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X-Acoustics: Imaging and Sensing

Photoacoustics, Thermoacoustics, Magnetoacoustics

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Emerging Science

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    X acoustics: Imaging and sensing is closed for submissions since June , 2016.

    X Acoustics: Imaging and Sensing represents the first journal in the field and is devoted to scholarly research in all areas encompassing but are not limited to photoacoustics, thermoacoustics and magnetoacoustics. It is an international forum for the dissemination of ideas across a wide range of disciplines including engineering, physics, mathematics, chemistry, nanomaterials, computational scientists, biology and medicine.

    X Acoustics: Imaging and Sensing aims at enhancing the communication of high quality research and facilitating the collaboration of scientists from all these different disciplines.

    Aims and Scope

    Why subscribe and read

    X Acoustics: Imaging and Sensing is a forum for the publication of significant improvements and novel methods in the field of photoacoustics, thermoacoustics and magnetoacoustics. This open access publication is aimed at a broad, interdisciplinary audience of academic, industry, and clinical researchers actively involved in laboratory and clinical practices. It serves as a hub integrating various research communities that are interested in the most recent advances in photoacoustics, thermoacoustics and magnetoacoustics.

    Why submit

    X Acoustics: Imaging and Sensing is unique in its focus with no other journals dedicated to publishing in this area. The journal publishes primary research papers as well as overviews of recent technical and methodological developments. High quality of the journal is promoted by careful selection of the articles and review by top experts in the field. The journal also provides free language-correction services for authors from non-English speaking regions.

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    Editorial Information

    Journal Editor
    Huabei Jiang, University of Florida, USA

    Associate Editor
    Daqing Piao, Oklahoma State University, USA
    Yuanjin Zheng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    Editorial Advisory Board
    Paul R. Carney, University of Florida, USA
    Gerald J. Diebold, Brown University, USA
    Stephen R. Grobmyer, Cleveland Clinic, USA
    Michael C. Kolios, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
    Andreas Mandelis, University of Toronto, Canada
    William M. Whelan, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
    Ruikang Wang, University of Washington, USA
    Brian C. Wilson, University of Toronto, Canada
    Da Xing, South China Normal University, China
    Lily Yang, Emory University, USA
    Arjun Yodh, University of Pennsylvania, USA

    Assistant Editors
    Lin Huang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Dan Wu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China 

    Language Editors
    Rachel Speisman, University of Florida, USA
    Vikram Munikoti, University of Florida, USA

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    Editorial Contact
    Huabei Jiang

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