The Azerbaijan Journal of Physics "Fizika" (AJP Fizika) journal is devoted to the thorough peer review and the rapid publication of new and important results in all fields of solid state and materials physics, from basic science to applications and devices. Among the largest and most established international publications, the AJP Fizika publish review articles, letters and original works as well as special issues and conference contributions. Since 1995, AJP Fizika has provided an authoritative venue for high-quality work in established and emerging topics in condensed matter, nuclear and other researches, making it an essential resource for the field. Nowadays, journal AJP Fizika contain from two parts, which are published as section Az and section En.
AJP Fizika Scope covers the full range of condensed matter, materials physics, and related subfields, including:
Structure and phase transitions
Ferroelectrics and multiferroics
Disordered systems and alloys
Electronic structure, photonics, and metamaterials
Semiconductors and mesoscopic systems
Surfaces, nanoscience, and two-dimensional materials
Topological states of matter
Experimental and theoretical results in all aspects of nuclear physics, including:
Nucleon-nucleon interaction, few-body systems
Relativistic nuclear collisions
Hadronic physics and QCD
Electroweak interaction, symmetries
Covers the full range of applied, fundamental, and interdisciplinary physics research topics:
Atomic, molecular, and optical physics
Soft matter physics
Plasma physics and fusion
High-energy physics, particles and fields
Applications of physics
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physicists, materials scientists, crystallographers, chemists, and device engineers dealing with solid-state physics or materials science in basic or applied research and teaching.
solid-state physics, device physics, applied physics, junctions, thin films, quantum dots, nanotubes, nanostructures, defects, morphology, structure, band structure, doping, charge transport, lattice, dynamic, electronic, thermodynamic, electromechanic, optical, dielectric, ferroelectric, and magnetic properties, epitaxy, growth, patterning, imaging, diffraction and spectroscopy, semiconductors, oxides, kesterites, graphene, diamond, superconductors, topological insulators, multiferroics, phase change materials, perovskites, transparent conducting oxides, high-k dielectrics, organic electronics, photovoltaics, optoelectronics, flexible electronics, magnetoresistance, spintronics, memories, resistive switching, sensors, nanotechnology.
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