Physics Access publishes high-quality research in all areas of physics and builds on the strength and prestige of the Journal of Physics series. The journal does not make a subjective assessment on the potential future significance of a paper, instead providing a rapid platform for communicating research that meets high standards of scientific rigour and contributes to the development of knowledge in physics.
All physics-related research is in scope, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies. All types of results can be published, provided they contribute to advancing knowledge in their field, including negative results, null results and replication studies.
Physics Access welcomes submissions of the following article types::
Physics Access operates a double-blind peer review process, in which both the reviewers and the authors do not know their identities.
If an article is not accepted for publication in Physics Access, we may offer the author the opportunity to transfer their submission to other suitable journals for consideration.
Physics Access have a policy of "Zero Tolerance on the Plagiarism". Physics Access checks plagiarism issue through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool.
All submissions will be checked by iThenticate before being sent to reviewers.
Physics Access maintains the highest standards of publication and research ethics. Authors are expected to comply with Physics Access' policy.
Many research funders now require authors to make all data related to their research available in an online repository.
Physics Access is a fully open access journal. Articles are published under a (CC BY) licence (Creative Commons Attribution Licence). Articles are freely available to everyone to read and reuse immediately upon publication, provided attribution to the author is given. Publication is funded by article publication charges (APCs). The APC for Physics Access can be found on the Publication charges page.
We work with our authors to make help their work as easy to discover as possible. Physics Access is currently included in the following abstracting and discovery services: