Policy of the journal
The main publication goal is to provide information to potential and interested scientists about the results of scientific research and promising research work.
Journal objectives are
- to provide a forum for the exchange of views and results of both theoretical and experimental research in all areas of physics and methods of teaching physics in universities;
- to provide authors of publications with high-quality editorial and publishing services;
- to ensure wide dissemination of new ideas and research results at the international level;
- combining scientific achievements with practical experience.
Domestic and foreign researchers, teachers, young scientists interested in current problems of physics and physical education. The editorial board gives preference to articles that are valuable for the further development of theoretical knowledge in this area due to methodology and/or new techniques, or containing practical advice based on a synthesis of best practices and best practices.
The editorial board in its activities is guided by the recommendations and standards of the Committee on the Ethics of Scientific Publications, the Code of Ethics of the journal, and also takes into account the valuable experience of reputable international journals and publishers.
The journal publishes only original high-quality scientific works. If author(s) use excerpts from other articles in their works (in English or other languages), he must provide links to sources or obtain permission from the previous publisher or copyright holder. Articles containing plagiarism are not allowed for publication. If, after checking the article, the presence of plagiarism is found in it, the author, the relevant institute and the funding organization (if any) will be sent a notice of refusal to publish for the above reason.
The archival policy is aimed at storing and providing free access to the journal's archives. The archive consists of the texts of peer-reviewed articles, abstracts and references that are published in the journal.
The journal is in the public domain. This means that all content is available free of charge to users. This means the articles can be read, downloaded, copied, distributed, printed and referenced in their full texts.