Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science
Editor-in-Chief: Peter R. Schreiner
Print ISSN: 1759-0876 Online ISSN: 1759-0884
Impact Factor: 9.041
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science provides a forum for high-quality review-type information that is broadly accessible to a diverse audience of scientists and engineers. The key features are as follows:
· The most important current research is summarized in an ongoing series of commissioned as well as selected contributed reviews written by leading researchers.
· WIREs Computational Molecular Science captures the crucial interdisciplinary flavour of this field by requiring authors to address the key topics from the differing perspectives of, for example, chemistry, biology, materials and computational modeling.
· The ongoing evolution of research is captured via a systematic process for updating and expanding previously published content.
· The publishing model adopted for WIREs Computational Molecular Science will ensure that it benefits from full journal-type indexing and impact factors.
WIREs Computational Molecular Science will be fully indexed in the major abstracting services, and will be assigned an impact factor in the same way as a journal. Unlike the review journal literature, however, WIREs Computational Molecular Science offers a comprehensive, coherent, well structured coverage of the field. It will be also be updated in a systematic fashion so that its content remains as current as possible.
WIREs Computational Molecular Science uses the following top-level structure:
Electronic Structure Theory
Molecular and Statistical Mechanics
Computer and Information Science
Theoretical and Physical Chemistry
WIREs Computational Molecular Science is aimed at a broad scientific audience:
· research scientists in academia, industry, and government laboratories working on the development of computational molecular science methods, algorithms, applications and data;
· research scientists in academia, industry, and government laboratories working in the following areas: theoretical chemistry, physical chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, pharma and drug development, cheminformatics, bioinformatics, materials and polymer science, solid state chemistry and physics, analytical chemistry and spectroscopy, nanotechnology, etc.
· postgraduate students with an interest in these fields;
· undergraduate students in chemical sciences, molecular life sciences, materials, polymers, nanotechnology, molecular physics, analytical and spectroscopic sciences.