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Josephson LED rocks!

Friday evening, after more than a year of rather strange reviewing process, a paper of Patrik Recher, me and Leo Kouwenhoven has been finally accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters. The paper describes the basics of Josephson light generation, you can find it at .

We have always been confident that our manuscript satisfies publication criteria of Physical Review Letters and perhaps even exceeds them. Well, I believe that most submitting authors have the same opinion about their manuscript, yet a big part of manuscripts gets rejected. We have been persisting in defending our opinion, and the full text of responses on referee comments and recomendation of the divisional associated editor has exceedeed the text of manuscriprt by a factor of two.



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The paper has appeared on April 14,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 156802 (2010)

Yeah. It’s good to be yourself. Same with you, I will try to do something. So I support your decision!

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