Aims & Scope

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The Journal of the Magnetics Society of Japan (JMSJ) provides a forum for the exchange of information and knowledge in the field of basic and applied magnetics. The journal publishes contributed reviews of classical and modern subjects and articles for rapid dissemination of novel experimental and theoretical findings. It covers a diverse range of topics on magnetics and magnetic materials, including:

  •  Magnetic Recording
  •  Hard and Soft Magnetic Materials
  • Physics of Magnetism, Utilization of High Magnetic Fields
  •  Thin Films, Fine Particles, Multilayers, Superlattices
  • Spintronics
  • Measurement Technique, High frequency Devices, Magnetic Imaging
  •  Power Magnetics
  •  Biomagnetism/Medical Applications


The JMSJ publishes manuscripts meeting the following conditions.

  1. Field: The contents must be related to the field of basic or applied magnetics.
  2. Contribution: The results must contribute to the development of basic science or industry.
  3. Novelty: Papers must be original and contain novel results that cannot be directly derived from obvious facts or published results, excluding review papers.
  4. Reliability: The contents must be reliable, and sufficient information must be included to allow for the results to be reproduced.
  5. Understandability: Papers must be precisely and clearly described in a manner understandable to the readers.

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