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Physics of Wave Phenomena

Physics of Wave Phenomena

Editor-in-Chief: Fyodor V. Bunkin

ISSN: 1541-308X (print version)
ISSN: 1934-807X (electronic version)

Journal no. 11975

  • Elucidates recent theoretical and experimental achievements in modern physics of oscillations and waves
  • Covers a variety of applications in fundamental areas of phenomenology and technology
  • Provides a broad interdisciplinary forum for active researchers in these related fields

The academic journal Physics of Wave Phenomena presents reviews, research papers, letters, and brief communications elucidating recent theoretical and experimental achievements in modern physics of oscillations and waves. Coverage includes a variety of applications in fundamental areas of phenomenology and technology. The journal provides a broad interdisciplinary forum for active researchers in these related fields, and is of particular interest to students, scientists, and working engineers.

Physics of Wave Phenomena was published first in 1993 as an international topical supplement to the well-known Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Physics. Since 2003 the journal is published under the current title, which best reflects its scope.

Related subjects » Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics - Classical Continuum Physics

Impact Factor: 0.301 (2013) * 

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    Physics of Wave Phenomena publishes original contributions in general and nonlinear wave theory, original experimental results in optics, acoustics and radiophysics. The fields of physics represented in this journal include nonlinear optics, acoustics, and radiophysics; nonlinear effects of any nature including nonlinear dynamics and chaos; phase transitions including light- and sound-induced; laser physics; optical and other spectroscopies; new instruments, methods, and measurements of wave and oscillatory processes; remote sensing of waves in natural media; wave interactions in biophysics, econophysics and other cross-disciplinary areas.

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