American Journal of Physics (AJP) Theme Issue Call for Papers
The American Journal of Physics invites submissions for a special theme issue focused on Relativity and Gravitation: Contemporary Research and Teaching of Einstein's Physics, which is also the theme of an upcoming Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education, to be held on June 5-10, 2016 at Salve Redina University in Newport, RI. The theme issue will be published in the Spring of 2016 and the deadline for submission is Aug. 15, 2015. More detailed information about the upcoming theme issue is available on the official announcement.
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