- Review of Scientific Instruments welcomes a new Associate Editor, Xinghua Lu
• The Editor is happy to announce that Prof. Xinghua Lu took up duties as a new Associate Editor on May 1, 2012. He is Professor and Deputy Director of the State Key Laboratory for Surface Physics at the Institute of Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and directs a research group there. Read More
- Editor’s Choice on ICIS 2011
• See Feb '12 Issue for Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Ion Sources.
• The RSI editors have selected a few of many notable papers in this conference and featured in the 2011 ICIS Editors' Choice collection.
- Thanks to the Reviewers
The editors and authors express their deep appreciation to the outstanding and exceptional referees for their conscientious efforts ensuring the consistent, high quality of the research papers submitted to and/or published in Review of Scientific Instruments during 2011. Read More
- Review of Scientific Instruments is adding new features to the journal website: Check out the “Most Read” and “Most Cited” on the journal homepage to find out the most downloaded articles for the month and papers that are most highly cited by other scientific researchers.
- 2012 European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting — Review of Scientific Instruments will be represented by AIP Publishing stand #63 at the European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, 15-17 May, in Strasbourg, France. — Chances to win an iPod® nano. (4 May 2012)
- 2012 MRS Spring Meeting — RSI will be represented by AIP Publishing at the 2012 MRS Spring Meeting, 9–13 April, in San Francisco, California. (30 March 2012)
- Editor’s Choice on ICIS 2011 — A collection of the Editor’s Choice on the selected papers from the Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Ion Sources is now available online. | Read the Research Highlights (30 March 2012)
- Thanks to the Reviewers — The editors and authors express their deep appreciation to the outstanding and exceptional referees for their conscientious efforts ensuring the consistent, high quality of the research papers submitted to and/or published in Review of Scientific Instruments during 2011. Read More (5 March 2012)
- See Feb '12 Issue for Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Ion Sources (1 March 2012)
- APS Annual Meeting: 27 February–2 March—Are you attending this year’s annual APS March meeting? AIP is, and we’re hosting a full schedule of fun starting Sunday evening. Stop by our booth (#101) to compete for XBox dominance and prizes, sign up for important AIP updates with the chance at an iPad 2, and get invitations to exclusive AIP events that week. We hope to see you all there! (1 February 2012)
- AIP Publishing unveils new high profile cover design for its portfolio of journals—For more information and to preview the new AIP journal covers, visit: journals.aip.org. (10 January 2012)
- AIP online journals offer MathJax to display mathematics
To see MathJax in action, visit your favorite Review of Scientific Instruments article and select the Read Online option. Once in the HTML view, go to the navigation bar and turn on MathJax. From there you can copy and paste any equation into your favorite MathML-enabled editor.
Watch the video. (30 November 2011)
- Review of Scientific Instruments is adding new features in the journal website: Check out the “Most Read” and “Most Cited” in the journal homepage to find out the most downloaded articles for the month and papers that are most highly cited by other scientific researchers. (28 November 2011)
- Norman F. Ramsey, the 1989 Nobel Laureate in Physics and inventor of many highly-influential instruments and techniques, died on Friday, November 4, 2011. Among his other accomplishments, Ramsey's efforts led to the development of the MRI, the atomic clock, and the establishment of Brookhaven National Laboratory. Ramsey also served on the Governing Board of the American Institute of Physics (1980-86), and as the President of the American Physical Society (1978-79). AIP is honored to have published a portion of Dr. Ramsey’s work. (11 November 2011)
- The 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics
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The American Institute of Physics congratulates this year's Nobel Laureates in Physics “for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae.” Sharing half the prize is Saul Perlmutter from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California, Berkeley. Sharing the other half jointly are Brian P. Schmidt from the Australian National University, and Adam G. Riess from Johns Hopkins University and Space Telescope Science Institute. (4 October 2011)
- Review of Scientific Instruments regains spot as second most highly cited journal in Instruments & Instrumentation—Journal metrics just released by Thomson Reuters*, show Review of Scientific Instruments (RSI) to be the second most highly cited journal tracked in the Instruments & Instrumentation category, with 21,869 citations in 2010. Read More
*2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011) (29 June 2011)
- AIP Chinese language site launched: Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the opening of its Beijing office, AIP has launched a Chinese-language version of its website, which gives Chinese researchers access to critical information about AIP in their own language. Read more (17 June 2011)
- Thanks to the following individuals who acted as outstanding and exceptional referees for papers submitted to and/or published in Review of Scientific Instruments during 2010 (9 May 2011)
- Did you know…?—It is now possible to transfer manuscripts between AIP journals*.
If you feel that your manuscript would be appropriate for publication in another of AIP's journals you may request a transfer by email to the handling journal editorial office. (9 May 2011)
*Please note that transferring manuscript files does not guarantee that the manuscript will be considered by the receiving journal. It is only meant to offer the technical facility to allow transfer of manuscript files and correspondence without the inconvenience of having to resubmit from journal to journal.
- We are excited to announce a new partnership with Edanz to provide language editing services to AIP journal authors at reduced rates. Read more (29 March 2011)
- The 14th International Conference on Ion Sources will be held 12–16 September 2011 in Giardini Naxos, Italy. All proceedings of the conference will be published in the February 2012 Issue of Review of Scientific Instruments (RSI). (16 March 2011)
- Visit booth #400 to talk with AIP at APS March Meeting 21–25 March (15 March 2011)
- See Oct '10 Issue for Proceedings of the 18th Topical Conference on High-Temperature Plasma Diagnostics. Read more.
- The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics Announced. Read more | Resources (5 October 2010)
- Congratulations to Nergis Mavalvala, RSI author, recipient of the 2010 MacArthur Fellows grant. (29 September 2010)
- Long-term value from Review of Scientific Instruments (18 June 2010)
- See Feb '10 Issue for Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Ion Sources
(26 February 2010)
- Maglevs for ships - Physics Update | In Press
(12 April 2010)
- NEW! iResearch reader for iPhone and iPod touch
(2 February 2010)
- THE 2009 NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS
- The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009 | AIP papers on ribosome and ribosomal systems
- RSI is the Most Highly Cited Journal....
(11 September 2009)
- Probing Elasticity in Diseased Tissue - Physics Update | Rev. Sci. Instrum. 80, 054303 (2009)
(27 May 2009)
- New method for detecting explosives - Press release | Rev. Sci. Instrum. 80, 035102 (2009)
(4 March 2009)
- Multimedia now available
(26 February 2009)
- See Oct '08 Issue for Proceedings of the 17th Topical Conference on High-Temperature Plasma Diagnostics
(31 October 2008)
- See Feb '08 Issue for Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Ion Sources
(29 February 2008)
- Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters available for author names
(21 January 2009)
- Reduced fees for color in print
(21 January 2009)
AIP Offers Free Online Access OCTOBER 2012 – Nobel Prize Month
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