Invited speakersThe invited speakers are invited to submit a manuscript for the special issue of either Plasma Sources Science and Technology (PSST) or Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP), both of which are published by IOP Publishing. PSST accepts original full papers (research papers), while JJAP accepts original full papers (regular papers) as well as reviews (progress reviews). Please take note of the different scopes of the two journals when making your choice.
JJAP recognizes speakers in satellite workshops as invited speakers and accepts their manuscripts.
Contributed presentersThe presenters of contributed for oral or poster presentations are invited to submit an original full paper for the special issue of JJAP, but not for the special issue of PSST. The publication charge of the contributed presenters is 20,000 JPY. All accepted papers in the special issue of JJAP will be freely available to public for one year.
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Deadline for submissions
30 September 2019
(New deadline for JJAP: 31 October 2019)
Information of the special issue of JJAPSubmission site: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jjaps-jsap
Choose "Plasma Processing" from the list in "Select Special Issue".
In "Conference program number", type program number, like [OR15AM-A10], if your presentation was in ICPIG/ICRP. If your presentation was in satellite workshops, type "workshop".
No "Brief Note" is accepted for the special issue.
Authors are requested to read the policy on "Submission of original JJAP papers based on contents already published in conference proceedings, extended abstracts, or the likes" carefully before paper submission.
The link for the template (both for regular paper and progress review):
Manuscript types in the special issue of JJAP
Progress Reviews: Progress Reviews provide concise, efficient overviews covering the latest progresses in a specific research area of applied physics. It can include or be largely based on the recent results from the author(s). Manuscripts should be written as concisely as possible although no limitation on length is specified. Abstract should be no more than 150 words.
Regular Papers: A Regular Paper is an original paper with comprehensive, detailed descriptions of the research work, presenting a fully developed discussion on the results obtained in relevant fields of applied physics. It must provide sufficient and self-contained information to ensure the repeatability of experiments and analyses by readers. There is no length limit. The expected number of references is approximately more than 30. No upper or lower limit is specified.