Founders: Academy of Sciences of Moldova and the Physical Society of Moldova, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.
Editor-in-chief: Veaceslav Ursaki, Dr.Sci., assoc. prof., Deputy director, Department of Exact and Engineering Sciences, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Ion Tiginyanu, academician, Dr.Sci., prof., President of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Anatolie Sidorenko, academician, Dr.Sci., prof., Сryogenics Laboratory, D.Ghitu Institute of Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies, Republic of Moldova
Mihai Macovei, Dr.Sci., assoc. prof., Director, Institute of Applied Physics, Republic of Moldova
Florentin Paladi, Dr.Sci., prof., Vice-rector for scientific activity, Moldova State University
The Moldavian Journal of the Physical Sciences was founded in 2002 under the initiative of academician Valeriu Kantser—an outstanding scientist in the field of physics and engineering of materials.
The Moldavian Journal of the Physical Sciences is a non-profit and non-commercial scientific journal, which publishes open access papers under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) License that permits use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium so long as the original work is properly cited. The main goal of the Moldavian Journal of the Physical Sciences is here.
ISSN 1810-648X (print)
ISSN 2537-6365 (online)
Publications may be in the form of Short Communications, Full Papers, and Review Papers.
Fields of research:
The partners of the Moldavian Journal of the Physical Sciences are:
Institute of Appliad Physics
State University of Moldova
Physical Society of Moldova
Manuscripts are submitted on the understanding that the subject matter has not been previously published and is not being submitted elsewhere. Manuscripts are evaluated by the Editorial Board (as a preliminary condition of acceptance) in terms of meeting the requirements of the journal and attempts of plagiarism.
The language of submission is English; manuscripts in other languages will not be considered. Publication of papers is free of charge.
Publication intervals – 2 issue per year.
The articles from the journal are archived and indexed by the The National Bibliometric Tool.
National Bibliometric Instrument is a scientific electronic library which stores, classifies, and measures public data regarding scientific publications of researchers from the Republic of Moldova. At the moment, these data refer specifically to scientific papers published in national scientific journals of categories A, B, B+ and C (especially those found in electronic format), evaluated, and accredited according to the requirements approved by the Supreme Council for Science and Technological Development (SCSTD) and the National Council for Accreditation and Attestation (NCAA), (At the moment - National Agency for Quality Assurance in Education and Research (NAQAER)).
The repository is being progressively updated with new papers and, over time, aims at becoming an important database of periodicals providing relevant data for evaluation of research results, personal merits of researchers, and decision support systems.
Online Fully Open Access Journal