Aims and scope

The aim of the Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP) is to ensure fast and efficient online publication tools to the scientific community, while keeping that community in charge of every aspect of the peer-review and publication process in order to ensure the highest quality standards in the journal.

Consequently, the Advisory and Editorial Boards, composed of distinguished, active scientists in the field, jointly establish with the Scientific Director the journal's scientific policy and ensure the scientific quality of accepted articles.

JHEP presently encompasses the following areas of theoretical and experimental physics:

  • Collider Physics
  • Underground and Large Array Physics
  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Gauge Field Theories
  • Symmetries
  • String and Brane Theory
  • General Relativity and Gravitation
  • Supersymmetry
  • Mathematical Methods of Physics
  • Mostly Solvable Models
  • Astroparticles
  • Statistical Field Theories
  • Mostly Weak Interactions
  • Mostly Strong Interactions
  • Quantum Field Theory (phenomenology)
  • Strings and Branes
  • Phenomenological Aspects of Supersymmetry
  • Mostly Strong Interactions (phenomenology)

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