Izvestiya of Saratov University.
ISSN 1817-3020 (Print)
ISSN 2542-193X (Online)

About Journal

The journal "Izvestiya of Saratov University. Physics" - scientific periodical. The Title exists since 2005.

Since 2015, the magazine is published 4 times a year.

ISSN 2542-193X (online)

ISSN1817-3020 (print)

The founder and publisher of the journal is Saratov State University.

The journal is registered in the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor).

Registration PI № FS77-76653 of 26 August, 2019.

The electronic version of the journal is open access.

Subscription index of the journal: 36015

In the Joint catalog "Press of Russia", section 30 "Scientific and technical publications. Izvestya RAN (Russian Academy of Science). Izvestiya Vuzov".

A subscription can be made online in the online catalog "Press subscription (www.akc.ru)

All journal articles are published under a licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

History of the journal

The journal "Izvestiya of Saratov University. New series" (ISSN 1814-733Х) was published since 2001. Its predecessors were the journals "Izvestiya of Saratov University" (1910-1918) and "Scientific notes of Saratov State University" (1923-1962). In 2005  the journal "Izvestiya of Saratov University. New series"  launched  a separate series "Izvestia of Saratov University.  New series. SeriesPhysics", in 2021 the title changed for "Izvestia of Saratov University. Physics" (ISSN 1817-3020 print, ISSN 2542-193X online).

The journal is intended for readers involved in the field of physics and engineering education, physical science research workers, University professors, undergraduate and graduate students and organizers of production.

The purpose and objectives of the journal

The purpose of the journal is to reflect modern ideas about the physical picture of the world, contributing to the development of educational and research activities in the field of physics and its applications.

The objectives of the journal are:

  • publication of original scientific papers in various areas of physical science and its applications (including nanotechnology and other critical technologies) in accordance with the content of passports of specialties of scientists in theoretical physics, radiophysics, physical electronics, solid state electronics, optics, laser physics, biophysics;
  • publication of scientific and methodological materials that contribute to the improvement of the educational process in the physical and engineering-physical areas of training;
  • publication of scientific reviews on priority areas of science and high technologies;
  • publication of historical information about Saratov University, its mission in the field of physical education and physical science.

Articles should be prepared according to the rules of the journal.

The languages of publications are Russian and English.

Publications are free of charge.

The journal is registered in the Russian science citation index (current contract with the NEB No. 342-06/2013 of 25 June 2013). It provides information on the published scientific articles within three months.

The articles are available on the websites of SSU, RSC (eLIBRARY.ru) and in NEP "Kiberleninka" (www.cyberleninka.ru).

The Journal has entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Publishing, the world's leading aggregator of full text journals, magazines and eBooks. The full text of JOURNAL can be found in the EBSCOhost™ databases.

The journal is included in the List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications, which should publish the main scientific results of dissertations for the degrees of Doctor of Sciences and Candidate of Sciences.

Compliance of the journal rubrics with the Nomenclature of scientific specialties for which scientific degrees are awarded:

01.04.00-Physics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.02-Theoretical physics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.03-Radiophysics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.04-Physical electronics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.05-Optics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.10-Physics of semiconductors (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.15-Physics and technology of nanostructures, atomic and molecular physics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.16-Physics of atomic nucleus and elementary particles (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);
01.04.21-Laser physics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);

Since 03.07.2019:

03.01.02 – Biophysics (Physical and Mathematical Sciences);

05.27.01 – Solid-state electronics, radioelectronic components, micro- and nanoelectronics, devices on quantum effects (Physical and Mathematical Sciences) 

The journal is peer-reviewed; the content of the review, review processes, decision-making and notification of the authors about the publication are determined by the relevant rules of reviewing, including:

a) choice as reviewers of the leading experts in the subject of the reviewed materials (doctors of Sciences) having publications on the subject of the reviewed article within the last 3 years;

b) keeping the review in the editorial office and the publishing house for 5 years at least.

As a result of reviewing, the Editorial Board sends copies of the review or a reasoned refusal to publish to the authors.

Digital archiving policy.
In order to ensure the preservation, usability and accessibility of the journal content (journal and article metadata, the full texts of the articles) for long term availability the following systems are used:
- The journal content on our server is online and accessible to the
readers. https://fizika.sgu.ru/en/journal/issues)
- The copy of the same content is kept at the electronic library systems eLIBRARY.ru (https://elibrary.ru/) and Cyberleninka https://cyberleninka.ru/, where an advanced search can be carried out by journal articles (by keywords, author, title, section).
- At The Keeper's Registry: https://thekeepers.org/
Self-archiving. Authors may archive the final published version of their articles in personal or institutional repositories immediately after publication.