In 2017, we are proud to be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the prestigious Journal of Physics (JPhys) series, which cover the five core physics journals plus the open access conference-proceedings service.
Latest news from the JPhys series
JPhysG receives an Impact Factor of 2.899
JPhysG is celebrating an increase in Impact Factor to 2.899, and is now ranked 2nd in both the 'Physics, Nuclear - SCIE' and 'Physics, Particles & Fields - SCIE' categories. Choose JPhysG for your next paper.
JPhysD 2017 Magnetism Roadmap is now published
The 2017 Magnetism Roadmap builds upon the success of the 2014 edition. The focus has naturally shifted, and presents viewpoints from a different group of experts who discuss how key developments have changed the research landscape.
ORCID scheme introduced across all JPhys journals
Calling all submitting authors: we are now requiring ORCID identifiers for all authors submitting their work to IOP Publishing-owned journals, this includes the JPhys series. Find out more.
Meet the Reviewers of the Year 2016
The JPhys series is proud to recognise excellence in reviewing, and the reviewers selected for the Reviewer Awards 2016 have been chosen for the quality, timeliness and quality of their reviews which have contributed to maintaining the high standards of the journals.
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical Dr Jukka Kiukas, Aberystwyth University, UK
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Professor Aurelien Dantan, Aarhus University, Denmark
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Dr Daniel Errandonea, Universidad de Valencia, Spain
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics Outstanding Reviewers of 2016
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics Dr Christian Beck, Universite de Strasbourg, France
Take a look at the latest content published in the series:
- Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical
- Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
- Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
- Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
- Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
- Journal of Physics: Conference Series
This collection of viewpoints looks back over the past 50 years of the JPhys series and highlights a selection of important papers published from across the journals.
We commissioned these commentaries from respected researchers and asked them to explain why the papers are significant and discuss the impact they have had, and continue to have, on their field.
We created this collection of special issues to recognise the talents of exceptional, upcoming researchers working in the fields covered by the journals in the series.
The special issues will provide a collection that presents key new work in some of the most exciting fields across the whole of physics.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Journal of Physics Communications™, a new multidisciplinary open access journal from IOP Publishing, offering an accelerated and innovative way to publish your research.
Journal of Physics Communications welcomes the submission of papers from all areas of research relating to physics. We’re particularly interested in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies that may not fit the narrower scope of traditional journals, and all authors will find a peer review process that is fast, inclusive and transparent. The journal is now open for submissions.
Publishing, promoting and celebrating great science
For authors who choose to publish in the series, we are dedicated to helping them get the attention their work deserves.
We have partnered with Almetric to provide a deeper understanding of how research published in the JPhys series is being used. Look for the Altmetric badge on any JPhys article on IOPscience to discover how the research is being used and shared around the world.
Visit www.altmetric.com to find out more about Altmetric and how the Altmetric Score is calculated.
Scientific editing services has partnered with Editage to provide a range of support, including English-language editing, translation services, plagiarism checking and a technical review service.
We offer authors the editorial and subject-matter expertise of publication professionals who are passionate about scientific communications and have extensive experience in editing and publishing in high-impact STM journals.
Visit iopeditingservices.editage.com for more information.
In response to feedback from researchers, IOP Publishing has launched a new service to allow for accepted manuscripts to be made available online within 24 hours. This offer multiple benefits for all authors who publish in the JPhys series, allowing their research to be accessed and cited earlier than ever before.
Find out more at iopscience.org/accepted-manuscripts.
Meet the Executive Editors for the JPhys series
- Rebecca Gillan, JPhysA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Isabelle Auffret-Babak, JPhysB email@example.com
- Tom Sharp, JPCM firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tom Miller, JPhysD email@example.com
- Holly Young, JPhysG firstname.lastname@example.org
The JPhys Team will be at the following events in the second half of 2017:
- NENS2017, 21 – 23 October, Beijing, China
- 8th International Symposium on Surface Science, 22 – 26 October, Tsukuba, Japan
- 59th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics, 23 – 27 October, Milwaukee, WI, USA
- AVS 64th International Symposium and Exhibition, 29 October – 3 November, Tampa, FL, USA
- 70th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference, 6 – 10 November, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- Plasma Conference 2017, 20 – 24 November, Himeji, Japan
- MRS Fall 2017, 26 November – 1 December, Boston, MA, USA
- 27th Annual Meeting of MRS-J (2017), 5 – 7 December, Yokohama, Japan