Fast Publication in Nuclear and High Energy Physics
Elsevier aims to offer you the fastest possible speed of publication, without compromising on the quality of our peer-review process. This is a promise the editorial and publishing teams work hard to keep.
Current review and production time averages for our Nuclear and High Energy Physics journals* are highlighted below:
first decision in weeks
final decision in weeks
citable online in weeks
|Annals of Physics||9.91||12.57||1.41|
|Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables||16.63||26.90||13.01|
|Journal of High Energy Astrophysics||2.73||5.81||2.39|
|Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A||6.12||12.83||1.81|
|Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B||7.14||12.30||6.83|
|Nuclear Physics, Section A||5.21||8.42||1.25|
|Nuclear Physics, Section B||4.51||7.41||0.85|
|Physics Letters B||5.33||8.74||0.82|
|Physics of the Dark Universe||6.06||10.72||2.43|
Every year we aim to improve the publication speed. It’s just one of the many reasons you should submit your research to one of Elsevier’s Nuclear and High Energy Physics journals.
*The journals featured represent a selection of journals from Nuclear and High Energy Physics.