IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics Computational Techniques
Special Section on Women in Computational Physics
The IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics Computational Techniques (IEEE J-MMCT) will publish a Special Section devoted to the Women Researchers in the field of Computational Physics. Authors of all papers led by women researchers relevant to topics of interest of J-MMCT are invited to submit an invited paper to the Special Section, including but not limited to computational science and engineering for acoustics, electromagnetics, mechanics and optics, thermal effects, circuits and devices, materials and tissues, emerging topics in multiscale and multiphysics phenomena in these areas along with problems that include coupled effects.
The submission is accomplished through the ScholarOne Manuscript Central website, in exactly the same way as any other regular IEEE JMMCT submission (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jmmct-ieee).
When you prepare your manuscript you should consult the Instructions for Authors (https://ieee-jmmct.org/information-for-authors/) and follow the IEEE Transactions Word or LaTex Templates available there. Papers not following these templates cannot be accepted into the peer review process.
Please be aware that your contribution should be prepared as any other regular J-MMCT paper, and that it will be evaluated via the same peer-review process. The quality of your contribution must meet the level required for a
publication at the IEEE J-MMCT.
In the unlikely event that the Special Section does not have enough accepted papers, it will be canceled and its
accepted papers will be scheduled for publication in subsequent regular issues of the IEEE JMMCT.
Other submission instructions:
(1) In the pull-down menu for “Manuscript Type”, please select “Women in Computational Physics Special Section”.
(2) The following note should be added to the footnote on the first page of the paper: “This paper is an invited paper for the Special Section of the IEEE J-MMCT on Women in Computational Physics.”
The due date for the paper submission is Oct 1, 2022 (11:59 pm EDT).
If you have any questions, you can contact the Editor-in-Chief (Prof. Costas Sarris at email@example.com), or the Guest Editors:
Oregon State University
Zhi Jackie Yao
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab