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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2021

February 24, 2021

APS has selected 151 Outstanding Referees for 2021 who have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

RMP Associate Editor Pierre Ramond Has Won the 2020 Dirac Medal

January 6, 2021

RMP Associate Editor Pierre Ramond has won the 2020 Dirac Medal. See the full announcement from .

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EDITORIAL

Editorial: The Role of Colloquia in Reviews of Modern Physics

January 4, 2021

Lead Editor, Randall D. Kamien and new Colloquium Editor, Dietrich Belitz, discuss the role of Colloquia in Reviews of Modern Physics.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Colloquia Editor

January 4, 2021

Dietrich Belitz is a theoretical physicist working at the boundary between statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics. His principal interest has been focused on quantum many-body problems, including superconductivity, magnetism, transport processes, and quantum phase transitions.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Rapid Communications papers will now be Letters

November 23, 2020

Starting January 1, 2021, the Rapid Communications article type will be renamed to Letters. With this change, all eight Physical Review journals that had previously classified articles of the type “Rapid Communications” will adopt the practice of Physical Review Applied and now publish such articles as Letters. Learn more

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EDITORIAL

Promoting Inclusive and Respectful Communications

November 18, 2020

APS Editor in Chief, Michael Thoennessen, discusses a new opportunity for communicating authors to include their pronouns together with their contact email in order to promote a more respectful, inclusive, and equitable environment.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

October 14, 2020

The 2019 APS Medal for Excellence in Physics was given to Bertrand I. Halperin. This contribution was invited in conjunction with this award. This article is an extended version of a talk given at the March 2019 meeting of the American Physical Society, summarizing the author’s work in areas linked to topological aspects of classical and quantum physics.

ANNOUNCEMENT

RMP Publishes 2019 Nobel Lectures in Physics

September 22, 2020

The 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by Didier Queloz, Michel Mayor, and James Peebles. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Editor for Astrophysics

August 12, 2020

Véronique Van Elewyck is an astroparticle physicist with a background in neutrino phenomenology. She has contributed to the development of detectors and methods for multi-messenger astronomy, first with the Pierre Auger Observatory, then with the Mediterranean neutrino telescopes ANTARES and KM3NeT. She has coordinated several projects promoting the potential of deep-sea neutrino telescopes for interdisciplinary science.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

July 7, 2020

APS and the Max Planck Gesellschaft (MPG) have finalized the terms of a strategic partnership that allows MPG authors to easily publish open access in all hybrid and gold Physical Review journals at no direct cost to authors. At the center of the collaboration is APS’s first “read and publish” pilot, covering the calendar year 2020, and building upon the long-standing relationship between APS and the Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL).

ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Editor for Applied and Materials Physics

May 13, 2020

Mark Stiles is a theoretical condensed matter physicist who has worked on a wide range of problems especially magnetism, spintronics, and neuromorphic computing. He made particular contributions to understanding interlayer exchange coupling, exchange bias, spin-transfer torques, and spin-orbit torques.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2020

March 2, 2020

APS has selected 147 Outstanding Referees for 2020 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts submitted to the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Editor for Mathematical Physics

January 13, 2020

Dam Thanh Son is a theoretical physicist working in a wide range of problems spanning string theory, heavy-ion physics, condensed matter and atomic physics. Dam Thanh Son pioneered the application of methods of gauge/gravity duality to the physics of the quark gluon plasma. He has made important contributions to the physics of the fractional quantum Hall effect, dense nuclear matter and ultracold atomic gases.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

October 8, 2019

APS congratulates the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics recipients James Peebles “for theoretical discoveries in physical cosmology”, and Michael Mayor and Didier Queloz “for the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star.” Read more in this .

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Editor for Climate Science

October 1, 2019

William Collins is an internationally recognized expert in climate modeling and climate change science. His personal research concerns the interactions among greenhouse gases and aerosols, the coupled climate system, and global environmental change.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet Our New RMP Editor for Nuclear Physics

August 1, 2019

Roxanne Springer has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Caltech and is currently a professor of physics at Duke University. Her research interests are effective field theories of QCD and weak interactions. She was in the chair line of the Southeastern Section of the APS from 2010-2014, on the Executive Committee of the Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) from 2015-2017, and currently serves on the APS DNP Anti-harassment Committee. She is a Fellow of the APS.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

RMP Publishes 2018 Nobel Lectures in Physics

July 2, 2019

The 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by Gerard Mourou, Arthur Askin, and Donna Strickland. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.

