“Ask-me anything” with the Physical Review Editors
The Physical Review Editorial Team will give a short presentation, followed by an opportunity for us to ask or give feedback on publishing with them.
The Physical Review journals published by APS have served as the bedrock of physics research for a long time. Technological developments and a changing publishing landscape are posing challenges to long-held publishing traditions. Join this editorial session and get answers to your questions about publishing in physics from the editors for Physical Review E, Physical Review Letters and Physical Review X.
Dario Corradini (PRX) received his Ph.D. in computational physics from University Roma Tre, Italy. He did his postdoctoral research at Boston University and as a CNRS research fellow at Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris) and at École Normale Supérieure. His research interests include theoretical statistical physics of complex liquids and ionic materials, as well as biological and environmental physics.
Samindranath (Sami)Mitra (PRL) received his Ph.D. at Indiana University (Bloomington) in 1994, where he worked on certain theoretical aspects of the quantum Hall effect. After a stint working on chemical physics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, Sami arrived at Physical Review Letters. He handles papers on mainly transport properties in semiconductors, 2D materials, and mesoscopic systems.
Serena Bradde (PRE) received her Ph.D. from SISSA in Trieste, Italy. She did postdoctoral research at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (NYC), the Institut Pasteur (France), and the CUNY (NYC). She joined Physical Review E in 2016. Her expertise is in theoretical statistical and biological physics and complex systems.