The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community to innovate for a better tomorrow through its more than 420,000 members in over 160 countries, and its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. IEEE is the trusted “voice” for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe.
The IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) originated in 1949 as the Professional Group on Nuclear Science within the IRE. At about the same time, the AIEE formed two committees, one on nucleonics, the other on nucleonic and radiation instruments. In 1963, the IRE and AIEE merged to form the IEEE. This resulted in the creation of the Nuclear Science Group. In 1972, Plasma Science was added and the group was promoted to a society. The NPSS is composed of eight technical committees, and a Transnational Committee, with a common interest in advancing nuclear and plasma sciences. NPSS covers the fields of Fusion Technology, Nuclear Medical and Imaging Sciences, Particle Accelerator Science and Technology, Pulsed Power Systems, Radiation Effects, Radiation Instrumentation, Plasma Sciences and Applications, Standards for Nuclear Instruments and Detectors, and Computer Applications in Nuclear and Plasma Sciences.
Atoms (ISSN 2218-2004) is an international and cross-disciplinary scholarly journal of scientific studies related to all aspects of the atom. The scope of Atoms is deliberately wide and encompasses a large part of theoretical and experimental atomic, molecular, nuclear, and chemical physics in order to encourage cross-disciplinary connections, while supporting the more traditional idea of individual subfields. The journal is also interested in papers concerning the computation and compilation of data related to applications in the above areas. Details of experimental methods and codes are welcome. The journal is covered by major databases, including Scopus (Elsevier), Astrophysics Data System (ADS), Web of Science Core Collections (ESCI, Clarivate Analytics).
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