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Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Physics

Call For Papers

Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Physics


In this call for papers, we invite you to submit your papers for publication in the maiden edition of the Special Journal of Physics. Papers will be accepted till the end of November because the Special Journal of Physics Publishes two editions in a year.

The advantage of this call for papers is that all papers accepted for publication will be published online on rolling bases until the period elapses in line with online publishing and different from print publishing that waits till the end of the period before publishing the volume.

The first ten manuscripts to be accepted in this call for papers will receive 95% of the regular US$ 250 off discount to get the papers published.  Paper types include but not limited to – research papers, short communication, and letters to editors, reviews, meta-analysis, case reports, book chapters, book reviews, and many others. Submit your paper here…

What We Publish

Scope page of Special Jornal of Physics deals with what the coverage is and may include a wide range of topics in Physics, We are therefore willing to accept for publication: 

Non-ionizing radiation

  • Papers in non-ionizing radiation, including ultraviolet, ultrasound and optical radiation including the development and calibration of medical devices and houses a 3D printing service that supports a range of research and clinical activity. 
  • Call for papers within our scope on magnetic resonance Physics dealing with how radiographers, radiologists and other clinicians, and more broadly with MRI vendors can ensure that MRI equipment is used effectively, efficiently, and safely including the lead and support of translational research and brings promising new techniques into clinical practice.
  • Call for papers within our scope with details on how best to ensure that nuclear medicine imaging equipment is performing to high standards and that patients are imaged safely and ensure the treatment of patients using radioactive materials.
  • Call for papers within our scope that ensure that patients, members of the general public and staff are kept safe when ionizing radiation is used within the Trust, whether to diagnose and treat patients or in research laboratories. Such paper should provide scientific expertise to support the procurement and optimal use of x-ray imaging equipment and the safe use of medical lasers.

Radiotherapy physics

  • Call for papers within our scope on Radiotherapy physics that outlines how best to ensure that machines used to provide radiation therapy to cancer patients are working as expected and deliver the correct amount of radiation including planning for individual patient treatments to ensure that the tumor receives the radiation dose prescribed by the clinical oncologists and healthy tissues are avoided as far as possible.
  • Call for papers that show how best to provide safety testing, calibration, and maintenance support for thousands of medical devices such as glucose meters and infusion pumps  

Condensed matter physics

  • Call for papers within our scope on condensed matter physics with details on the macroscopic physical properties of matter including the condensed phases that appear whenever the number of constituents in a system is extremely large and the interactions between the constituents are strong.
  • Call for papers within our scope on how solids and liquids, arise from the bonding and electromagnetic force between atoms including the superfluid and the Bose-Einstein condensate found in certain atomic systems at very low temperatures, the superconducting phase exhibited by conduction electrons in certain materials, and the ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic phases of spins on atomic lattices.
  • Call for papers within our scope on condensed matter physics outlining how the concepts and techniques developed for studying solids actually apply to fluid systems including the fact that the conduction electrons in an electrical conductor form a type of quantum fluid with essentially the same properties as fluids made up of atoms.  

Phenomenon of superconductivity

  • Call for papers within our scope on the phenomenon of superconductivity, in which the electrons condense into a new fluid phase in which they can flow without dissipation, showing how it is very closely analogous to the superfluid phase found in helium 3 at low temperatures.
  • Call for papers within our scope in atomic, molecular and optical physics which deals with matter-matter and light-matter interactions on the scale of single atoms or structures containing a few atoms with emphasis on why atomic, molecular and optical physics are grouped together because of their interrelationships, the similarity of methods used, and the commonality of the energy scales that are relevant.

Theories about Quantum Mechanics

  • Call for papers on how to use single trapped atoms to make extremely precise measurements to confirm theories about Quantum Mechanics or Relativity including the exploration of the interaction between atoms (or molecules) or the interaction between light and atoms. Lasers and laser physics are an important part of this research area.
  • Call for papers within our scope on Nuclear physics concerned with the nucleus of the atom: probing the fundamental particles (protons and neutrons) and their interactions, classifying and interpreting the properties of nuclei, and providing technological advances.
  • Call for papers within our scope with details on the fission and fusion reactions that provide nuclear power, as well as the nuclear synthesis process that fuels the sun and other stars.

