Aims & Scope
Waves in Random and Complex Media (formerly Waves in Random Media)
is a broad interdisciplinary journal that reports theoretical, applied
and experimental research related to any wave phenomena.
Journal is relevant to scientists and engineers working in the field of
wave propagation, scattering and imaging in random or complex media.
Papers on theoretical developments, experimental results and
analytical/numerical studies are considered for publication as well as
deterministic problems when also linked to random or complex media.
Topics include studies of waves in random and/or complex media, such as
tissue or metamaterials, nonlinear, chaotic or fractal media, as well
as relevant inverse problems.
- Propagation, diffraction of classical waves
- Quantum and nonlinear effects in complex media
- Scattering and inverse scattering, backscattering enhancement, multiple scattering, rough surface and volume scattering
- Surface waves and surface excitation, including plasmonics
- Statistical properties of waves
- Electromagnetics of metamaterials and photonic bandgap structures
More information can be found on the web site http://www.informaworld.com/smpp