Peer-review

One important aspect of research is to actively participate in the peer-review process. On one hand, this allows one to stay up-to-date in terms of the activity in one’s research field, while on the other hands it improves the overall quality of scientific publications. I try to also do this to the best of my capabilities, but often the number of incoming request is higher than what I can commit to.

I am currently reviewing for the following journals (impact factor).

Nano Letters (13.59)
Nature communications (11.47)
Advanced optical materials (4.06)
RSC Advances (3.84)
Optics Express (3.49)
Applied physics letters (3.30)
Optics Letters (3.29)
Materials (2.65)
Plasmonics (2.34)
Progress In Electromagnetics Research (1.22)