Top 20 Publications in Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors

Top 20 Publications in Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors

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PAM-XIAMEN has compiled top 20 publications in Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors in the table below, which is ranked by Google scholar according to citation in impact factor: h5-index and h5-median.

1. Top 20 Publications in Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors

Top 20 Publications in Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors
Publication h5-index h5-median
1 Physical Review Letters 207 294
2 Physical Review B 135 172
3 Physical Review. X 125 205
4 Applied Physics Letters 92 116
5 Physical Review Applied 77 100
6 Applied Physics Reviews 74 117
7 2D Materials 73 106
8 Journal of Applied Physics 73 90
9 IEEE Electron Device Letters 66 85
10 Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 64 89
11 Physical Review Materials 62 85
12 Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 62 77
13 IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 61 80
14 SciPost Physics 59 90
15 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 59 83
16 Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 54 82
17 Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 54 75
18 Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 53 77
19 Materials Today Physics 51 68
20 Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics 50 108

Reference: Condensed Matter Physics & Semiconductors

About Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed matter physics is one of the largest and most important branches of physics today. Its research level, from macroscopic, mesoscopic to microscopic, and further unified understanding of various condensed matter physical phenomena from the microscopic level; the dimension of matter from three-dimensional to low-dimensional and fractal; the structure from periodic to non-periodic and quasi-periodic, complete to incomplete and nearly complete; the external environment ranges from conventional conditions to extreme conditions and the interaction of multiple extreme conditions, such as the theory of drilling and mining, etc., forming a theoretical system that is deeper and more general than solid state physics.

After more than half a century of development, condensed matter physics has become the most important, rich and active discipline in physics, and its major achievements in many disciplines such as semiconductors, magnetism, superconductors, etc. It plays a key role in the field and provides a scientific basis for the development of new materials, new devices and new processes.

2. What is H-Index?

In essence, the h-index uses data to indicate how many relatively weighty papers a journal/individual has published. The collected data includes the number of papers and the number of citations, and has high credibility.

In the Google Scholar measurement system, the h-index of a journal means that at least h papers have been cited at least h times in all published papers, then the journal’s h-index is h. Accordingly, the h5 index, h5 core, and h5 median are calculated based on the number of papers in the last 5 years and the number of citations for each paper in the journals listed in Google Scholar.

3. H Index and Impact Factor (IF)

The impact factor of individual journals is high, but the h5 index is relatively low; on the contrary, some journals have high h5 index but relatively low impact factor; some journals have the same or similar h5 index although the impact factor is different.

The h index ignores the journal impact factor and only focuses on the number of citations of scientific researchers, which can be used to evaluate the level of scientific researchers objectively. Using the h-index to evaluate the performance of scientific researchers can curb the unhealthy tendency of one-sided pursuit of the number of papers, and at the same time can stimulate the enthusiasm of researchers to explore deep scientific problems.

The measurement method of Google Scholar’s h-index is not affected by the ultra-high application of a single or a few papers, and provides a reference for the scientific research community to evaluate the impact of another journal or publication in addition to the impact factor.

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