Editor-in-Chief : V.K. Rastogi
The journal was founded in 1992 – as an international peer reviewed journal of Physics with a mission to providing a forum to discuss the new findings of physics and applied physics, including spectroscopy. Since then research and development in physics has undergone enormous changes. Exploring new aspects of physics and technology have always been a quest for physicists over the years. Consequently, there have been immense developments in all fronts of principles, methodologies and applications. The advent of many new areas of enquiry, discovery of several new phenomena, arrival of different techniques and methodologies for analysis, increase in the range of applicability and topical scope have uniquely enriched the way of physics is understood today. The journal has devotedly attempted to reflect some of these advances as a commitment to fulfill its ever increasing scope.
Asian Journal of Physics aims to publish original contributions and innovations in designated domains of physics as reported from educational and research institutions, government and industrial R&D establishments world-wide. The journal covers any field of contemporary research, development and technology in physics and applied physics. Research articles may focus on the fundamentals or applications of physics with an emphasis on new or original findings relevant to timely and contemporary research considering both experimental and theoretical aspects of knowledge addition. The journal, in parallel with publishing regular papers, periodically invites topical articles and tutorial reviews and special issues on thrust areas of physics.
All submitted manuscripts are initially appraised by the Editor before considering for further processing towards independent peer reviewing by anonymous referees with expertise in the given subject areas.