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Novel Superconducting Materials

Editor-in-Chief: Bianconi, Antonio

Ed. by Awana, V.P.S.

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    The journal Novel superconducting materials has been closed since the beginning of the 2019.

    Research on the design and synthesis of new superconductors has been active over the past decade with the discoveries of several new materials such as iron-based superconductors, magnesium diboride, and more recently organic superconductors (e.g., alkali metal intercalated picene) showing that this is a very “hot” field in solid state physics and chemistry. The number of publications about new materials and new phenomena is growing rapidly and Novel Superconducting Materials aims at becoming reference point for novel and important contributions in this field and the primary forum for the researchers working on the topic covered by this publication.

    Aims and Scope

    Why subscribe and read

    Novel Superconducting Materials [NSM] is the international journal dedicated to the most important advances in the field of novel superconducting materials. NSM features major developments of structural, electronic, magnetic, chemical, thermodynamic, optical properties, and theoretical modeling of new superconducting materials. For readers provides the central and most authoritative publication in the field of novel superconducting materials providing, through the Open Access Model a timely access to its target audience.
    Topics include, but are not limited to:

    • Iron-based Superconductors,
    • Organic Superconductors,
    • Carbon-based materials,
    • Chemical Doping Effects on superconductivity,
    • New Materials,
    • Physical and Chemical Properties of New Superconducting Materials,
    • Material synthesis,
    • Heterostructures,
    • Thin Films,
    • Practical Applications.

    Why submit

    Novel Superconducting Materials [NSM] is attractive to authors due to its fast and comprehensive peer-review. The central goal of NSM is to serve as a broad spectrum platform for exchanging ideas, and to facilitate collaboration among researchers from all over the world. We are guided by prominent scholars in our Advisory Board, and target high quality submissions from productive and published scholars in the field.

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    Type of Publication:
    Researchers and engineers interested in design and synthesis of new superconductors.

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    Instructions for Authors

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    Editorial Information

    Antonio Bianconi, Rome International Center for Materials Science Superstripes RICMASS, Italy

    Journal Editor
    V.P.S. Awana, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India

    Associate Editor
    Thomas Maier, University of TN, Knoxville, USA
    Yoshikazu Mizuguchi, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
    Xiaolin Wang, Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials, The University of Wollongong, Australia

    Editorial Advisory Board
    Lilia Boeri, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany
    Pietro Carretta, University of Pavia, Italy
    Xianhui Chen, Hefei National Laboratory, China
    Pengcheng Dai, University of Tennessee, USA
    Hugo Keller, Universitaet Zuerich-Irchel, Switzerland
    Yoshihiro Kubozono, Research Laboratory for Surface Science, Okayama University, Japan
    Kazuhiko Kuroki, Osaka University, Japan
    Serena Margadonna, University of Oslo, Norway
    Paolo Postorino, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Italy
    Kosmas Prassides, Durham University, UK
    Gianni Profeta, Physics Department University of L'Aquila, Italy
    Athena S. Sefat, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
    Zhixiang Shi, Southeast University, Nanjing, China

    Assistant Editor
    Takeshi Nakagawa, Oslo University, Norway

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    Editorial Contact
    V.P.S. Awana

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