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国际期刊《极端条件下的物质与辐射》 获得第一个JCR影响因子


国际期刊《极端条件下的物质与辐射》
获得第一个JCR影响因子

撰稿人:MRE编辑部

近日,科睿唯安 (原汤森路透知识产权与科技事业部)发布了2019年度《期刊引证报告》(简称JCR)Matter and Radiation at Extremes (《极端条件下的物质与辐射》,以下简称MRE) 获得了创刊以来的第一个影响因子——2.931,在SCIE收录的85种综合物理期刊中排第25 (Q2)


MRE期刊JCR影响因子

MRE期刊由中国工程物理研究院主管,北京应用物理与计算数学研究所联合中物院流体物理研究所、中物院激光聚变研究中心和中物院科技信息中心共同主办。期刊主要报道极端条件下物质与辐射研究领域的理论、实验与应用研究的重要成果和最新进展,旨在提供一个高水平的、中国具有话语权的极端科学领域重大成果发布与交流平台,促进领域先进知识成果的国际传播与利用。

在张维岩主编的策划和推动下,在各主办单位的共同努力下,MRE2016年正式创刊。创刊初期期刊就定位为“创办一本极端条件下物质与辐射这一领域的国际一流综合科技期刊”,并为此组建了由国际一流专家组成的编委会,制定了严格的审稿流程和高标准的稿件接受要求。截至目前,MRE已发表全球学者优秀稿件近两百篇,获得了超过二十万次的全球下载和800余次的SCI引用。2018年先后被国际最大开放获取期刊目录DOAJ、国际知名检索系统ScopusESCI收录,2019年被SCIE正式收录。2019年成功与物理领域国际最知名的学协会出版商之一——AIP出版公司合作。

为了给科研人员们打造一流的国际交流与合作平台,为了及时准确地捕获相关领域最新研究动向并紧扣科研的时代脉搏,MRE2016年起每年主办以期刊命名的国际学术会议——极端条件下的物质与辐射国际会议(ICMRE)。ICMRE系列会议成功地汇聚了全球众多高水平专家学者,集中地展示了在极端条件下的物质与辐射领域的国际最新进展,积极地推动了国际间的学术交流与合作。

MRE主编张维岩院士认为,MRE面向的是一个国际快速发展的、以大科学装置为重要平台的前沿交叉学科领域,在这里人类不断突破极限,无论是实现聚变“人造太阳”、超级激光撕裂真空,还是摘下金属氢“圣杯,必将产生许多激动人心的重大科学发现。他表示,MRE迎来首个影响因子,正是当今人类在极端条件下物质与辐射这一科技领域蓬勃发展的最好见证。

共主编毛河光院士也对期刊寄予厚望:极端条件改变所有的物质和能量,冲击包括物理、化学、材料、地学、生物等所有的科学领域。犹如NatureScience,其方向和读者群广阔无垠。追求极端,犹如PRLJACSCell推进每个领域的创新前沿,又可以非常专精。MRE兼具这两类期刊的优势,如能融汇二者之长,广揽顶尖稿件,严格评审;又以推动尖端科技为己任,全面开放获取,前途十分光明。

AIP出版公司出版总监 Jason Wilde也对期刊发来了贺电:“《极端条件下的物质与辐射》(MRE) SCIE收录,并且收到它的第一个影响因子——2.931AIP 出版公司为此非常激动!自从我们与中国工程物理研究院的出版部门建立合作关系以来,我们已经帮助扩大了其一流开放存取期刊 MRE 的全球影响力,来稿量增加超过100% ,全文下载量增长逾85%AIP MRE 提供了从收稿到出版发布的全套出版服务,其中还包括专业方向专家的语言编辑。”

展望未来,MRE必将一如既往地秉持服务科研,助力科研的理念,与她的作者们、读者们一起去探究极端条件下物质与辐射物理世界中那令人震撼的美妙与绚烂,为科技圣殿倾心奉献一本“有深度、有温度、有灵度的国际一流期刊。

