The first issue since the transition is now live on NUCET’s new website
Devoted to an extensive range of research fields within the domain of nuclear science, the open access, peer-reviewed Nuclear Energy and Technology (NUCET) journal moves to the journal publishing platform ARPHA, developed by Pensoft, in order to provide a whole set of novel technological advancements to its users: readers, authors and editors alike.
The first journal issue since the transition is now live on NUCET‘s new website and features a total of 12 research articles, covering topics including nuclear power plant operation, reactor physics and thermal hydraulics.
Launched in September 2015 by the internationally recognised National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), the journal has since been providing an open-access, peer-reviewed English-language outlet for original research, ideas and developments for scientists from around the globe. The journal is managed by the Institute of Nuclear Physics and Technology of the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI.
Areas covered by NUCET feature:
- Reactor physics;
- Heat transfer and fluid dynamics;
- Nuclear safety and radiation protection;
- Nuclear physics, fusion and radiation application;
- Nuclear fuel cycle and radioactive waste management;
- Nuclear fuel and reactor materials;
- Nuclear policy, economics and education issues.
Beyond the sleek new website, ARPHA platform provides various high-tech perks to ensure that the entire publishing process – beginning with manuscript submission and continuing all the way to the dissemination, archiving and indexing of the article’s content and metadata – takes place within its single online environment.
With each article being simultaneously published in semantically-enriched PDF, HTML and XML formats, the publications are easy to discover, access and harvest by both researchers and computers. As a result, research published in NUCET is easier to cite, reuse, build on and replicate.
“I’m delighted to welcome NUCET to the growing portfolio of scholarly journals published on ARPHA,” says ARPHA’s and Pensoft’s founder and CEO Prof. Lyubomir Penev. “As the first nuclear science journal joining ARPHA, I believe that NUCET could easily be regarded as a harbinger of a promising new area of collaboration and enterprise.”
“Today we are celebrating an important event – the first issue of the journal Nuclear Energy and Technology on the ARPHA platform.” As the Rector of the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and NUCET’s Editor-in-Chief Prof. Mikhail Strikhanov says: “NUCET is an English-language periodical of the MEPhI that is promoting the results of our research to the worldwide scientific community”.
He also explains that the choice of platform was not accidental:
“We have analyzed many publishing platforms and explored their strengths and weaknesses. ARPHA publishes many high-quality journals, and it is very important for us to be the first in the field of nuclear physics there. We are looking forward to continuing cooperation with Pensoft, and we are confident that with the help of ARPHA NUCET has an incredible future and the quality of its materials will be at a high level”.
Nuclear Energy and Technology (NUCET) is the fifth Russian journal to move to ARPHA Platform, following Comparative Cytogenetics, Research results in Pharmacology, Russian Journal of Economics and Arctic Environmental Research.
Follow Nuclear Energy and Technology (NUCET) journal on Twitter.
About National Research Nuclear University MEPhI:
The National Research Nuclear University MEPhI is a leading Russian university and a research and educational centre with honourable traditions and clear vision of the future.
It empowers the world’s best nuclear technological experts and talented students to produce secure and stable energy, excel in creating applicable science, boost human capital and economic output in various fields, support industry and business and be innovative and creative.
MEPhI is proud of its ambitious and skilled experts in science and engineering who have graduated at the university since its establishment in 1942, including six Nobel laureates, who have themselves later contributed to the educational process and research activities at the institute.