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Virtual Journal of Atomic Quantum Fluids

This month marks the launch of the first issue of the Virtual Journal of Atomic Quantum Fluids (VJAQF). This is the sixth and latest in the series of Virtual Journals (VJs) co-published by the American Physical Society (APS) and the American Institute of Physics (AIP).

VJAQF is intended to encompass all of the new developments in the study of novel quantum fluids and many-body systems using ultracold atoms. These include Bose-Einstein condensates, degenerate Fermi gases, and ultracold atoms in optical lattices. Several specific aspects of atomic quantum fluids are covered in dedicated sections : multi-component systems, topological excitations, collisional properties and few-body physics, atom optics, and experimental and theoretical developments. The scope of the VJ also encompasses aspects of non-degenerate many-body physics that should be of interest to researchers in the field of atomic quantum fluids.

As with the other APS-AIP VJs, the contents of the VJ are selected from a set of 90 source journals from 19 publishers, with the final selection of articles made by the VJ editors. For each article, the abstracts are freely available within the VJ environment, with links to guide the reader to the full text on the publisher’s platform. In general, those who do not have access to full text articles via subscriptions to the source journal can purchase individual articles from the publisher.

You will also find free alerting tools such as emailed tables of contents and RSS feeds of new issue contents ; VJAQF is also freely searchable.

To visit VJAQF, please go to http://www.vjaqf.org.

Voir en ligne : VJAQF