|The Editorial Office, physica status solidi's (pss') executive and communicative hub, is located in Berlin, Germany. Please use the Online Submission Systems according to the 'Author Guidelines' and 'For referees' pages to submit manuscripts and reports to us. Participants of special projects and conferences should contact the Guest Editors directly. For all other inquiries please write to the following Editorial Office addresses or check the Editorial Team below to find your contact person. If you wish to contact an Editorial Board member directly, please refer to the Editorial Board page. For publisher, marketing and copyright permissions information see below.|
|Editorial office email@example.com||Telephone||+49 (0) 30 / 47 03 13 31|
|Editorial office pss (RRL)||firstname.lastname@example.org||FAX||+49 (0) 30 / 47 03 13 34|
(material for accepted articles,
galley proofs, reprints etc.)
|physica status solidi|
WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
10245 Berlin, Germany
(individual manuscripts & reports)
|Stefan Hildebrandt (Editor-in-Chief)|
Stefan Hildebrandt has been Managing Editor of the physica status solidi journals from 2000–2012 and their Editor-in-Chief since 2013. Moreover, he is Editor-in-Chief of Annalen der Physik since 2014. He has been with the Editorial Office at Wiley-VCH in Berlin since 1999. Previously he studied and worked at the Universities of Halle (Germany) (Ph.D., 1988), Moscow and Cork (Ireland). He is a solid state physicist with main background in semiconductor and surface physics. His main tasks include the organization of peer-review and special issues as well as article acquisition for the journals.
|Sabine Bahrs (Deputy Editor)|
Sabine is a solid state physicist who studied at the University of Manchester (then Institute of Science and Technology), UK, and the Technical University Berlin, Germany. She obtained a Ph.D. for her research on optical spectroscopy and high-temperature superconductors and joined the Editorial Office of pss after a post-doc in 2006. Over the following years she was responsible for several pss sister journals in turn and is currently the series editor of pss (b). Her tasks encompass peer-review editing and working with guest editors on special issues.
|Nadezda Panarina (Editor)|
Nadezda studied physics at the Kazan State University (Russia) and obtained a Ph.D. for her research in the field of high-temperature superconductivity and radio-frequency spectroscopy. During her postdoctoral research as a Marie-Curie fellow she worked on electrical and thermal transport in low-dimensional magnetic systems at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research in Dresden (Germany). Nadezda joined Wiley in 2014 as an Editor of physica status solidi.
|Till von Graberg (Editor pss (a))|
Till von Graberg received his diploma from the University of Marburg, completing his research towards a diploma thesis jointly at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam-Golm. He obtained his PhD at the University of Gießen and joined Wiley in 2012.
|Yan Li (Editor pss (a))|
Yan obtained his Ph.D. in chemistry from Tsinghua University in 2009. He subsequently carried out postdoctoral study focusing on the modification of semiconductor surface in University of Houston as well as Wageningen University. He joined Wiley in 2012, first in the editorial group of Small and since 2013 as an editor for physica status solidi. Yan is based in Beijing.
|Lulu Ma (Editor pss (a))|
Lulu Ma earned her B.Eng. from Beijing University of Chemical Technology and her PhD in nanotechnology from Rice University. She joined Wiley in 2015.
|Matteo Cavalleri (Consulting Editor)|
Matteo studied Chemistry at the University of Milan (Italy) and University of Valencia (Spain) before obtaining his Ph.D. in Chemical Physics at Stockholm University (Sweden) with a thesis entitled “Local Structure of Hydrogen Bonded Liquids”. After a 3 years experience at the Theory Department of the Fritz-Haber-Institut in Berlin (Germany) as an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral research fellow, he joined physica status solidi in August 2008 and is now Editor of pss (b). After an experience as Associate Editor of the Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics he moved on to become the Editor-in-Chief of the Int. Journal of Quantum Chemistry in October 2011. Matteo is based in the Wiley Headquarter in Hoboken (USA).
|Heike Höpcke (Technical Editor)|
Heike is responsible for coordinating the workflows between authors of accepted manuscripts, copy editors, typesetters, and printers for pss(b) and pss(RRL). This includes handling of the source Word and LaTeX files, checking the page proofs and proof corrections, as well as assembling the issues. For pss(a) she is responsible for all concerns related to issue compilation. Heike studied Mathematics and Physics at the Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. She joined the pss team in 1996.
|Irina Juschak (Technical Editor)|
Irina's main responsibility is coordinating the production of Proceedings issues of pss(c) between the organizers/authors and the typesetters/printers, including full accepted manuscript handling and communication in case of problems and workflow details. Authors and Proceedings organizers may know her from the e-mails clarifying publication details, and as a contact person for questions and orders concerning reprints, issue copies, PDF files, invoices, etc. Furthermore, Irina handles the articles of pss(a) from acceptance until Early View publication. Irina studied Crystallography at the Humboldt University of Berlin and joined the Editorial Office in 1975. She has been the Journal Production Editor of pss(c) since 2003.
|Julia Hübner (Editorial Assistance and Project Editor)|
Julia´s responsibilities include the administration of our online submission and refereeing system for conferences and special projects (ScholarOne Manuscripts). She provides technical support for the Guest Editors and also assists the editorial staff in handling the proceedings. Moreover, she supports the editorial staff as well as authors and referees of regular submissions to physica status solidi, where her tasks include the screening of newly uploaded, incoming manuscripts, support in case of problems with the regular online submission system (Editorial Manager), response to author queries and correspondence with referees. She is also responsible for the observance of deadlines and for reminding authors and referees accordingly. Julia joined the team in 2005.
|Dietmar Reichelt (Web Editor)|
Dietmar takes care of the homepages at Wiley Online Library of the physica status solidi's Journals, as well as all other journals from the department Physics, Mathematics and Materials Science.
Dietmar studied information technology at the Technical University Dresden.