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The Progress in Physics of Applied Materials is an open-access journal that published biannual and is an international medium for publishing experimental and theoretical papers on materials with wide varieties of applications which was founded in 2021 by Semnan University. The experimental scope of the journal includes the synthesis, growth, processing, and characterization of new materials for improving their electrical, optical, dielectric, and magnetic properties. Theoretical and analytical papers are also within the scope of the journal. The journal also publishes review articles, both short and specific or long and general, within the scope of the journal. The papers should contain extensive and novel experimental and theoretical works with rigorous analysis and sound interpretation.  Interdisciplinary articles are also welcome. 

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Scientific-research credit (Rank B) was granted on 14 November 2023 to this journal for the approved issue from Vol 1 No 1 (2021) by the Scientific journals Commission of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.

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The Progress in Physics of Applied Materials (PPAM) is committed to immediate and real open access for academic work. All the original articles, technical briefs, and review papers published in this journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication. No fee is charged to any reader for downloading articles and reviews for their own scholarly use.

 

 

CONDOLENCES
I came to know that Prof. Rasoul Malekfar, the head of Physics department of Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran and a member of the editorial board of Progress in Physics of Applied Materials passed away in Mecca during Hajj. 
I personally knew him from many years ago. He was not only an outstanding scholar but also a caring teacher. He was very pious. I was always influenced by his personality. On behalf of myself, members of the editorial board, and editor office of Progress in Physics of Applied Materials, I offer my condolences to his family, colleagues, and students, and Iranian scientific community for this unfortunate loss, and also wish him God's mercy and forgiveness.

Prof. H. Rezagholipour Dizaji,
 Editor - in - Chief,
Progress in Physics of Applied Materials

 

Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, July 2024 (In Progress) 

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