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International Journal of Atomic and Nuclear Physics is an Open Access, peer reviewed, academic Journal promoting the various aspects of atom and nuclei properties and functionality.

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Editorial Board


NAME TITLE UNIVERSITY BIOGRAPHY

Satoshi Chiba

Professor


Tokyo Institute of Technology
Japan

Dr. Satoshi Chiba born in Sendai City, Japan. Dr. Satoshi is a professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology. He served as a Principal Researcher in Japan Atomic Energy at Tokai, Japan during 1999-2010 and as Senior Principal Researcher from 2010-2012. Dr. Satoshi Chiba and team study nuclear reactions as a fundamental process view full biography...

Dr. Satoshi Chiba born in Sendai City, Japan. Dr. Satoshi is a professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology. He served as a Principal Researcher in Japan Atomic Energy at Tokai, Japan during 1999-2010 and as Senior Principal Researcher from 2010-2012. Dr. Satoshi Chiba and team study nuclear reactions as a fundamental process underlying nuclear energy. Neutron-induced reaction is the source of energy in nuclear reactors, while it serves as origin of elements such as Uranium and Thorium in the cosmos. Understanding of nuclear reactions is, therefore, basis for safe usage of nuclear energy as well as comprehending nature itself. Theoretical and computational studies are the main research style, but have a close connection with JAEA for sophisticated experimental activities involving fissionable nuclei.

Kostadin N. Ivanov

Professor


The Pennsylvania State University
United States of America

Dr. Ivanov is currently Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Graduate Coordinator of Nuclear Engineering Program at the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Ivanov's work has been published in over two hundred and seventy (270) papers in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings. view full biography...

Dr. Ivanov is currently Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Graduate Coordinator of Nuclear Engineering Program at the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Ivanov's work has been published in over two hundred and seventy (270) papers in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings. He has graduated 98 M.Eng, 51 M.S and 36 Ph.D. students. Dr. Ivanov has been able to maintain continuous diverse research support from international and national government agencies, national laboratories, industry, consulting companies, and other universities. He has been Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator for more than 80 externally supported projects. Dr. Ivanov has led nine international programs supported by NEA/OECD, US NRC and US DOE. His activities in the area of teaching have been focused on introduction, improvement and teaching of undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of nuclear reactor physics, analysis, design and safety, which are keystones of Nuclear Engineering education. He has taught in total 97 classes for resident students and 34 classes for continuing (distance) education over the last 18 years.

Dr. Ivanov's research interests are in the areas of reactor physics: Development of methods and computer codes for multidimensional reactor core analysis; Nuclear fuel management and reloading optimization techniques; Reactor kinetics and core dynamics; Cross-section generation and modeling algorithms; Safety analysis and thermal-hydraulics; Coupling three-dimensional (3-D) kinetics models with thermal-hydraulic codes and fuel performance tools; Validation/verification of reactor core simulators, and uncertainty quantification and propagation.

Kazuo Tsushima

Professor


Cruzeiro do Sul University
Brazil

Dr. Kazuo Tsushima is a professor in Cruzeiro do Sul University, Brazil since June, 2015. Dr. Tsushima was a visiting professor at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte from April, 2013 to March, 2015. Prior to working as visiting professor at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, view full biography...

Dr. Kazuo Tsushima is a professor in Cruzeiro do Sul University, Brazil since June, 2015. Dr. Tsushima was a visiting professor at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte from April, 2013 to March, 2015. Prior to working as visiting professor at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Dr. Tsushima was a research associate at The University of Adelaide, Australia. Dr. Tsushima received FAPESP Fellow of Brazil in 2003. His major research interests include Hadron properties in (dense) nuclear medium based on quark and gluon degrees of freedom, which inturn includes nuclear and hadron properties in a large atomic number, nucleus based on quarks and gluons. Dr. Tsushima is also referee in Phys. Rev. C, Phys. Lett. B, Nucl. Phys. A, J. Phys. G, Eur. Phys. J A, Europhys. Lett., PTPEP (Prog. Theor. and Exp. Physics, Japan).

