/Introducing PRX Quantum, a new Physical Review journal (via Qpute.com)

Introducing PRX Quantum, a new Physical Review journal (via Qpute.com)


The field of quantum information science and the development of quantum-enabled technologies has exploded in recent years, with an increasing number of advances in quantum computing and simulation, quantum communication, and quantum sensing reported at conferences and in journal papers each week. The potential for impact on both science and society is tremendous, with promising applications in areas such as materials design, secure encryption, GPS-free navigation, and biomedical imaging.

PRX Quantum represents our continuing commitment to excellence and increasing open access opportunities for researchers and readers at the top level of quality,” said APS Publisher Matthew Salter.

PRX Quantum will publish papers of flexible length and format from all topics relevant to the diverse multidisciplinary quantum information science and technology research communities spanning physics, computer science, mathematics, chemistry, materials, engineering, and technology. Research coverage in the journal will include fundamental and applied results; theoretical and experimental advances, including those in methods and instrumentation; and interdisciplinary and emerging areas.

“Since launching 9 years ago, PRX has become the world’s leading open access multidisciplinary physics journal, thanks to overwhelming support and appreciation from the broader physics community,” said APS Associate Publisher Jeff Lewandowski. “This gives us confidence that with PRX Quantum, and potentially additional PRX-inspired topical titles that reflect the evolution of physics, we will better serve the global scientific community with valued and trusted open access journals of the highest quality and impact.”

Learn more and sign up for updates at journals.aps.org/prxquantum. Follow PRX Quantum on Twitter at @PRX_Quantum.




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