

XianTu
He, EditorinChief
Beijing 

ISSN
Print: 18152406
Electronic: 19917120 

Communications
in Computational Physics (CiCP) publishes
original research and survey papers of high scientific value in
computational modeling of physical problems. Results in multiphysics
and multiscale innovative computational methods and modeling in
all physical sciences will be featured.
CiCP
is a refereed international, interdisciplinary journal edited by
a group of worldwide leading scientists in diverse fields to guarantee
its highest standard. The journal is published in a timely fashion
in printed and electronic forms.





Since 2015, CiCP has been published jointly with Cambridge University Press. The papers accepted after December 2014 will appear in CUP's CiCP website.
Our Associate Editor Professor Shiyi Chen was elected as an Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013.
CiCP associate editor Prof. Wei Cai published Computational Methods for Electromagnetic Phenomena with Cambridge University Press, 2013.
CiCP associate editor Prof. Weinan E published Principle of Multiscale Modeling with Cambridge University Press, 2011.
CiCP managing editor Prof. Tao Tang and associate editor Prof. Jie Shen published Spectral Methods: Algorithms, Analysis and Applications with Springer Press, 2011.
Our Associate Editor Professor Weng Cho Chew was elected
to National Academy of Engineering of America in 2013.
Our Associate Editor Professor Weinan E was elected as an
Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2011.
CiCP's most
recent SCI impact factor (2014) is 1.943. It is ranked
#10 among the 54 mathematical physics
journals.
CiCP's impact factor (2013) is 1.775. It is ranked
#15 among the 55 mathematical physics
journals.
CiCP's impact factor (2012) is 1.863. It is ranked
#12 among the 55 mathematical physics
journals.
CiCP's SCI
impact factor for 2010 is 1.835. It is ranked
#9 among the 56 mathematical physics
journals. It is also ranked #10 among
all SCI journals in China.
CiCP's 2009
SCI impact factor was 2.077 and was ranked
#8 among the 47 mathematical physics
journals.
CiCP's 2008
SCI impact factor was 2.33 and was ranked
#8 among the 46 mathematical physics journals.
Special issue
in honour of Professor David
Gottlieb is now online.
Review articles:
 Numerical
bifurcation methods and their application to fluid dynamics:
analysis beyond simulation by Henk A. Dijkstra et al.,
CiCP 15 (2014), pp. 145, is an openaccess article.
 Velocitybased
moving mesh methods for nonlinear partial differential equations
by M. J. Baines, M. E. Hubbard and P. K. Jimack,
CiCP 10 (2011), pp. 509576, is an openaccess article.
 Reduced
basis approximation and error bounds for potential flows in
parametrized geometries by Gianluigi Rozza,
CiCP 9 (2011), pp. 148, is an openaccess article.
 Recent
developments in numerical techniques for transportbased medical
imaging methods by K. Ren,
CiCP 8 (2010), pp. 150, is an openaccess article.
 Local
discontinuous Galerkin methods for highorder timedependent
partial differential equations by Y. Xu and C.W. Shu,
CiCP 7 (2010), pp. 146 is an openaccess article.
 Challenges
and technologies in reservoir modeling
by L. V. Branets, S. S. Ghai, S. L. Lyons and X.H. Wu,
CiCP 6 (2009),
pp. 123, is an openaccess article.
 Markerbased,
3D adaptive Cartesian grid method for multiphase flow around
irregular geometries by E. Uzgoren, J. Sim and W. Shyy,
CiCP 5 (2009),
pp. 141, is an openaccess article.
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Juan Cheng,
ChiWang Shu and Qinghong Zeng
A conservative Lagrangian scheme for solving compressible fluid flows with multiple internal energy equations
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 13071328.
JuanChen
Huang, Kun Xu and Pubing Yu
A unified gaskinetic scheme for continuum and rarefied flows II: multidimensional cases
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 662690.
Junseok Kim
Phasefield models for multicomponent fluid flows
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 613661.
Gene Hou,
Jin Wang and Anita Layton
Numerical methods for fluidstructure interaction  a review
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 337377.
Zhenning
Cai, Ruo Li and Yanli Wang
Numerical regularized moment method for high Mach number flow
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 11 (2012), pp. 14151438.
More...

Henk A.
Dijkstra et al.
Numerical
bifurcation methods and their application to fluid dynamics: analysis
beyond simulation
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 15 (2014), pp. 145.
Jinqing Yu,
Xiaolin Jin, Weimin Zhou, Bin Li and Yuqiu Gu
Highorder
interpolation algorithms for charge conservation in particleincell
simulations
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 13 (2013), pp. 11341150.
Junseok Kim
Phasefield models for multicomponent fluid flows
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 613661.
Gene Hou,
Jin Wang and Anita Layton
Numerical methods for fluidstructure interaction  a review
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 12 (2012), pp. 337377.
Xiaogang
Deng, Meiliang Mao, Guohua Tu, Hanxin Zhang and Yifeng Zhang
Highorder and high accurate CFD methods and their applications
for complex grid problems
Commun. Comput.
Phys., 11 (2012), pp. 10811102.
More...

Xiu DB
Fast numerical
methods for stochastic computations: A review.
Xiu DB
Efficient collocational approach for parametric
uncertainty analysis.
CiCP
2 (2007), pp. 293309. 108
times
Antoine X, Arnold A, Besse C, Ehrhardt M, Schadle A
A review
of transparent and artificial boundary conditions techniques
for linear and nonlinear Schrödinger equations.
E W, Engquist B, Li XT, Ren WQ, VandenEijnden E
Heterogeneous multiscale methods: A review.
Lu BZ, Zhou YC, Holst MJ, McCammon JA
Recent
progress in numerical methods for the PoissonBoltzmann equation
in biophysical applications.
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