Osvaldo Civitarese

Professor


University of La Plata
Argentina

Prof. Osvaldo Civitarese (01/06/1948) studied at the University of La Plata, Argentina (best Ph.D thesis of the year (1974)). In 1975 he went to the Niels Bohr Institute of Denmark, and in 1979 to the IKP-Julich (Alexander von Humboldt fellowship). He has studied several problems related to heavy ion collisions, view full biography...

Prof. Osvaldo Civitarese (01/06/1948) studied at the University of La Plata, Argentina (best Ph.D thesis of the year (1974)). In 1975 he went to the Niels Bohr Institute of Denmark, and in 1979 to the IKP-Julich (Alexander von Humboldt fellowship). He has studied several problems related to heavy ion collisions, nuclear structure of spherical and deformed nuclei and projection methods in quantum many body physics and in atomic physics. In 1985 he obtained his full professorship at the University of La Plata. Since 1985 he has worked there, been the advisor to a large number of Ph.D students and Physics Diploma students, and lectured on graduate and undergraduate courses. He was chairman of the Physics Department for twice in (1988/1989) and (2005/2006). He was a member of the directorate of the Argentina Physical Society (AFA). In 1990 he worked as a visiting professor at the University of Tuebingen (Germany) and in 1998 he got a similar position at the University of Osaka. With the support of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) and the Finnish Academy of Science he has visited regularly the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, to work on the theory of nuclear double beta decay. In 1995 he was a member of the Mexican Academy of Science. Presently he is involved in the ANDES project, which is the initiative related to the construction of an underground laboratory in South America (Province of San Juan, Argentina).

Changxin Chen

Professor


Shanghai Jiao Tong University
China

Dr. Changxin Chen is a professor at Department of Micro/Nano Electronics in Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He completed his postdoctoral research at Stanford University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and his master degree in Material Science at Fuzhou University. view full biography...

Dr. Changxin Chen is a professor at Department of Micro/Nano Electronics in Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He completed his postdoctoral research at Stanford University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and his master degree in Material Science at Fuzhou University. His research is focused on nanoelectronics and nano-optoelectronics based on one- or two- dimensional materials. He had authored or co-authored more than 70 peer-reviewed articles, which were published on the journal Nature, Advanced Materials, Nature Photonics, Nature Communications, Small, Applied Physics Letters, IEEE Electron Device Letters, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, etc. His research interests include carbon nanotubes, phosphorene, graphene, photovoltaic devices or cells, nano field-effect transistors, photodetectors, sensors, nanoelectronic devices.

Gabor Gyula Kiss

Scientist


Riken Nishina Center
Japan

Dr. Gabor Gyula Kiss earned his Ph.D in experimental nuclear astrophysics in 2008, the subject of his thesis was charged particle induced cross section measurements. Between 2009 and 2011 Dr. Kiss spent two years at INFN-LNS, Catania, Italy as a postdoctoral researcher. During these years he studied many view full biography...

Dr. Gabor Gyula Kiss earned his Ph.D in experimental nuclear astrophysics in 2008, the subject of his thesis was charged particle induced cross section measurements. Between 2009 and 2011 Dr. Kiss spent two years at INFN-LNS, Catania, Italy as a postdoctoral researcher. During these years he studied many astrophysically important reactions using indirect techniques - such as the Trojan Horse Method and the Asymptotic Normalization Coefficient technique. Dr. Kiss worked later at Atomki, Debrecen, Hungary on the investigation of the astrophysical gamma process, Dr. Kiss performed several elastic alpha scattering & alpha capture experiments. At the moment Dr. Kiss is visiting scientist at RIKEN Nishina Center (Wakoshi, Saitama, Japan). Dr. Kiss is working on the BRIKEN project - which focuses on beta delayed neutron emission probability measurements along the r-process path using the world largest 3He-counter array. He is also interested in the experimental investigation of the astrophysical rp-process using the rare ion beams of RIKEN: Dr. Kiss studied several extreme proton-rich isotopes in the Ge-Kr region using the Eurica array and He is involved into the Samurai HI-p collaboration.Dr. Kiss is author or co-author of about 65 publications (in more than 10 I'm the first author) with about 900 citations and h-index of 19. Dr. Kiss give talks regularly on international conferences. Furthermore, he participated in the organization (scientific secretary, editor of the proceedings/abstract booklet, member of the loc) of several national and international conferences including the Nuclei in the Cosmos - which is the most important conference in nuclear astrophysics.

