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Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Award

susc90For excellent research in Surface Science

Young surface science researchers (less than 6 years since their PhD), with no restrictions to nationality or home institution, are invited to apply for the "Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Award". Read more »

Surface Science

susc90Surface Science deals exclusively with fundamental experimental and theoretical studies in the physics and chemistry of surfaces... Read more »

Outstanding Invited Critical Review Article in Thin Solid Films Text

tsf90"Atomistic Basis for Continuum Growth Equation: Description of Morphological Evolution of GaAs During Molecular Beam Epitaxy" by T. Tiedje and A. Ballestad. Read More »

Surface Science Reports

tsf90Surface Science Reports contains invited review papers on the properties of surfaces and interfaces of metals, semiconductors and insulators... Read more »

Applied Surface Science

apsusc90Applied Surface Science is concerned with applied physics and chemistry of surfaces and interfaces and with the atomistic description of processing, modification and characterization of surfaces, interfaces and thin films... Read more »

Progress in Surface Science

progsurf90Progress in Surface Science papers are aimed at surface scientists and cover various aspects of surface science... Read more »

Free Access to 'Physics Procedia' Online Journal

procediaPhysics Procedia is an e-only journal focussed on publishing high quality conference proceedings. Enabling fast dissemination in a dedicated online issue on ScienceDirect, which will then be made freely available worldwide. Read more »


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