Magnetics and Optics Research International Symposium

June 23-26, 2019, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Presentations accepted in MORIS 2019 are strongly encouraged to publish in the Special Issue of the Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP) on Magnetics and Optics Research (MORIS2019): invited and contributed ones in the form of Progress Review and Regular Paper, respectively. Manuscripts will be reviewed and processed following the standard JJAP procedure. We plan to set the deadline for manuscript submission on July 31, 2019, and aim at publication of the complete issue in April 2020. Let us publish your good works in JJAP!

Submit your manuscript through the URL of the JJAP Special Issue on Magnetics and Optics Research (MORIS2019):

You will be asked to enter "Conference program number" on Step 1 process of submission. This is your presentation ID which is found in the left column of the program

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For your information:

  1. General Information
  2. Author Guidelines
  3. Templates
        a) Regular Paper and Progress Review
        b) Brief Note
  1. Article types

[Progress Reviews]

Progress Reviews provide concise, efficient overviews covering the latest progresses in a specific research area of applied physics. It can include or be largely based on the recent results from the author(s). Manuscripts should be written as concisely as possible although no limitation on length is specified. Abstract should be no more than 150 words.

[Regular Papers]

A Regular Paper is an original paper with comprehensive, detailed descriptions of the research work, presenting a fully developed discussion on the results obtained in relevant fields of applied physics. It must provide sufficient and self-contained information to ensure the repeatability of experiments and analyses by readers. There is no length limit; however, the abstract should not exceed 150 words. The expected number of references is approximately more than 30.

[Brief Notes]

Brief Note is a short report on significant improvements in instrumentation, fabrication processes, measurement techniques, and theoretical analyses, and also serve as an archive of knowledge useful for applied physics, such as important material parameters. The research topic described must be of interest to researchers working in applied physics.

The maximum length of a Brief Note is 2,700 words and 3 single-column width figures. An abstract of no more than 100 words should be provided.  The expected number of references for a BN paper is approximately 20, however, no upper or lower limit is specified. Other than this, Brief Notes should not be divided into sections.