Presents cutting-edge research on many topics in physics, from researchers based in Brazil and around the world
Based in São Paulo, Brazil, offering coverage with worldwide source and scope
Founded in 1971, this journal covers the broad world of physics research
Official publication of the Sociedade Brasileira de Física (SBF)
Founded in 1971, this journal presents current research from around the world.
The scope of coverage is broad and highly varied, including topics such as Rotational Effects in the Lower Convective Region of the Sun; Structural Studies of Liquid Alkaline-earth Metals; Genetic transcriptional regulatory model driven by the time-correlated noises; Paramagnetic shimming for high-field MRI and more.
Besides four regular issues per year, the journal presents special reviews focused on hot topics which are particularly well studied in Brazil.
This is an official publication of the Sociedade Brasileira de Física (SBF).
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The Brazilian Journal of Physics is a peer-reviewed international journal published by the Brazilian Physical Society (SBF). The journal publishes new and original research results from all areas of physics, obtained in Brazil and from anywhere else in the world. Contents include theoretical, practical and experimental papers as well as high-quality review papers. Submissions should follow the generally accepted structure for journal articles with basic elements: title, abstract, introduction, results, conclusions, and references.
Authors submitting to the Brazilian Journal of Physics will benefit from the global network of reviewers established by the Brazilian Physical Society. Indeed, the journal is building on a legacy of four decades of publishing since its foundation in 1971 as the Revista Brasileira de Física. In addition to Springer’s global dissemination via SpringerLink, the journal is currently distributed to more than 6,000 members of the Brazilian Physical Society.