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Professor Anna Gina Perri, Polytechnic University of Bari

(Review—Thermal Effects in the Design of CNTFET – Based Digital Circuits, ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology)

“It was great for me to publish with IOP Publishing / ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology.

The whole process of submitting the paper, its peer review, the acceptance and post acceptance processes were fast and I never had any problems in getting in touch with either the editor or the publishing staff regarding the progress of publishing. In particular I wish to thank James Cottle, Production Editor, and Paul Cooper, Beth Schademann and Andrea Guenzel, Editorial Managers of ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, for their constant support and kindness.

Moreover, I am very impressed by the high quality of publications in IOP Publishing journals, which are of great benefit to all researchers and students around the world to get information on state-of-the-art technologies.

With the kind of experience that I have had, I would love to publish with IOP Publishing again in the future too and, in particular, to support the prestigious ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, whose topics fall into my research field.”


Mr. Chia-Lung Hung, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University

(Design, Process, and Characterization of Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor Circuits and Six-Transistor Static Random-Access Memory in 4H-SiC, ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology)

“The reason I chose the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology for my research works is because of it’s reputation and the peer review process is rigorous and time-efficient compared to other journals. The most important thing is the quality of the published papers. As you may know, there are lots of so called ‘predatory journals’ prevailing the academic field. Papers from those kinds of journals normally don’t have qualified review and could make the reader glean the wrong information or, even worse, make a researcher take the wrong direction in their experiments. This is the main point I want to highlight about IOP Publishing.

I also want to highlight the submit and review system. It is very easy for an author to deliver works without spending too much time figuring out what they need to do with the system. During the review process, I also felt comforted by the question feedback and solutions from the Editor in Chief.

So overall, IOP publishing is very helpful to authors who can deliver their research works efficiently and quality controlled. I would be happy to deliver my works to IOP publishing in the future.”


Dr. Ridwan Wicaksono, Chiba University

(Wearable sectorial electrical impedance tomography and k-means clustering for measurement of gastric processes, Measurement Science and Technology)

“IOP Publishing provides good reviewers for student’s manuscript, especially to improve their research level.”

 


Nishant Kumar Kolli, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning

(Exploring the potential structural, optical, dielectric facets and in-vitro behavior of combeite synthesized by the sol-gel route, Physica Scripta)

“IOP Publishing is doing a great job in all aspects!!”


Dr. Peter Tsung-Wen Yen, National Sun Yat-sen University

(First-principles study of the crystal and magnetic structures of multiferroic Cu2OCl2, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter)

“The peer view process is fast, and unbiased. I believe my article is examined carefully without delay. The editorial team is professional.”

 


Dr. Ayman Sandouqa, Al-Balqa Applied University

(Comparison study of bound states for diatomic molecules using Kratzer, Morse, and modified Morse potentials, Physica Scripta)
“High quality journal”


Dr. Woyengipere Oluwaseun Etebu, Federal College of Education Technical Omuku

(SU (1,1) the hidden dynamical symmetry group for an exact bound state of the Hulthen potential, Physica Scripta)

“IOP Publishing organization is a great place to publish your fascinating ideas that would lead to the the development of needed scientific knowledge. Their website is loaded with lots of guide tips and some relationship tips, on how to present your written article and respond to the referees comments. I bet you, you would learn a whole lot even if your article is rejected.”

 


Dr. Marina Brozovic, California Institute of Technology

(Orbits of the Irregular Satellites of Uranus and Neptune, The Astronomical Journal)

“I was very pleased with the publishing process for the Astronomical Journal.

I would say that this was the best editing job that I ever had on my manuscripts, and I was very happy with the outcome.”


Dr-Joseph-R.-MasieroDr Joseph R. Masiero, IPAC/Caltech

(Asteroid Polarimetric Phase Behavior in the Near-infrared: S- and C-complex Objects, The Planetary Science Journal)

“As usual, working with PSJ and IOP was a great experience. The process was really easy and very well-handled by the staff. I definitely look forward to publishing again with IOP.”

 

 


Professor Ulisse Munari, INAF Astronomical Observatory of Padova

(Flickering Returns as RS Oph Reestablishes Quiescent Conditions Following its 2021 Nova Outburst, The RNAAS Research Notes of the AAS)

“I enjoyed the way my RNAAS was handled by the editorial staff and by the publishing team.

I believe the format adopted for RNAAS is a good one: the 1,500 words limit is a good balance between going straight to the point and be able to put the results into some context and provide sufficient guidance on errors and uncertainties. The limit of one figure or one table also helps authors to focus on what is the key result they what to deliver.”

