American Journal of Modern Physics

122 (1)ISSN Print: 2326-8867
ISSN Online: 2326-8891
American Journal of Modern Physics (AJMP) aims to promote rapid communication and dialogue among the researchers, scientists, engineers and policy makers working in the areas of modern physics in the world. It brings the broad fundamental physics literature in established topical areas together and places it within the context of current trends in research and applications. AJMP welcomes the following tier 1 article types: Book Review, Editorial, General Commentary, Hypothesis & Theory, Methods, Mini Review, Opinion, Original Research, Perspective, Review, Specialty Grand Challenge and Technology Report.
American Journal of Modern Physics is a peer-reviewed, international, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles dealing with all aspects of research on physics. Subject areas may include, but are not limited to the following fields:
General physics                                                         Applied biophysics
Dielectrics and ferroelectricity                              Device physics
Gravitation and astrophysics                                 Elementary particles and fields
Nuclear and hadronic physics                               Optical physics
Fluid and plasma physics                                       Statistical and nonlinear physics
Condensed matter physics                                     Biological physics
Quantum information                                            High-energy physics
Nanotechnology                                                      Characterization materials
Evaluation materials                                              Surfaces and interfaces thin films
Operating procedures                                            Materials treatment
Electronic structure and transport                     Interdisciplinary physics
Astrophysics                                                            Magnetism and superconductivity
Plasmas and electrical discharges                      Atomic physics
Chemical physics                                                    Molecular physics

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