EPJ D Topical Issue: Many Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters and Surfaces (MPS 2018)
- Published on Friday, 13 April 2018 16:25
Guest Editors: K. Tőkési, B. Paripás, G. Pszota, and A V Solov'yov
This Topical Issue of EPJD: Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics is to be published following the International Conference on Many Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters and Surfaces (MPS 2018), Budapest, Russia, 21-24 August 2018.
Contributions are welcome on current hot topics in the field of interaction of various projectiles (photons, charged and neutral light and heavy particles) with atoms, molecules, clusters and surfaces.
The Topical Issue will be primarily based on the contributions reported on MPS-2018, but is not to be considered as the proceedings of conference, and submission is open to everyone working in the field. All submissions will be subject to the usual peer review standards of the journal.
Note that acceptance for the conference MPS-2018 does not guarantee acceptance for the published Topical Issue.
The deadline for submission of manuscripts for this Topical Issue is August 24, 2018.
Please, send you manuscripts before the deadline directly to the EPJD Editorial Office at https://articlestatus.edpsciences.org/is/epjd/. If you are a first-time author with EPJ D, you must first register, which can be done directly on the above web site. Submissions should be clearly identified as intended for the Topical Issue "Many Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters and Surfaces".
We look forward to receiving your submission!
Károly Tőkési (Institute for Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary)
Béla Paripás (Institute of Physics, University of Miskolc, Miskolc, Hungary)
Gábor Pszota (Institute of Physics, University of Miskolc, Miskolc, Hungary)
Andrey V Solov'yov (MBN Research Center, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
- Published on Friday, 26 January 2018 15:01
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJD on Quantum Correlations.
Quantum correlations represent a characteristic trait of quantum mechanics that in recent years has become a formidable tool for overcoming classical limits in several fields ranging from computation and communication to imaging and metrology.
These correlations can be quantified in different ways (as entanglement measures, discord…) which are hierarchically related to each other. Several studies in this field have been realized in quantum optics, exploiting atoms, photons and their interaction.
These correlations arise from the fundamental properties of quantum mechanics, namely superposition and coherence. In recent years we have seen extensive studies of different aspects of coherence and superposition, e.g. their possible (debated) role in biological systems, their experimental verification in double slit experiments with large molecules and also in their quantification in the framework of resource theories.
The purpose of this topical issue is to present both theoretical and experimental works addressed to investigate these concepts and their role in various areas of quantum science and quantum technologies. This issue is prepared in response to the challenges and visions outlined in the European Commission Quantum Technologies Flagship strategic document, and the commitment of the EC to support research in quantum technologies.
The Guest Editors welcome theoretical and experimental papers on all aspects of research investigating and applying quantum correlations, quantum coherence and quantum superposition, ranging from purely abstract considerations to commercial applications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited, to quantum technologies (as quantum information, quantum communication, quantum metrology and sensing, quantum imaging), foundations of quantum mechanics and resource theories. The issue is open to everyone working in the field. We invite contributors to communicate their intention to submit manuscripts for this Topical Issue to the Guest Editors as soon as possible. Please provide the tentative title of the paper and a short abstract. The full manuscripts should be submitted before the deadline directly to the EPJD Editorial Office at https://articlestatus.edpsciences.org/is/epjd/.
Deadline for submission: 31 July 2018
Submissions should be clearly identified as intended for the Topical Issue "Quantum Correlations". Papers will be published continuously and will appear (as soon as accepted) on the journal website. The electronic version of the Topical Issue will contain all accepted papers in the order of publication. All submitted papers will be refereed according to the usual high standards of the journal. More general information about EPJD including instructions for authors is available at http://epjd.epj.org/.
Guest Editors of the Topical Issue: