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EPJ A broadens its scope in heavy ion physics

EPJ A broadens its scope in heavy ion physics by merging with the Acta Physica Hungarica A - Heavy Ion Physics (APH A) as of January 1st, 2007. APH A, a well respected journal in the field has emerged from the Acta Physics Hungarica, initially covering all areas of physics, in the 1990s.

EPJ D broadens its scope in plasma physics

EPJ D broadens its scope in plasma physics by merging with the Czechoslovak Journal of Physics (CJoP) as of January 1st, 2007. CJoP is presently published by the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences and distributed by Springer. Publishing in all areas of physics CJoP is particularly active in the field of plasma physics. To reflect this new emphasis in scope, EPJ D has recently changed its subtitle from "Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics" to "Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics". Acta Physica Hungarica B - Quantum Electronics is also merging.

EPJ D - European Commission's new Quantum Information Classification Scheme

EPJ D supports and endorses the European Commission's new Quantum Information Classification Scheme (QICS) which, in the field of quantum information sciences, both extends and complements the well-known PACS scheme. For accepted EPJ D articles relevant to the subject matter, the Editorial Office of EPJ D will kindly invite authors to provide appropriate QICS codes in addition to the usual PACS codes.

See also the Press Release.

EPJ E - ORAL-UNESCO Award 2005

Dr Dominique Langevin, University of Paris-Sud, Orsay, France Associate Editor EPJ E-Soft Matter, has been awarded the L'ORAL-UNESCO Award 2005 Materials Sciences for her fundamental investigations of detergents, emulsions and foams.

The proceedings of the FUSION14 conference have been published online in EPJ Web of Conference in January 2015. The proceedings were sent to EDP Sciences in mid december 2014. It is remarkable that, despite the end of the year break and the relatively large number of contributions, the proceedings have appeared online so quickly.
The editorial team of the FUSION14 proceedings has very much appreciated the flexibility of EDP Sciences who could accommodate for our submission of the proceedings at a later date than expected as well as their professionalism.
This is not the first edition of FUSION proceedings to appear in EPJ Web of Conferences. It is also likely that the proceedings of future editions of this triennial conference will again be published in this journal.

Cédric Simenel, The Australian National University, Australia
Co-editor EPJ Web of Conferences vol. 86, 2015

ISSN: 2100-014X (Electronic Edition)

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