Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics
Founded by Keller, Jürgen U.
Editor-in-Chief: Hoffmann, Karl Heinz
Managing Editor: Prehl, Janett / Schwalbe, Karsten
Ed. by Michaelides, Efstathios E. / Rubi, J. Miguel
Editorial Board Member: Ahlborn, Boye / Andresen, Bjarne / Badescu, Viorel / Bedeaux, Dick / Bejan, Adrian / Brüggemann, Dieter / Buchholz, Rainer / Cimmelli, Vito Antonio / Dinkelacker, Friedrich / Do, Duong / Fox, Ronald F. / Groll, Manfred / Gross, Joachim / Jou Mirabent, David / Kabelac, S. / Kalliadasis, Serafim / Kjelstrup, S. / Kizilova, Natalya / Kollmann, W. / Lebon, Georgy / Maugin, G. A. / Muschik, Wolfgang / Papenfuss, Christina / Raffa, Robert B. / Ricard, Jacques / Scholl, Stephan / Sieniutycz, Stanislaw / Stark, Holger / Steinchen, Annie / Van, Peter / Velarde, M.G. / Verhas, Jozsef / Stockar, Urs / Winter, Roland / Zaman, Muhammad
IMPACT FACTOR increased in 2014: 1.667
Rank 16 out of 55 in category Thermodynamics and 45 out of 137 in Mechanics in the 2014 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report/Science Edition
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2014: 0.459
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2014: 0.700
Impact per Publication (IPP) 2014: 1.056
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Aims and Scope
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The Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics serves as an international publication organ for new ideas, insights and results on non-equilibrium phenomena in science, engineering and related natural systems. The central aim of the journal is to provide a bridge between science and engineering and to promote scientific exchange on
• newly observed non-equilibrium phenomena
• analytic or numeric modeling for their interpretation
• vanguard methods to describe non-equilibrium phenomena.
The journal addresses mechanical, chemical, and biochemical engineers, physicists, chemists and applied mathematicians, as well as computational scientists. Contributions should - among others - present novel approaches to analyzing, modeling and optimizing processes of engineering relevance such as transport processes of mass, momentum and energy, separation of fluid phases, reproduction of living cells, or energy conversion. The journal is particularly interested in contributions which add to the basic understanding of non-equilibrium phenomena in science and engineering, with systems of interest ranging from the macro to the nano level.
The journal publishes scholarly research papers, invited review articles, educational papers, short communications, and “comment-and-reply-notes” on papers already published.
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The Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics has recently expanded its scope to place new emphasis on theoretical and experimental investigations of non-equilibrium phenomena in thermophysical, chemical, biochemical and abstract model systems of engineering relevance. We are therefore pleased to invite submissions which present newly observed non-equilibrium phenomena, analytic or fuzzy models for their interpretation, or new methods for their description. Topics of high priority are:
- soft matter
- biomolecular fluids
- fuzzy systems
- soft computing models.
For more information on these (non-exclusive) topics, the reader is kindly invited to refer to the Editor's Note, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 27 (2002), pp. 1–3.
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Karl Heinz Hoffmann
Institut für Physik
E. E. Michaelides, San Antonio, U.S.A.
Miguel Rubi, Barcelona, Spain
Assistant Managing Editors
Janett Prehl & Karsten Schwalbe, Chemnitz, Germany
Editorial Advisory Board
B. Andresen, Copenhagen, Denmark
V. Badescu, Bucharest, Romania
A. Bejan, Durham, U.S.A.
D. Brüggemann, Bayreuth, Germany
R. Buchholz, Erlangen, Germany
V.A. Cimmelli, Potenza, Italy
F. Dinkelmacker, Hannover, Germany
D. D. Do, Brisbane, Australia
M. Groll, Stuttgart, Germany
J. Gross, Delft, The Netherlands
S. Kabelac, Hannover, Germany
S. Kalliadasis, London, UK
S. Kjelstrup, Trondheim, Norway
D. Jou, Barcelona, Spain
G. Lebon, Liège, Belgium
G. A. Maugin, Paris, France
R. B. Raffa, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
M. Rubi, Barcelona, Spain
S. Scholl, Braunschweig, Germany
A. Steinchen, Marseille, France
P. Ván, Budapest, Hungary
J. Verhás, Budapest, Hungary
U. von Stockar, Lausanne, Switzerland
H. Struchtrup, Victoria, Canada
R. Winter, Dortmund, Germany
M. H. Zaman, Austin, U.S.A.
B. Ahlborn, Vancouver, Canada
D. Bedeaux, Leiden, The Netherlands
R. Fox, Atlanta, U.S.A.
J.U. Keller, Siegen, Germany
N. Kizilova, Kharkov, Ukraine
W. Kollmann, Davis, U.S.A.
W. Muschik, Berlin, Germany
J. Ricard, Paris, France
S. Sieniutycz, Warsaw, Poland
M. G. Velarde, Madrid, Spain