北京应用物理与计算数学研究所发表在MRE期刊上的文章:

1

First demonstration of improving laser propagation inside the spherical hohlraums by using the cylindrical laser entrance hole

Wenyi Huo, Zhichao Li, Dong Yang, Ke Lan, Jie Liu, Guoli Ren, Sanwei Li, Zhiwen Yang, Liang Guo, Lifei Hou, Xuefei Xie, Yukun Li, Keli Deng, Zheng Yuan, Xiayu Zhan, Guanghui Yuan, Haijun Zhang, Baibin Jiang, Lizhen Huang, Kai Du, Runchang Zhao, Ping Li, Wei Wang, Jingqin Su, Yongkun Ding, Xiantu He and Weiyan Zhang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 2 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.02.001

2

Progress in octahedral spherical hohlraum study

Ke Lan, Jie Liu, Zhichao Li, Xufei Xie, Wenyi Huo, Yaohua Chen, Guoli Ren, Chunyang Zheng, Dong Yang, Sanwei Li, Zhiwen Yang, Liang Guo, Shu Li, Mingyu Zhang, Xiaoying Han, Chuanlei Zhai, Lifei Hou, Yukun Li, Keli Deng, Zheng Yuan, Xiayu Zhan, Feng Wang, Guanghui Yuan, Haijun Zhang, Bobin Jiang, Lizhen Huang, Wei Zhang, Kai Du, Runchang Zhao, Ping Li, Wei Wang, Jingqin Su, Xuewei Deng, Dongxia Hu, Wei Zhou, Huaiting Jia, Yongkun Ding, Wanguo Zheng and Xiantu He

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 8 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.01.003

3

Validation for equation of state in wide regime: Copper as prototype

Haifeng Liu, Haifeng Song, Qili Zhang, Gongmu Zhang and Yanhong Zhao

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 123 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.03.002

4

Dynamics of N5+-H electron capture in Debye plasmas

L. Liu and J.G. Wang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 114 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.03.001

5

Theoretical and numerical research of wire array Z-pinch and dynamic hohlraum at IAPCM

Ning Ding, Yang Zhang, Delong Xiao, Jiming Wu, Zihuan Dai, Li Yin, Zhiming Gao, Shunkai Sun, Chuang Xue, Cheng Ning, Xiaojian Shu and Jianguo Wang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 135 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.06.001

6

Review of quantum collision dynamics in Debye plasmas

R.K. Janev, Songbin Zhang and Jianguo Wang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 237 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.10.002

7

Generation of a sharp density increase in radiation transport between high-Z and low-Z plasmas

Guangwei Meng, Jianguo Wang, Xuerong Wang, Jinghong Li and Weiyan Zhang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 249 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.09.001

8

Energy loss of an energetic Ga ion in hot Au plasmas

Bin He, Xujun Meng and Jianguo Wang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 1, 257 (2016); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.10.003

9

Non-equilibrium between ions and electrons inside hot spots from National Ignition Facility experiments

Zhengfeng Fan, Yuanyuan Liu, Bin Liu, Chengxin Yu, Ke Lan and Jie Liu

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 3 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.11.003

10

Effects of mode coupling between low-mode radiation flux asymmetry and intermediate-mode ablator roughness on ignition capsule implosions

Jianfa Gu, Zhensheng Dai, Shiyang Zou, Wenhua Ye, Wudi Zheng, Peijun Gu and Shaoping Zhu

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 9 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.09.002

11

Analysis of hohlraum energetics of the SG series and the NIF experiments with energy balance model

Guoli Ren, Jie Liu, Wenyi Huo and Ke Lan

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 22 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.11.002

12

P2 asymmetry of Au's M-band flux and its smoothing effect due to high-Z ablator dopants

Yongsheng Li, Chuanlei Zhai, Guoli Ren, Jianfa Gu, Wenyi Huo, Xujun Meng, Wenhua Ye, Ke Lan and Weiyan Zhang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 69 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2016.12.001

