Current Trends in Physics is an open access, peer-reviewed journal focussing on current advancements in the field of physics. It brings the broad fundamental physics literature in established topical areas together and places it within the context of current trends in research and applications
The objective of the Journal is to develop greater understanding of physics research and its applications to promote new industries; to innovate knowledge about recent breakthroughs in physics, both the fundamental and technological aspects; to implement of international cooperation in new trends in physics research and to improve the performance of the physics research facilities over all the world.
Current trends in physics provides a unique platform for scientists to encourage research publication to research scholars, academicians, professionals and students engaged in their respective field.
Aim and Scope
The aim of the journal is to maintain and develop science and related research, which covers the broad fields like Astrophysics, Atomic, Molecular, Optical physics, Biophysics, Chemical Physics, Condensed matter physics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Quantum Physics, Thermodynamics Physical cosmology, Neutron Astronomy, New Astronomical Techniques and Methods, Planets, Comets, Asteroids and Dust, Pulsar Magnetospheres, Solar and Stellar Physics, Space Observation and Exploration.
All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats
All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) - Crossref.
Applied biophysics, Dielectrics and ferroelectricity
Device physics, Gravitation and astrophysics
Elementary particles and fields, Nuclear and hadronic physics
Optical physics, Fluid and plasma physics
Statistical and nonlinear physics
Condensed matter physics
Biological physics, Quantum information
High-energy physics, Nanotechnology
Surfaces and interfaces thin films
Electronic structure and transport
Magnetism and superconductivity
Plasmas and electrical discharges
Atomic physics, Chemical physics
Molecular physics, Solar & Planetary