Free Access: The Inaugural Issue of Advanced Theory and Simulations

by | Jan 22, 2018

All articles of the recently published first issue of Advanced Theory and Simulations are freely available for a limited time

The first issue of the new interdisciplinary premium journal Advanced Theory and Simulations has been published in January 2018. The journal will expand the well-established Advanced brand of journals by providing a new platform that brings together the underlying theoretical aspect of research areas in the general fields of materials science and natural sciences.

Supported by a topically and geographically diverse Editorial Advisory Board of leading scientists in their respective fields, the journal addresses the growing importance of the development and application of theoretical methods, modeling and simulation approaches in all natural science, medicine and engineering areas.

The current first issue already provides a glimpse at some of the topical range Advanced Theory and Simulations intends to cover, and for a limited time all articles of the inaugural issue have been set to free access – so that interested readers can download these articles by simply clicking on the following links:


Charge Density and Band Offsets at Heterovalent Semiconductor Interfaces by Raymond T. Tung and Leeor Kronik

Nonclassical Hydrophobic Effect in Micellization: Molecular Arrangement of Non-Amphiphilic Structures by Mikael Lund and Pavel Matějíček et al.

Ultrathin Hydrogen Diffusion Cloak by Yang Bai et al.

1D SbSeI, SbSI, and SbSBr With High Stability and Novel Properties for Microelectronic, Optoelectronic, and Thermoelectric Applications by Hao Zhang et al.

Fracture Behavior of Nanoscale Notched Silicon Beams Investigated by the Theory of Critical Distances by Pasquale Gallo et al.


More information on the journal can be found at:

Subscription to Advanced Theory and Simulations is free until the end of 2019. Suggest the journal to your librarian.

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