International Journal of Atomic and Nuclear Physics Reviewer Board

Reviewer Board

NAME

UNIVERSITY

COUNTRY

Dr. Didelez
South University
USA
Dr. Claude Deutsch
University Paris-Sud
France
Dr. Angelo Raffaele Fazio
National university of Colombia
Colombia
Dr. Chc Moustakidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Greece
Dr. CG Vayenas
University of Patras
Greece
Dr. Francesco Ronga
INFN Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati
Italy
Dr. Marco Incagli
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
Italy
Dr. Vasiliki Mitsou
Instituto de Física Corpuscular
Spain
Dr. Sonja Orrigo
Instituto de Física Corpuscular
Spain
Dr. Ren Wang
Boston University
USA
Dr. Øyvind Grøn
Oslo and Akershus University
Norway
Dr. Emanuele Pagano
University of Catania and LNS
Italy
Dr. Andrej Arbuzov
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Russia
Dr. AF Krutov
Samara University
Russia
Dr. Jambul Gegelia
Tbilisi State University
Georgia
Dr. EB Feldman
Russian Academy of Sciences
Russia
Dr. T Ishikawa
Tohoku University
Japan
Dr. Yamamoto Shigeyoshi
Chukyo University
Japan
Dr. Nobuyuki Fujisawa
Niigata University
Japan
Dr. S Bhattacharya
University of Surrey
UK
Dr. Romulus Godang
University of South Alabama
USA
Dr. Charlotte F Fischer
University of Oxford
UK
Dr. Ian Grant
University of Oxford
UK
Dr. Chuanzhou Zhu
Rice University
USA
Dr. Dustin Keller
University of Virginia
USA
Dr. Fedor Rudakov
University of Missouri-Kansas City
USA
Dr. Max Chen
Vishay General Semiconductor
Taiwan
Dr. Peter Filip
Slovak Academy of Sciences
Slovakia
Dr. Yibin Qian
Nanjing University
China
Dr. Yan sun
Xuzhou Institute of Technology
China
Dr. Zakir Ullah
Gachon University
Korea
Dr. Chun Woo Lee
Ajou University
Korea
Dr. Yogesh Kumar
The University of Toledo
USA
Dr. Mohamed Baazaoui
University of Monastir
Tunisia
Dr. Mohsen Sheikholeslami
Babol University of Technology
Iran
Dr. Satya Seshavatharam Utpala Venkata
Andhra University
India
Dr. C Furtado
Universidade Federal da Paraíba
Brazil
Dr. Jacob G. Fantidis
Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology
Greece
Dr. Zohreh Golamzadeh
Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute
Iran
Dr. Gyepi Garbrah Samuel
Carleton University
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Eugene Stephane Mananga

Using the FME and FE approaches, many problems can be attacked in other fields of physics beyond the scope of NMR. It is important to remember that these considered methods have recently found new major areas of applications such as topological materials.

Published Date: September 02, 2017 | Int J At Nucl Phys, IJANP-2-005, (Volume 2, Issue 1), Short Review Article

J Michael Köhler

A concept of a large spectrum of particle masses is suggested in order to discuss the problem of dark matter in the universe. Therefore, a simple scheme of particle classes can be formulated by using the Large Number Hypothesis bridging elementary and cosmological data.

Published Date: September 01, 2017 | Int J At Nucl Phys, IJANP-2-004, (Volume 2, Issue 1), Research Article

Quan-Fang Wang

In this work, a novel concept abstract surface (cross-section at nucleus) is proposed firstly. Quantum optimal control is interested in taking particles at Yukawa interaction of cross-section σ in the nucleus as target for controlling by external force. In the nucleus, as intersecting surface full of particles can be considered for applying control theory and numerical simulation using a stable semi-discrete algorithm.

Published Date: April 28, 2016 | Int J At Nucl Phys, IJANP-1-002 (Volume 1, Issue 1) | Original Article

G. Thiamova

A simple, four-parameter algebraic collective model (ACM) Hamiltonian is used to describe 166Er. In this nucleus anharmonic double-γ vibrations are observed and the third excited 0+ state has been identified as a candidate for a bandhead of a β band.

Published Date: September 26, 2015 | Int J At Nucl Phys, IJANP-1-001 (Volume 1, Issue 1) | Short Communication

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