Particle physics

  • Papers on Particle physics which focuses on elementary constituents of matter and radiation, and the interactions between them and with details
  • Call for papers within our scope on high energy physics with details on why many elementary particles do not occur under normal circumstances in nature but can be created and detected during energetic collisions of other particles, as is done in particle accelerators.
  • Call for papers on the classification of elementary particles as the strong, weak, and electromagnetic fundamental forces, using mediating gauge bosons with details on the species of gauge bosons which are the gluons, W- and W+ and Z bosons, and the photons, respectively.
  • Call for papers within our scope on the 24 fundamental particles, which are the constituents of matter and  Finally, it predicts the existence of a type of boson known as the Higgs boson, which has yet to be discovered.

String theory

  • Call for papers within our scope on string theory which attempts to construct a unified description of quantum mechanics and general relativity by building a theory based on small strings, and branes rather than particles with the ultimate goal of being called the Theory of Everything.
  • Call for papers on Astrophysics with details on the physics of the universe, including the physical properties (luminosity, density, temperature, and chemical composition) of astronomical objects such as stars, galaxies, and the interstellar medium, as well as their interactions whereas the study of cosmology is theoretical astrophysics at the largest scales.

Astrophysics and mechanics

  • Call for papers within our scope on Astrophysics and mechanics, electromagnetism, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, relativity, nuclear and particle physics, and atomic and molecular physics. In practice, modern astronomical research involves a substantial amount of physics.
  • Papers on Acoustics that deals with the production, control, transmission, reception, and effects of sound, having application in the life sciences, the earth sciences, engineering, and the arts.

Acoustics and Noise control problems

  • Call for papers on Acoustics is applied to noise control problems stemming from vehicle tires, home appliances, office equipment, and power tools; the design of architectural structures such as concert halls, lecture halls, and radio and television stations to optimize sound; the detection and identification of hidden objects (e.g., objects submerged in the ocean); the nondestructive evaluation of the performance and safety of critical components of equipment, such as jet engines, by analyzing acoustic emissions of the components under stress during the use of the equipment; and the improvement of communication.
  • Call for papers within our scope on Astronomy with details on the celestial bodies and of their location, magnitude, motions, and constitution including its application to astronomy for studying the apparent and real motions of the sun, the moon, the planets, and the stars is among the earliest contributions to the scientific method.
  • Papers within our scope on astronomy that deals with the physics of the universe, including the physical properties (luminosity, density, temperature, and chemical composition) of celestial objects such as stars, galaxies, and the interstellar medium, as well as their interactions.

Atmospheric physics

  • Call for papers within our scope on Atmospheric physics dealing with the application of physics to the study of the atmosphere including how best to model Earth’s atmosphere and the atmospheres of the other planets using fluid flow equations, chemical models, radiation balancing, and energy transfer processes in the atmosphere (as well as how these tie into other systems such as the oceans).
  • Papers on the modeling of weather systems, with employ elements of scattering theory, wave propagation models, cloud physics, statistical mechanics and spatial statistics which are highly mathematical and related to physics.

Meteorology and Climatology

  • Call for papers on meteorology and climatology and including design and construction of instruments for studying the atmosphere and the interpretation of the data they provide, including remote sensing instruments.   
  • Papers within our scope on Biophysics with details on the application of physical concepts and techniques to the: study of the principles that underlie the structures and functions of living systems; study of the physical laws that create or affect biological molecules and processes.
  • Call for papers within our scope on several levels of biological organization, including the molecular level, the subcellular and cellular level, and the organ level.