13

First experimental comparisons of laser-plasma interactions between spherical and cylindrical hohlraums at SGIII laser facility

Yaohua Chen, Zhichao Li, Xufei Xie, Chunyang Zheng, Chuanlei Zhai, Liang Hao, Dong Yang, Wenyi Huo, Guoli Ren, Jie Liu, Xiaoshi Peng, Tao Xu, Yulong Li, Sanwei Li, Zhiwen Yang, Liang Guo, Lifei Hou, Yonggang Liu, Huiyue Wei, Xiangming Liu, Weiyi Cha, Yukun Li, Keli Deng, Zheng Yuan, Xiayu Zhan, Haijun Zhang, Baibin Jiang, Wei Zhang, Kai Du, Xuewei Deng, Yongkun Ding, Xiaofeng Wei, Wanguo Zheng, Xiaodong Chen, Xiantu He and Ke Lan

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 77 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2017.01.001

14

Formation of Field Reversed Configuration (FRC) on the Yingguang-I device

Qizhi Sun, Xianjun Yang, Yuesong Jia, Lulu Li, Dongfan Fang, Xiaoming Zhao, Weidong Qin, Zhengfen Liu, Wei Liu, Jun Li, Yuan Chi and Xiaoguang Wang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 2, 263 (2017); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2017.07.003

15

Intensities and shifts of Lyman and Balmer lines of hydrogen-like ions in high density plasmas

G.P. Zhao, L. Liu, J.G. Wang, R.K. Janev and J. Yan

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 3, 300 (2018); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mre.2018.07.001

16

Progress in optical Thomson scattering diagnostics for ICF gas-filled hohlraums

Hang Zhao, Zhichao Li, Dong Yang, Xin Li, Yaohua Chen, Xiaohua Jiang, Yonggang Liu, Tao Gong, Liang Guo, Sanwei Li, Qi Li, Feng Wang, Shenye Liu, Jiamin Yang, Shaoen Jiang, Wanguo Zheng, Baohan Zhang and Yongkun Ding

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 4, 055201 (2019); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5090971

17

Recent research progress of laser plasma interactions in Shenguang laser facilities

Tao Gong, Liang Hao, Zhichao Li, Dong Yang, Sanwei Li, Xin Li, Liang Guo, Shiyang Zou, Yaoyuan Liu, Xiaohua Jiang, Xiaoshi Peng, Tao Xu, Xiangming Liu, Yulong Li, Chunyang Zheng, Hongbo Cai, Zhanjun Liu, Jian Zheng, Zhebin Wang, Qi Li, Ping Li, Rui Zhang, Ying Zhang, Fang Wang, Deen Wang, Feng Wang, Shenye Liu, Jiamin Yang, Shaoen Jiang, Baohan Zhang and Yongkun Ding

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 4, 055202 (2019); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5092446

18

Analysis of electromagnetic pulses generation from laser coupling with polymer targets: Effect of metal content in target

Yadong Xia, Feng Zhang, Hongbo Cai, Weimin Zhou, Chao Tian, Bo Zhang, Dongxiao Liu, Tao Yi, Yilin Xu, Feng Wang, Tingshuai Li and Shaoping Zhu

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 5, 017401 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5114663

19

Recent diagnostic developments at the 100 kJ-level laser facility in China

Feng Wang, Shaoen Jiang, Yongkun Ding, Shenye Liu, Jiamin Yang, Sanwei Li, Tianxuan Huang, Zhurong Cao, Zhenghua Yang, Xin Hu, Wenyong Miao, Jiyan Zhang, Zhebin Wang, Guohong Yang, Rongqing Yi, Qi Tang, Longyu Kuang, Zhichao Li, Dong Yang, Yulong Li, Xiaoshi Peng, Kuan Ren and Baohan Zhang

Matter and Radiation at Extremes 5, 035201 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5129726