinary topics. Characterised by article length flexibility and a fast-track peer review process, areas of particular interest include (but are not limited to):
• Synthesis and functionalization of nanostructured materials
• Study of the self- and directed-assembly of chemical species into nanoscale objects
• Characterization of the physical and chemical properties of nanoscale systems, thin films and 2D materials
• Theoretical and computational nanoscience
• Nanomedicine, biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications
• Energy at the nanoscale and the use of nanostructures to develop alternative energy solutions
• Quantum phenomena and technology
• Nanofabrication and patterning of materials
• Sensing and detectors
Nano Futures™ is a multidisciplinary, high-impact journal publishing fundamental and applied research at the forefront of nanoscience and technological innovation. Nano Futures’ mission is to reflect the diverse and multidisciplinary field of nanoscience and nanotechnology that now brings together researchers from across physics, chemistry, biomedicine, materials science, engineering, and industry.
Built upon IOP Publishing’s longstanding reputation in serving nanoscience, but with a forward-looking approach, Nano Futures aims to publish urgent work that truly sets the direction of new and emerging fields. Areas of particular interest to the nanoscience community include (but are not limited to):
• Nanotechnology for monitoring, preventing, and therapies of emergent diseases
• Nanomaterials and devices for emergent energy conversion, harvesting, efficiency, and storage
• Scalable atomically precise manufacturing
• Self-assembled (opto)electronics based on engineered molecular systems
• Nanotechnology in quantum computing
• Nano informatics and autonomous design
• Nano optics and nano photonics
Nanotechnology aims to publish original research at the forefront of nanoscale science and technology across all disciplines. The journal’s scope encompasses the study of both fundamental phenomena at the nanoscale and applications of these phenomena. ‘Nanotechnology’ is taken to include the ability to individually address, control, and modify structures, materials and devices with nanometre precision, and the synthesis of such structures into systems of micro- and macroscopic dimensions such as MEMS based devices.
To be publishable in the journal, articles must meet the highest scientific quality standards, contain significant and original new science, and make substantial advances in nanoscale science and technology. Research on the synthesis of materials should contain a significant innovation either in methodology, materials or demonstrated application. To ensure high editorial standards, every submitted article is initially assessed by the editors of the journal before being sent to independent referees. Articles can be rejected without refereeing after this initial assessment by the editors. Due to the high volume of papers that we receive, we regret that we are unable to provide feedback on individual articles. Authors appealing against the decision will have to demonstrate to the Editorial Board of the journal at firstname.lastname@example.org that their paper contains significant new science of high quality and interest.
Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering is a multidisciplinary, open access journal publishing cutting edge research on the design, development and application of artificial neural networks and systems from both a hardware and computational perspective.
Co-owned by the Institute of Physics and Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, New Journal of Physics (NJP) is an open-access, electronic-only journal publishing original research across the whole of physics. The journal''s Editorial Board and staff are committed to building NJP into the leading scientific journal in its field by publishing articles of outstanding scientific quality that merit the attention and interest of the whole physics community. NJP is available free to readers around the world and is funded by article publication charges.
Aimed primarily at mathematicians and physicists interested in research on nonlinear phenomena, the journal’s coverage ranges from proofs of important theorems to papers presenting ideas, conjectures and numerical or physical experiments of significant physical and mathematical interest.
Nuclear Fusion publishes articles making significant advances to the field of controlled thermonuclear fusion. The journal scope includes: * the production, heating and confinement of high temperature plasmas; * the physical properties of such plasmas; * the experimental or theoretical methods of exploring or explaining them; * fusion reactor physics; * reactor concepts; * fusion technologies.
Physica Scripta™ is an international journal for original research in any branch of experimental and theoretical physics. Articles will be considered in any of the following topics, and interdisciplinary topics involving physics are also welcomed:
Atomic, molecular and optical physics
Condensed matter physics
High energy physics
The journal aims to increase the visibility and accessibility of research to the wider physical sciences community. Articles on topics of broad interest are encouraged and submissions in more specialist fields should endeavour to include reference to the wider context of their research in the introduction.
Physical Biology publishes articles in the interdisciplinary field bridging biology and the physical sciences. This journal focuses on research in which physics-based approaches lead to new insights into biological systems at all scales of space and time, and all levels of complexity. Articles describing the generation or explanation of experimental data are strongly encouraged. Physical Biology accepts contributions from a wide range of biological sub-fields and covers topics such as: intracellular processes, e.g. cytoskeleton dynamics, cellular transport, cell division signalling, gene regulation and metabolic networks developmental processes physical aspects of disease, e.g. cancer progression, viruses, amyloid formation neuronal dynamics population dynamics, ecology, and evolution biomolecular structure and interactions, e.g. protein folding, DNA packaging cells and their microenvironment, e.g. cell mechanics, chemotaxis, extracellular matrix, biofilms novel physical techniques to probe biological systems systems and synthetic biology
Physics Education seeks to serve the physics teaching community and we welcome contributions from teachers. We seek to support the teaching of physics to students aged 11 up to introductory undergraduate level. We aim to provide professional development and support for teachers of physics around the world by providing:
The application of theoretical and practical physics to medicine, physiology and biology. Topics covered are:
Papers on physics with no obvious medical or biological applications, or papers which are almost entirely clinical or biological in their approach are not acceptable.
Physiological Measurement publishes papers about the quantitative assessment and visualization of physiological function in clinical research and practice, with an emphasis on the development of new methods of measurement and their validation.
