Highlights of 2015

Clifford Will

Clifford Will is the Editor-in-Chief of Classical and Quantum Gravity

The latest CQG Highlights are now available to view.  These papers represent the most interesting and important work published in CQG in 2015.  They were selected by the CQG Editorial Board and approved at CQG’s recent annual board meeting in London.

This year marks a break from the process used in past years.  CQG Highlights used to be selected from the period between the summer board meetings, so past Highlights have been ‘Highlights of 2013-2014’, for example.  This year, we have chosen to switch to a system of promoting Highlights of one calendar year at a time.  So this latest Highlights list is selected from all of CQG’s 2015 volume.  Next year’s list will appear in early 2017.

If you had a paper in the 2015 volume that was part of the ‘Highlights of 2014-2015’, you are in luck!  Your paper has been automatically included in the Highlights of 2015.

CQG Highlights remains one of CQG’s most popular promotions.  Don’t miss your chance to be included in CQC Highlights of 2016 by publishing your next paper in CQG.

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About Adam Day

Adam Day is the former publisher of Classical and Quantum Gravity. His background is mostly in publishing, where he thoroughly enjoyed working with the gravitational physics community. He now works as a Data Scientist for SAGE Publishing.

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