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Editorial Procedure of Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics
Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics follows a single-blind peer-review process, where the reviewers are aware of the names and affiliations of the authors, but the reviewer reports provided to authors are anonymous.
Ongoing topical collections
We are excited to announce a series of Topical Collections that publish timely papers related to the fields of plasma physics. Click here for more information.
Topical Collection : Kinetic Alfvén waves in space, solar, and laboratory plasmas
Guest editors: Prof. Y Lin, Auburn University, USA Prof. F Zonca, ENEA & Zhejiang University, China Prof. D.J Wo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Topical Collection: Turbulence
Guest editor: Prof. P Diamond, University of California, San Diego, USA
Topical Collection : Magnetic Field Generation
Guest editor: Prof. A Das, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Selected papers from AAPPS-DPP2021 Basic and Applied Plasma sessions
Guest editors: Prof. Y Gunsu, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea Prof. Y Feng, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Prof. R.S Rawat, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Prof. S Bhattacharjee, ndian Institute of Technology - Kanpur, India Prof. JJ Shi, Donghua University in Shanghai, China
Topical reviews on high energy density science and laser fusion
Guest editors: Prof. K Mima,The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan Prof. J Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Prof. R Kodama, Osaka University, Japan
Topical Collection: Nonlinear Processes in Solar-Terrestrial Plasmas
Guest editors: Prof. T Hada, Kyushu University, Japan Prof. A Chian, University of Adelaide, Australia Prof. R Matsumoto, Chiba University, Japan
Topical Collection: Selected papers from AAPPS-DPP MF1 and MF2 Plasma sessions
Guest editors: Prof. H Yamada, The University of Tokyo, Japan Prof. J Dong, Southwestern Institute of Physics, China
Please note that it is the responsibility of the author(s) to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) to reproduce figures (or tables) that have previously been published elsewhere.
Topical Collection: New Aspects of Quantum Plasma Physics
Contributing authors: G. Manfredi (France), G. Brodin (Sweden), B. Eliasson(UK), F. Haas (Brazil), A. P. Misra (India), etc.
Topical Collection: Novel Aspects of Dusty Plasma Physics
Contributing authors: Lin I, Abhijit Sen, Avinash Khare, Chengran Du, Andre Melzer, Heremba Bailung, Hubertus Thomas, etc.
Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics now welcomes a new article type: ‘Special Topics’
We are pleased to announce that Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics is now accepting submissions for a new article type called ‘Special Topics’. A Special Topics article is a brief review article that focuses on a specific topic. Its purpose is to highlight emerging research subjects, recent advances in a specific area and/or new research techniques. It can also focus on the authors’ own work or experimental instruments. As such, we especially encourage early career physicists to submit Special Topics articles. We believe this extended scope will add value to Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics.
Topical Collection: Recent Progress in Physics of Plasma-Based Space Propulsion (Closed)
Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics will publish a topical collection on Physics of Plasma-Based Space Propulsion. This Topical Collection will outline recent progress in understanding, characterization, optimization, and modelling of plasma behaviour in space propulsion systems of various types.
The guest editors are Prof. Igor Levchenko and Prof. Kateryna Bazaka.
Meet the Editors
The Chairman of the Journal will coordinate this journal's activities. As this journal covers all field of plasma physics categorized into seven branches (fundamental, basic, applied, laser, space, solar/astro, magnetic fusion), one chief editor and associate editors are responsible for the publication of papers in each branch.
Review articles by S. Chandrasekhar Prize Laureates
The S. Chandrasekhar Laureates are sincerely invited to publish their review articles by the editorial board of Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics. They will describe their special works significantly contributed to the field as well as overviews the background and development of the research fields in the review articles. The S. Chandrasekhar Prize recognizes scientists who have made seminal, pioneering contributions in the field of plasma physics, and has been awarded annually since 2014 by the Division of Plasma Physics under the Association of Asia Pacific Physics Societies.
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Most Recent Issue: December 2022, Volume 7 Issue (1)
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Springer launches new journal reviews of modern plasma physics.
Articles to cover fundamental and applied aspects of plasma physics
Heidelberg | New York, 30 November 2016
Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics aims to be a leading journal in its field. It will provide cutting-edge reviews and tutorials by renowned researchers in all fields of plasma physics including fundamental and applied physics relevant to natural and laboratory plasmas. The articles published in this new journal will not only be characterized by their excellent quality, but also their high readability, providing authoritative material for graduate students and young researchers who are less familiar with the fields covered.
Mitsuru Kikuchi, Chair of the AAPPS-DPP, said, “I am pleased to launch this official AAPPS-DPP journal, Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics , with Springer Nature, a leading global publisher. It will certainly benefit physics communities, including plasma physics researchers working in fields such as space, solar, and astro plasmas; laser plasmas; low temperature plasmas; and magnetic and inertial fusion applications.”
Akiyuki Tokuno, Publishing Editor at Springer, said, “It is a great pleasure to publish this new review journal in collaboration with the AAPPS-DPP as part of the Springer portfolio. With the support of the chairman and the editorial board, RMPP will provide reviews by leading plasma physics researchers and Chandrasekhar prize laureates. It will be highly beneficial to readers in the field of plasma sciences.”
Since its foundation in 1990, The Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies ( www.aapps.org ) encompasses the physical societies and institutes in the region and consolidates the sense of a physics community in the Asia Pacific region. The association is an umbrella organization which is devoted to the joint promotion of research, teaching and regional collaboration in physics. RMPP will be the official journal of the Division of Plasma Physics ( http://aappsdpp.org/AAPPSDPPF/ ) under the AAPPS.
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