About the Journal

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Ukrainian Journal of Physics is the general physics edition of the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The journal is issued monthly in Ukrainian and in English. The journal was founded in 1956 (Ukrainian and Russian editions), and the English edition has been published since 2004 (prior to 1962, the journal periodicity was six issues per year). Up to 1994 the journal was published by the Publishing House Naukova Dumka. Beginning from 1994, the journal has been published by the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

UJP is an open access journal; it has been available online since 2002. UJP has been recognized by the European Physical Society since 2007. The journal publishes original papers and reviews in the fields of experimental and theoretical physics including studies on elementary particles, nuclear, atomic and molecular physics, optics and quantum electronics, gases, plasmas, condensed matter physics, statistical and quantum physics, nanophysics. All papers pass through peer review and editorial control. The accepted papers are classified into topical sections. The journal is oriented to a wide circle of researchers, university lecturers, professors and students.

The Editorial Board consists of recognized experts in different fields of physics, and it is headed by Acad. A.G. Zagorodny, the full member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU) and the director of the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics NASU. The previous Editors-in-Chief were Acad. V.E. Lashkarev (from 1956 to 1972), Acad. A.A. Smirnov (from 1972 to 1988), Acad. A.G. Sitenko (from 1988 to 2002), and Acad. M.S. Brodyn (from 2002 to 2010). The International Advisory Editorial Board comprises world-recognized physicists from different countries.

UJP Sections

  1. Fields and elementary particles
    1. Fields
    2. Elementary particles
  2. Nuclei and nuclear reactions
    1. Structure of nuclei
    2. Nuclear reactions
  3. Atoms and molecules
    1. Structure and properties
    2. Spectroscopy
    3. Atomic collisions. Ionization
  4. Optics, lasers, and quantum electronics
  5. Plasmas and gases
    1. Plasmas
    2. Gases and combustion
  6. Soft matter
    1. Liquids and liquid systems
    2. Quantum liquids
    3. Liquid crystals
    4. Polymers, biostructures, and their solutions
    5. Amorphous materials
  7. Solid matter
    1. Metals
    2. Semiconductors
    3. Dielectrics
    4. Magnetics
    5. Surface and contact phenomena
    6. Superconduction
  8. Nanosystems
  9. General problems of theoretical physics
    1. Thermodynamics, statistical physics, and kinetics
    2. Quantum mechanics
  10. Nonlinear processes
  11. Astrophysics and cosmology
  12. Physics experiment techniques
  13. Chronicle, bibliographic data, and personalia

 

UJP is recognized by the European Physical Society
http://www.eps.org/?page=publi_rec_journals
UJP is included in the DOAJ journal database
http://doaj.org/toc/9797f827006f4a1a972576dc76c16438
UJP is included in the Intute database
http://www.intute.ac.uk

 

UJP works in cooperation with

Ukrainian Physical Society (http://www.ups.kiev.ua),

major institutions of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine including

 

as well as major Ukrainian Universities including

 

and Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (http://www.nbuv.gov.ua).