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EDITORIAL

RMP: Looking Forward

July 1, 2019

The editors of Reviews of Modern Physics discuss the future of the journal and its plans to continue to serve the community.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Meet our new RMP editor for high-energy experiment

June 7, 2019

Hiroaki Aihara is Professor of Physics and deputy director of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe at the University of Tokyo.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2019

February 26, 2019

APS has selected 143 Outstanding Referees for 2019 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts submitted to the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

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EDITORIAL

Synthesizing current research succinctly and elegantly

February 13, 2019

Lead Editor, Randall Kamien, discusses how Reviews of Modern Physics has evolved over the last 90 years and an indication of the future direction.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Reviews of Modern Physics: The First 90 Years

February 7, 2019

Join us for a special session at the 2019 March Meeting to celebrate 90 years of RMP with some of the journal’s most widely read and cited authors.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

REVTeX 4.2 Released

January 11, 2019

The first update to REVTeX since 2010 is now available. REVTeX 4.2 includes bug fixes, improved functionality, and support for more societies and journals. For more information, please visit the REVTeX home page.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

RMP Publishes 2017 Nobel Lectures in Physics

December 18, 2018

The 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish, and Kip S. Thorne. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

October 23, 2018

The 2016 APS Medal for Excellence in Physics was given to Edward Witten. This contribution was invited in conjunction with this award. These original notes contain concise explanations of some key results in the axiomatic and algebraic approaches to quantum field theory, which are relevant to quantum entanglement. They serve to put the connection between quantum field theory and quantum information theory on a precise and rigorous footing.

ANNOUNCEMENT

2018 Nobel Prize in Physics

October 2, 2018

APS congratulates the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics recipients Arthur Ashkin “for the optical tweezers and their application to biological systems,” and Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland “for their method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses.” Read more in this .

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ANNOUNCEMENT

PhySH Now Publicly Available

September 11, 2018

PhySH, APS’s physics classification scheme, is now publicly available under a Creative Commons . Created to provide a fully open, high-quality classification scheme for the entire physics community, PhySH groups concepts into a flexible hierarchy that organizes content by topics.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Physics Physique физика Freely Available Online

March 22, 2018

As a service to the community, APS has made “Physics Physique физика” freely available online. This small journal published fewer than 100 articles between 1964-1968 and includes papers by many notable physicists, including J. S. Bell’s paper “On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen paradox.”

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2018

February 26, 2018

APS has selected 147 Outstanding Referees for 2018 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts submitted to the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Corrections in Physical Review publications

January 4, 2018

The Physical Review journals and Reviews of Modern Physics now make Corrections of minor errors in published papers.

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EDITORIAL

A Tale of Two Anniversaries: 125 Years of the Physical Review and 25 Years of Physical Review E

January 4, 2018

Publisher Matthew Salter and Editor in Chief, Michael Thoennessen, kick off the 125th anniversary of The Physical Review and 25th anniversary of Physical Review E.

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NOBEL LECTURES

RMP Publishes 2016 Nobel Lectures in Physics

October 9, 2017

The 2016 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane, and John Michael Kosterlitz. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

2017 Nobel Prize in Physics

October 3, 2017

APS congratulates Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish, and Kip S. Thorne for winning the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics “for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves.”

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Randall Kamien Selected as Lead Editor of Reviews of Modern Physics

September 11, 2017

The American Physical Society (APS) has appointed Dr. Randall Kamien, Vicki and William Abrams Professor in the Natural Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, as the lead editor of Reviews of Modern Physics (RMP). He takes over this role from Dr. Achim Richter, who has served as RMP’s lead editor since 2005. Dr. Kamien formerly served as an associate editor for RMP from 2006 to 2010 and begins his new role September 11, 2017.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

July 18, 2017

On July 18, 2017, APS, along with the Institute of Physics Publishing (IOPP), has taken an important step towards working more closely with the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) system of unique identifiers by signing the requiring the collection of ORCID iDs in their publishing processes.

