Published on: 26 January 2018
Our physics journals cover areas of physics from high energy physics; atoms, plasmas, and particles; to optics and photonics; and computational cosmology and astrophysics. Toward the more applied side of physics, you’ll find our nanoscience journals, and journals that, while grounded in physics, take a multidisciplinary, “convergence” approach to large problems.
CERN sponsoring APCs for methods articles in EPJ TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTATION
Here the spatial coherence properties of these vacuum fields are demonstrated as the physical reason for complementarity in these single photon quantum optical experiments. These results are directly connected to the mode picture in classical optics...
R. Menzel, D. Puhlmann, and A. Heuer
Journal of the European Optical Society—Rapid Publications
We present entropy-limited hydrodynamics (ELH): a new approach for the computation of numerical fluxes arising in the discretization of hyperbolic equations in conservation form.
Federico Guercilena, David Radice, ane Luciano Rezzolla
Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology
...I argue that weak ties, especially the kind that span subgroups, are often also lower-capacity. Due to a lack of trust, an unwillingness to share benefits, or a limited ability to understand one another, an individual is less likely to share novel information across these ties...
Jennifer M. Larson
Applied Network Science
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Journal: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation
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