Advances in Physics: X is a fully open-access journal that promotes the centrality of physics and physical measurement to modern science and technology. Advances in Physics: X aims to demonstrate the interconnectivity of physics, meaning the intellectual relationships that exist between one branch of physics and another, as well as the influence of physics across (hence the “X”) traditional boundaries into other disciplines including:
- Materials Science
The journal publishes concise review articles (mainly commissioned) from internationally leading experts and made available freely throughout the world.
Advances in Physics: X now considers unsolicited (non-commissioned) review aticles. If your review article has not been commisioned, before submitting, please email to the journal's Editor-in-Chief Riccardo Ferrando firstname.lastname@example.org a PDF file containing a 250-word summary of your proposed review article, plus a paragraph explaining why your article would be suitable to be considered for publication within Advances in Physics: X.
Advances in Physics: X draws upon the rich heritage of Advances in Physics, founded by Sir Nevill Mott in 1952 as a spin-off from the Philosophical Magazine, which was itself established in 1798 and has been published by Taylor & Francis since 1822.
Advances in Physics: X operates a single-anonymized peer review policy.
All articles are made freely and permanently available online through gold open access publication.
Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article.
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Advances in Physics publishes research on condensed matter physics and statistical mechanics including aspects of quantum information and biophysics.