Classical trajectories of electrically charged particles in a bubble chamber.

Quanta are the elementary building blocks of physical reality. They obey the wonderful physical laws of quantum theory, which has revolutionized the scientific understanding of the natural world. Thus, Quanta is a befitting name for a journal dedidated to foundational research in physics. Our mission at Quanta is to share the enjoyment of quantum ideas originated by scholars working on physical, mathematical or philosophical aspects of quantum theory. To reach out to widest possible audience, communicated articles present their material in a reader-friendly, comprehensive, yet mathematically rigorous manner. The high number of citations in undergraduate theses and graduate dissertations provides a testament to educational quality of works published in Quanta.



CiteScore 2020 of Quanta is 3.0

The latest CiteScore 2020 of Quanta has been released by SCOPUS and it is 3.0 based on 80 citations for 27 documents in the period 2017-2020.  
Posted: 2021-06-03 More...

Worldwide usage of Quanta

Quanta has been accessed from 110 countries worldwide in the past 4 years.  
Posted: 2020-06-17 More...

Dr. Cohen's article reached 100 citations!


Dr. Cohen's article "Introduction to Weak Measurements and Weak Values", Quanta 2013; 2: 7–17, written in collaboration with Prof. Boaz Tamir, has recently reached the impressive 100 citations in Google Scholar.

On the occasion of this achievement, we have contacted Dr. Cohen with a list of questions. He kindly agreed to be interviewed and provided his answers for the readers of Quanta.

Posted: 2020-04-14 More...
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