EPJ D Topical Issue: Molecular collisions, photoionization and dynamics: honouring Professor Vincent McKoy
- Published on 29 March 2021
Guest Editors: Márcio Bettega, Steve Buckman, Murtadha Khakoo, Paulo Limão-Vieira and Márcio Verella
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue in EPJD on “Molecular collisions, photoionization and dynamics: honouring Professor Vincent McKoy”. The issue is intended to gather contributions from contemporary research on electron scattering, photoionization, molecular dynamics and related frontier problems in Molecular Sciences to cover theory, experiment and application.
- Published on 09 February 2021
Guest Editors: Jorge Kohanoff, Antonio Rivera, Eduardo Oliva Gonzalo and Andrey V Solov'yov
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJD on the Advances in multi-scale modelling of intense electronic excitation processes.
The Topical Issue will be primarily based on contributions by members of COST Action 17126 TUMIEE (Towards Understanding and Modelling Intense Electronic Excitation). Over 250 scientists from 32 countries participate in this network. The main goal of the Action is to develop modelling methodologies to bridge spatial and time scales with the overall aim of describing how electronic excitation, happening at the attosecond and nanometer scales, propagates through the scales and leads to macroscopic effects in longer times like damage and failure of materials, or biological damage and cell death. The aim of this topical issue is to promote the growth and exchange of scientific information in these areas, assessing the methodological state-of-the-art and illustrating various aspects through specific applications,
- Published on 25 June 2020
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJD on the Quantum Aspects of Attoscience.
Attoscience has emerged from the interaction of matter with intense laser fields and deals with some of the shortest timescales in nature. Its ultimate goal, to control electron dynamics in real time, has made the area hugely popular, with applications ranging from biomolecules to human-made devices. This rapid growth has led to a vast, fragmented methodological landscape, with many conflicting views. Furthermore, whilst classical methods have enjoyed great success, quantum aspects remain largely unexplored, especially in extended, highly correlated systems.
- Published on 12 May 2020
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJD on Low Temperature Plasmas: Processes, Diagnostics and Applications. The aim of this Topical issue is to present new results in the field of low temperature plasmas with a view towards new applications, and development of advanced technologies.
Simulation and theory, combined with development of plasma diagnostics and systems, all lead to improved understanding of plasmas; understanding that enables control and application, and results in the development of new methodologies and eventually to technology transfer.