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Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: Optica Publishing Group announces the launch of Optica Quantum: the online-only Open Access Gold Journal to rapidly disseminate high-impact research results across many sectors of quantum information science and technology


Home > Press > Optica Publishing Group announces the launch of Optica Quantum: an online-only Gold Open Access Journal for the rapid dissemination of high-impact research results across many sectors of quantum information science and technology

Dr. Michael G. Raymer, Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Founding Director of the Oregon Center for Optical Molecular and Quantum Science, University of Oregon, USA, will serve as inaugural editor-in-chief of Optica Quantum CREDIT Optica Publishing Group

Abstract:
On World Quantum Day, Optica Publishing Group announced it will begin publishing a new journal in September 2023 dedicated to highly selective outcomes in quantum information science and technology (QIST). The new journal, Optica Quantum, joins the Society’s portfolio of the most cited journals in optics and photonics and will provide the article community with the same outstanding standards of quality, recency, and significance as its parent journal, Optica.

Optica Publishing Group announces the launch of Optica Quantum: A new online-only Gold Open Access Journal to rapidly disseminate high-impact research results across multiple sectors of quantum information science and technology

Washington DC | Posted on May 12, 2023

The concept of quantum light serves as the foundation for many quantum technologies and ongoing research areas involving security, communications, computing, machine learning, sensing and more. To support this rapidly developing field, Optica Quantum will be dedicated to QIST enabled by optics and photonics, publishing theoretical and experimental research and technological advances and applications of quantum optics.

Dr. Michael G. Raymer, Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Founding Director of the Oregon Center for Optical Molecular and Quantum Science, University of Oregon, USA, will serve as the Journal’s inaugural editor-in-chief. Raymer has been at the forefront of the quantum information revolution and has been instrumental in a number of key initiatives moving the field forward. He successfully lobbied the US Government to approve the US National Quantum Initiative Act in 2018, which greatly encouraged research and development in this area. Several years later, in 2020, Raymer launched the Quantum 2.0 Optica topical meeting to help scientists and engineers focus on and solve key challenges facing the QIST community today.

“I am honored to be entrusted with the position of founding editor-in-chief for Optica Quantum,” said Raymer. “Through my volunteer work with and support from Optica, I have become a part of and witness the enormous impact that professional societies can have in advancing quantum science and technology. With the help of a leading editorial board, I aim for Optica Quantum to be the only journal to provide high-quality articles and mini-reviews from a publishing Society that has been in the field for over 100 years.”

Optica Quantum will quickly publish original, high-impact peer-reviewed research results, provide state-of-the-art reviews of emerging and established optical and photonics-related subareas of QIST, and share opinions from recognized authorities on new directions for this critical field.

“Optica Publishing Group is constantly looking for ways to better serve the global optical and photonic community. With the acceleration of quantum research worldwide, there is a growing need to curate, publish, and archive the latest and most important research from leaders in the field. Optica Quantum will not only achieve this, but will also drive increased synergies between academia, industry and government agencies interested in developing QIST,” said Elizabeth Nolan, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Publishing Officer of Optica.

Optica Quantum will open for submissions in June 2023. The Article Processing Fee for this Gold Open Access journal will be waived for all articles published this year.

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About Optics
Optica Publishing Group is a division of the community, Optica (formerly OSA), Advancing Optics and Photonics Worldwide. It publishes the largest collection of peer-reviewed and most-cited content in optics and photonics, including 18 prestigious journals, society’s pre-eminent member magazines, and papers and videos from more than 835 conferences. With more than 400,000 journal articles, conference papers, and videos to search, discover, and access, our portfolio of publications represents research in the field from around the world.

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