Editor-in-Chief: A F. Andreev
ISSN: 1063-7761
(print version)
ISSN: 1090-6509
(electronic version)
Journal no. 11447
The Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics is published in English translation simultaneously
with its original Russian edition. This influential physics research journal emphasizes fundamental
theoretical and experimental research in all fields of physics, from solids and liquids to elementary particles and astrophysics.
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As the most influential Russian physics research journal, the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics publishes original papers on fundamental theoretical and experimental research in all fields of physics: from solids and liquids to elementary particles and astrophysics:
Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics publishes original papers on fundamental theoretical and experimental research in all fields of physics: from solids and liquids to elementary particles and astrophysics:• atoms, molecules, optics:
- general quantum mechanics
- quantum information and quantum computers
- collective properties of cold atoms and molecules (including BEC)
- structure and dynamics of atoms and molecules
- atomic and molecular collisions, radiation sources
- interaction of phonons, electrons, atoms and molecules with solids and surfaces
- interaction of atoms and molecules with elecromagnetic fields, quantum and classical optics, laser
physics, nonlinear physics
- classical electrodynamics
• nuclei, particles, fields, gravitation, and astrophysics:
- nuclear structure, collisions and nuclear reactions
- hadron physics and QCD
- electromagnetic and weak interactions
- cosmology, astroparticle physics, gravitation and astrophysics
- quantum field theory, string theory
• solids and liquids:
- scattering and absorption of particles and waves, excitation spectra
- structure, mechanical properties, defects, crystal growth
- heat properties of solids and liquids
- quantum liquids and crystals
- low-dimensional systems (structure etc.)
• order, disorder, and phase transition in condensed system:
- inhomogeneous, irregular and partially disordered systems
- magnetism, piezoelectricity and ferroelectricity
- superconductivity and superfluidity
- phase transitions
• electronic properties of solids:
- electronic properties of metals and insulators
- strongly correlated electron systems
- physics of semiconductors
- low-dimensional systems (electronic properties)
• statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics:
- statistical physics
- polymers, liquid crystals
- physics of biological systems
- chaos
- dynamics of liquis
- plasma physics, termonuclear fusion
- computational physics, complex systems
- physics of nonlinear systems
The Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics also publishes topical review articles commissioned by the Editorial Board. The translation journal appears simultaneously with the original Russian language edition.
Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics also publishes topical review articles commissioned by the Editorial Board. The translation journal appears simultaneously with the original Russian language edition.Original Russian Edition Copyright © 2010 by the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Kapitsa Institute for Physical Problems, RAS.
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