AIP Publishing, a not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, has named Dr. Chennupati Jagadish as Editor-in-Chief of Applied Physics Reviews (APR), effective January 1, 2020. APR is an online-only, peer-reviewed journal covering important and current topics in experimental or theoretical research in applied physics and applications of physics to other branches of science and engineering. Dr. Jagadish is Professor at the Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Physics.
APR publishes both authoritative review articles and significant original research on important and current topics in experimental or theoretical research in applied physics or applications of physics to other branches of science and engineering. The reviews are either comprehensive treatments of established areas of applied physics, or short pieces on recent advances in established fields or new and emerging areas of applied physics. While APR editors generally invite review articles, unsolicited manuscripts may be accepted if their authors are recognised as experts in the field. In addition, the authors must add an editorial summary that makes a solid case that the material is timely and of interest to APR’s wide readership, which includes students, and emerging and experienced scientists in academia and industry.
APR is the highest impact journal in the AIP Publishing portfolio, which currently consists of 33 journals, including six open access titles, flagship titles Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Applied Physics and The Journal of Chemical Physics, and Scilight, a weekly publication highlighting the most interesting new research in the physical sciences. Chemical Physics Reviews and Biophysics Reviews will publish their first articles in Fall 2020. AIP Publishing serves 10 scholarly societies, providing a full suite of publishing services, from manuscript submission to online hosting.
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