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International Journal of Physics and
Mathematical Sciences
International Journal of Physics and
Mathematical Sciences
(JPMS) is an
open access, online international journal that
provides online publication of original
research work, review and views in all
areas of
basic and applied branches of Physics and
Mathematical Sciences. The Journal (JPMS) is being
published by Centre for Info Bio
Technology (CIBTech) (Regd. No. SH/311R/216AP/42/09)
with an objective to promote speedy
publication of research work fulfilling the
general criteria of significance and
scientific excellence. All
the articles published in JPMS are rigorously peerreviewed. The Journal
is published quarterly (four numbers
per year) by the end of March, June,
September and December.
Aim and
Scope of the Journal: The aim of the
Journal is to provide a platform for the
researchers and academicians throughout the
world to speedily publish, share and discuss various new findings
and developments in the areas of
Physics and Mathematical Sciences. Physics
Section The areas include,
but not limited to aspects such as
Astrophysics, Atomic and molecular physics,
Biophysics, Chemical physics, Civil
engineering, Cluster physics, Computational
physics, Condensed matter, Cosmology, Device
physics, Fluid dynamics, Geophysics, High
energy particle physics, Laser, Mechanical
engineering, Medical physics,
Nanotechnology, Nonlinear science,
Nuclear physics, Optics, Photonics, Plasma
and fluid physics, Quantum physics,
Robotics, Soft matter and polymers,
Statistical mechanics, Surface science,
Theoretical physics and Thermodynamics.
Mathematics Section The areas
include, but not limited to aspects such as
Actuarial science, Algebra, Algebraic
geometry, Analysis and advanced calculus,
Approximation theory, Boundry layer theory,
Calculus of variations, Combinatorics,
Complex analysis, Continuum mechanics,
Cryptography, Demography, Differential
equations, Differential geometry, Dynamical
systems, Econometrics, Fluid mechanics,
Functional analysis, Game theory, General
topology, Geometry, Graph theory, Group
theory, Industrial mathematics, Information
theory, Integral transforms and integral
equations, Lie algebras, Logic,
Magnetohydrodynamics, Mathematical analysis,
Mathematical biology, Mathematical
chemistry, Mathematical economics,
Mathematical physics, Mathematical
programming, Mathematical statistics,
Mathematical system theory, Mechanics,
Number theory, Numerical analysis, Numerical
analysis, Operational research, Optimal
control, Ordinary differential equations,
Partial differential equations, Potential
theory, Probability theory, Real analysis
and topology, Relativity and cosmology, Ring
theory, Solid mechanics, Statistics, Theory
of computation, Topology and Viscous fluid
dynamics.
Types of Papers
General article:
Covering current trends in research in
Physics and Mathematical Sciences but may be interesting to general
readers outside the field.
Addendum:
It includes article giving additional
information on earlier published research
paper of the author
Research article:
Covering research work of scientific
excellence.
Review article:
Focusing on current advancements in the
given field.
Short communication:
Containing important, interesting and novel
findings.
Research account:
Personalized review articles on the research
work carried at the author(s)’ laboratory,
based on the published work of the author(s).
Historical note:
On famous scientific personalities or
institutions or events of the past.
Opinion:
Views on scientific activity.
Book reviews:
On quality reference books published in
various aspects of Physics and Mathematical
Sciences.