ANNOUNCEMENT

July 11, 2017

Starting on July 11, APS will begin participating in the , a collaboration among scholarly publishers to make information freely available about what papers are cited by a given journal article. This information had always been available to those subscribing to the Physical Review journals, but now the citation data will be open to all.

ANNOUNCEMENT

June 22, 2017

Nuclear physicist Michael Thoennessen has been selected to become APS Editor in Chief at the end of August 2017. Currently an Associate Director of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams at Michigan State University (MSU) in Lansing, Michigan, and University Distinguished Professor of Physics at MSU, he was appointed following a vote of the APS Board of Directors on June 16.

ANNOUNCEMENT

March 10, 2017

After a thoughtful, deliberative process involving an examination of the alignment of the values of APS with the goals of the March for Science on April 22 in Washington, D.C., the APS Council Steering Committee, on behalf of the Council of Representatives, unanimously voted to endorse the march.

EDITORIAL

From the APS Editor in Chief

February 3, 2017

The journals of the American Physical Society welcome and will continue to welcome manuscripts from all countries, with publication based on scientific merit alone.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Lead Editor, Reviews of Modern Physics

February 1, 2017

The American Physical Society is conducting an international search for a new Lead Editor of Reviews of Modern Physics.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2017

January 17, 2017

APS has selected 150 Outstanding Referees for 2017 that have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

October 4, 2016

APS congratulates David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane, and J. Michael Kosterlitz for winning the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics for their theoretical discoveries using topological concepts.

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NOBEL LECTURES

RMP Publishes 2015 Nobel Lectures in Physics

July 6, 2016

The 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.


Takaaki Kajita


Arthur B. McDonald

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ANNOUNCEMENT

June 23, 2016

Pierre Meystre of the University of Arizona has been appointed Editor in Chief of the Physical Review research journals.

ANNOUNCEMENT

In Memory of Peter D. Adams

April 20, 2016

We are saddened by the passing on April 16 of our dear colleague Peter Adams, one of the founders of the Physical Review family of journals. We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2016

March 2, 2016

APS has selected 146 Outstanding Referees for 2016 that have been exceptionally helpful in assessing manuscripts for publication in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees for 2016 is available online.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

RMP Article Identifiers

December 17, 2015

Beginning in January 2016 Reviews of Modern Physics is replacing the current page numbering with a six digit article identifier.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

December 1, 2015

Asia-Pacific region publishing manager for UK Institute of Physics to join top management staff of the American Physical Society.

NOBEL LECTURES

RMP Publishes 2014 Nobel Lectures in Chemistry

October 21, 2015

The 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry was shared by Eric Betzig, Stefen W. Hell, and William E. Moerner. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.


Eric Betzig


Stefan W. Hell


W. E. (William E.) Moerner

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Neutrino Oscillations Nab Nobel Prize

October 6, 2015

APS congratulates Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald for winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in physics for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass. Their prize-winning research is free to read in Physical Review Letters.

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NOBEL LECTURES

RMP Publishes 2014 Nobel Lectures in Physics

October 5, 2015

The 2014 Nobel Prize for Physics was shared by Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakamura. These papers are the text of the address given in conjunction with the award.


Shuji Nakamura


Hiroshi Amano


Isamu Akasaki

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APS NEWS

Editor in Chief of APS Journals Steps Down

May 1, 2015

Gene Sprouse, Editor in Chief of the APS research journals since March 2007, has stepped down from the position as of April 28, 2015. Read more in .

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EDITORIAL

PRX Takes on a New Role

October 9, 2014

APS Editor in Chief Gene Sprouse discusses the new role of Physical Review X as APS's highly selective and broadly accessible journal, that publishes a small number of key papers from all areas of physics in APS's nonprofit, science-first publishing tradition.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Congratulates the 2014 Nobel Prize Winners

October 8, 2014

The American Physical Society congratulates the 2014 Nobel Prize Winners in Physics and Chemistry.

Physics

The physics laureates Isamu Akasaki (Meijo University and Nagoya University), Hiroshi Amano (Nagoya University), and Shuji Nakamura (University of California, Santa Barbara) have been recognized for their work that led to the invention of the blue light-emitting diode, a fundamental stepping stone towards the realization of new environmentally friendly and energy efficient light sources.