Molecular Biophysics

  • Papers within our scope Molecular biophysics considers the structure of biological molecules such as enzymes, muscle proteins, and nucleic acids and how these molecules interact with various forms of energy.
  • Call for papers on biophysics at the subcellular and cellular level and is concerned with how molecules are organized into special cell structures and how these structures perform their specialized functions.
  • Papers within our scope on physical principles that underlie the functioning of the ear, eye, and other body systems (e.g., the ear’s response to variations in air pressure that cause sound and the transformation of energy received by nerve impulses from the eye into visual sensations such as color, sharpness, brightness, and shape). Biophysics research also has applications for medicine.
  • Call for papers that provide an explanation of the functional relationship of body parts and have a potential impact on disease prevention through the study of the body’s defense mechanisms involving proteins at the cell membrane level.
  • Papers that investigate physicochemical phenomena using techniques from atomic and molecular physics and condensed matter physics with emphasis on the study of chemical processes from the point of view of physics, characteristic elements and theories of physics, and the physical nature of chemistry.

Cryogenics – Low-Temperature Physics

  • Call for papers on Cryogenics (Low-Temperature Physics), matter at temperatures much colder than those that occur naturally on Earth. Low-temperature physicists are concerned with phenomena such as superfluidity and superconductivity, and Bose-Einstein Condensation. The field of cryogenics advanced during World War II when scientists found that metals frozen to low temperatures showed more resistance to wear.
  • Papers on Crystallography that deals with the study of crystals which compose solids and are made up of a rigid three-dimensional latticework of molecules that give rise to special properties such as shape, hardness, electrical conductivity, and photoconductivity and how it differs from the former study of crystals based on the geometry of the crystals.
  • Papers within our scope on Electromagnetism that deals with the physical relations between electricity and magnetism, a field that exerts a force on particles that possess the property of electric charge, and is in turn affected by the presence and motion of those particles.

Theoretical implications of electromagnetism

  • Call for papers with details on the theoretical implications of electromagnetism explaining with details how the magnetic field produced by the motion of electric charges causes the magnetic force associated with magnets, principles that should expand our knowledge on electromagnetic theories that led to the development of special relativity by Albert Einstein in 1905.
  • Papers within our scope on forms of Energy, relationships between the various forms of energy, energy, and matter, energy transfer systems, and advances in physics applications in the area of energy efficiency, including the development of energy-efficient lighting, windows, heating, and cooling systems, and electrical power plants.

Engineering physics

  • Call for papers within our scope in Engineering physics dealing with the application of science and mathematics to make the properties of matter and the sources of energy, or physical forces, in nature useful to man in the form of structures, machines, products, systems, and processes at a reasonable expenditure of time and money.
  • Papers on factors that have an impact on the environmental air, water, and land, with emphasis on the application of research in laser physics and computing techniques, development of techniques to monitor levels of air pollutants; developments in materials processing and design resulting in the creation of more efficient energy generation methods and recycling techniques; and the use of geophysical methods to monitor radioactivity in the development of new clean-up technologies.  

Fluids in motion and at rest

  • Call for papers within our scope on why fluids tend to flow or conform to the boundaries of their containers with emphasis on the physical and flow properties of liquids in order to understand turbulence, wave motion, and the interactions between structures (such as wings, ships, ocean platforms) and the flowing fluid that surrounds them.
  • Papers within our scope in Geophysics with details in the application of the investigation of physical phenomena in the study of the Earth and its internal composition, e especially by seismic, electromagnetic, and radioactivity methods including the origin of the Earth, its history, its shape, the materials that constitute it, and the processes that are or have affected it

Materials physics

  • Papers within our scope in Materials physics that define the practical applications of research into the relationship between the structure and properties of materials, for the benefit of mankind and the economy; including the development of Teflon which is found in everything from cookware to apparel to medical transplant materials. 
  • Papers in Medical Physics that outlined the design of equipment and techniques used to safely study the human body and diagnose and treat diseases with emphasis on principles of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed axial tomography (CAT scan), Positron Emission Tomography (PET), and x-rays, mammography equipment, and radiation in the treatment of cancer. 
  • Papers on Molecular Physics dealing with the interaction of the structure and bonding of atoms with details in physical properties of molecules and of the chemical bonds between atoms that bind them into molecules.

