Radiation detection technology and methods is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal that focuses on all aspects of radiation detection technology and methods. Columns include electronics and system design, computer and control techniques, detection technology and methods, data processing and imaging. It presents an attractive mix of authoritative and comprehensive reviews, original articles on cutting-edge research and brief communications. The journal offers rapid review and publication of articles.

Radiation Detection Technology and Methods (RDTM) publishes articles that focus on, but are not limited to, the following areas:

· Nuclear electronics

· Detectors

· Nuclear instruments and control

· Nuclear imaging techniques

· Nuclear monitoring techniques

· Nuclear technology and public security

· Computer technology applications in particle physics experiments

· Particle Acceleration Technology

· Astroparticle technology

· Radiation protection

· Synchrotron-radiation based techniques and methods

  • Focuses on current and developing methods and technology for detecting nuclear radiation
  • Presents authoritative and comprehensive reviews, original articles on cutting-edge research and brief communications
  • Published in partnership with the Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; and the Nuclear Electronics and Nuclear Detection Society
Chief Editor
  • Weiguo Li
Associate Editors
  • Qi An,
  • Xiao Ping Ouyang,
  • Ren Yuan Zhu
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Submission to first decision: 31 days
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Downloads: 19,375 (2018)

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Electronic ISSN
2509-9949
Print ISSN
2509-9930
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Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Nuclear Electronics and Nuclear Detection Society
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