Chemistry

The chemistry laureates Eric Bertzig (Howard Hughes Medical Institute), Stefan W. Hell (Max Planck Institute and German Cancer Research Center), and William E. Moerner (Stanford Univerisity) have been recognized for their work in improving the resolution of optical microscopy, in particular the development of a super-resolved fluorescence microscope.


“It’s a great year for optics,” said Pierre Meystre (University of Arizona Regents’ Professor of Physics and Optical Sciences, Physical Review Letters Lead Editor), “with blue LEDs winning the Physics Nobel yesterday and fluorescence microscopy winning the Chemistry prize today. It shows that wonderful things are happening in optics from saving enormous amounts of energy with efficient lighting to helping with life-saving medical advances that rely on super-resolution imaging. They are completely different technologies, but both light-based, and next year is the International Year of Light, so the timing couldn’t be better.”

Many remarkable papers from these scientists contributed to this development. These include Moerner’s seminal 1989 work on optical detection and spectroscopy of single molecules in a solid, which was published in . This paper is now freely available on our website.

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  • W. E. Moerner and L. Kador, (1989)

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Launches Full-Text HTML

September 10, 2014

The American Physical Society has launched full-text HTML versions of more than 200,000 articles throughout the APS journal collection from as early as 2003. Users can now access APS content using high-quality navigation features and mobile-friendly math displays across a range of devices.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Physical Review Applied Now Accepting Papers

December 12, 2013

APS is now accepting submissions for Physical Review Applied, the newest member of the Physical Review family. Dedicated to publishing the highest quality research at the intersection of physics and engineering, Physical Review Applied will debut in early 2014.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

ORCID One-Year Anniversary

October 16, 2013

ORCID is celebrating its one-year anniversary today, and APS is proud to have been a and to continue as a of the ORCID Registry. We encourage all authors who have not yet registered for an ORCID identifier to visit the application to sign up and help meet the goal of 500,000 researchers signed up by the end of 2013.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

2013 Nobel Prize in Physics: Discovery of the Higgs Boson and the Symmetry Breaking Theory that Predicted It

October 8, 2013

The 2013 Physics Nobel Prize has been awarded to two physicists who were instrumental in developing the theory that helps explain the origin of mass of elementary particles and predicts the existence of the Higgs Boson discovered last year. The prize, which recognizes the contributions of François Englert (Universite Libre de Bruxelles) and Peter Higgs (University of Edinburgh) for the theory of broken symmetry in electroweak physics, echoes the announcement of the 2010 American Physical Society’s J. J. Sakurai prize, which was awarded to the two Nobel Laureates as well as four additional physicists who made comparable contributions to the symmetry breaking work. The work originally appeared in Physical Review Letters.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Introducing Mobile Subscriptions for APS Journals

March 12, 2013

Readers can now conveniently access APS journals from home, on mobile devices, or while traveling by linking their institution’s subscriptions to their personal APS Journal Account. To link the subscriptions, simply click on the new Go Mobile! button that appears on article pages when accessing the journals from your institution.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

APS Announces 142 New Outstanding Referees for 2013

February 6, 2013

The editors of the APS journals have selected 142 new Outstanding Referees for 2013, out of more than 60,000 currently active referees. Initiated in 2008, the highly selective Outstanding Referee program recognizes scientists who have been exceptionally helpful in assessing manuscripts for publication in the APS journals. Selections are based on two decades of records on the number, quality, and timeliness of referee reports. The 2013 honorees come from 27 different countries, with large contingents from the US, Germany, UK, Canada, and France. The decisions were difficult and there are many excellent referees who have yet to be recognized. By means of the program, APS expresses appreciation to all referees, whose efforts in peer review not only keep the standards of the journals at a high level, but in many cases also help authors to improve the quality and readability of their articles—even those that are not published by APS. For more information and a listing of all Outstanding Referees, please visit http://publish.stellexms.com/OutstandingReferees.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

2012 Nobel Prize in Physics: Quantum Mechanics of Photons and Atoms

October 9, 2012

The APS congratulates Serge Haroche and David WIneland for their 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics. They and their collaborators have made significant advances in the realization of quantum phenomena with many beautiful experiments. Their ability to manipulate atoms and photons to demonstrate fundamental aspects of quantum physics has been documented in many journal articles. We are very pleased that much of this seminal work has been published in the APS journals Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A, and Reviews of Modern Physics. To honor these laureates and their collaborators, we have made freely available five of their many APS publications that demonstrate some of the key insights of their pioneering work.