Dr B.-B. Wang, University of Alabama in Huntsville

(Turbulent Cosmic Ray–Mediated Shocks in the Hot Ionized Interstellar Medium, The Astrophysical Journal)

“The publication is so smooth that I am very pleased with the help. I would love to have my future works published in IOP publishing, particularly the AAS journals.”

 

 


Dr Kotomi Taniguchi, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

(Vibrationally Excited Lines of HC3N Associated with the Molecular Disk around the G24.78+0.08 A1 Hypercompact H ii Region, The Astrophysical Journal)
“I am really happy to publish our paper in ApJ.
The publication procedure of ApJ is very fast and clear, and we are very satisfied with it.
I will continue to do researches with great effort so that we can publish better papers for the journal.”


Dr Raul de la Fuente Marcos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

(An Update on the Future Flyby of Gliese 710 to the Solar System Using Gaia DR3: Flyby Parameters Reproduced, Uncertainties Reduced, The RNAAS Research Notes of the AAS)
“Everything went fine as usual. We never had a problem with AAS journals. All the people involved in the processing/publishing of our contribution were helpful and any replies were timely and spot on.”


Mr-Benjamin-J-Hord Mr Benjamin J Hord, University of Maryland

(The Discovery of a Planetary Companion Interior to Hot Jupiter WASP-132 b, The Astronomical Journal)

“As an early career scientist, AAS Journals made it very easy for me to navigate the submission, peer review, and publication process which can oftentimes seem opaque to those without prior experience submitting to a scientific journal. I am definitely pleased with the level of service I received. The process was smooth and very straightforward. I look forward to publishing in the AAS Journals again!”

 


Ms Sophia Flury, University of Massachusetts Amherst

(The Low-redshift Lyman Continuum Survey. II. New Insights into LyC Diagnostics, The Astrophysical Journal)

“•The peer review process was excellent in both cases and truly helped the papers to mature as scientific works before publication.

•The flexibility for deadlines with refereed revisions was readily provided when needed, for which we are grateful.

•The science editor (ApJS) for paper I provided excellent assistance in making our results publicly available to the rest of the community.

•The comments from copy editors were prompt and straightforward.”

Mr Joel B. Abraham, University College London

(Radial Evolution of Thermal and Suprathermal Electron Populations in the Slow Solar Wind from 0.13 to 0.5 au: Parker Solar Probe Observations, The Astrophysical Journal)

“The process has been swift and efficient with regards to the production side. The response from IOP has been prompt. I look forward to submitting my future research with IOP Publishing and AAS journals.”


Dr.-Jurandir-Marcos-Sa-de-Sousa.Dr Jurandir Marcos Sá de Sousa, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

(Tribological performance of Ni-Cr-B-Si coatings deposited via laser cladding process, Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties)

“IOP Publishing is an excellent choice, in terms of speed, quality and assistance provided. I recommend.”

 

 


Dr Andras LaszloDr Andras Laszlo, Wigner Research Centre for Physics

(On generally covariant mathematical formulation of Feynman integral in Lorentz signature, Classical and Quantum Gravity)

“Experienced relatively fast, accurate and fair review process.”

 


Dr Bo-Yuan Ning, Fudan University

(Pressure-induced structural phase transitions of zirconium: an ab initio study based on statistical ensemble theory, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter)
“The professionality and efficiency of IOP Publishing are very pleasing and satisfied!”


Professor Harrison Lourenço Corrêa, Federal University of Paraná

(Analysis of mechanical and thermal properties of polypropylene composite reinforced with Luffa cylindrica, Engineering Research Express)

“I already published two manuscripts with IOP Publishing. I just have to say: You do a nice job! Fast response, anonymous review and excellence in the review process. Keep the brilliant work, IOP Team!!! And thanks to all support.”

 

 


Ann-Marie-Pendrill

Professor Ann-Marie Pendrill, Lund University

(From skating rink to physics assignment—viewing a photo from a mechanics perspective, Physics Education)

“I enjoy publishing with Physics Education, which I find has a good and relatively unique scope, covering student age groups from around 10 year-olds to introductory university, with a mix of papers from physics to educational research, but always with the usefulness to physics teachers at the centre.

I do appreciate the fast turnaround and in general good and constructive comments from IOP reviewers and editors, which I remember also from my atomic physics days, publishing in J. Phys. B. I like the smooth and accurate submission and production process from LaTeX template to proof and publication.” (photo credit Emelie Asplund)


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