SciPost has recently been included in the CLOCKSS archive, which is a not-for-profit joint venture between leading academic publishers and research libraries providing a sustainable, geographically distributed archive to ensure long-term survival of scholarly publications for the benefit of the greater global research community.
Come rain, come snow, come hail or sleet, you can trust that SciPost publications will always be available.
SciPost's peer-witnessed refereeing process is rapidly gaining recognition as a top-quality, stringent yet constructive and useful way of implementing peer review. In order to further stimulate our referees and authors to do a professional and timely job, we will from now on provide a citable DOI to the publicly-visible Reports, Author Replies and Contributor Comments, provided the College judges those to be of sufficiently high quality. The work you put into Reports, Replies and Comments will thus find its proper place in the citable scientific record.
Following community requests, we have launched a new Journal for Physics: SciPost Physics Proceedings.
This new Journal aims at providing a high-quality, openly accessible publishing venue for conference/workshop/school proceedings. It follows SciPost's core principles of two-way open access and peer-witnessed refereeing.
Interested in setting up a Proceedings issue? Learn more about the features and procedures by following the link below.
We are pleased to announce the official launch of the SciPost Supporting Partners Board.
The SPB's purpose is to provide the main financial backing to ensure the long-term viability of our operations. Partnership is primarily aimed at funding agencies, universities, libraries, foundations and governments, and provides multiple benefits for minimal costs.
Do communicate this information to your local institution's librarian/open access officer (or send us their contact details).
With this initiative, SciPost is taking the next step in the professionalization of its services for the scientific community.
We are extremely pleased to announce that SciPost Physics has been included in the Directory of Open Access Journals. The DOAJ is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals.
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We are pleased to announce that the second issue of SciPost Physics, consisting of six high-quality papers which have passed our stringent peer-witnessed refereeing process, has now been completed and published online.
We hope you will enjoy the papers in this issue, and use this opportunity to wish you a very productive and prosperous 2017.
The inaugural issue of our first Journal, SciPost Physics, has now been completed. It consists of ten high-quality papers in theoretical and experimental physics.
We hope you will enjoy the papers in this issue, and we look forward to receiving your submissions in the future.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the first experimental physics paper in SciPost Physics. Authored by A. Bayerle, P. Vlaar, S. Tzanova, B. Pasquiou and F. Schreck, it features a frequency-shifted feedback laser with many potential applications, especially in metrology.
The paper is citable as SciPost Phys. 1(1) 002 (2016).
The very first SciPost publication has now appeared: a study of a quench problem in the 1d Bose gas by L. Piroli, P. Calabrese and F. H. L. Essler.
This paper is citable as SciPost Phys. 1(1), 001 (2016).