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Editors in Chief
- Stephen Buckman, Australian National University, Australia
- Peter Grütter, McGill University, Canada
- Martin Hegner, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- Jürgen Brugger, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
- Michael Charlton, Swansea University, United Kingdom
- Robert E. Continetti, University of California, United States of America
- Alexander Dorn, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Germany
- Gustavo García Gómez-Tejedor, Instituto de Física Fundamental (IFF), Spain
- Peter Hinterdorfer, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
- Miklos Kellermayer, Semmelweis University, Hungary
- Masashi Kitajima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
- Abraham J. Koster, Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), Netherlands
- Nigel J. Mason, The Open University, United Kingdom
- Zhetian Mi, McGill University, Canada
- Ioan Notingher, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Sean O'Shea, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), Singapore
- Hans Peter Oepen, University of Hamburg, Germany
- Samir Kumar Pal, S.N.Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, India
- Zoran Petrovic, Institute of Physics, Serbia & Montenegro
- Tim Senden, The Australian National University, Australia
- Qi-kun Xue, Tsinghua University, China
- Hirofumi Yamada, Kyoto University, Japan
EPJ is a rapidly growing series of internationally reputed, peer-reviewed journals that are indexed in all major citation databases. The editorial boards of the EPJ are composed of leading specialists in their respective fields and have made it their mission to uphold the highest standards of scientific quality in the journals. EPJ started in the late 1990s as a merger and co-publication of Zeitschrift für Physik (Springer), Journal de Physique (EDP Sciences) and Il Nuovo Cimento (Società Italiana di Fisica) covering all aspects of the pure and applied physical sciences. Its spectrum has since expanded to encompass many interdisciplinary topics, including complexity and data sciences.
SpringerOpen is Springer’s new suite of open access journals which will cover all disciplines. SpringerOpen journals are fully and immediately open access and will publish articles under the Creative Commons Attribution license. This makes it easy for authors to fully comply with open access mandates and retain copyright. SpringerOpen journals combine open access and our expertise in delivering high-quality and rapid publications, from online submission systems and in-depth peer review to an efficient, author-friendly production process.
Aims & scope
EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation focuses on the design, implementation, and application of new techniques in all areas of the physical and applied sciences. Of particular interest to the journal are advances produced by:
- Laboratory-specific custom instrumentation and diagnostics
- Innovative and clever experimental techniques
- Subtle refinements to established experimental setups
- Novel analytical methods
Papers in the journal should summarize a novel, significant result, and provide a detailed description of the equipment, methods, or techniques used to produce the result. They may also include discussions of underlying theory, and/or potential cross-disciplinary applications.
EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation publishes regular articles, as well as short commentary articles intended to promote discussion and debate. Reviews of known techniques, or of open questions in emerging fields, are also strongly encouraged. This fully Open Access journal is devoted to the broad, timely, and public dissemination of information.
Open thematic series
Research in nanomechanical transduction has experienced tremendous progress over the past few years. This thematic series on the fundamentals of nanomechanical transduction will focus on recent advances on the development of structures, devices and systems for nanomechanical transduction, especially those more concerned with physical and engineering aspects that do not typically feature in regular papers.
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