Aims and Scope
Universal Journal of Physics Research is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers in all areas of physics, as well, it publishes reviews, short notes and reports, communications, perspectives, comments.
- Communications: these are urgent reports of highly original and significant work likely to have a high impact on the community and of such importance that rapid publication is justified.
- Reviews: concise and critical reviews of important or emerging topics in physics. Reviews should be easy to read and cover current areas of interest, rather than comprehensive reviews of the literature, and may include a limited amount of unpublished research.
- Perspectives: these are high profile articles that present an authoritative state-of-the-art account of the selected research field. UJPR perspectives take a wide variety of forms including personal accounts of research and critical analyses of topics of current interest.
- Comments: comments and replies are a medium for the discussion and exchange of scientific opinions between authors and readers concerning material published in UJPR. For publication, a Comment should present an alternative analysis of and/or new insight into the previously published material. Any Reply should further the discussion presented in the original article and the Comment. Comments and Replies that contain any form of personal attack are not suitable for publication. Comments that are acceptable for publication will be forwarded to the authors of the work being discussed, and these authors will be given the opportunity to submit a Reply. The Comment and Reply will both be subject to rigorous peer review in consultation with the journal’s Editorial Board where appropriate. The Comment and Reply will be published together.
- Accelerator Physics
- Atomic Physics
- Chemical Physics
- Classical Physics
- Computational Physics
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Difference Between Classical and Modern Physics
- High-energy Physics (Particle Physics)
- Mathematical Physics
- Modern Physics
- Molecular Physics
- Nuclear Physics
- Optical Physics
- Physics Education
- Polymer Physics