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Journal of Physics Communications

Editorial board

Executive editorial board

The Executive Editorial Board of Journal of Physics Communications works with the in-house editorial team to ensure the journal meets its aim of high quality peer review, rapid publication and inclusive coverage of all physics research. Leaders in their fields, they provide final arbitration for scientific disputes and advice on emerging subjects and potential Editorial Board members.

The Editorial Board includes prominent researchers and emerging leaders from all areas of physics. They represent all geographic regions and support the rapid peer review of author manuscripts.

Executive Editorial Board

Sarbajit Banerjee Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA

Sarbajit Banerjee is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University. He was awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2009, the American Chemical Society ExxonMobil Solid-State-Chemistry Fellowship in 2010, the Cottrell Scholar Award in 2011, and was named a Scialog Innovation Fellow in 2013. In 2012, MIT Technology Review named Sarbajit in its global list of ‘Top 35 innovators under the age of 35’ for the discovery of dynamically switchable smart window technologies that promise a dramatic reduction in the energy footprint of buildings. His research interests are focused on nanomaterials, solid-state chemistry, materials for energy storage and conservation, green buildings, and multifunctional coatings.

Subject areas: chemical physics/nanomaterials

Sudesh Kumar Dhar Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, India

Sudesh K Dhar is a Senior Professor in the Department of Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai. He worked for his PhD at TIFR and received the degree from the University of Mumbai in 1982. He is an experimental physicist, with expertise on bulk thermodynamic and transport measurements. His research interests are focused around the magnetic and superconducting properties of d and f electron based intermetallic compounds, and strongly correlated electron systems.

Ting Gao, Hebei Normal University, China

Dr. Ting Gao is a full professor at the College of Mathematics and Information Science, Hebei Normal University. She received her BSc, MSc, and PhD in Mathematics in China. She has been a visiting scholar at the Max Plank Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany, at the University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, and visiting professor at the University of Toronto at Toronto, Canada. Prof. Ting Gao won the First Prize of Natural Sciences Award of Hebei Province Government and the Excellence Awards of the Chinese Physical Society. Currently Prof. Ting Gao?? researches focus on quantum information theory. She relates the entanglement of the permutationally invariant part of a density operator of a system to that of the original density matrix, and obtains novel multipartite separability criteria and bounds on nonseparability measures. She also provides a clear quantitative and operational connection between coherence and entanglement.

Kui-juan Jin Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Professor Kui-juan Jin received her Ph. D. degree at the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1995. She spent two years as a Postdoctoral at the University of Tennessee /Oak Ridge National Laboratory in United States, and another two years in Lund University of Sweden. She became a full professor in Institute of Physics, CAS in 2004, received the Outstanding Young Research Foundation from National Science Foundation of China, became assistant of the president of Beijing National Lab. for Condensed Matter Physics in 2008, the Director of Optical Physics Key Lab. of CAS, and the Chair of the Committee for Optical Physics of CPS in 2009. Since 2013, she has been a council member in the Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies. Since 2015, has been serving as a chair of the working group of women in physics for CPS, as well as a member of Women in Physics Group in IUPAP.

She has published over 200 research papers in SCI journals, and got over 2700 citations. She has received the Xie-Xi-De physics award, was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics in 2011 and a Fellow of The American Physical Society in 2012. She has led a National Basic Research Program of China since 2014. Her main research interest is exploring novel properties of low dimensional materials like semiconductors and perovskite oxides.

Wu-Ming Liu Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Professor Wu-Ming Liu is group leader of the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He obtained his Ph. D. degree at the Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences in June 1994, then was Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (1994 – 1996), Associate Professor, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, (1996 – 1998), Research Scientist, Department of Physics, University of Texas at Austin (1998 – 2000), Research Scientist, Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware (2000 – 2002). His main research interest is exploring novel properties of cold atoms, two dimensional materials, strong correlated systems.

