About Journal

The Journal of Interfaces, Thin Films, and Low dimensional systems (JITL) is a peer-reviewed journal established in 2016 and published by Alzahra University, Iran. The journal aims to create a platform for researchers around the world to exchange their latest findings of cutting-edge research. The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, the fundamental and applied research work in the field of physics. The journal is open access and the articles can be read for free of charge. Presently, the journal publishes two issues per year and there are no article processing charges.

Interfaces, Thin Films, and Low dimensional systems is an international journal that is devoted to the publication of scientists and engineers working in the fields of theory, technology, experiments, synthesis, characterization, and applications of interface and thin films and low dimensional systems.

Aims and scope:

The scope of the journal involves (but is not limited to) the following areas:

Surface and interface

Thin films devices

Synthesis and properties of layers used in superconducting applications

Synthesis and characterization of micro and nanostructures films

Surface and interface phenomena: physics, chemistry, and applications

Synthesis and properties of Langmuir-Blodgett, biological and related layers;

Condensed matter film behavior

Semiconductors-surface and interface

Optic and laser