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About the magazine

Scientific journal title

 “Journal of Physics and Technology Institute of V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University”.


V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University.


V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University.


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Topic Scope

Scientific topics; advertising in accordance with Russian law of advertising (according to the certificate of mass media registration with ROSKOMNADZOR).

The main topics of the journal:

  • Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology;
  • Automation of Research;
  • Biophysics and Medical Physics;
  • Computer Science, Computer Facilities and Management;
  • Optics and Spectroscopy. Laser Physics;
  • Radiophysics and Electronics;
  • Theoretical and Mathematical Physics;
  • Condensed Matter Physics;
  • Functional Materials and Nanotechnology;
  • Energy Science and Renewable Energy Sources;
  • Electrical Engineering.

Journal topics correspond to three journal headings:

  1. Physics and Mathematics (01.00.00 Physics and Mathematics Sciences);
  2. Technics, Computer Science and Management (05.00.00 Technical Sciences);
  3. Biophysics and Medical Physics (03.01.00 Physical and Chemical Biology).

The journal is published every three months (4 issues per year). The papers can be submitted in Russian, English and Ukrainian languages.

Brief History

The historical predecessor of the journal “Journal of Physics and Technology Institute of V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University” is the scientific journal “Scientific Notes of Taurida National V.I. Vernadsky University. Series: Physics and Mathematics Sciences” (ISSN: 1606-3716, Certificate of state registration КВ № 15717-4188Р issued September 28, 2009). The journal was published twice a year with a publication of articles in Russian, Ukrainian and English languages. The journal had a professional registration in the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine (Decree № 1-05/8 issued December, 2010).

The first scientific journal of Taurida University founded in 1918 was “Annales de l’Universite de Tauride”. Over the past century, the journal title has changed several times due to Taurida University reforms:

1920-1921 — “Annales de l’Universite de Tauride” with an attachment “Proceedings of the Mathematical Laboratory of the Tauric University”. The editorial board consisted of famous professors A. Derevitskij, V. Lunkevich, M. Frank;

1927-1961 (with an interval of 1942-1946) — “Izvestiya Krymskogo pedagogicheskogo institute imeni M.V. Frunze” [“Proceedings of M.V. Frunze Crimean Pedagogical Institute”] with multidisciplinary editions corresponding to branches of science (chemistry, linguistics, geography, biology et al.). Only 36 volumes were published. The responsible editors were at different times: R. Badal’yan, V. Borkovskij, А. Germanovich, S. Delyamure, А. Kiselev, Ya. Kozin, V. Kulikovskij, N. Lebedev, V. Migirin, I. Popov, А. Semin, E. Skvortsov, V. Skrydlov, I. Fursenko, M. Shalyt and other scientists of the university;

1996-1999 — “Uchenye zapiski Simferopol’skogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta” [“Scientific Notes of Simferopol State University”] with a publication of materials in various fields of knowledge in a specialized series — “Biology”, “Mathematics”, “Psychology”, “Physics”, “Chemistry”, “Geography” and so on;

1999-2014 — “Scientific Notes of Taurida National V.I. Vernadsky University”.

Since 2001, series “Physics” and “Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics and Cybernetics” were published as separate collections. In 2010, they were united in series “Physics and Mathematics Sciences” with two sections of “Physics” and “Mathematics”. Editor-in-Chief of the journal was the rector of Taurida National V.I. Vernadsky University, professor, doctor of geographical sciences, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine N.V. Bagrov. The editor of the series and the section “Physics” was professor, doctor of physics and mathematics sciences V.N. Berzhansky.