This issue will showcase the diverse and profoundly influential contributions that women have made to the fields of chemical physics and physical chemistry. It will do so in two ways: by featuring contributions from leading women researchers, and by providing a forum in which scientific authors from the entire chemical physics/physical chemistry community can dedicate a paper to any woman or group of women in the field, past or present. The honoree’s contributions can be in the form of scientific or technical advances, science policy, education, mentoring, administration, or leadership. The honoree(s) can be of any station, such as colleagues, students, mentors, or historical figures. Articles are welcome regardless of the authors’ gender. Examples of dedications are given below. We anticipate that this collection of articles will be of exceptionally high quality, commensurate with the women being honored. Articles on any topic within the scope of the journal are welcome.
Patricia A. Thiel, Iowa State University
Enge Wang, Peking University
Geraldine Richmond, University of Oregon
Regina de Vivie-Riedle, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Emily Weiss, Northwestern University
Jennifer Ogilvie, University of Michigan
Angelos Michaelides, University College London
Confirmed Authors, Dedication and Submission Instructions
Anja-Verena Mudring, Stockholm Univ.
Coray Colina, University of Florida
Edit Mátyus, ELTE, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Sapna Sarupria, Clemson University
Jing Ma, Nanjing University
Sarika Maitra Bhattacharya, National Chemical Laboratory
Janet Del Bene, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio
Adriana Pietropaolo, University of Catanzaro
Giulia Palermo, University of California Riverside
Sandra Luber, University of Zurich
Manju Sharma, University of Hyderabad, India
Noa Marom, Carnegie Mellon University
Kathrin H. Hopmann, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Maylis Orio, CNRS Aix-Marseille University
Gloria Tabacchi, University of Insubria
Ana Proykova, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski
Andela Saric, University College London
Margareta Blomberg, Department of Organic Chemistry, Stockholm University
Monika Musial, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Boutheina Kerkeni, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Universié Tunis el Manar
Bettina Keller, Freie Universität Berlin
Raffaella Demichelis, Curtin Institute for Computation, The Institute for Geoscience Research, School of Molecular and Life Science, Curtin University
Michael Trenary, Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jayne Garno , Louisiana State University
Amy Walker, University of Texas at Dallas
Lev Gelb, University of Texas at Dallas
Mark Gordon, Iowa State University
Melissa Hines, Cornell University
Gareth Parkinson, Vienna University of Technology
Charlie Sykes, Tufts University
Margaret Cheung-Wyker, University of Houston
Isabella Daidone, University of L’Aquila
Kersti Hermansson, Uppsala University
How to submit:
- Please submit through the online submission system.
- In your cover letter, please clarify whether you are dedicating your article to a woman or if the corresponding author is submitting as a woman working in the field, or both.
- If you are including a dedication, please include it as a separate section in your manuscript labeled “Dedication” just before the Acknowledgements section of your manuscript. Dedications should be 65 words or fewer. Please see below for examples.
- Under manuscript type → select “Article” or “Communication” as appropriate.
- Under manuscript information –> Title/Abstract –> select “Invited Submission: No”.
- Under manuscript information –> Manuscript classification –> select “Special Topic: Special Collection in Honor of Women in Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry”.
Dedication Examples: Maximum of 65 words
- This paper is dedicated to (name), a superb chemical physicist who has helped guide national and international progress, both technical and scientific, in renewable energy.
- This paper honors (name), who performed groundbreaking work on density functional theory and its application to two-dimensional materials.
- This paper honors (name), who is an outstanding teacher of physical chemistry. (Name) has mentored and inspired many students, including one of the authors, to pursue careers in physical chemistry/chemical physics, during her career as a Professor of Chemistry at XX College.
- This paper is dedicated to (name), who worked in the analytical chemistry division at BASF for 25 years and used her training as a physical chemist to establish laser induced fluorescence as an industrial technique for monitoring purity of textile chemicals.
*Confirmed authors are people who have confirmed that they plan to submit to the special collection. All papers will undergo the rigorous JCP peer review process in order to be accepted into the collection.