|About the Journal
Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics is a peer-reviewed international journal of physics covering all aspects (theoretical, computational, experimental, and applied) of physics. The journal covers broad spectrum of physics having thrust on interdisciplinary areas where physics plays fundamental role. The readership of the journal includes researchers from different branches of physics, engineering and industrial research and development. The journal is to play a fundamental role in creating interaction among academic and research experts, policy makers and executives involved in academic/industrial research and development area.
Aim and Scope
Aim of the journal is to provide readers and research world unhindered and continuous access to up-to-date research work in the field of physics. Salient features of the journal include rigorous peer-reviewing and fast publication of accepted papers, so that it may reach timely to readers and researchers. The area covered by the journal includes but not limited to Acoustics, Algorithms, Applied Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Atomic Physics, Biophysics, Chaos, Chemical Physics, Computational Physics, Computer and Information Science, Cosmology, Condensed Matter Physics, Cryophysics/Cryogenics/Low Temperature Physics, Crystallography, Data Analysis and Computation in Experimental Physics, Electromagnetism, Electronics, Environmental Physics, Fluid Dynamics/Fluid Mechanics, Fundamental Area of Phenomenology, Gravitation, High Energy Physics, High Pressure Physics, High-Tc Superconductivity, Laser Physics, Mathematical Physics, Mechanics, Meteorology/Weather Physics, Molecular Physics, Nanotechnology, Nuclear Physics, Optics/Light Physics, Particle Physics, Plasma Physics, Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics/Quantum Physics, Quantum Optics, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Gravity, Radiation, Relativity, Statistical Mechanics, String Theory/Superstring Theory, Thermodynamics. State-of-the-art survey articles of current significance are also welcome.
Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics is a bimonthly journal published in three volumes each having two issues appearing in February, April, June, August, October and December in printed as well as online versions.
Papers prepared in .pdf or .doc files may be submitted through e-mail directly to the Editorial Head Office on firstname.lastname@example.org with a letter of submission. Articles received are immediately brought to the referees/members of the Editorial Board for their opinion. In case of clear recommendation for publication, the paper is accommodated in a forthcoming issue. The paper should contain authors’ name, affiliation/address, e-mails, an abstract showing clearly the purpose of the work and 3-4 keywords. References should be given at the end of the paper.
Papers in duplicate may also be submitted through postal mail. Two hard copies of a paper along with a letter of submission may be sent at the following address:
Fundamental Research and Development International
141/2B/1, Omgayatri Nagar
211 004 Allahabad, INDIA
Authors are requested to make sure that submitted article is neither published nor simultaneously submitted or accepted elsewhere for publication. Copyright of the published articles will remain with the FRDI.
One set of galley proofs of a paper will be sent to the author submitting the paper for corrections after the paper is accepted for publication. Authors are requested to check the proofs very carefully before returning it to the Editorial Head Office. Corrected proofs may be returned electronically via e-mail.
Authors of accepted papers are requested to arrange processing charges for their papers @ USD 40 per print page for authors from USA and Canada and @ EURO 30 per print page for authors from the rest of the world from their research grants/institutions. However, for authors in India this charge is INR 800 per print page.
A set of twenty five reprints of a paper is provided to the authors ex-gratis. Additional sets of reprints may also be ordered during proof correction.