Our completely electronic and open-access journal aims at quick and versatile-style publication of research papers on fundamental theory and experiments at frontiers of science and technology relating to surfaces, interfaces, thin films, fine particles, nanowires, nanotubes, and other nanometer-scale structures, and their interdisciplinary areas such as crystal growth, vacuum technology, and so on. It covers their physics, chemistry, biology, materials science, and their applications to advanced technology for computations, communications, memory, catalysis, sensors, biological and medical purposes, energy and environmental problems, and so on.
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▶ All processes from the manuscript submission to publication are done online using ScholarOne ManuscriptTM and J-STAGE.
▶ : Anyone around the world can download full-text PDF files free of charge.
▶ Articles are indexed in the major bibliographic databases such as and .
▶ References cited in the article are linked to the data indexed in , , , and so on.
▶ You can add movies and animations as Electronic Appendix.
▶ No page limitation except for Superexpress Letters.
▶ All manuscripts are reviewed quickly by our referees with international standards.
▶ Superexpress Letter: JPY 10,000
▶ All other papers prepared by Latex: JPY 5,000
▶ All other papers prepared by Microsoft Word or other word processors: JPY 10,000
An invoice will be sent to the corresponding author after publication.
All articles published on e-JSSNT are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
You are free to copy and redistribute articles in any medium or format and also free to remix, transform, and build upon articles for any purpose (including a commercial use) as long as you give appropriate credit to the original source and provide a link to the Creative Commons (CC) license. If you modify the material, you must indicate changes in a proper way.
To give credit and provide the CC license, simply cite the article as follows, as an example: Claus M. Schneider, New Developments in Spin-Dependent Photoemission, e-J. Surf. Sci. Nanotechnol. Vol. 16, p. 177 (2018); licensed under CC BY 4.0.
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Even if the e-JSSNT articles are licensed under CC BY 4.0, use of some figures and/or tables which are reproduced under permission of a copyright holder (usually a publisher) is restricted. You must obtain permission from the copyright holder by yourself if you want use such contents.
▶ Short reports that should be urgently published.
▶ Less than 3 journal pages including figures.
▶ Appear on Web in 4 working days after submission if accepted as it is.
▶ In the cover letter, the authors should describe the novelty and significance of the work that deserve the priority handling of Superexress Letters. Unless persuasive description is provided, the Editor-in-Chief may return the manuscript without further review.
▶ Topical reviews about hot issues recently discussed and debated in papers or conferences.
▶ Reviews about series of research works in particular research groups, together with related works from other groups.
▶ Comprehensive and text-book-style review articles of particular fields.
▶ No length limitation.
▶ Review papers are invited by editors or can be submitted by anyone.
▶ Reports of original research works.
▶ No length limitation.
▶ Reports of important advances and developments in experimental apparatus and techniques.
▶ No length limitation.
▶ Conference contributions including original works and review papers.
▶ A short version or a summary of the already published paper is not allowed.
▶ Papers are piled up individually in the respective Proceeding pages, and appear on the Web after the proofreading.
▶ Errata are corrections to published articles.
▶ Authors of the articles can submit erratum requests when small but important errors which may cause misunderstandings are found in the articles.
▶ All requests are examined by the editors and, if the editors judged that errors are not of sufficient importance, Errata will not be published. For example, typing errors of insignificant words, an apparent misuse of words, or an error in a reference list are minor errors that can not be corrected by Errata.
▶ Please contact the editorial office for an erratum request (email@example.com).
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▶ The offprint is provided in high-quality paper with a journal cover (a sample of the offprint).
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▶ The authors are asked to order at least 50 copies.
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