Waves in Random and Complex Media (formerly Waves in Random Media ) is a broad, interdisciplinary journal that reports theoretical, applied and experimental research related to any wave phenomena. The field of wave phenomena is all-pervading, fast-moving and exciting; more and more, researchers are looking for a journal which addresses the understanding of wave-matter interactions in increasingly complex natural and engineered media. With its foundations in the scattering and propagation community, Waves in Random and Complex Media is becoming a key forum for research in both established fields such as imaging through turbulence, as well as emerging fields such as metamaterials.
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