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EDITORIAL

Editorial: APS now leaves copyright with authors for derivative works

October 1, 2008

When you submit an article to an APS journal, we ask you to sign our copyright form. It transfers copyright for the article to APS, but keeps certain rights for you, the author. We have recently changed the form to add the right to make ‘‘derivative works’’ that reuse parts of the article in a new work. The importance of this change is discussed below.

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EDITORIAL

Editorial: Physics - spotlighting exceptional research

September 15, 2008

Introducing Physics image
Information overload is everywhere, and physicists have not escaped. APS alone publishes over 18,000 articles a year, and lurking within them are some truly exceptional papers that every physicist should know about. How can we most effectively bring the best in all of the Physical Review journals to the wider notice of working physicists? Today is the formal debut of a new free online publication called . Available in preliminary form since July, this new venture offers expert-written commentary articles that highlight and provide context for a select group of papers published by APS and occasionally others.

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EDITORIAL

Announcement: New Prices and Payment Policy for Color Figures in the Print Journal

June 23, 2007

Effective with manuscripts accepted for publication on or after July 1, 2007, APS will charge for publishing color figures in the print journal according to a simplified, flat-fee pricing scheme. The price for publishing a single color illustration will be US$800.00. Each subsequent color figure in that article will cost US$425.00.

This new fee structure will allow APS to streamline our operations by requiring advance payment for color charges. When an article is accepted for publication, the authors will receive confirmation of the amount due for color reproduction in the print journal. A formal invoice will follow this message within a few days of acceptance, together with payment instructions. The manuscript will not be forwarded to our composition vendor for publication until the invoice is paid, or a decision is made to publish the article without color in print. To avoid excessive delays in publication, if a response is not received within two weeks, the article will be sent to production with the figures designated as color online only. Publication charges and reprint charges will be invoiced separately, after publication of the article.

Of course, APS continues to make available the option of publishing color figures in the online journal only without cost to the authors (provided the figures are submitted according to APS guidelines). Please refer to http://authors.stellexms.com/tips.html for more information about color online only.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Bruce Shore Assumes Position as RMP Colloquia Editor

April 1, 2006

It is a pleasure to announce the appointment of Bruce Shore, recently retired from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as the Colloquia Editor of Reviews of Modern Physics. Bruce is a highly respected theorist studying coherent atomic excitations. He is replacing Anthony Starace who is retiring after ten years of service to Reviews of Modern Physics.

Achim Richter

Martin Blume

Stanley G. Brown

Editor

Editor-in-Chief

Editorial Director

Reviews of Modern Physics

American Physical Society

American Physical Society

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Announcement: Anthony Starace retires

April 1, 2006

Anthony Starace of the University of Nebraska is retiring as the Colloquia Editor of Reviews of Modern Physics (RMP). Tony's ten-year run as Colloquia Editor has closely paralleled George Bertsch's term as senior Editor of RMP, and their retirements mark a major transition in the handling of the journal. Tony's remarkable ability to collect outstanding Colloquia from all areas of physics has helped to solidify RMP's position as the premier physics review journal, and we are grateful for his dedication and effort.

Achim Richter

Martin Blume

Stanley G. Brown

Editor

Editor-in-Chief

Editorial Director

Reviews of Modern Physics

American Physical Society

American Physical Society

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Change in Printing Schedule to Synchronize Online and Print Journals

October 1, 2005

Reviews of Modern Physics is synchronizing the online and print journal so that, beginning in January 2006, the quarterly print issues will contain all papers published online in a given quarter (i.e., 1 January - 31 March, 1 April - 30 June, etc.). Therefore, the first printed 2006 issue will be mailed near the end of April, not in January.

This rearrangement is necessary to avoid citation ambiguities currently caused when articles are published online at the end of one calendar year and appear in print journals dated with the next calendar year.

In the future, issues will be labeled by the quarter in which the articles are published online, rather than the month in which the print issue is distributed; for example, the first issue of the year will now be labeled "papers published January - March," and will be distributed a few weeks after the end of the quarter.

Print subscribers to Volumes 77 and 78 will receive four issues per volume as usual, though the Volume 78 issues will arrive on a later schedule.

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