Papers are published on topics including:
The journal encourages publication of data and code as well as results.
Physiological Measurement is an interdisciplinary journal. Authors of each article are therefore asked to ensure that at least the title and abstract of their article are understandable to researchers in other disciplines and to supply suitable keywords as a concise method of describing its general research topic in both clinical and scientific terms.
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion covers all aspects of the physics of hot, highly ionised plasmas. This includes results of current experimental and theoretical research on all aspects of the physics of high-temperature plasmas and of controlled nuclear fusion, including the basic phenomena in highly-ionised gases in the laboratory, in the ionosphere and in space, in magnetic-confinement and inertial-confinement fusion as well as related diagnostic methods.Papers with a technological emphasis, for example in such topics as plasma control, fusion technology and diagnostics, are welcomed when the plasma physics is an integral part of the paper or when the technology is unique to plasma applications or new to the field of plasma physics.The editorial policy is to maintain the quality of published papers at the highest level by strict peer review. Prompt publication of authors'' papers is also of prime concern and the journal is accessible in electronic form.
Plasma Science and Technology assists in advancing plasma science and technology by reporting important, novel, helpful and thought-provoking progress in this strongly multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary field, in a timely manner.
Plasma Sources Science and Technology (PSST) reports on low-temperature plasmas and ionized gases operating over all ranges of gas pressure and plasma density, with varying degrees of ionization. The emphasis of PSST is on the fundamental science of these plasmas, their sources and the processes initiated or sustained by them, as elucidated through theoretical, computational or experimental techniques. Reports that relate to the technology and applications of these plasmas should be closely linked to the science and fundamental processes occurring in the plasma state.
Progress in Biomedical Engineering is a new interdisciplinary journal publishing high quality authoritative reviews and opinion pieces in the most significant and exciting areas of biomedical engineering research.
Published content by leading experts on the current state of the science and emerging trends aims to fuel discussion on the future direction of research.
Progress in Energy is a high impact and multidisciplinary journal dedicated to addressing the wide ranging and important issues around the global energy transition.
Invited reviews and opinion pieces by leading experts cover current research and emerging trends from a scientific, technological, economic, social, and policy perspective, with the aim of fuelling discussion on the future of energy research.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, the technical journal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP), has been published regularly since 1889, as part of the ASP’s mission to advance the science of astronomy and disseminate astronomical information. The journal provides an outlet for astronomical results of a scientific nature and serves to keep readers in touch with current astronomical research. It contains refereed research andinstrumentation papers, invited reviews, and dissertation summaries. .
A multidisciplinary, high impact journal devoted to publishing research of the highest quality and significance covering the science and application of all quantum-enabled technologies.
Published monthly (12 issues per year) and covering all branches of physics, Reports on Progress in Physics is a prestigious journal for the publication of reviews surveying the development of selected topics, typically over the previous decade, within a wider context. Articles combine a critical evaluation of the field for established workers with a reliable and accessible introduction for newcomers and specialists in other fields.The journal has traditionally published Review Articles. Recently two other article types have been introduced to deal with subjects that have not reached a level of maturity necessary for a full review: Reports on Progress and Key Issues Reviews.
Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics is an international journal publishing original research papers and reviews across all branches of astronomy and astrophysics.
Semiconductor Science and Technology is IOP's journal dedicated to semiconductor research. The journal publishes cutting-edge research on the physical properties of semiconductors and their applications.
Technical areas concerned with smart materials and structures: Materials science: composites, ceramics, processing science, interface science, sensor/actuator materials, chiral materials, conducting and chiral polymers, electrochromic materials, liquid crystals, molecular-level smart materials, biomaterials. Sensing and actuation: electromagnetic, acoustic, chemical and mechanical sensing and actuation, single-measurand sensors, multiplexed multimeasurand distributed sensors and actuators, sensor/actuator signal processing, compatibility of sensors and actuators with conventional and advanced materials, smart sensors for materials and composites processing. Optics and electromagnetics: optical fibre technology, active and adaptive optical systems and components, tunable high-dielectric phase shifters, tunable surface control. Structures: smart skins for drag and turbulence control, other applications in aerospace/hydrospace structures, civil infrastructures, transportation vehicles, manufacturing equipment, repairability and maintainability. Control: structural acoustic control, distributed control, analogue and digital feedback control, real-time implementation, adaptive structure stability, damage implications for structural control. Information processing: neural networks, data processing, data visualization and reliability.
Superconductor Science and Technology™ is an international multidisciplinary journal for papers on all aspects of applied superconductivity. The coverage includes theories of superconductivity, the basic physics of superconductors, the relation of microstructure and growth to superconducting properties, the theory of novel devices, and the fabrication, properties and applications of thin films and devices. It also encompasses the manufacture and properties of conductors, and their application in the construction of magnets and heavy current machines, together with enabling technology. Please note Superconductor Science and Technology does not consider purely theoretical papers; theoretical papers must be clearly linked to experiments reported either in the paper itself or in the current literature.
An international forum for academics, industrialists and engineers to publish the latest research in surface topography measurement and characterisation, instrumentation development and the properties of surfaces.
The Planetary Science Journal (PSJ) is a fully Gold Open Access Journal devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in planetary science. We welcome all aspects of investigation of the solar system and other planetary systems. The Planetary Science Journal publishes manuscripts that constitute significant new research that is directly relevant to planetary science, including observational results, theoretical insights, modeling, laboratory studies, instrumentation, or field studies.