Atomic physics

  • Papers within our scope with details on how the essential atomic orbital theory in the field of atomic physics expands to the molecular orbital theory.
  • Papers with detail on the structure of the atom’s nucleus and the relationship of the properties of the nucleus to the fundamental constituents and laws of nature including but not limited to the investigation of the weak and strong interactions between nuclear particles and the radiation emitted from unstable nuclei as well as the splitting of nuclei into smaller parts and the merger of nuclei into larger nuclei, called fission and fusion, respectively.
  • Papers on the application of nuclear physics in the generation of electrical power and the treatment of cancer are just two of many that have had a major impact on mankind.
  • Papers on probing the fundamental particles (protons and neutrons) and their interactions, classifying and interpreting the properties of nuclei, and providing technological advances.
  • Papers that contribute to the understanding of basic interactions, nuclear properties and the laws governing the structure of nuclei is an active and productive area of research, and practical applications, such as nuclear power, smoke detectors, cardiac pacemakers, and medical imaging devices, have become common.

Electromagnetic radiation

  • Papers on the generation of electromagnetic radiation, the properties of that radiation, and the interaction of that radiation with matter, especially its manipulation and control. It differs from general optics and optical engineering in that it is focused on the discovery and application of new phenomena.
  • Papers on high energy physics designed to discover a single unifying concept that relates all fundamental forces and elementary particles while trying to understand what physics may lie beyond the standard model including why we expect new physics, including dark matter and neutrino mass.
  • Papers on the distribution of Plasmas as are the most common phase of matter showing why and how up to 99% of matter in the entire visible universe is plasma and showing more facts to support the facts that the space between the stars is filled with a plasma, albeit a very sparse one (see interstellar medium and intergalactic space), and how essentially the entire volume of the universe is plasma.

Plasma Physics

  • Papers on Plasma Physics deals with the study of a high-temperature gas of electrically charged particles, which has been called the fourth state of matter because plasmas possess properties not found in ordinary solids, liquids, and gases.
  • Papers on Plasma properties which can be hot enough for thermonuclear reactions to occur in them and experiments to test if it is possible to initiate nuclear fusion by the production and manipulation of plasma in the laboratory.
  • Papers on Rheology which applies physics to the study of the deformation and flow of matter with emphasis on extending the “classical” disciplines of elasticity and (Newtonian) fluid mechanics to materials whose mechanical behavior cannot be described with the classical theories including establishing predictions for mechanical behavior (on the continuum mechanical scale) based on the micro- or nanostructure of the material, such as the molecular size and architecture of polymers in solution or the particle size distribution in a solid suspension.
  • Papers that determine how the behavior of atoms and molecules within solids gives rise to their observed properties including the transistor, the photoelectric cell; and the light-emitting diode.
  • Papers on crystals, largely based on the facts that the periodicity of atoms in a crystal — its defining characteristic — facilitates mathematical modeling, and also because crystalline materials often have electrical, magnetic, optical, or mechanical properties that can be applied to engineering functions.
  • Papers on the study of the physical properties and phenomena of the region beyond the Earth’s atmosphere including the solar system, and the universe beyond.

Meteorological satellites

  • Papers on the development of meteorological satellites that aid in weather forecasting; communications satellites that increase the number of international communications channels available and make possible the intercontinental transmission of television; navigation satellites that guide ships; military satellites that perform vital reconnaissance; geodetic satellites that allow the creation of maps of unprecedented accuracy; and many other products of space technology that are utilized on Earth.
  • Papers on the study of the sun, solar wind, planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres, auroras, cosmic rays, synchrotron radiation, and space weather.   
  • Papers on thermal physics should deal with the mechanical action or relationship between heat, work, temperature, and energy highlighting the statistical nature of physical systems from an energetic perspective including analysis of the first law of thermodynamics and second law of thermodynamics from the statistical perspective, in terms of the number of microstates corresponding to a given macrostate and the concept of entropy studied through quantum theory.  

Canonical probability distribution

  • Papers on the canonical probability distribution and the study of electromagnetic nature of photons and phonons to show that the oscillations of electromagnetic fields and of crystal lattices have much in common.

 Vacuum Physics

  • Papers on Vacuum Physics should deal with the matter in an environment at low pressure with little or no surrounding gas.
  • Papers on the control and study a single particle without interference by passing the particle through a vacuum, using electrical and magnetic fields to guide particles to a particular target with the ultimate goal of studying the molecular structure.  

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