Chang Hee Nam IBS Center for Relativistic Laser Science, Gwangju Institute of Technology, Korea

Chang Hee Nam received his Ph. D. in plasma physics from Princeton University in 1988. After working at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory as a staff research physicist until 1989, he joined Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) as a faculty member and became a full professor in 1998. He started the Coherent X-ray Research Center in 1999 with the funding from the Ministry of Science and Technology through the Creative Research Initiative Program. After finishing the CXRC program in 2012, he launched the Center for Relativistic Laser Science (CoReLS), a research center of Institute for Basic Science (IBS), for the exploration of relativistic laser-matter interactions using femtosecond PW lasers at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST). He has received several awards including the scientist-of-the-month award from the Ministry of Science and Technology and the award from the National Academy of Science. He has served the scientific advisory committees of ELI – ALPS in Hungary, ELI-NP in Romania, and also Int. Science and Technology Advisory Committee of ELI-DC. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and of the Optical Society of America.

Editorial board

Brian Abbey, La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science, Melbourne, Australia

Monika Aidelsburger, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany

David T.C. Allcock, NIST, USA

Lara Anderson, Virginia Tech, USA

Fanny Beron, State University of Campinas, Brazil

Krzysztof Bolejko, University of Sydney, Australia

Katherine Brown, Hamilton College, NY, USA

Michele Burrello, Copenhagen University, Denmark

Keith Butler, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Barbara Capone, Roma Tre University, Italy

Olalla Castro-Alvaredo, City University, London, UK

Mingee Chung, University of Birmingham, UK

Francesco Ciccarello, DiFC, University of Palermo, Italy

Caroline Cohen, University of Paris Diderot, France

Isabel Cordero-Carrión, University of Valencia, Spain

Kristel Crombé, Ghent University, Belgium

Tie Jun Cui, Southeast University, Nanjing, China

Luisa D’Amore, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

Jiayu Dai, National University of Defence Technology, China

Sebastian Deffner, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA

Juan Pablo Dehollain, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Angela Demetriadou, University of Birmingham, UK

Anne De Visser, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Marcus Doherty, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Anastasia Doikou, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK

Dmitry Yu Fedyanin, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia

Nicolai Friis, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI), Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

Marco Genoni, Universit degli Studi di Milano, Italy

Jörg Götte, Nanjing University, China

Tobias Grass, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Ying Gu, Peking University, China

Alioscia Hamma, University of Massachusetts Boston, United States of America

Robert Jack, University of Cambridge, UK

Mikko Kivelä , Aalto University, Finland

Eva Kovacevic, CNRS and Université d’Orléans, France

Polina Kuzhir, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Lindsay J. LeBlanc, University of Alberta, Canada

Dangyuan Lei, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Zhipeng Li, Beijing Key Laboratory for Nano-photonics and Nano-structure, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China

Jaime Llanos, Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile

Wolfgang Löffler, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Rossana Mastrandrea, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy

Naoki Masuda, University of Buffalo, USA

Leonardo Mazza, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

James Millen, King’s College London, UK

Alexandra Olaya-Castro, University College London, UK

Beatriz Olmos Sanchez, University of Nottingham, UK

Albena Paskaleva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Igor Pažanin, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Francesco Pedaci, Centre de Biochimie Structurale de Montpellier, France

Sarah Post, University of Hawaii, USA

Xavier Roca-Maza, INFN, Milan, Italy

Ivette Rodriguez, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain

Jacqui Romero, University of Queensland, Australia

Tanusri Saha Dasgupta, S.N. Bose National Centre, India

Angnis Schmidt-May, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

Jörg Schnau ß, University of Leipzig, Germany

Erdinc Sezgin, University of Oxford, UK

Saray Shai, Wesleyan University, USA

Endre Szili, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

Michael Touati, UCLA, USA

Volodymyr Turkowski, University of Central Florida, USA

Amanda Weltman, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Christian Wolff, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Bai-Xiang Xu, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Kaikai Xu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Roberta Zambrini, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain

Lucia Zuin,, Canadian Light Source Inc., Canada

Elena Zvereva, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Magdalena Zych, School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

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