physica status solidi (b)
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Editor: Stefan Hildebrandt (Editor-in-Chief), Sabine Bahrs (Series Editor)
Online ISSN: 1521-3951
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|Stefan Hildebrandt (Managing Editor)|
Stefan Hildebrandt, Managing Editor of the physica status solidi journals since 2000, has been with the Editorial Office at Wiley-VCH 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 the main background in semiconductor and surface physics.
His tasks include the organization of special issues and conference proceedings in pss as well other editorial work concerning peer-review and acquisition for all 4 pss series.
|Sabine Bahrs (Deputys 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 PhD 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.
|Ingeborg Stass (Series Editor pss (RRL))|
Ingeborg studied physics at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany) and Universidad de Salamanca (Spain). She conducted surface science experiments by scanning tunneling microscopy at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California (USA), and obtained a Ph.D. in physics from Freie Universität Berlin.
Since joining our team in 2010 she has been Series Editor of physica status solidi (b) – 'basic solid state physics', and more recently Series Editor of physica status solidi (RRL) – Rapid Research Letters.
|Hakim Meskine (Editor)|
Hakim is a computational condensed-matter physicist by training and joined the Wiley team in Berlin since May 2011. He obtained a PhD in physics from the University of Missouri in 2005, and has worked as a postdoc at the theory department of the Fritz-Haber Institute in Berlin (2005-2007) as well as at Strathclyde University, Glasgow (2008-2010). He joined the Berlin office of Wiley in May 2011 as an editor for physica status solidi.
Since July of 2012 he has been managing editor for Crystal Research and Technology.
|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 Wiley in August 2008 as an Editor of physica status solidi. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, based in the Wiley HQ 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 the physica status solidi series (b) – 'basic solid state physics' and (RRL) – 'Rapid Research Letters'. This includes handling of the source Word and LaTeX files, checking the page proofs and proof corrections, as well as assembling the issues. For the series pss (a) – applications and materials science 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 physica status solidi (c) - 'current topics in solid state physics' 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) – applications and materials science 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 physica status solidi (c) since 2003.
|Lars Herrmann (Editorial Assistance)|
Lars supports the editorial staff, the authors and referees in all matters of regular submissions to physica status solidi. In addition to the handling of regular submissions via manuscriptXpress/OSM he administrates special issues and proceedings submitted via the submission system ScholarOne Manuscripts (S1M). He also handles and uploads news items to materialsviews.com and the pss homepages.
Lars joined the team in 2010.
|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 the 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 (manuscriptXpress/OSM), 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 physica status solidi editorial team in 2005.
|Margit Schütz (Editorial Assistance)|
Margit supports the editorial staff as well as the authors and referees of regular online submissions to physica status solidi. Her tasks include the registration and technical examination of incoming manuscripts, support to authors and referees encountering technical problems with the online submission system (manuscriptXpress/OSM), response to queries from authors, and correspondence with referees. She is also responsible for the observance of deadlines and for reminding authors and referees accordingly.
Margit has accompanied the physica status solidi journals since 1990.
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